Volume 2, Issue 2, Autumn 2007, Page 96-179
Volume 2, Issue 2, Pages 96-109
the phytoplankton community in six stations of three restored marshes in southern iraq, was studied (um alnaaj, taraba, amia, wineas, burkah, and saddah) during the period from summer 2004 to spring 2005. we recognized 85.89 and 64 species in huwayzah, suq shuyukh and east hammar marshes respctively.
Volume 2, Issue 2, Pages 110-118
in this paper, we present the results of a study that was carried out in three governorates in southern Iraq (basrah, missan, and thi qar) in 2006. the study aimed at examining the burden of cancer as a cause of death in these governorates during selected years from the 1980s, 1990s and the first decade of this century. the data were obtained from all death registration offices in the three governorates. each death was checked and deaths for which cancer written as the cause were compiled.
study the corrosion effect of some fungal species from shatt al-arab water against mild steel and brass metals In vitro
Volume 2, Issue 2, Pages 119-136
this study included isolating some species of fungi from samples of shatt al-arab water and choiced five species to study their ability for the corrosion of mild steel and brass metals.
determination of mercury in aquatic plants, waters and sediments of the southern marshes of Iraq (al-amarah and al-basrah) and shatt al-arab river by cold vapor atomic absorption
Volume 2, Issue 2, Pages 137-146
a cold vapor atomic absorption spectrometry was used for the determination of mercory levels in different sites of al-amarah, al-basrah marshes and shatt al-arab river.
Volume 2, Issue 2, Pages 147-154
the harmful effect of diazinon and two anionic detergents on valuable fish rutilus frisii kutum individually and in mixed concentration under laboratory condition have been detemined
Volume 2, Issue 2, Pages 155-170
trace metals cd, co, cu, fe, mn, ni, pb, and zn, was determined in water and sediments from southern Iraqi wetlands represented by marshes, (al-hawiezh , center and al-hammar) shatt al-arab barmat ali and northern arabian gulf. subsurface water samples and bottom sediments were collected from each site of sampling on a seasonal basis during the period july/2004 to jult/2005.
Volume 2, Issue 2, Pages 171-179
to facilitate the effective protection of valuable environmental systems subjected to anthropogenic activities ther must be a basic understanding og three areas, these are: how the variety of biological components of the ecosystem are exposed to stress.