Chemical Studies of Water Samples Collected from Area Extended between Ras Al –Halal and El Haniea, Libya
Asian Journal of Applied Chemistry Research,
The present study aimed to investigate chemical formulations of water samples collected from area extended between Ras Al–Halal and El Haniea, Libya. The geographic location of the Mediterranean governs the water temperature and salinity. The hot climate of the eastern basin raises the water temperature, causing increased evaporation and high salinities. The present study included visiting the study sites (8 stations on the eastern coast of Libya) during winter and summer seasons 2019. The concentration of different water quality parameters was analyzed and reported accordingly. The palnktonic composition was also evaluated.
- Chemical formulations
- palnktonic composition
- water quality
- Mediterranean Sea
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