Black Sea

The Black Sea is one of the largest regional seas of the Eurasian continent and unique in many of its geographical, geological, biological, hydrographical and socio-political characteristics. With anoxic conditions in the deep, problems with invasive species and high sediment loads delivered to the system, this area has unique problems requiring long-term stations. The Black Sea is located in a geologically complex area, where three major tectonic plates (Eurasian, Anatolian, Arabian) interact. Geohazards, such as earthquakes, submarine landslides, displacement along active faults, are present and are possible triggers of tsunamis, together with extreme meteorological events.

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General Information

EUXRo01


Air temperature in dry bulb
Atmospheric pressure at sea level
Chlorophyll-a fluorescence
Current to direction relative true north
Dissolved oxygen
Gust wind speed
Horizontal current speed
Horizontal wind speed
Oxygen saturation
Practical salinity
Sea temperature
Turbidity
Wind from direction relative true north

EUXRo02


Air temperature in dry bulb
Atmospheric pressure at sea level
Chlorophyll-a fluorescence
Current to direction relative true north
Dissolved oxygen
Gust wind speed
Horizontal current speed
Horizontal wind speed
Oxygen saturation
Practical salinity
Sea temperature
Turbidity
Wind from direction relative true north

EUXRo03


Air temperature in dry bulb
Atmospheric pressure at sea level
Chlorophyll-a fluorescence
Current to direction relative true north
Dissolved oxygen
Gust wind speed
Horizontal current speed
Horizontal wind speed
Oxygen saturation
Practical salinity
Sea temperature
Turbidity
Wind from direction relative true north