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Data set name

Hydrochemical parameters of the Georgian Black Sea coast (1985)

Data holding centreCentre of Monitoring of Environmental Pollution of the Department of Hydrometeorology of Georgia
CountryGeorgia  Georgia
ProjectCorrelation of hydrological characteristics with the level of pollution in coastal waters of Georgia.
Time period1985
OngoingNo
Geographical area

Georgian Black Sea coast, Ports of Batumi, Poti and Sokhumi; deltaic areas of rivers: Inkiti, Kodori, Chorokhi

Observations 
Parameters

Contaminant fluxes between the terrestrial and marine environment; Nitrate concentration parameters in the water column; Concentration of other hydrocarbons in the water column; Concentration of other organic contaminants in suspended particulate material; Salinity of the water column; Concentration of other organic contaminants in biota

Instruments

Salinity sensor; mass spectrometers; spectrophotometers

Description 
Summary

Investigation of the influence of the hydrological features of the chemical ingredients shows seasonal variations of concentration in coastal waters, as well as between deltaic areas and near port aquatic regions.

OriginatorsThe Centre for Monitoring and Prognostication of the Ministry of Environmental Protection and Natural Resources
Availability 
OrganisationCentre of Monitoring of Environmental Pollution of the Department of Hydrometeorology of Georgia
AvailabilityOrganisation
ContactMs. Tamar Maglakelidze (Dep. of informational Provision, Head)
Address

Centre of Monitoring of Environmental Pollution of the Department of Hydrometeorology of Georgia
N150, D. Agmashenebeli Ave.
Tbilisi


Georgia

Telephone995 32 964670
Facsimile+995 32 955514
Emailkhatunac@hotmail.com
Administration 
Collating centreIv.Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, Centre of Relations with UNESCO Oceanological Research Centre and GeoDNA (UNESCO)
Local identifier39005008
Global identifier1798
Last revised2009-01-27