Abukir Bay

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a bay on the Mediterranean Sea in northern Egypt

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These results are in agreement with [23] in Abu Qir bay, Alexandria, Egypt.
-- [57] Otoliths -- South Africa -- [17] Otoliths -- Canary Islands -- [22] Otoliths -- South Portugal Scales -- [61] Otoliths 524 South [55] Scales -- Egypt [23] Scales -- Abu Qir Bay -- [56] All -- Eastern Algeria Males -- Females -- Present Scales 1368 E.
The area around Abu Qir bay has an ideal overlapping of different kinds of natural environments with current ecosystems; Coastal, Lake, and River Systems.
In the beginning of twentieth century, landscape of Abu Qir bay changed by adding a huge irrigation land to the area, especially beside Rashid branch, also in the west of Edko Lake, which shrank in the face of agriculture and marches.
* Abu Qir bay Coastline returned back in the period of 1986- 2011 by around -61meters, it is mainly because of human activities, which redistributed beach sands to build urban tourism compounds, in addition, building platforms and pipelines to export natural gas.
Observe the change of landscape and landuse around Abu Qir bay through different dates, and put the focus on the study period from 1984 to 2013.
Goddio's work in Abu Qir Bay is equally impressive.
Land use pattern of the area surrounding Abu Qir Bay includes a wide range of industrial firms of paper work, fertilizers, food processing.
The main objective of this paper is to detect thermal pollution in Abu Qir bay resulted from human activities through remotely sensed data.
Sea surface temperature in Abu Qir bay in 1984 showed that high levels of homogeneity (Figure3 a) related to 2005 (Figure 3 b).
In contrast, the physical impacts of such variations in sea surface temperature are expected to affect wide areas of Abu Qir Bay. For instance, these high local variations in sea surface temperature may contribute largely to thermosteric changes in sea surface, which already estimated as much as cm in some seasons (Figure 6) (Radwan, 1996).