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Vatova A., 1935. The fishery grounds near Alexandria, II. A bottom sample taken at Alexandria, Notes and Memoirs No 9. Fisheries Research Directorate, Egypt
This is a historical report, published in 1935 by A. Vatova. It contains specific information about a bottom sample that was taken once in the eastern harbour of Alexandria, near the Marine Laboratory during the floristical and faunistical survey of Adolf Steuer on the coasts near Alexandria mainly with the vessel "El Hoot". The digitization of this report was done by LifewatchGreece team.
The fishery Ground near Alexandria. XX. Nemertini by Herman Friedrich (1940). Notes and Memoirs No 38.
This is a historical dataset that was published in 1940 by Herman Friedrich and concerns the collection of 9 tubes of Nemerteans collected during the floristical and faunistical survey of Adolf Steuer on the coasts near Alexandria mainly with the vessel “El Hoot”. This dataset covers the time span of 6/9/1933 to 12/11/1933.The material was unsatisfactory so they identified to the order level. The digitization of this dataset was done by LifewatchGreece team.
An impact study of a tannery effluent on the benthic community was conducted during two and a half years in the Geras Gulf
Comparative studies of macro and meiozoobenthos condition around Jalta gulf under influence of domestic sewage discharge and recreation activity.
Large protozoa and phytoplankton abundance measured on concentrated water bottle samples.
PANGAEA - Data from Mass transfer and ecosystem response (MATER): microplankton abundances at different stations in the euphotic zone of the Aegean Sea
Microplankton abundance at different stations in the euphotic zone of the Aegean Sea
The data was collected under the MARBEF BIOFUSE long term monitoring program. Each participant of this program is selected 5 shores, chosen to maximise likelihood of differences in diversity (e.g. along gradient of stress - wave exposure, pollution, etc or with different recruitment regimes). Fixed sampling units randomly selected. Size of sampling Atlantic 50 x 50 cm quadrat. 5 quadrats, grid of 25 squares used to give visual estimate to nearest 5 % cover. 2 samples per year (ie every 6 months) for 2 years commencing Winter 2005-6. Taxonomic resolution: best possible resolution achievable non-destructively in the field, including macrofauna (visible to naked eye).
This dataset contains data on syllidae which were sampled at 2 station on the North Mediterranean coast of Egyptian coastline iduring the spring of 2010. The sediment samples were collected using a Van Veen grab and washed and sieved through a 0.3 um sieve.
Chas.H. O'Donoghue, D.Sc. & Dora de Watteville,M.A. The fishery grounds near Alexandria. XX-Bryozoa. Notes and Memoirs No 34. Hydrobiology and Fisheries Directorate, Egypt
This is a historical dataset that was published in 1939 by Chas.H. O’Donoghue, D.Sc. & Dora de Watteville,M.A and concerns the collection of es of Bryozoa collected during the floristical and faunistical survey of Adolf Steuer on the coasts near Alexandria mainly with the vessel “El Hoot”. The digitization of this dataset was done by LifewatchGreece team.Dates have been reported via the stations which have been digitized on the preliminary report(http://ipt.medobis.eu/resource?r=egyptexpeditionpreliminaryrepor).
In the framework of the project Oceanographic studies in open Seas, a survey of the benthic fauna of the Central Aegean Sea was performed in in July 1986