Bacterial And Algal Components Of Sediments Close To Sources Of Sewage Drainage In The Euphrates River, Anbar Governorate
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2020, Volume 7, Issue 8, Pages 1383-1392
AbstractSamples were collected from river mud close to the sediments of sewage estuaries that flow directly to the main river for most areas of Anbar Governorate, which starts from Al-Qaim district and is considered the beginning of the mouth of the Euphrates River from western Iraq to Fallujah in the east, with 9 regions (36 samples), which are (Al-Qaim - Al-Obaidi - Rawah - Anah - Haditha - Al-Baghdadi - Hit - Ramadi - Fallujah) over a range of about 400 km2, where samples were taken from October 2019 until June 2020 in four seasons (Fall - Winter - Spring – Summer).for site study of the phytoplankton community and its impact on the river water quality, comparing the characteristics in one season and then the four seasons.
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