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Title: 

STUDY OF RED TIDE DEVELOPING IN THE PERSIAN GULF AND OMAN SEA USING REMOTE SENSING DATA FROM MODIS SENSOR

Type: PAPER
Author(s): HAMZEI SAMAD*
 
 *ISLAMIC AZAD UNIVERSITY OF BANDARABBS
 
Name of Seminar: INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON COASTS, PORTS AND MARINE STRUCTURES (ICOPMAS) PORTS & MARITIME ORGANIZATION
Type of Seminar:  CONFERENCE
Sponsor:  PORTS AND MARITIME ORGANIZATION
Date:  2010Volume 9
 
 
Abstract: 

INTRODUCTION: PROBLEMS ASSOCIATED WITH RED TIDE OR BLOOMS OF UNICELLULAR MARINE ALGAE, KNOWN AS HARMFUL ALGAL BLOOM (HAB), ARE GLOBAL AND APPEAR TO BE INCREASING IN SEVERITY AND EXTENT. THIS PHENOMENON HAVE MANY ECONOMIC, ECOLOGICAL, AND HUMAN HEALTH IMPACTS, SUCH AS MASS MORTALITIES OF FISH AND MARINE MAMMALS; ECONOMIC LOSS DUE TO REDUCED TOURISM, FISH STOCKS, AND SHELLFISH HARVESTS; AND A SUITE OF PUBLIC HEALTH PROBLEMS ASSOCIATED WITH THE CONSUMPTION OF CONTAMINATED FISH AND SHELLFISH, IN ADDITION TO DIRECT EXPOSURE TO TOXINS. [1]
REMOTE SENSING WITH SATELLITE IS BENEFICIAL WAY FOR IDENTITY PHENOMENON THAT OCCURS IN SURFACE WATERS AND LANDS. THE MOST COMMON METHOD FOR IDENTIFYING A RED TIDE IS ESTIMATING THE TOTAL CHLOROPHYLL USING ONE OF THE SEVERAL STANDARDS REMOTE SENSING CHLOROPHYLL ALGORITHMS. [2]

 
Keyword(s): RED TIDE, PERSIAN GULF, REMOTE SENSING, MODIS SENSOR
 
 
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