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Mon, Aug 17 | Zoom

Marine Ecosystems of the Red Sea

The Red Sea has a number of unique marine habitats, including sea grass beds, saltpans, mangroves, coral reefs and saltmarshes. The Red Sea Project aims to protect the Red Sea's natural resources from destruction and to maintain respect for the ecological, geomorphologic, sacred or aesthetic..
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Aug 17, 2020, 7:00 PM – 7:45 PM GMT+2
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The Red Sea has a number of unique marine habitats, including sea grass beds, saltpans, mangroves, coral reefs and saltmarshes. The Red Sea Project aims to protect the Red Sea's natural resources from destruction and to maintain respect for the ecological, geomorphologic, sacred or aesthetic attributes which warrants designation. In this FREE webinar we will introduce you to the marine ecosystems of the Red Sea and biodiversity.

Speaker: Ahmed Fouad

Founder of Red Sea Project / PADI Master Instructor and Commission Member of the World Commission on Protected Areas of the IUCN - the International Union for Conservation of Nature. specialties of Management Effectiveness Network, Marine Network, North Africa, West Asia and Middle East Region, Tourism and Protected Areas Network and IUCN WCPA-SSC Biodiversity and Protected Areas Network.

RED SEA PROJECT™

EDUCATION | OBSERVATION | CONSERVATION

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