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Meeting of the Regional Task Force on Eutrophication and HABs, 16-18 Jan. 2018, Muscat, Oman

Marine Biodiversity of the ROPME Sea Area

Biodiversity of the ROPME Sea Area (RSA) consists of a number of different individual species of organisms living in a variety of marine ecosystems. They are ecological, economical and socio-cultural importance, and also conservational importance when they become in threatened levels.  The RSA provides the largest inhabitable space for a variety of fauna and flora. They live in habitat ranging from exposed beaches to the open sea environment which includes the benthic deep and shallow subtidal habitats, intertidal habitats; rocky, sandy and muddy shores; pelagic, mesopelagic and demersal habitats.  The important group of biodiversity of RSA and the conservation management efforts taken to preserve certain biotic resources are briefed in the modules.





2018 Poster Drawing Competition (click Events->News for details)





2017 Environment Day of the Region April 24, 2017. Join the Competition for drawing, essay and video film





Meeting of the Regional Task Force on Eutrophication and HABs, 16-18 Jan. 2018, Muscat, Oman





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