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World of Change: Shrinking Aral Sea : Feature Articles

World of Change: Shrinking Aral Sea : Feature Articles | Arel Sea Research | Scoop.it
A massive irrigation project has devastated the Aral Sea over the past 50 years. These images show the decline of the Southern Aral Sea in the past decade, as well as the first steps of recovery in the Northern Aral Sea.
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The Aral Sea Crisis

The Aral Sea Crisis | Arel Sea Research | Scoop.it
In the last 60+ years the Aral Sea has suffered irreparable damage from an unnatural disaster.
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Aral Sea (lake, Central Asia)

Aral Sea (lake, Central Asia) | Arel Sea Research | Scoop.it
A once-large saltwater lake straddling the boundary between Kazakhstan to the north and Uzbekistan to the south. The shallow Aral Sea was formerly the world’s fourth largest body of inland water. It nestles...
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Uzbekistan’s Dying Aral Sea Resurrected as Tourist Attraction - Inter Press Service

Uzbekistan’s Dying Aral Sea Resurrected as Tourist Attraction - Inter Press Service | Arel Sea Research | Scoop.it
"I’m going for a swim," says Pelle Bendz, a 52-year-old Swede, as he rummages in the jeep for his bathing trunks. The other tourists look at him, bewildere
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Aral Sea Recovery?

Aral Sea Recovery? | Arel Sea Research | Scoop.it
With help from the government, the World Bank, and scientists, the northern part of the Aral has started to make a recovery. There are fish in the water again, and for the past four years, fishermen have gathered to celebrate.
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How the Aral Sea - once half the size of England - has dried up

How the Aral Sea - once half the size of England - has dried up | Arel Sea Research | Scoop.it
The shrinking of the sea, which has dried up to 10 per cent of its original size, has been described by U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon as 'one of the planet's most shocking disasters.'
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