SCENRSupreme Council of Environment & Natural Reserves (Qatar)
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A recent study conducted by the SCENR reveals that the temperature of the sea water has been touching 36.7 degree Celsius in recent times.
Al-Sharq quoted SCENR Secretary-General Khaled al-Ali as saying the programme also aimed at dealing with cross-border incidents such as nuclear reactor accidents like the 1986 Chernobyl disaster.
Ali said the IAEA will cover the building costs while the SCENR will cover the costs of the operation centres.
A press release issued the SCENR indicated that Iran's Bushehr nuclear power plant to be on stream in 2007 - which is closer to Kuwait, Qatar and the other GCC states than to Tehran - and nuclear powered aircraft carriers crossing the Gulf waters were among the major threats.
A recent study by the Supreme Council of Environment and Natural Reserves (SCENR) says that the disappearance of the mangroves caused the temperature of the seawater to rise to 36.7 degree Celsius.