This book will describe heavy metals pollution of Lake Burullus (Ramsar Site), Egypt. Furthermore, the water quality will also evaluated. The obtained result of the book will be useful to the optimal management of this important protected area in the Mediterranean coast of Egypt.The lake is shallow and had a mean depth of about 1m.The lake receives drainage water from nine drains namely; Burullus, khashaa, tera , Drain 7, Drain 8, Drain 9 and Drain11, west burullus drain and zaghlol drain in addition to Brinbal Canal which opens into the western region of the lake and receives its water from Rosetta Branch of the Nile.
Mamdouh Salem Serag
Prof. Serag completed his PhD in Ecology from Mansoura-Lund Universities Channel System 1989. Currently working as professor of Ecology at Damietta University. He published more than 106 research papers in national and international journals and 9 e- books. He is interested in plant diversity and management of natural resources.
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LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
Lake Pollution Burullus Lake, Ramsar site, Mediteranean coast of Egypt, Egypt
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / General