العنوان باللغة الأجنبية:
Using an International Monitoring Net for Hydrocarbon Chlorinated Compounds at Syrian Sea Water
لمحة عن المقال باللغة الأجنبية:
This study aims to estimate the level of hydrocarbon chloride pollutants at Syrian coast in two kinds of mussels: Brachidontes Variabilis, and Mytilus galloprovincialis (monitoring organisms). This project has been achieved in 2007 with the corporation of many specific marine research centers (Mediterranean corporation). These two kinds of organism were collected from Lebanese, Greece and Syrian coasts; then, they are put in cages to be fixed later at three zones of the Syrain coast (al-Hamidia, Ras-Albassit, Lattakia City). The results showed the efficiency of these cages to observe the organic pollutants in marine water. Al-Hamidia Zone was doubly polluted with DDTs (10.31 ng/g) comparatively with other studded zones. While the concentrations of DDE, BHCH, p, p, and Endirn were higher in al-Hamidia and al-Bassit Zone, the Lattakian satiation was the most polluted zone with Endosulfane, HCB, and p, p, DDD. The PCBs compounds in Brachidontes variabilis were as suite: PCB-194, PCB-128, PCB-199, PCB-153, which they are the most concentrated in Brachidontes variabilis.