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Authors COMPARISON OF CHLOROPHYLL-A CONCENTRATION INCORAL REEF (PORITES) IN NAY BAND AND ASALOYEHMonir Haghighat - MsC - Coastal and Port Engineering Department -Ports & Maritime Organization
Mehdi Bolouki - Marine Sensitive area Expert - Deputy of Marine Environment-Department Of Environment of Iran
Abstract:Coral reefs which are the most important marine ecosystem have algal symbiosis in order togrow and survive. The coral reefs of the Persian Gulf are especially in danger of damage anddestruction because of the semi-enclosed structure of this Gulf and other geographicaldeterminants. Salinity, high temperature and extreme low tides are some of the factors thatharshly affect corals in this region .
Keywords:Persian Gulf, stress, photosynthesis pigments, coral's health
COI code: ICOPMAS11_365
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