- Date: 3 April 2020
- Category: Fish Cage
- Address: United Arab Emirates
Hydrology of Persian Gulf
When onshore winds are strong, the level of the coastal waters, particularly in the southern gulf, may rise by as much as 8 feet (2.4 metres), causing extensive flooding of the low sebkhas. Tidal currents are strong (5 miles [8 km] per hour) at the entrance of the gulf but elsewhere—except between islands or in estuaries and lagoon entrances—rarely exceed one to 2 miles (3 km) per hour. The wind affects local currents and sometimes reverses them. Waves rarely exceed 10 feet in height and are the largest in the southern gulf.
Taking the physical features, maintenance and farming into full consideration, we selected HDPE C60 as pens. Below are the key specifications.
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