Here’s Why the Color of Dubai’s Sea Has Changed

Via travelgourmande

 

Dubai’s Jumeirah Beach is one of most popular destinations in the region. Tourists and residents are known to up their tanning game there. So, when the color of the sea there started changing, many people started freaking out.

 

We here at Scoop Empire want to tell you that there’s nothing to worry about. Why, you say? Because The Dubai Municipality has got it covered.

 

. أكدت إدارة البيئة بأن تغير لون مياه البحر صباح الأمس في بعض الأجزاء من شواطئ منطقة جميرا هو نوع من أنواع ظاهرة الازدهار الطحلبي الموسمية غير الضارة من فصيلة (Trichodesmium erythraeum bloom)، والتي ستتلاشى خلال الأيام القادمة. وليس لها أية أضرار على صحة رواد الشواطئ، وقد قام فريق فني مختص من الإدارة بمعاينة المواقع وعمل الفحوصات المخبرية اللازمة. The Environment Department confirmed that the change in sea color yesterday morning in some areas of Jumeirah beaches was due to one type of algal blooms (Trichodesmium erythraeum bloom) which is not harmful and will fade in the coming days. This conclusion was based on the tests carried out by a specialized technical team from the department. #دبي #بلدية_دبي #إدارة_البيئة #شواطئ_دبي #طحالب #Dubai #mydubai #Dubaimunicipality #Environment_Department #Dubai_Beaches #Algalbloom

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“The Environment Department confirmed that the change in sea color yesterday morning in some areas of Jumeirah beaches was due to one type of algal blooms (Trichodesmium erythraeum bloom) which is not harmful and will fade in the coming days. This conclusion was based on the tests carried out by a specialized technical team from the department,” their Instagram post read.

 

 

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