By Gennadiy Marushevsky
The Azov-Black Sea coastal wetlands contain habitats equivalent to reed-dominated marshes, woodland riverine flood plains, inland lakes and lagoons, limans, deltas, coastal lagoons and bays, silt and sand apartments, in addition to man made rainy lands similar to fish ponds, rice paddies and salt ponds. This booklet presents an outline of Azov-Black Sea coastal wetlands and wetland biodiversity for 7 nations. The listing comprises details on ninety four wetlands with a complete region of 2,486,372 ha. Thirty 5 Black Sea coastal wetlands, totalling 1,953,576 ha, are of overseas significance and are special as Ramsar websites. The better a part of the listing comprises a sequence of nationwide stories, through a sequence of money owed of wetlands.
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Amphibians: Triturus vulgaris, T. cristatus, Bombina bombina, Bufo bufo, B. viridis, Hyla arborea, Pelobates syriacus balcanicus, Rana ridibunda and R. dalmatina. Fish: 55 species are recorded in the wetlands of the Ropotamo Complex. Four species, with different levels of endemism, inhabit the River Ropotamo; 5 are included in the RDB of Bulgaria as 'threatened'. River Ropotamo (estuary): The species composition, numbers and distribution of transitory inhabitants in the firth are quite variable.
Other hydrologically linked wetlands: Komlushka Valley, Poda Lagoon and Lake Vaya. Description of site: Mandra Dam: 3 km south of the district centre, Burgas. In 1934, a dyke was built in the southwest of the lake, leading to a significant increase in the size of the lake. The lake was a brackish basin, very shallow and silted in the southwest. 11 km2 – with a mean depth of c. 9 m, since when the water in the basin has become fresh and strongly eutrophic in character. The lake is periodically connected with Lake Vaya through the swampy Valley of Komlushka.
The Kolkheti Lowland is bordered to the north and south by the hilly foothills of the Great and Small Caucasus. Together with the Likhi Ridge, which connects them, they form a gigantic mountainous amphitheatre, open in the west to the Black Sea and playing an important role in climate formation in Georgia. In the west, the eastern coast of the Black Sea abuts the Kolkheti Lowland. The Kolkheti alluvial plain is formed by late Quaternary (continental and marine) sediments. It is a lowland created by river, marine and lake-marsh accretion under conditions of constant immersion and fluctuations of the erosive Black Sea shore and arrival from the Great Caucasus and Meskheti Ridges of deposition material.