Sea drool seen in the Marmara and Black Seas recently indicates that Turkey’s seas are under threat. Sea saliva, which is seen to have a negative effect on underwater life, has started to pose a danger to the Aegean and İzmir as well. The biggest indicator of this has emerged in the latest statements.
In an unexpected development, it was noted that the sea saliva was moving from the Black Sea to the Aegean Sea. Çanakkale Onsekiz Mart University Faculty of Marine Sciences and Technology Faculty Member Prof. Dr. Adnan Ayaz said, “Musilage flows from the Black Sea water to the Aegean Sea at a thickness of 15 meters”.
While this statement worries many citizens of Izmir, the possible arrival of sea saliva on Izmir’s beaches will negatively affect