Have you noticed change in sea colour at Dubai's Jumeirah beach?

Have you noticed change in sea colour at Dubais Jumeirah beach?

The colour will fade out within the next two days



By Compiled by Anita Iyer

Published: Sat 27 May 2017, 11:33 AM

Last updated: Fri 23 Jun 2017, 4:38 PM

Don't worry if you have seen a change in the sea colour at Jumeriah beach recently. The Dubai Municipality has got it covered.
This morning they put a post on Instagram addressing the issue. The post reads - "We have noticed yesterday morning that the sea colour in some areas of Jumeirah beaches have changed. A specialized technical team from the Environment Department conducted the required tests and it turned out that this is one type of Algal Blooms (Trichodesmium Erythraeum Bloom) which is not harmful and will fade within the next two days.
Algal blooms, according to our online search, is a rapid increase in the population of algae in water that is recorgnised by the discolouration in the water from their pigments.
As the Dubai Municipality has mentioned in their post, it is not harmful and will gradually fade away.
So, go ahead hit the beach this weekend without any worries.
 

 
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