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  • About the Conference

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    Commission on the Protection of the Black Sea Against Pollution

    The First Biannual Scientific Conference Black Sea Ecosystem 2005 and Beyond 8 – 10 May, 2006

    Proceedings Istanbul Turkey

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    CONTENTS About the Conference .................................................................... 5 Welcoming Speech of the Minister of Environment and Forestry, Turkey ........................................................................... 7 Opening Speech of the Chairman of the Commission on the Protection of the Black Sea Against Pollution ............................... 9 About the Awarded Persons and Their Articles ............................ 13 Scientific Priorities As Perceived by the Black Sea Scientific Community ................................................................................. 15 Photo gallery .............................................................................. 23 Contents ..................................................................................... 25

    Volume I......................................................................................33 Session 1 Oceanography ....................................................... 34 Horizontal and Vertical Exchange in the Black Sea: New Results ....................................................................................... 35

    Andrei Zatsepin et al ............................................................................................35 Impact of Kamchia River Discharge on the Coastal Zone Water Quality ............................................................................. 52 State of the Carbonate System of Waters and Abundance of Organic Carbon in the Sediments of Sevastopol Bay (Black Sea) ............................................................................................ 56

    Olga Ignatyeva et al. ............................................................................................56 Impact of the Large-Scale Atmospheric Forcing on Long- Term Variability of Surface Temperature in the Black Sea.......... 70

    Alexander Kazmin & Andrei Zatsepin ..................................................................70 Dynamics of Total Suspended Matter on the Southern Coast of the Black Sea ......................................................................... 81

    Abdulaziz Guneroglu et al. ...................................................................................81 Nutrients in the Western Black Sea Area. Spatial and Vertical Distribution ................................................................... 93

    Anton Krastev et al. ..............................................................................................93 Dissolved and Particulate Forms of Manganese and Iron in the Redox Zone of the Black Sea ............................................... 106

    Svetlana Pakhomova, Alexander Rozanov .........................................................106 Decadal - Scale Variability of Black Sea Winter Pycnocline and Circulation Tendencies....................................................... 122

    Аlexander Polonskii, E.A. Lovenkova .................................................................122 The Suboxic Zone on the North-Western Continental Slope in Comparison With Other Regions of the Black Sea.................. 129

    Alexander Romanov et al....................................................................................129 On the Fine Structure of the Redox Zone in the Black Sea......... 140

    Pavel Stunzhas et al. ..........................................................................................140 Interdecadal Variability of Temperature and Salinity in the Black Sea ................................................................................. 153

    Irina Shokurova & Vladimir Belokopytov ...........................................................153

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    Suspended Matter and Its Organic Components in the Western Black Sea.................................................................... 162

    Galina Shtereva et al. .........................................................................................162 Biophysical Methods in the Biological Oceanography of the Black Sea: State and Perspectives............................................. 172

    Yuriy Tokarev .....................................................................................................172 Climate/Weather Extremes in the Black Sea Region .................. 189

    Elena Voskresenskaya et al. ..............................................................................189 E. Voskresenskaya, N. Mickailova .....................................................................189

    Observational Studies of Nutrient Loads on the Black Sea With Atmospheric Precipitations............................................... 199

    Alla Chaykina et al.............................................................................................199 Assessment of Large Scale Eutrophication Driven Oxygen Depletion Risk in the Black Sea ................................................ 210

    Wolfram Schrimpf et al. ......................................................................................210 Inter-Annual Variability of the Cold Intermediate Layer (CIL) and the Upper Boundary of Hydrogen Sulphide Zone (HSZ) in the North-Eastern Part of the Black Sea from 1990 to 2005......................................................................................... 226

    V.G. Yakubenko et al. .........................................................................................226 Session 2, 3: Pollution, Contamination of Biota and Geology............................................................................... 243 Levels of Some Toxic Metals in Marine Algae From the Turkish Coast of the Black Sea, Turkey .................................... 244

    Gulsen Altug .......................................................................................................244 Estimated Levels of Marine Litter Pollution in the Ukrainian Black Sea and Coastal Environment ......................................... 250

    Alexei Birkun, Jr. & Sergey Krivokhizhin ..........................................................250 Hazardous Substances Input Into the Black Sea - Sulina Area- From Danube Waters in 2005........................................... 258

    Coatu Valentina et al. .........................................................................................258 Metal and Heavy Metal Levels in Mussels (Mytilus Galloprovinciali ) Obtained From Eastern Black Sea, Turkey..... 268

    Nevzat Damla et al. ............................................................................................268 N. Damla et al.....................................................................................................268

    Grain Size Distribution and Heavy Metal Accumulation of the South Eastern Black Sea Coastal Sediments ....................... 274

    Coskun Eruz .......................................................................................................274 Anadara Inaequvalvis Hemolymph Parametrs As Biomarkers of Benthic Communities Acute Pollution in the Example of Black Sea North Caucasian Coast ........................... 281

    G.A. Kolyuchkina et al......................................................................................................281 Hydrogen Sulfide, Phosphate and Silicic Acid in Bottom Waters near Black Sea Mud Volcanoes ...................................... 291

    Sergey Kondratyev .............................................................................................291 Satellite Mapping of Oil Spills in the Black Sea ........................ 303

    D. Tarchi et al. ....................................................................................................303

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    Modern Level of Anthropogenous Pollution of the Northeasten Part of the Black Sea ............................................ 316

    I. G. Korpakova & A. A. Klenkin .........................................................................316 Methodology for A New Integrated Estimation of Impurity of Bottom Sediments..................................................................... 325

    I.G. Korpakova et al............................................................................................325 Session 4: Radioactivity...................................................... 332 XX Years of Radioecological Response Studies of the Black Sea To the Chernobyl NPP Accident: A Grand Total ................... 333

    V.N. Egorov .........................................................................................................333 Distribution of Natural Radioelement 210po in Bottom Sediments of the Black Sea....................................................... 355

    G. E. Lazorenko et al. .........................................................................................355 Content of Naturally Occuring Radionuclide 210po in the Black Sea Mollusks................................................................... 364

    G.E. Lazorenko et al. ..........................................................................................364 Monitoring of Artificial Radionuclides in the Marine Environment of t