Photos of corals in the Gulf of Aqaba courtesy Prof. Maoz Fine, Bar-Ilan University

Global warming (Bar-Ilan U.) : Northern Red Sea corals live close to the threshold of resistance to cold temperature

Coral reefs are one of the most biologically diverse ecosystems on earth. In the northern Red Sea and Gulf of Aqaba corals also have...

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(Français) Eilat : Bar-Ilan U. (Israël) montre que la pollution lumineuse côtière perturbe l’horloge biologique des coraux

New research in Eilat shows that artificial light at night from surrounding tourist attractions has negative effects on corals As the global population continues...

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Corals in the Gulf of Aqaba (Photo Ove Hoegh-Guldberg)

Bar-Ilan U. (Israel): International experts call for immediate action to save the world’s most resilient corals

Despite political tensions between countries along the Red Sea, researchers band together to call upon UNESCO to declare the Red Sea’s entire coral reef...

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Green Light for Red-Dead Sea Pipeline Project in 2018

he $10 billion Red Sea-Dead Sea project will see the joining of two oceans in the Middle East to transport millions of cubic metres...

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Le Ministre Hazim El Naser et le Ministre Silvan Shalom

Israel and Jordan Sign Agreement on the First Stage of the Red Sea and Dead Sea Water Project

Regional Cooperation Minister Silvan Shalom, today (Thursday, 26 February 2015), signed the ‘Seas Canal’ agreement with Jordanian Water and Irrigation Minister Hazim El-Naser at...

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