July 4, 2022

EXPO Magazine

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What is the sea goo that appeared on the coast of Turkey and caused damage?

Boats trapped in excess algae

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Small fishing boats cannot travel due to “sea cold”

The dense, thin layer of mucus in the Marmara Sea near Istanbul is spreading, damaging marine life and the Turkish fishing industry.

“Sea mucus”, or sea mucus, is a natural green soil that forms when algae are high in nutrients as a result of hot weather and water pollution.

It was first discovered in Turkey in 2007, but was also recorded in the Aegean Sea near Greece. Experts say this is due to pollution and climate change.

‘A True Disaster’

The sea ice, which covers large parts of the Marmara Sea that connects the Black Sea to the Aegean Sea, is believed to be the largest in history and is wreaking havoc on local communities.