IMPACTUL ANTROPIC ASUPRA GEOSISTEMELOR DIN ZONA DE LITORAL A MĂRII NEGRE

Lazăr CHIRICĂ

Abstract


Marea Neagră reprezintă un bazin unical, cu o istorie geologică complicată, un regim hidrobiologic care s-a modificat mult în timp și cu variații de nivel importante pe tot parcursul evoluției sale. Este cel mai important bazin de dezvoltare a bacteriilor chemolithoantotrofe care influențează dezvoltarea, fără precedent, a hidrogenului sulfurat (H2S) și sunt prezente procesele anocrobe, care imprimă bazinului un caracter meromictic.

 

THE ANTHROPIC IMPACT TOWARDS GEOSYSTEMS LOCATED IN THE BLACK SEA LITORAL AREA

The Black Sea is a unique basin with a complicated geological history, a hidrobiological regime that has changed much in time and has significant level variation throughout it’s  evolution. It’s the most important basin for developing chemolitoatotrophic bacteria which influence the development of hydrogen sulphide (H2S) unprecedentely and the  anaeropic processes are present fact, which express the meromic character of the basin.

Keywords


Black Sea, sulfuric acid, anaerobic, salinity, coastal area, thermal regime, pollution, eutrophication

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