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Research Article

Assessing the Ecological Risk of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons in Sediments at Langkawi Island, Malaysia

Table 1

Sampling locations and their associated water depths.

NumberSampling station Station nameDepth (meter)Latitude (N)Longitude (E)

1S1Kuah Jetty306° 18′ 22.9′′099° 51′ 02.0′′
2S2Kilim Jetty106° 24′ 18.4′′099° 51′ 31.0′′
3S3Telaga Harbour306° 22′ 03.6′′099° 41′ 07.0′′
4S4Porto Malai Jetty306° 15′ 57.5′′099° 44′ 13.3′′
5S5Fish farm I-11106° 13′ 42.9′′099° 46′ 47.8′′
6S6Fish farm I-21106° 13′ 52.9′′099° 45′ 40.8′′
7S7Fish farm I-31106° 14′ 12.9′′099° 47′ 07.8′′
8S8Fish farm II-11006° 12′ 48.0′′099°.45′ 32.5′′
9S9Fish farm II-21006° 12′ 48.0′′099°.45′ 42.5′′
10S10Fish farm III1106° 16′ 39.6′′099° 48′ 15.2′′

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