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dc.creatorБелогорская, Е. В.-
dc.creatorКондратьева, Т. М.-
dc.date.accessioned2018-01-31T13:28:42Z-
dc.date.available2018-01-31T13:28:42Z-
dc.date.issued1965-
dc.identifier.urihttp://dspace.marine-research.org/handle/299011/132-
dc.descriptionThe investigation was carried out to find out how spatial distribution of phytoplankton depends on season of a year and the abundance – on some variable abiotic factors, and to learn about ecological features inherent to some mass species. Material for the study were samples of phytoplankton collected during a series of surveys conducted over the northwestern Black Sea during 1951 – 1956. Unlike other regions of the Black Sea, its northwestern part is characterized by a highly variable hydrological regime due to which taxonomic composition and abundance of phytoplankton drastically differ in different seasons and years. Wind-induced upwellings, cyclonic and anticyclonic eddies typical of this area generate large-scale transfer of water masses over the Black Sea. During the period of our observations, in deep-water locations of the sea phytoplankton abundance largely depended on the currents; the major factor influencing distribution of phytoplankton within water column was vertical circulation of water masses.en
dc.language.isoruen_US
dc.titleРаспределение фитопланктона в Черном мореru
dc.title.alternativeDistribution of phytoplankton in the Black Seaen
dc.typeArticleen_US
local.pages36-68en_US
local.creator.alternativeBelogorskaya, E. V.en
local.creator.alternativeKondratiyeva, T. M.en
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