IMPORTANCE OF THE CURRENT EFFECTS ON MARITIME TRANSPORTATION AND MAKING SCHEMA ABOUT ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING AT THE TURKISH STRAITS


Usluer H. B. , Alkan G. B.

3rd INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, Budapest, Macaristan, 19 - 23 Ekim 2017, ss.119-120

  • Basıldığı Şehir: Budapest
  • Basıldığı Ülke: Macaristan
  • Sayfa Sayıları: ss.119-120

Özet

Abstract:

The Turkey is in a great position which has the cultural and commercial gates that connected the Asian and Europe continents. And also has the Turkish Straits sea area which is consist of Strait of the Istanbul (Bosphorus), Strait of the Canakkale (Dardanelle) and also Sea of The Marmara. The Straits of Istanbul and Strait of Canakkale are connecting the Black Sea with the Aegean Sea through by Sea of The Marmara. From the history, the Turkish Straits has great importance not only geopolitics but also strategic and geographic situations. Also rapidly increasing importance for maritime transportation, especially international energy transportation. Petrolium, LPG, LNG, gas, oil and oil products transportation has high level risk management about maritime transportation and marine environment cleaning at the Turkish Straits Sea Area. The Turkish Straits have been governed by the Montreux convention, since the 1936. Beside legal binders, local traffic, innocent and transit passages have really great parameters such as safety navigation and ballast management for maritime transportation and environmental management. With all these parameters and circumstances, need to deeply survey at the Turkish Strait about marine and environment sciences. These results could have chance to not only making environmental planning and management but also maritime transportation safety and decrease marine pollution, protect all the straits shoreline by the national and international regulations. With this working, try to explain the current effects and their surveys importance for maritime transportation and environmental management, planning at the Turkish Strait.