• Marine Ecosystems of Oman

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Zooplankton of Oman Coastal Waters

Zooplankton forms the main food of most of the young and adult fish species
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Omani fisheries

Oman is one of the most important countries engaged in fishing in the Middle East
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Tropical Cyclone Keila

Tropical Storm Keila came ashore in Oman on Thursday, November 3, 2011
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Chlorophyll concentration

Chlorophyll a concentration is an index of phytoplankton biomass
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Sea gliders

Glider's information allows scientists to understand what organisms and species have played the most important role in the formation of
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Coastal and Shelf Ecosystems of Oman

Our research is aimed at advanced understanding of mesoscale, seasonal and climate driven variabilityof coastal and shelf ecosystems of Oman. Basic approach involves 4 parallel lines of activity: retrospective data analysis, field sampling, remote sensing, and modeling. In retrospective analysis, the data from onboard measurements we assembled, have incorporated  over 90 expeditions carried out by USA, UK, Germany, Japan and other countries in the western Arabian Sea, from 1950 to 2012:

Western Arabian Sea map

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Barr Al Hikman

The intertidal ecosystem of Barr Al Hikman in the Sultanate of Oman is one of the last large pristine wetlands in the Middle-East. Barr Al Hikman is of major importance as a nursery and feeding area for shrimps, fishes, crabs and green turtles and it is the most important wetland for shorebirds in the Middle-East.

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Marine Ecosystems of Oman

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