Heavy Metals, Algae and Microbial Activities in Marine Systems

Ahmed El Nemr (Editor)
Director of National Institute of Oceanography and Fisheries, Kayet Bey, El-Anfoushy, Alexandria, Egypt

Series: Environmental Research Advances
BISAC: SCI026000

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Heavy metals, algae, and microbial activities in marine systems are the main targets of this book. The book is divided into 8 sections and covers heavy metal assessment, bio-monitoring of organic pollutants, pollutant removal, biota, biological activity, algae, energy, and global systems and greenhouse environments. (Imprint: Nova)

Preface

Section 1: Heavy Metal Assessment

Chapter 1
Heavy Metals Concentrations in Biota of the Mediterranean Sea: A Review, Part I
(Azza Khaled, Ahmed El Nemr and Amany El Sikaily)

Chapter 2
Heavy Metals Concentrations in Biota of the Mediterranean Sea: A Review, Part II
(Azza Khaled, Ahmed El Nemr and Amany El Sikaily)

Chapter 3.
The Assessment of Some Heavy Metals in Edible Fish of El-Mex Bay, Alexandria, Egypt
(Azza Khaled)

Chapter 4.
The Distribution and Risk Assessment of Heavy Metals in Surface Sediments from the Mediterranean Coast (Egypt)
(Ahmed El Nemr, Manal M. El-Sadaawy, and Azza Khaled)

Chapter 5.
Heavy Metals in Suez Canal and Red Sea Gulfs, Review Article
(Ahmed M. M. Ibrahim and Mahmoud A. Abdelmenam)

Chapter 6. Heavy Metals and Total Hydrocarbons in the Surface Sediment of Hurghada Region; the Red Sea: Status, Sources, Distribution and Potential Risk
(Manal M. El-Sadaawy, Fadia A. Morsy, Hoda H.H. Ahdy, and Suzanne E.O. Draz)

Chapter 7
Dissolved Trace Metals in the Waters of Three Distinguished Parts of Abu-Kir Bay, Alexandria, Egypt
(Hayat M. Faragallah, Mona kh. Khalil and Mahmoud A. Ablelmoneim)

Chapter 8
Effect of Grilling Process on Heavy Metals Concentrations in Some Fish Muscles, Lake Qarun, Egypt
(S. M. Ibrahim, S.A. El-Sherif, and M. Abo-Taleb)

Section 2: Organic Pollutants

Chapter 9
Bio-Monitoring of Hydrocarbons in the Eastern Mediterranean Coast (Egypt)
(Fadia A.M. Morsy, Amany El Sikaily, and Ahmed El Nemr)

Section 3: Pollutants Removal

Chapter 10
Removal of Malachite Green from Aqueous Solution by Posedoniaoceanica (L.) as a Cheap Biosorbent
(Gamal Owes El-Sayed)

Section 4: Biota

Chapter 11
Age, Growth and Shell Morphometrics of the Top Shell Tectusdentatus (Trochidae: Prosobranchia) from Gemsha Bay, Red Sea
(Fatma A. Abdel-Razek, Mostafa A. M. Mahmoud, Mohamed H. Yassien, Saad Z. Mohamed, and Ali A. F. A. Gab-Alla)

Chapter 12
Mass Culture of the Harpacticoid Copepod Tisbebiminiensis Fed Inert Diets
(Aurelyanna C. B. Ribeiro and Lília P. Souza-Santos)

Chapter 13
Conservation Measures and the Effect of Fluoride on an Important Common Bivalve Paphia Textile Gmelin, 1791 in Egyptian Waters
(Neama A. Sallam, Ghada F. El-Said, and Manal M. El-Sadaawy)

Chapter 14
Effect of Environmental Stress on some Biochemical Changes and Microbial Profiles of Nile Tilapia (Oreochromisniloticus), Lake Burullus, Egypt
(Eman M. Yones, A.I. Basiony, T. A. Al-Betarand, and S.M. Ibrahim)

Section 5: Biological Activity

Chapter 15
Bacterial Bioactive Compounds from Marine Resources
(Hanan Abd-Elnaby)

Chapter 16
Halo-Alkalliphilic Actinomycetes from Solar Salt Works in India: Diversity and Antimicrobial Activity
(John Selesteen Charles Adlin Jenifer, Maria Thason Birdilla Selva Donio, VijayaragavanThanga Viji, Subramanian Velmurugan, Mariavincent Michael Babu, Sathiyadhss Albindhas, and Thavasimuthu Citarasu)

Chapter 17
Ethanol-Induced Hepatopathy in Rats
(Aziza A. Saad, ElhassanMokhamer, Mohamed Abdel Mohsen, and GaylanFadaly)

Chapter 18
Metal (II) Complexes of Oxime Ligand: Synthesis, Characterization and Biological Activity
(Abdou Saad El-Tabl, Mohamed Ibrahim El-Hofy, Amal Mohamed Anwar, and Hussein Ali Mohamed)

Section 6: Algae

Chapter 19
Harmful Algal Blooms and Toxins Impact on the Environment
(Ahmed Mohamed M. Ibrahim)

Chapter 20

The Abundance, Density and Assemblages of the Amphipod Cymadusafilosa in the Different Macro-Algal Habitats in Northern Hurghada, Red Sea, Egypt
(Tarek A. A. Mohammed, El Sayed A. E. Hamed, Mohamed M.A. Zaid, and Fatma A. Abdel Razek)

Section 7: Energy

Chapter 21
Demand for Energy Efficient, Eco-Friendly Environment, Applications and Sustainable Development
(Abdeen Mustafa Omer)

Section 8: Global System and Greenhouses Environment

Chapter 22
Global Scenarios about Lifestyle and Technology, the Sustainable Future of the Global System and Greenhouses Environment: Helping Agriculture and Horticulture Through Technology, Energy Efficiency and Environmental Protection 3
(Abdeen Mustafa Omer)

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