A SEASONAL PHYTOPLANKTON BLOOM IMPACTING THE TRANSPERANCY OF THE BLACK, MARMARA AND AEGEAN SEAS
A bloom made by cocolithophore, a phytoplankton species, Emiliania huxleyi this year has made long and significant effects on the Black Sea and the adjascent seas, such as the Marmara and Aegean Sea. This phytoplankton bloom is a natural seasonal phenomenon but this year’s lasts longer
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The satellite images from NASA Worldview are below.