Marine Zooplankton from Bashayer Marine Terminal and Abo Hashish along the Sudanese Red Sea Coast

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Marine Zooplankton from Bashayer Marine Terminal and Abo Hashish along the Sudanese Red Sea Coast

November 14, 2020 Biological Science 0

The maximum number of zooplankton groups reported from the Red Sea Coast of Sudan was 20 from the marine terminal of Bashayer. Farranula, Medusae and Sagitta were the first zooplankton groups reported in Bashayer in 2016. As they were reported in 2018, they managed to develop them. The small number of plankton groups in three randomly investigated oil tankers contained in ballast water 5, 10 and 15 Cell/L is possibly due to mechanical destruction and/or biological destructive factors during the voyage. Multiple tests of regression showed statistically significant differences in mean (p<0.05) In the Tires Plant and Sea Land areas, zooplankton count and negligible variations in fish (p>0.05)  Market, open sea, port entry and Marine Science and Fisheries Faculty areas. Station at Sea  Land showed statistically significant differences in salinity (p<0.05), while the majority of the stations showed statistically significant differences (p<0.05).  Salinity of 40′ exhibited. Therefore, zooplankton populations will serve as bio-indicators of different human beings.  Input into the marine ecosystem and environmental inputs.

Author (s) Details

Amjad G. Ahmed
Department of Biological Oceanography, Faculty of Marine Science and Fisheries, Red Sea University, Sudan.

Mohamed H. M. Ali
Department of Biological Oceanography, Faculty of Marine Science and Fisheries, Red Sea University, Sudan.

Osama, S. Saad
Department of Biological Oceanography, Faculty of Marine Science and Fisheries, Red Sea University, Sudan.

Zuheir N. Mahmoud
Department of Zoology, Faculty of Science, University of Khartoum, Sudan.

Dirar H. Nasr
Department of Biological Oceanography, Faculty of Marine Science and Fisheries, Red Sea University, Sudan.

Sheikheldin, M. Elamin
Department of Fisheries, Faculty of Marine Science and Fisheries, Red Sea University, Sudan.

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