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Climate Change and Biodiversity Effects in Turkish Seas

Cemal Turan*, Deniz Erguden, Mevlüt Gürlek

DOI: 10.28978/nesciences.286240


Climate Change, Turkish Seas, Surface Sea Temperature, Biodiversity.

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