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    The negative impact of the Bystroe Canal on the Danube Delta ecosystem can be specifically observed in the following preliminary study made by the Romanian Ministry of Environment and Water Management, based on unofficial data:

The Hydrological Regime

       Construction and navigation activities on the Canal will change the Danube Delta hydrological regime and flow on the Bystroe Canal causing severe impact and detriment to the other canals and neighbouring ecosystems.
       The changes in the hydrological regime of the Chilia Delta will lead to water eutrophication in the inner depression due to the disappearance of the canals that have been connected to the Bystroe Canal. The lack of water circulation will transform the actual wetlands in pastures and result in a negative influence on the Danube Delta’s most important function: bio-filtration.

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