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Since the Suez Channel’s enlargement biologists warn of a mass migration of Red Sea fish into the Mediterranean’s fragile ecosystem.


On the 6th of August 2015, the enlargement of the Suez Channel was inaugurated. The Suez Canal is one of the most important waterways in the world: 17483 ships transited in 2015. It is also the most potent corridor for invasions by marine species known in the world. Continue reading Since the Suez Channel’s enlargement biologists warn of a mass migration of Red Sea fish into the Mediterranean’s fragile ecosystem.

OPERATIVE ASSESSMENT OF HYDROCARBON POTENTIAL OF ZOHR PROSPECT IN THE MEDITERRANEAN SEA (SHOROUK BLOCK, EGYPT OFFSHORE) BY THE FREQUENCY-RESONANCE METHOD OF THE REMOTE SENSING DATA PROCESSING AND INTERPRETATION


By Ignat Nikolayevch Korchagin ,writing for researchgate.net (Created: 2015-09-26 T 12:00:46 UTC) –
English ,Russian study
In late August, the Italian company Eni announced the discovery of a major gas field in the Mediterranean Sea
This discovery caused a huge resonance in the media. In numerous comments that event (discovery) is
discussed and analyzed from the various aspects energetic, economic, political, etc.

Continue reading OPERATIVE ASSESSMENT OF HYDROCARBON POTENTIAL OF ZOHR PROSPECT IN THE MEDITERRANEAN SEA (SHOROUK BLOCK, EGYPT OFFSHORE) BY THE FREQUENCY-RESONANCE METHOD OF THE REMOTE SENSING DATA PROCESSING AND INTERPRETATION