The El Manzala region lies in the Dakhalia governorate and has been named after Lake Manzala. The Manzala town has bumpy and narrow streets and no. Introduction. Manzala Lake (Fig. 1) is the largest coastal lake in. Egypt which is a shallow brackish lake extending between the Damietta Nile River branch and. PDF | Lake Manzala is the biggest coastal lake in Egypt and the target of many different studies dated back probably to By screening the.
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The index of an individual pollutant is calculated as follows:. Distribution of heavy metals in contaminated water and bottom deposits of Manzala lake, Egypt. In the present study, antimony content depleted to undetected limit.
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Lake Manzala is long but quite shallow. Selenium is used to improve the abrasion resistance in vulcanized rubbers. The lowest value is recorded at middle and Western area of the lake, the median values are recorded near El-Serw agricultural drain, while industrial area in Port Said Governorate and Llake area of the lake represent the highest values where Bahr El-Baqar and Hadous drain the highest content extended toward the West of inlet Fig.
Selenium can reached to soils or an aquatic environment through weathering of rocks, aeolian deposition, fluvial input, suspension load and biological effect. Arsenic manala predominantly derived from geological sources and its consumption can cause chronic health. This ancient city is also mentioned in the Holy Bible and many Jews settled here in the sixth century B.
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The volcano erupted 3, years ago. The place was very fertile and was also famous for its fortresses and treasures. The toxic metals content of the investigated sediments are listed in Table 2. The manzaal values for arsenic selenium and tin are extended toward the industrial area in Port Said Governorate. Arsenic found in groundwater is considered as the largest environmental health disaster that goal to threaten people in the lake suburb.
Trace elements status in surficial sediments of Manzala lake, Egypt. Exposure may also occur by means of skin contact with soil or water that contains arsenic.
The health effects of selenium have been the objective of Hu et al. Selenium supplementation and cancer prevention. Lake Manzala water quality, impact assessment of sources of pollution.
Secondary analyses in a randomized clinical trial. Thesis, Cairo University, Egypt.
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The EF is computed using the following relationship:. Bottom sediments of Manzala lake, Egypt. The Suez Canal manzapa intersected by three Lakes: The city of Port Said which is on Lake Manzala was established in the 19th century to help in the construction of the Suez Canal and also as a travel point.
Tin in surficial bottom sediment of Manzala Lake ranged from ppm with an average 46 ppm. The lake has undergone many biological, chemical and physical changes in the past lakr.
Other uses of selenium are in metal alloys such as the lead plates used in storage batteries and in rectifiers to convert AC current in DC current. It is consider also an important part of the aquatic food chain.
Toxicological profile for arsenic. Generally, the lake turned into a sewage reservoir due to the dumping of sewage where, especially in the regions of Hadous and Bahr El-Baqar. The construction of the Suez Canal reached Manzala, proceeding from north to south.
Heavy metal distribution and controlling factors within coastal plain sediments, Bells Creek catchment, southeast Queensland, Australia. There are a number of cities that lie on Lake Manzala.
Quantity estimation of some contaminants in commonly used medicinal plants in the Egyptian market. Tin in canned food: