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Tag: water salinity

Utilizing the reeds in Lake Burullus, Egypt

Photo credit: Magd Al-Bawaab (Egypt) Review: Abdel Rahman El Gamal (Site founder) Lake Burullus is a large, elongate, and shallow lake that is located between the two Nile branches forming the delta in Egypt. The salinity in the lake varies according to the distances from the main water sources of the lake; the salinity increases …

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Commercial salt extraction from Lake Qarun, Egypt (Video)

Credit for the video: Albert Mugabe(Uganda); Description: Abdel Rahman El Gamal Since the disconnection of Nile water reaching Lake Qarun (21,800 ha), Fayoum (Egypt), the lake has been facing the consequences of the rising of water salinity. This results of the evaporation of lake water that originates from agricultural draining water. The threating of salinity …

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Cage farming of gilthead sea bream (Sparus aurata) in Rayaan Depressions, Egypt (Video)

Credit: Course participants in EICA/JICA training course (2011) Cage farming of gilthead sea bream (Sparus aurata) has been tried recently in Rayaan Depressions in Egypt. The water salinity of the depressions is steadily increasing due to evaporation making the system suitable to marine cages. The stocked fingerlings are produced in private marine hatcheries while the …

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