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A marine wildlife sanctuary for the Arabian Gulf

A marine wildlife sanctuary for the Arabian Gulf

Environmental research and conservation following the 1991 Gulf War oil spill

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Published by Forschungsinstitut Senckenberg .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Saudi Arabia,
  • Mahmiyat al-Jubayl lil-Ihya® al-Bahriyah,
  • Oil spills,
  • Mahmiyat al-Jubayl lil-Ihya® al-Bahriyah (Saudi Arabia),
  • Environmental aspects,
  • Natural history,
  • Persian Gulf War, 1991

  • The Physical Object
    FormatUnknown Binding
    Number of Pages511
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9027605M
    ISBN 103929907372
    ISBN 109783929907377

    Currently working at the Arabian Gulf University as marine science professor since September During the last 3 years, 3 papers have been published on fisheries status, fish stock assessment and benthic community in Bahrain and Saudi Arabia as well as acting as a supervisor for 3 M. Sc., 1 Ph. D. and 1 Higher Diploma : Fisheries Specialist. Against the background of a growing awareness of the relationships among human health, a sound economy, and a healthy environment, attention worldwide has been drawn to the devastating assault on the Arabian (Persian) Gulf regional environment--its air, land, water, and biota--by the war waged against Kuwait by Iraq in and The Curious Case of Missing Mangroves in the Jubail Conservation May 9, • A new article in Ecological Indicators has helped to solve a case of missing mangroves in Saudi Arabia’s Jubail Conservation (also known as the Jubail Marine Wildlife Sanctuary). ThePlace: The Farasan Islands in southwestern Saudi Arabia The Farasan Island Marine Sanctuary, supervised by the Saudi Wildlife Authority, is home to the Arabian gazelle Updated 03 November


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A marine wildlife sanctuary for the Arabian Gulf Download PDF EPUB FB2

In book: A Marine Wildlife Sanctuary for the Arabian Gulf - Environmental Research and Conservation Following the Gulf War Oil Spill, Publisher: NCWCD, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia Author: Friedhelm Krupp. A marine wildlife sanctuary for the Arabian Gulf: environmental research and conservation following the Gulf War oil spill Author: Friedhelm Krupp ; A H Abu-Zinada ; Iyad A Nader.

Sharks & Rays of the Arabian/Persian Gulf will be of interest to all those with an interest in the Gulf's marine environment or in marine wildlife such as divers, anglers, natural history enthusiasts, conservationists, research biologists and government fisheries staff.

mental quality in the Gulf region. war status and the establishment of the first marine sanctuary in the western Arabian Gulf. to extend this project to the entire coastline affected by the oil spill. challenge as this stretch ofcoastline had been most se\'erely affected bv the oil spill.

Marine algae oftheJubail Marine Wildlife Sanctuary; Saudi Arabia Olivier De Clerck and Eric Coppejans A b st r ac t: The intertidal zone ofthe Saudi Arabian Gulf coast is exposed to extreme climatic fluctuations and therefore is almost devoid of any macroalgal or seagrass growth, even in sites not affected by oil pollution.

These plants are. People of the Arabian Gulf are related economically, culturally and socially to the sea. Several ecosystems, including seagrass beds, coral reefs, mangroves, and mudflats contribute significantly to the productivity of marine resources in the Arabian Gulf (Khan et al., ).Cited by:   Jubail Marine Wildlife Sanctuary Inthe Arabian Gulf was hit by a catastrophic oil spill.

As a result, the plant and animal life was severely affected in the area. Some forms of life were extinguished altogether. Bu Tinah, a small island that lies in Abu Dhabi waters in the Gulf, is a sanctuary for a wide array of bird life and marine animals, including the endangered dugong.

This is a list of protected areas of Saudi Arabia. List of designated protected areas. There are 15 designated protected areas in Saudi Arabia which are managed by the Saudi Wildlife Authority. At-Taysiyah Protected Area. The square km Shaybah Wildlife Sanctuary, located adjacent to our mega-facilities in the area, is testament to our commitment to care for our environment wherever we operate.

The fenced sanctuary protects dozens of native plants and animal species, and has allowed us to reintroduce the Arabian oryx, Arabian sand gazelles and ostriches into their historical habitat. “Marine Algae of the Jubail Marine Wildlife Sanctuary, Saudi Arabia.” In A Marine Wildlife Sanctuary for the Arabian Gulf.

Environmental Research and Conservation Following the Gulf War O Il Spill, P., ed. Abuzinada A. & Nader I. Eds. Krupp F., –Cited by: Frontonia of the Arabian Gulf INTRODUCTION An environmental rehabilitation plan that has led to the establishment of the Jubail Marine Wildlife Sanctuary (JMWS) north of Jubail city on the Saudi Arabian Gulf shore was proposed by concerned agencies in Saudi Arabia, in conjunction with a Task Force from the European Union,Author: Saudi Arabia.

Forty-two of these species are new for the Saudi Arabian Gulf coast and 15 are new for the Arabian Gulf Descriptions, illustrations and identification keys of the species collected are given.

{Marine algae of the Jubail Marine Wildlife Sanctuary; Saudi Arabia}, year = {}} Share. Jebel Ali Wildlife Sanctuary Run by the Emirates Marine Environmental Group (EMEG), the Jebel Ali Wildlife Sanctuary covers the coastline between Jebel Ali and Ghantoot.

Access is currently closed to the public, but periodic beach clean ups, mangrove plantings and BBQs are held at their discovery centre on Jebel Ali Beach. The Persian Gulf has hosted some of the most magnificent marine fauna and flora, some of which are near extinction or at serious environmental risk.

From corals, to dugongs, Persian Gulf is a diverse cradle for many species who depend on each other for survival. In: Krupp F, Abuzinada AA, Nader JA (eds) A marine wildlife sanctuary for the Arabian Gulf. National Commission for Wildlife Conservation and Development, Riyadh, pp – Google Scholar Böer B () An introduction to the Author: Shahina A.

Ghazanfar, Benno Böer, Abdul Wali Al Khulaidi, Ali El-Keblawy, Sara Alateeqi. Krupp, A.H. Abuzinada, I.A. Nader (Eds.), A Marine Wildlife Sanctuary for the Arabian Gulf, Environmental Research and Conservation Following the Gulf War Oil Spill, vol.

National Commission for Wildlife Conservation and Development, Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and Senchenberg Research Institute, Frankfurt, Germany ()Cited by: 4. Free-Living Marine Interstitial Hypotrichid Ciliates from Jubail Marine Wildlife Sanctuary in the Arabian Gulf Sediment samples were collected at low tide from various localities of the Jubail Marine Wildlife Sanctuary in the Arabian Gulf on several occasions during ll for the study of the marine interstitial ciliate fauna of the by: 3.

During the Gulf war about 1 million tonnes of oil were released into the Gulf affecting above all the Saudi Arabian coastline north of Abu Ali. A Task Force of the Commission of the European Communities, which participated in international remediation efforts, proposed the establishment of a Marine Habitat and Wildlife Sanctuary for the.

'Pearling in the Arabian Gulf' is a fascinating and involving autobiography - The Midwest Book Review, January "This book is a personal journey a fascinating discussion.

Al-Shamlan reveals the depth of his uncompromising commitment to Kuwaiti pearling as a noble tradition, and it is this that drives the book.".

MartensA preliminary survey of the terrestrial reptiles and sea snakes in the Jubail Marine Wildlife Sanctuary F.

Krupp, A.H. Abuzinada, I.A. Nader (Eds.), A Marine Wildlife Sanctuary for the Arabian Gulf: Environmental Research and Conservation Following the Gulf War Oil Spill, National Commission for Wildlife Conservation and Cited by: 4.

The Arabian Gulf coastline features many inlets and bays, fringed by mangrove trees that provide a critical habitat for birds and marine life. With this ecosystem under pressure from development, we are working to preserve and protect this natural resource for future generations.

Sharjah's Breeding Centre for Endangered Arabian Wildlife (BCEAW) was established on and originally built for breeding the threatened wildlife but then has turned to become a center for the research and preservation of the indigenous plants and animals of the region.

Despite these extreme climatic conditions, the Arabian Gulf supports a wide range of coastal and marine ecosystems that contribute significantly to the productivity of marine resources, including seagrass beds, coral reefs, mangroves, and mudflats [ 12 ].

Figure 2. A map showing the Arabian Gulf and bordering countries (Google Earth).Cited by: 1. Department of Zoology, College of Science, King Saud University, P.o.

BoxRiyadhSaudi ArabiaSediment samples were collected at low tide from various localities in the Jubail Marine Wildlife Sanctuary of the Saudi Arabian Gulf shore during for the studv of the marine interstitial ciliate fauna of the : Khaled A.S. Al-Rasheid. Böer, B.

Trial planting of mangroves (Avicennia marina) and salt-marsh plants (Salicornia europaea) in oil-impacted soil in the Jubail area, Saudi : Krupp, F., Abuzinada, A.H., and Nader, I.A.

(eds), A Marine Wildlife Sanctuary for the Arabian Gulf — Environmental Research and Conservation following the Gulf War Oil by: 6. The Gulf: The Making of An American Sea Hardcover – Ma #N#Jack E. Davis (Author) › Visit Amazon's Jack E.

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() The Cetacea of the Jubail Marine Wildlife Sanctuary, Saudi Arabia. In Krupp, F., Abuzinada, A.H. and Nader, I.A. (eds) A marine wildlife sanctuary for the Arabian Gulf environmental research and conservation following the Gulf War oil spill. in culturing rabbit fish in the Arabian Gulf has been widely directed.

Regarding the fisheries in Jubail, study undertaken by Esseen [11] concerned with fishing activity in Jubail marine wildlife sanctuary for a short period (March and May ).

The study focused. Fishes and fish assemblages of the Jubail Marine Wildlife Sanctuary. In: Krupp, F., Abuzinada, A.H. & Nader, I.A., eds: A Marine Wildlife Sanctuary for the Arabian Gulf – Environmental Research and Conservation Following the Gulf War Oil Spill: Abstract.

Abstract: Sediment samples were collected at low tide from various localities in the Jubail Marine Wildlife Sanctuary of the Saudi Arabian Gulf shore during for the studv of the marine interstitial ciliate fauna of the : K. S AL-Rasheid. The agreement, and the explicit designation of the Gulf as a marine sanctuary, will signal to the world the region's commitment to action, and engender support from the world's marine-science community to help regional experts find solutions to the Gulf's environmental problems--solutions consistent with, and supportive of, the recognized economic uses of the Gulf's seabed and.

Free-Living Marine Interstitial Hypotrichid Ciliates from Jubail Marine Wildlife Sanctuary in the Arabian Gulf K.A.S. AL-Rasheid Department of Zoology, College of Science, King Saud University P.O.

BoxRiyadhKingdom of Saudi Arabia (Hypotrichida) (Hypotnchida) () (Hypotrichida).Cited by: 3. Persian Gulf Sea Snake Hydrophis lapemoides is a species of venomous Elapidae (Hydrophiinae-sea snake).

Distribution Indian Ocean, Persian Gulf coasts off Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Oman, United Arab Emirates, Iran, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, India, Malaysia (Penang island), Singapore, Thailand. Sea Life Whether you're spending a day at the beach, on the water or under the sea with one of Dubai's dive centers, don't miss your chance to have an underwater adventure in the Arabian Gulf.

Off the coast of Dubai, you'll find a rich array of marine life, including dugongs, dolphins, turtles, sharks and species of fish.

THE STATUS OF CORAL REEFS IN SAUDI ARABIA - The Saudi Arabian Gulf extends southward approximately km from the Kuwaiti border to the border with Qatar. The Gulf coast is in the Jubail Marine Wildlife Sanctuary, and at the inshore reefs off the peninsula of Abu Ali.

Reef benthos along three unmarked. A preliminary survey of the terrestrial reptile and sea snakes in the Jubail Marine Wildlife Sanctuary.

In: Krupp F., Abuzinada A. H., Nader I. A., editors. A marine wildlife sanctuary for the Arabian Gulf: environmental research and conservation following the Gulf War Oil by: 3. Many areas have been proposed and suggested, dating back to the mid- and late s, and remain that way to date.

With the exception of the Farasan islands, protected inand the Jubail Wildlife Sanctuary which was developed shortly after the Gulf war, there have been no other recent marine protected areas established. The big five wildlife experiences of Dubai. The city is not just about the glitz, discovers Features Writer Cheryl Robertson as she swims with sharks, tracks gazelles and heeds the call of the wild.

First record of the pixie triplefin Enneapterygius pusillus (Pisces: Tripterygiidae) and confirmation of the presence of cheekspot blenny Parablennius opercularis (Blenniidae) in the north Arabian Gulf - Volume 8 - Laith A.

Jawad, Manickam Nithyanandan, Dinesh K. Cited by: 2. Kayak, Hike & Snorkel Adventure. Kayak, snorkel and hike; don't miss signing up for this award-winning St. Thomas Triple Play Tour! The southern coast of St.

Thomas is home to the beautiful Mangrove Lagoon Wildlife Sanctuary and Marine Preserve/5(22). The Saudi Arabian Gulf coral islands are very important sites for birds, both breeding seabirds and migrant passerines and hold internationally important numbers of breeding Lesser Crested Terns (Thalasseus bengalensis) and Bridled Terns (Onychoprion anaethetus).

All six Saudi Arabian, Gulf Coral Islands were formed when sand, produced by wave action. A ban on hunting ordered by President His Highness Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan several years ago, has allied with massive breeding programmes to turn the UAE into a major bird sanctuary and Author: Nadim Kawach.