Plankton threaten the Arabian Sea environment
Dead zones in the seas and oceans and large lakes are dead zones (low oxygen) constitute a cemetery for fish and crustaceans, marine plants and other marine Vinaq species as fish stocks in these areas , Which affects the lives and economies of human communities living in fishing, which is, of course, a serious threat to the planet.
The spread of dead zones is the result of pollution from human activities as the spread of areas where oxygen level at least in the seas and oceans and were identified as the first time in the early sixties of the century The excessive use of agricultural fertilizers based on nitrogen, as well as the associated wastewater discharged into the sea, where it is known that nitrogen in the country contributes to the growth of plants , But it is caused when drifting to seas and rivers in seaweed.
When these small plants that grow on the surface of the oceans sink to the bottom and decompose ozone each amount of oxygen, which leads to marine life types of suffocation
According to the organizer of the Environment Program of the United Nations Conference, the number of dead zones has doubled since the 1990s to nearly 150 in the region relatively large areas are found in the Gulf of Mexico, Chesapeake Bay off The eastern coast of the United States and the Baltic Sea and Black Sea and parts of the Searaladraeteki that other dead areas offshore appeared South America, Japan, China, Australia and New Zealand
One of the dead zones, which has attracted the attention of scientists and researchers is the dead zone, which lies in the middle of the Arabian Sea, researchers examined the Observatory Lamont Observatory Earth Doherty at the University Columbia first noticed and documented the dead zone widening in the middle of the Arabian Sea through a research study British magazine Ntcherblant published specializing in the business of environmental science on the planet
Researchers in their study was reported what there is the width of this dead zone in the last decade also noted a rapid increase and unusual marine plankton in the Arabian Sea, which could lead to disastrous consequences For the fish on which some 120 million people of the population on Arabian Sea countries
The researchers said the rapid rise and unusual plankton in the Arabian Sea would have disastrous consequences on the marine environment and marine organisms as this would decrease oxygen in the sea, which will affect the food chain Could be devastating to the ecosystem in the Oman Sea over the long term
Plankton which have been checked and documented in the Arabian Sea is Alnuktellka is a precise gelati sea creature microscopic colorless circular transparent 1-5 mm diameter glossed live in seas close to the beaches, which is responsible for the emission Aladoh of phosphorus in coastal waters and energy from the sun and addressed to other cells and eats plankton
And it is what has led to the proliferation of millions of green algae and livestock of various types in this region, which would harm the food chain in the Sea of Oman
The survey also examined other devastating ecosystem plankton in the dead zone deployed in the center of the Arabian Sea, such as green algae and Aldeptomat, and the interaction and contribution to the elimination of And Destruction of the Food Chain and Ecosystem in the Sea of Oman