Application of the photocatalytic remediation system in Gilthead seabream nursery rearing (RAS seawater system)
Marine Science Department at Suez Canal University is a leading oceanography department in Egypt with very unique location centered on Suez Canal at Ismailia city.
The Marine Science Department established in 1986 through an European Projects between Suez Canal University in Egypt and Liverpool University in UK. The department run a filed station located on the Red Sea at Sharm Elshiekh with wet laboratory facilities, accommodation and various laboratories. All of this, in addition to filed surveying and sampling zodiacs, boats and diving center.
The department is located at the Biology building on the Faculty of sciences in Ismailia with facilities of sampling and surveying at the Suez Canal by generous support and arrangements by Suez Canal Authority.
The department is led by a galaxy of professors covering the entire marine sciences specialties from ecology to molecular biology in addition to marine geology, physics and chemistry. The research activities within the department are covering all the matrices at Suez Canal, Red and Mediterranean seas. Furthermore, the research focuses on Coral reefs, mangroves, sea grasses and other communities and ecosystems. The research groups included aquaculture and fisheries beside fish biology at Red Sea, Suez Canal and Mediterranean sea for fin fish and invertebrates.
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