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Science and technologies: Volume IV, 2014
Number 2: NAUTICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES

Yana Gancheva
EFFICIENCY MEASUREMENT OF BULGARIAN CONTAINER TERMINALS

Nikolay Takuchev
CONTRIBUTION OF INDUSTRY TO AIR POLLUTION WITH NITROGEN DIOXIDE OVER STARA ZAGORA, BULGARIA

Zdravko Svilenov
POSSIBILITIES FOR OPTIMIZATION OF PLANNING PROCESSES IN TRANSPORT SYSTEMS OPERATING CONTINUOUS TYPE OF PRODUCTION

Vessela Raynova
INVENTORY OF ANTHROPOGENIC IMPACT ON THE RIVER WATER AT THE BEGINNING AND END OF THE BULGARIAN SECTION OF THE DANUBE

Vessela Raynova
NITRATE POLLUTION IN ESTUARIES OF MAJOR BULGARIAN DANUBE TRIBUTARIES - ANALYSIS AND MEASURES FOR WATER STATUS IMPROVEMENT

Valentina Grancharova
MODERN SYSTEMS FOR MANAGEMENT AND HANDLING OF UNIFIED CARGO UNITS АТ PORT

Стефан Христов
ОЦЕНКА НА ЕКОЛОГИЧНОТО СЪСТОЯНИЕ НА БИОСФЕРЕН РЕЗЕРВАТ СРЕБЪРНА НА БАЗАТА НА МАКРОФИТНИ СЪОБЩЕСТВА

Стефан Христов
СЪДЪРЖАНИЕ НА Pb, Zn И Cu В PHRAGMITES AUSTRALIS ОТ СЛАДКОВОДНАТА ЕКОСИСТЕМА НА БИОСФЕРЕН РЕЗЕРВАТ СРЕБЪРНА

Nikolay Ivanov
THE EFECT OF THE COMPLETION OF HIGHWAY “HEMUS” ON SEA LOGISTIC CHAINS

Mariya Petkova-Kozovska
FORMATION AND DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITIES OF ALTERNATIVE ENERGY MARKETS

Marin Koychev
MARINE LITTER - CURRENT ENVIRONMENTAL PROBLEMS

Maria Karatancheva – Mincheva
REGULATORY CHANGES IN MARITIME TRANSPORT CONCERNING ENVIRONMENTAL

Ivaylo Yankov Ivanov
PROBLEMS CONCERNING THE USE OF VECTOR ELECTRONIC CHARTS (ECDIS) IN MARINE NAVIGATION AND DIRECTIONS FOR OPTIMIZATION OF THE OPERATION WITH THEM IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE LAST REQUIREMENTS OF STCW’95 CONVENTION

Geogi Shterev
ORGANIZATION, MEANS AND METHODS TO ENSURE THE SAFETY OF NAVIGATION AT SEA IN SPESIAL CONDITIONS

Evgenia Vasileva, Venko Beschkov
HALOGENATED HYDROCARBON POLLUTANTS AND THEIR BIODEGRADATION

Dimitar Dimitrov
APPLICATION OF INTERNATIONAL REGULATIONS FOR PREVENTING COLLISIONS AT SEA

Ts. Parvanova-Mancheva, V. Beschkov
METHODS FOR WASTEWATER DENITRIFICATION

Chavdar Ormanov
USE OF THE TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY - VARNA SIMULATORS COMPLEX FOR PREPARATION OF THE CREW OF BORDER POLICE CUTTER TO PREVENT ILLEGAL ACTION FROM MARINE DIRECTION