Unusual natural phenomenon on the shores of Lake Michigan

09.03.2013

 

During the past week, on the shores of Lake Michigan, there were huge blocks of ice the size of a basketball. The weight of some of them reached 35 kilograms. Experts say that something like this happens more than once in ten years, but the emergence of such large balls put them in a deadlock.

 

 

Rounded objects are formed

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Martian lakes may contain fossils fossils

Martian lakes may contain fossils fossils Facts

Judging by the lakes and oceans in the northern hemisphere of Mars in the distant past the planet had water. In a recent study by NASA and the European Space Agency by Brown University found that about one-third of the former lakes contain deposits of clay, very similar to fossils of living organisms on Earth. Further study of these lakes is important for science, as in future Mars missions can be organized astrobiologists to search for signs of life on the red planet.

The hypothesis is that if Mars was habitable planet, the

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Glacial lakes in the Himalayas are more dangerous

Glacial lakes in the Himalayas are more dangerous Danger Zone

Curious enough to watch the Imja glacier lake grows clumps of snow falling from the mountain tops. But the lake is one of the most dangerous areas in the Himalayas.

If the lake, situated at an altitude of 5100 kilometers in Nepal, breaks through the glacial deposits, known as moraine, it will flood the area at a distance of 60 miles, flooding the fields and houses of coal dust (culm) up to 15 meters high. But the issue is more likely is not, under any circumstances, but when it happens.

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This year’s first issue of juvenile peled produced in Novgorod region

Sept. 26, at Lake Pestovskoye (Demyansk district of Novgorod region) were produced 8,000 pieces of 78 yearling peled.  Issues of this type of fish are produced only in the fall and took the first time this year. Fingerlings are grown in hatcheries Nicholas them. VP Vrasskogo and released at their own expense. The press service of the North-West Federal Agency for Fishery Management. Nicholas hatchery engaged in the cultivation and recruitment of fish species has been for 160 years. Peled was played at the plant since the 50s of the last century.

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Gorkovsky fishery (Yamal) spent stocking the lake

Gorkovsky fishery (s.Gorki, Shuryshkarsky district, Yamal) conducted an experiment by stocking the lake. The Deputy Director of the Department of agriculture, trade and food Yamal Vladimir Tverdovskiy. He said that in the area chosen Shuryshkar lake with clear water and good forage base. The lake is not zamornoe, that is, during the winter it hit the keys, the water remains fresh. Scientists have confirmed the biological rationale for selection. The task was to minimize the number of predators in the lake — perch and pike. "There is a worldwide practice: to create the conditions for future offspring, predators

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Fifth Lake Omskvinproma

13.01.2004

13.01.2004

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Scientists Omsk, Novosibirsk, Moscow found that in the Omsk region, near the village of Okunevaya Muromtsevsky district, there is an anomalous zone. Where are lakes created by a meteorite, centuries accumulated spiritual energy of our ancestors * _

So it is no coincidence Muromtsevsky anomaly has attracted

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11.05.12.Vodoemy the Middle Urals became a cemetery. Video

Animals

Updated May 11

Source: Television Agency Urals

Yekaterinburg, June 11 (New Region, Ignat Bakin) — In the Middle Urals was massive fish kills in ponds. Dozens of lakes and rivers have become a "cemetery" residents fauna.

Photo from "Uralfishing"

As the correspondent of "New Region", in relevant online forums for fishermen are sounding the alarm. Urals to the onset of heat and release water from the ice began to gradually open the summer season, but in many lakes and rivers they expected a shock. Coastlines dozen dead fish ponds are covered.

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Bulgaria. Dead fish cover the bottom of lakes and rivers Meschitsa

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02.09.12.Ot Meshitsa lakes and rivers in the last days is a bad smell of decay. People in the nearby village of Meshitse Acts shove their noses into handkerchiefs on the streets, so as not to breathe the stench. As it turned out, the reason the mass death of fish, whose corpses littered the bottom of lakes and rivers. Ekoinspektory saw the cause of what happened in the earthquake on May 22, resulting in a crack in the dam. Through it, the water abated from the lake, which led to massive fish kills.

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In the waters of Udmurtia mass fish die

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Photo: fish2you.ru

5.03.11.V Karakulino lakes area perch and rudd suffocate under the ice. Local fish farmers this year banned the artificial aeration basins. On the mass death of fish in the newspaper "Center" Report of one of the largest fish in Udmurtia enterprises. In Karakulino area SUE Rybhoz "Kama" produces fish in the so-called neshnurovannyh lakes — reservoirs, which are formed as a result of spills Kama. The water is stagnant. Winter due to rotting of aquatic vegetation, it is saturated with hydrogen sulphide, and the fish starts to choke.

— This situation every year, but we

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Greenland may slip into the sea

Greenland may slip into the sea It is interesting

University of Colorado at Boulder said that, like melting snow, sliding off the roofs of houses, the Greenland ice cap may move closer to the ocean, driven by water that collects in the lake directly on the surface of the ice.

Superlednikovoe lakes formed on the surface of a glacier in Greenland.

If this happens, the consequences for coastal residents will stunning, because such a move certainly would raise the water level in the ocean.

What is so alarmed scientists? Summer water produced from the melting of the upper parts of

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