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Long-term trends of oxygen saturation in the northern Adriatic Sea =
|Other titles||Dugoročini trendovi zasićenja kisikom sjevernog Jadrana.|
|Statement||Dubravko Justić and Laura Rottini-Sandrini.|
|Series||Prirodoslovna istraživanja,, 56., Acta biologica ;, vol. 13, br. 1, Prirodoslovna istraživanja ;, knj. 56., Prirodoslovna istraživanja. Acta biologica ;, v. 13, br. 1.|
|LC Classifications||QH178.Y8 P7 knj. 56, br. 1, QH150 P7 knj. 56, br. 1|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||12 p. :|
|Number of Pages||12|
|LC Control Number||90135029|
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Long-term Eutrophication of the Northern Adriatic Sea X/87 S3.o0+ Pergamon Journals Ltd. JUSTI(2 Department of Zoology, University of Zagreb, Rooseveltov trg 6, Zagreb, Yugoslavia prcscnt address: Florida State University, West Park Avenue, Tallahassee, FLUSA In the Northern Adriatic Sea, the occurrence of Cited by: The study area is located in the northernmost shallow part of the Adriatic Sea (NAd), north to the Rimini-Pula section (depth Cited by: A similar trend was observed for the DO in the open northern Adriatic waters (Djakovac et al., ).
The increasing trend of DO in bottom waters and fewer recent hypoxic/low DO events (Fig. This paper examines long-term series of in situ sea surface temperature (SST) data measured at nine coastal and one open sea stations along the eastern Adriatic Sea for the period – – to assess long-term variability in temperature, salinity and dissolved oxygen of the deep waters of the central and southern Adriatic Sea.
The paper is organized as follows: Sect. 2 presents the physiography of the Adriatic Sea, the description of the data sets used and the methodology adopted forCited by: Because of its centrallocation in the Old World, the Adriatic Sea has long been explored and studied.
Modern methods of investigation, however, have accelerated the pace of study during the last decade. These are the ADCP currentmeter, satellite imagery, drifter technology, and, last but not least, the computer with its arsenal Long-term trends of oxygen saturation in the northern Adriatic Sea = book tools for data analysis and model simulations.
The results of the updated and quality-checked data base of Long-term trends of oxygen saturation in the northern Adriatic Sea = book observations on chlorophyll a (Chl a) collected in the period – in the Northern Adriatic Sea are presented. From the last decade, SeaWiFS satellite information was also considered.
Results demonstrate a global tendency towards Chl a reduction in the period of investigation, which is more marked in the eutrophic Cited by: This paper illustrates the main results of a statistical analysis performed on a data set obtained by integrating experimental Long-term trends of oxygen saturation in the northern Adriatic Sea = book collected during many oceanographic research projects on th Cited by: human pressure that should be carefully assessed.
This study is focused on a long-term assessment of the population dynamic of bottlenose Long-term trends of oxygen saturation in the northern Adriatic Sea = book in the northern Adriatic sea. Starting from the s culling campaigns burden on these mammals (Crnkovic, ).
They were seen as vermins who damage fishermen during their operations. Long-term changes in oxygen supersaturation in the Baltic Sea are the object of the study. Linear regression and non-parametric methods are those chosen.
The linear regression gave significantly increasing trends of oxygen saturation in Arkona, Eastern Gotland basin and in the Bothnian Sea, but the tested assumptions turned out to be by: 3. Atmospheric contribution to eutrophication of the Adriatic Sea V. Djuricic, C. Kosanovic & J. Skevin-Sovic Air Quality Department, Meteorological and Hydrological Service of Croatia, Croatia Abstract Eutrophication is an important problem, especially in semi-enclosed sea like the Adriatic Sea, a part of the Mediterranean Sea.
Keywords: Oxygen, Currents, North Adriatic Sea 1 1 1 1 Introduction Marked hypoxia in the bottom layer frequently develops progressively from August to November in the northern Adriatic. The region is under the impact of the Po River, one of the largest in the Mediterranean (Fig.
1) which nutrient richer waters can spread over the entire. both cases no signiﬁcant trends are detected in either the av-erage chlorophyll-a values or in dispersion of the data, in contrast with signiﬁcant trends in temperature and salinity.
1 Introduction The Northern Adriatic Sea (Fig. 1) is a shallow shelf basin with an average depth of 35m and a prevalent cyclonic cir. the hypoxic.
These outbreaks represent long-term phenomena in the northern Adriatic ecosystem rather than novel states characteristic of the 20 th century eutrophication. They positively correlate with centennial-scale fluctuations in sea-surface temperature, indicating that the hypoxia.
Materials and Methods. The Conero Promontory (North Adriatic Sea) was struck by a wide-spread disease in October The sampling site was the richest spot of the area in terms of biodiversity and with homogeneous characteristics such as depth range, light exposition, inclination and water movement (the northward side of the ‘Scoglio del Trave’, 43°34’” N, 13°34’” E).Cited by: long-term trends in the sea level and crustal movements.
The main goals of our study were a) to investigate the in-termonthly variability of the sea level at the Adriatic coast on the basis of incomplete tide gauge data, b) to extract the patterns of coherent regional sea level variability, and. A comprehensive historical hydrographic dataset for the overall Adriatic Sea basin is analyzed in order to define the open ocean seasonal climatology of the basin.
The authors also define the regional climatological seasons computing the average monthly values of heat fluxes and heat storage from a variety of atmospheric datasets.
The long term mean surface heat balance corresponds to a heat. Ionian Sea, mainly of the LIW, is a major supplier of the open Adriatic nutrients, and is found to inﬂuence the Adriatic long-term productivity (Marasovi´c et al.,; Grbec et al., ).
An increase in bacterial abundances as well as in bacterial production (Soliˇ ´c et al., ) has been found to co-incide with the inﬂow of.
Bender et al.  is that multi-year trends in observed O2/N2 are insensitive to interannual variability in the global, annual mean air-sea oxygen flux. The global atmospheric balance for CO2 and O2/N2 is assumed to be comprised only of the long-term trends imparted by fossil fuel combustion, land biota and ocean CO2 uptake.
Long-term changes in the turbidity of the water column as measured by changes in Secchi disk depth have been documented for the northern Adriatic Sea (Justic, ).
These long-term changes are related to nutrient enrichment of the Adriatic from the Po River and a coincident long- term decline in the oxygen concentration of the water column. Southern Adriatic (Eastern Mediterranean Sea) is a region strongly dominated by large-scale oceanographic processes and local open-ocean dense water formation.
In this study, picoplankton biomass, distribution, and activity were examined during two oceanographic cruises and analyzed in relation to environmental parameters and hydrographic conditions comparing pre and post-winter Cited by: 1.
Long-term results of continuous oxygen therapy at sea level. Stewart BN, Hood CI, Block AJ. Twelve patients with hypoxemia associated with severe chronic obstructive pulmonary disease were treated with continuous portable oxygen therapy and have been followed up Cited by: the Adriatic are correlated with sea surface height in the northern Ionian gyre (Gačić et al., ), opening possibilities for a short-term qualitative forecast of Adriatic properties, including regime shifts recently documented in the Adriatic (Grbec et al., ; Matić et al., ).
This paper, using SOM methodology, maps temperature and. Annual cycle of the gelatinous invertebrate zooplankton of the eastern South Adriatic coast (NE Mediterranean) Oxygen saturation were between 50 (at 20 m in July) and % (at 20 m in January), with average of 98 ± 12%.
Long-term copepod dynamics in the Gulf of Trieste (Northern Adriatic Sea): recent changes and trends Cited by: Hypoxia in deep waters of moderately eutrophic marine lakes, Island of Mljet, eastern Adriatic Sea. In this study, we explored the impact of eutrophication and stratification on hypoxia in deep waters of moderately warm Croatian marine lakes.
especially in its deep water, seems to be a long-term chemical feature related to the poor Cited by: 2. Water temperature in Dubrovnik today is °C/64°F. Based on our historical data over a period of ten years, the warmest sea in this day in Dubrovnik was recorded in and was 21°C/70°F, and the coldest 17°C/63°F.
The impacts of physical processes on oxygen variations in the North Sea-Baltic Sea transition zone L. Jonasson1,2, is in this study deﬁned to range from the Northern Kattegat to Arkona Basin. This area limits the water exchange between long-term eutrophication trends are not resolved.
Data for the (Italy) is clearly showing a long-term rising trend for relative sea level. Ingrosso G, Giani M, Cibic T, Karuza A, Kralj M, Del Negro P, Carbonate chemistry dynamics and biological processes along a river – sea gradient (Gulf of Trieste, northern Adriatic Sea), Journal of Marine Systems, doi: /s ABSTRACT: Holocene cooling events have been reconstructed for the southern Adriatic Sea (cen- tral Mediterranean) by means of analyses of organic walled dinoﬂagellate cysts, planktonic forami- nifera, oxygen isotopes, calcareous nanoplankton, alkenones and pollen from a sediment core.
The Baltic Sea is home to some of the world's largest dead zones, areas of oxygen-starved waters where most marine animals can't survive. But while parts of this sea have long suffered from low.
Adriatic sea is in general a low productive, oligotrophic sea, but it is more productive along the coast and in the area of channels than in the open sea.
The low level of organic production in the Adriatic Sea is a result of a low content of nutritious salts in water, of phosphorus and nitrogen in. The Adriatic-Ionian Bimodal Oscillating System (BiOS) is an internal mechanism capable to shape the thermohaline properties and the biogeochemical pool in the Southern Adriatic.
The BiOS mechanism determines the upper-layer circulation (anticyclonic or cyclonic) in the Ionian Sea. Abbreviations: GP 5 general practitioner; LTOT 5 long-term oxygen therapy Guidelines for long-term oxygen therapy (LTOT) are based on three controlled studies.1–3 Most guidelines focus on three key issues: COPD patients eligible for LTOT should have hypoxemia in a stable condition, they should be nonsmokers, and they should use oxygen for at.
Cambridge Core - Palaeontology and Life History - Ecology and Applications of Benthic Foraminifera - by John W. MurrayCited by: The Baltic Sea is home to some of the world’s largest dead zones, areas of oxygen-starved waters where most marine animals can’t survive.
But while parts of this sea have long suffered from low oxygen levels, a new study by a team in Finland and Germany shows that oxygen loss in coastal areas over the past century is unprecedented in the last years. strongly influences the Northern Adriatic.
Ursella and Gačić () observed that during the stratified season sudden increases in Po discharge (pulses) generate waves along the Italian coast, which induce coastal Fig. Map of the Adriatic Sea with the location of the ten tide gauges used in this study; the area of the Po River delta is.
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New study: pdf loss in the coastal Baltic Sea is “unprecedentedly severe” Dr. Bárbara Ferreira EGU Executive Office European Geosciences Union. The Baltic Sea is home to.E. Bohm et al.: Adriatic Sea surface temperature and ocean colour variability¨ 44N 42N 40N 14E 16E download pdf Ancona Gargano Po Al b a n i a O t r a n t o S i l l D a l m a t i a n C o a s t P o m o P i t Fig.
1. Bathymetric chart of the Adriatic Sea (depth in meters) with named places cited into the text. tional period of the Mediterranean Cited by: Baltic Sea hypoxia refers to low levels ebook oxygen in bottom waters, also known ebook hypoxia, occurring regularly in the Baltic of the total area of bottom covered with hypoxic waters with oxygen concentrations less than 2 mg/l in the Baltic Sea has avera km 2 over the last 40 years.
The ultimate cause of hypoxia is excess nutrient loading from human activities causing algal.