Causes of fish perishing in local water

Most technical reports, made by international, regional and local authorities, explained that the most common cause of fish perishing is oxygen depletion, i.e. solved oxygen in water due to a die-off of the phytoplankton and decomposition. These reports also showed that the main cause of this phenomenon is the algae Cochlodinium polykrikoides.

This is further explained in the following schedule:

Sr. Report Name Executing Authority Algae causing fish perishing Fisk perishing causes
1 A report of red tide phenomenon (Phytoplankton Bloom) in Fujairah Beach.
October 29 – 31, 2008.
Environment Public Authority, Kuwait Pyridiniumbahamensevar.compressum
Cochlodiniumpolykrikoides
Oxygen depletion in deep water
2 Microscopic test of samples collected from Fujairah sea.
October 30, 2008
UAEU, Faculty of Science, Life Sciences Department Gymnodiniumsp --
3 A field report about fish perishing in Fujairah fishing port.
October 28,2008
Environment Agency, Abu Dhabi Gymnodiniumsp Oxygen depletion in deep water
4 Preliminary notes about red tide in Dibba Al Hissin Asmak Gymnodiniumsp Oxygen depletion in cages
5 A draft report of harmful red tide and marine life die off in the country. Regional Organization for the Protection of the Marine Environment according to the report of Environment Public Authority, Kuwait Pyridiniumbahamensevar.compressum
Cochlodiniumpolykrikoides
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6 Algae existing in Fujairah.
November 17, 2008
United Nations University, Dubai HetersegmaSp 1.  Oxygen depletion.
2.  Toxins released from algae.
7 C.P. Phytoplankton blooming in the Gulf of Oman Ministry of Fisheries Wealth, Marine Science and Fisheries Centre
October – November, 2008.
Cochlodiniumpolykrikoides Oxygen depletion
8 A report of red tide phenomenon in the Eastern region of UAE Kuwait Institute for Scientific Research
November, 2008
Cochlodiniumpolykrikoides Oxygen depletion
9 A report of red tide phenomenon on the Iranian costs. Environmental Protection Agency
December, 2008
Cochlodiniumpolykrikoides Oxygen depletion
10 A report of red tide phenomenon Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, MA, USA Cochlodiniumpolykrikoides --