• Marine

    Fasht Al Jarim Island Refuge EIA, Bahrain

    An Environmental Impact Assessment of an island refuge to be constructed towards the north-east section of Fasht Al Jarim, some 26km off the coast of Bahrain.  Intended purely for the use of fishermen, its location was chosen due to its strategic position between the mainland of Bahrain and offshore fishing

  • Marine

    Marine Ecological Survey, Oman

    A marine environmental scoping survey on the proposed upgrade and development of Hasik village in the Sultanate of Oman.  The key aim of the study was to provide an insight into the baseline marine ecology of the study area (particularly the identification of overall ecological sensitivity).

  • Marine

    Marine Ecological Survey, Bahrain

    A Marine Ecological Survey and Assessment in the near shore waters along the south-eastern coastline of Bahrain at the Durrat Al Bahrain project site at Hadd Al Jamal.  This survey provided supplementary information to Environment Arabia’s previous EIA report on the marine environment following dredging and reclamation activities that have

  • Marine

    Pearl of the Gulf, Qatar

    An ecological survey within the adjacent environment of the proposed Pearl of the Gulf Development in Doha, Qatar.  The development will require extensive dredging and land reclamation within a region which is thought to contain both seagrass and algal communities.  The requirement for an ecological survey was an integral condition

  • Marine

    Marine Ecological Survey, Qatar

    A marine ecological survey at Port Messaeid, Qatar.  During the survey, a number of survey dives were carried out according to H.S.E diving regulations in addition to the placement and recovery of submerged current and CTD meters.  The surveys were conducted as part of an EIA for the expansion of

  • Marine

    Red Sea Coastal Zone Management Plan, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

    Production of the Red Sea Tourism Coastal Zone Management Plan (CZMP). The aim of producing the CZMP was to ensure sustainable development within the study area (i.e. to utilise the available resources in an effective, controllable and sustainable manner to generate revenue for the economy).  The study included marine ecological

  • Marine

    Tubli Bay Rehabilitation Study, Phase 1 Environmental Investigation, Bahrain

    A study to assess the current status of the environment and land use of Tubli Bay and the surrounding coastline. The objective of this study was to review all available studies or data on Tubli Bay with respect to identifying its current and possible future shoreline boundaries, as well as

  • Marine

    Marine Ecological Survey, Bahrain

    Marine ecological surveys of Diyaar Al Muharraq reclamation development off the east coast of Muharraq, Bahrain. Baseline marine surveys and environmental monitoring for the reclamation and proposed borrow areas were undertaken.  A number of survey methods were used, including: diver recording; grab sampling of both sediment and infauna; drop video

  • Marine

    Environmental Baseline Surveys, Dubai

    An environmental baseline report for the World development in Dubai. Secondary data was compiled in a number of areas, including, but not limited to, hydrodynamics, sediment transport, water quality and marine ecology.  As part of the study, primary marine survey data from the World site and associated dredging borrow areas,