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Biodiversity in Enclosed Seas and Artificial Marine by Giulio Relini

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By Giulio Relini

The most issues of the Symposium have been biodiversity in enclosed and semi-enclosed seas and synthetic habitats, and the recovery of degraded structures. those subject matters are hugely proper at the present time either from a easy medical perspective and from an utilized strategy. The papers facing the 1st subject characterize present learn and issues approximately marine biodiversity in enclosed seas and should have huge entice all these drawn to figuring out and protecting the biodiversity of the seas and specifically of the Mediterranean and Black Seas. The papers within the moment subject characterize a synthesis of updated wisdom on synthetic habitats and the way they could give a contribution to security of coastal marine ecosystems, to enhancement of species range and organic assets and to recovery of degraded marine environments.

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