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Baseline monitoring gastropods in the intertidal zone of Qatar - target species and bioindicators for hyper-thermic and hyper-saline Conditions
( ARC Publications Pvt Ltd. , 2015 , Article)
The Arabian Gulf is subjected to some of the most intense sea water temperatures and salinity levels in the world. In an attempt to understand the distribution and species composition of gastropod assemblages which live ...
Nesting ecology of hawksbill turtles, Eretmochelys imbricata, in an extreme environmental setting
( Public Library of Science , 2018 , Article)
Relatively few details of hawksbill turtle (Eretmochelys imbricata) nesting ecology exist within the Arabian Gulf. Moreover, little is known about how their nesting dynamics compare to nesting populations throughout the ...
Modern problems in marine biodiversity records-illustrated by the case of the Caribbean Pelia mutica (Gibbes, 1850) confirmed in Brazil
( Cambridge University Press , 2016 , Article)
This report confirms the presence of Pelia mutica in Brazil, extending its range by approximately 4000 km south to the southwestern Atlantic Ocean from its most southerly recorded distribution. The presence of this small ...
Feminization of hawksbill turtle hatchlings in the twenty-first century at an important regional nesting aggregation
( Inter Research , 2021 , Article)
Projected climate change is forecasted to have significant effects on biological systems worldwide. Marine turtles in particular may be vulnerable, as the sex of their offspring is determined by their incubating temperature, ...
Basic assessment of Portunus segnis (Forskål, 1775) – A baseline for stock management in the Western Arabian Gulf
( Elsevier , 2016 , Article)
Portunus segnis (Forskål, 1775) is the representative species of the Portunus pelagicus (Linnaeus, 1758) complex described as inhabiting the Arabian Gulf. It represents one of the most important decapod resources within ...