Cooperative Marine Science Programme for the Black Sea (CoMSBlack)
Programme de coopération océanographique pour la mer Noire
1991, jointly by United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) and Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission (IOC). Programme finished.
Establish a scientific basis for the effective and integrated management of the Black Sea, including environmental preservation, protection and optimum utilization; assess the natural and anthropogenically induced environmental changes using historical data; determine past and present fluxes of water, sediment, carbon, nutrients, heavy metals, hydrocarbons and other selected materials from rivers, atmosphere, straits and bottom sediments, as well as across the shelf break within the basin; provide a quantitative understanding of physical and biogeochemical processes governing the transport and cycling of carbon, nutrients, suspended sediments and selected substances.Available with paid subscription only.
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