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Level of industrial and oil pollution in the Caspian Sea has reached a "critical level." With such a warning made yesterday expert from Iran, head of the research institute of the Caspian environment Porgholam Reza (Reza Pourgholam). This he told the Iranian news agency Fars, reports AFP.
Exploitation of oil and the movement of large oil tankers cause annual discharge 122 thousand 350 tons of oil polluting substances into the largest inland sea in the world, said R.Porgholam.
Sea poisoned many heavy metals, which are also dangerous as the hydrocarbons, he said, adding that "304 tons of
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Fishing Association Denmark announces the start of the flowering period of sea water, which is accompanied by the massive loss of fish. Brown water, saturated many unicellular algae has always characterized the spring to the east of Jutland.
In the early spring season sea trout fishing almost always historically been characterized by poor catches. The reason probably lies in an unusually extensive algal blooms in February and March, caused by the multiplication of toxic phytoplankton Chatonella, that at high concentrations it can cause even death of the fish. In this regard, the Danish Union of Fishermen encourages its members to
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Exclusive Interview with President AZE.az GNFE, chairman of the International Committee on Global Change subsurface Professor Elchin Khalilov.
Courage, fortitude, humility and generosity, which met the Japanese greatest catastrophe of our time — cause great respect and great compassion of people around the world. Qualities inherent in this historically hardworking and dedicated people, once again helped him to unite in a single monolithic force together to survive and withstand the elements. But will this highly civilized, industrialized and economically developed country to cope with the cataclysm, the consequences of which have stirred the entire planet?
The catastrophic earthquake in Japan,
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Scientists are predicting that the elements could completely destroy civilization.
The famous British geologist Derek Alger wrote that "the history of any one part of the earth, like the life of a soldier, consists of long periods of boredom and short moments of terror." These words immediately come to mind when you look at reports from Japan, and earlier — from Haiti.
In the depths of our planet continuously rage processes that change the face of the planet. And if they occur rapidly, and terrible earthquakes element turns into the ruins of the city, devastating entire regions,
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In the north-east Japan, where still occur underground point, suffer not only people, but animals. Scientists are talking about possible harm to the environment and animals. And, as it turns out, birds and fish have predicted an earthquake a few months before it happened. As is now feeling the flora and fauna of Japanese islands, which clarifies the correspondent of "Vesti FM" Anna Semkina.
Flora and fauna of Japan in mild anxiety, because not only shook the earth, but also water and even air. To the credit of the fish that live in the Pacific Ocean, they tried to
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Gulf Stream stopped. Specialists make startling predictions!
News Canada. Gianluigi Zangar was right. Further research stunned — Gulfstream changed the trajectory of its own course! Power and speed — increased. It is winter in Canada in mid-February, has turned into spring, with a temperature of 10, but still tepid rain!
Recently, a theoretical physicist Gianluigi Zangar, who works at the Italian Institute, reported that the Gulf Stream will stop its flow. Parliament of Canada in earnest afraid this forecast, and created a special commission to ascertain what is really going with the flow.
To do this, put together professionals
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Washington, Feb. 20. At the bottom of the Gulf of Mexico is a large amount of oil received from emergency wells British company BP. This was stated by Samantha Joey from the University of Georgia, presenting as evidence photos taken in December from a submarine, broadcast "News." According to Joey oil, literally "stuck" to the bottom, still has a devastating impact on the flora and fauna, and not melted or dissolved, as stated earlier. Joey also showed footage of the dead were sealed from the oil deep water organisms. The accident in the Gulf of Mexico occurred because of greed
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Leopard population in Russia is restored, now live in a country of about 50 individuals, scientists have recorded four new individuals, the head of the Kremlin administration, Sergei Ivanov.
"We managed to prevent extinction. Slowly, slowly, but the leopard population begins to grow," — said Ivanov at a meeting of the Supervisory Board of the Eurasian center study, preservation and restoration of the leopards.
According to him, the scientists recorded the four previously encountered cats, two of them juveniles, who recently left her mother, but remained within the national park.
The head of the Kremlin administration, said that in April,
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On the Antarctic Peninsula massively migrating king crabs that used to be held away from the cold waters. But climate change could cause a change in the whole ecosystem.
King crabs like cold sea water, but at a certain temperature, they can not take magnesium absorbed by sea water.
Therefore, up to this point they have never met in the cold waters off the coast of Antarctica. But in recent months the temperature has changed radically.
Crabs began to invade sea urchins living peacefully in the waters surrounding the Antarctic Peninsula.
Scientists are surprised, because they were
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Almost a third of all shark species are threatened with extinction, while the main leaders of the country to lay their catch measures to preserve their numbers, said Thursday environmental program TRAFFIC. "A decade after the adoption of the UN Food and Agriculture Organization of the international plan to conserve sharks about 30% of all shark species are threatened with extinction. This indicates that the plan has yet to be done, "- said the international conservation organization.
This conclusion was made after the research organization of the twenty largest catch of sharks States miners and measures to preserve the number
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