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Chemical-physical and ecological characterisation in the environmental project of a polluted coastal area: the Bagnoli case study
Mediterranean Marine Science
The Bagnoli Bay (southern Tyrrhenian Sea, Naples, Italy) has been impacted for about one century by heavy anthropogenic pollution due to an important steel plant. A multidisciplinary environmental research, aimed at the reclamation of the marine contaminated area, was planned in order to evaluate, through quantitative data, the chemical-physical and ecological characteristics of marine sediments; the latter ones are strictly related to the composition and structure of benthic foraminiferaldoi:10.12681/mms.225 fatcat:c2lv6mldubbxhgfa7dn7jifrpu