2019
DOI: 10.1101/740084
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Abstract: 22 23 Abstract 24 Romania and Ukraine share the Black Sea coastline, the Danube Delta and associated habitats, 25 which harbor the unique Pontocaspian biodiversity. Pontocaspian biota represents endemic 26 aquatic taxa adapted to the brackish (anomalohaline) conditions, which evolved in the Caspian 27 and Black Sea basins. Currently, this biota is diminishing both in the numbers of species and28 their abundance because of human activities. Consequently, its future persistence strongly 29 depends on the adequac… Show more

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“…Institutional alignment and responsibilities to address PC biodiversity conservation and governance have been studied by Gogaladze, Raes, et al. ( 2020 ), Gogaladze, Wesselingh, et al. ( 2020 ) who showed that this biota is not a priority for conservation planning in Ukraine and Romania.…”
Section: Discussion—toward Effective Conservation Of Pontocaspian Biota In the Black Sea Basinmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Pontocaspian biodiversity is also affected by indirect anthropogenic drivers such as the organization and interaction within and between societies, stakeholders, and people and their interactions with nature. For the BSB, these are treated elsewhere (Gogaladze, Raes, et al., 2020 ; Gogaladze, Wesselingh, et al., 2020 ). Based on this review, we outline follow‐up approaches to develop a conservation strategy that applies to the entire PC benthic biota in the BSB.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…comm). The same applies to Romania (Gogaladze et al, 2020a). Consequently, there is often a bias toward the "preferred species" (species that are well-known or have specialists working on them) resulting in omission of other species from evaluations.…”
Section: Recommendations For Improving the Pontocaspian Legal Landscapementioning
confidence: 99%
“…Because of human activities, many Ponto-Caspian species have now dispersed widely across the northern hemisphere, often with signi cant environmental and ecological consequences [13][14][15] . Conversely, many Ponto-Caspian endemics are severely threatened within their native range by invasive species, climate change, pollution and other anthropogenic disturbances [16][17][18][19][20][21] . The uncertain taxonomic systems for many of these groups hamper accurate biodiversity estimates and appropriate conservation actions 11,22−24 .…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%