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Assessment of Accumulation and Potential Health Risk of Cr, Mn, Fe, Cu, and Zn in Fish from North-Eastern Mediterranean Sea
(University of Tehran, 2020)
Heavy metal accumulation in aquatic organisms has been an important issue due to environmental pollution resulting from anthropogenic activities. In this study, Cr, Mn, Fe, Cu, and Zn in the selected fish species (Mullus ...
Microplastic ingestion evidence by economically important farmed fish species from Turkey
Microplastic pollution and its potential impacts on humans become a global concern. This study is the first study examining the microplastic ingestion in the commercially important species Oncorhynchus mykiss Rainbow trout ...
First record of microplastic occurence at the commercial fish from Orontes River
Freshwater environments are more sensitive to anthropogenic influences and usually contain higher concentrations of pollutants than marine environments. Microplastic pollution causes additional stress on freshwater animals; ...
Impact of nutrient load coming from Göksu River on the northeastern Mediterranean
(Marine Science and Technology Bulletin, 2021)
Even though North-Eastern Mediterranean (NE Med) is classified as oligotrophic, inshore areas are highly eutrophic due to the discharge of silicate and nitrate-rich surface waters. Aim of this study was to investigate the ...
Presence of microplastic in the Patella caerulea from the northeastern Mediterranean Sea
This study reports first evidence of microplastic detection in the Patella caerulea collected from 5 different stations located in İskenderun Bay and Mersin Bay. A total of 160 P. caerulea specimens were examined and 40 ...