Aral Sea

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a lake to the east of the Caspian Sea lying between Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan


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The forecasted indicators of incomes and expenditures of the Aral Sea Region Development Fund under the Ministry of Finance of the Republic of Uzbekistan were approved, according to the protocol of the Commission for the implementation of targeted programs financed by the Development Fund of the Priaralie Region under the Ministry of Finance of the Republic of Uzbekistan on June 6, 2017.
We have reached an agreement on joint actions for saving the Aral Sea.
The countries can jointly address such neglected problems as the ecological catastrophe of the Aral Sea basin, which all Central Asian republics have pledged to save and restore.
The Aral Sea block contains gas and includes a continuation of the Zaunguz-Murgab Graben, along which East Turkmenistan's super-giant Dauletabad gas field is located (see Dauletabad in gmt13TurkmProd26Sep16 and gmt14TurkmGasExpts3Oct16).
The IFAS, established in 1990s in Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan, aims at financing joint projects and programs to save the Aral Sea and improve the ecological situation there.
In the year 1993, the states of the Central Asia where the Aral Sea is situated established the International Fund for the Aral Saving (IFAS) and about 10 billion USD were assigned for saving the Sea within the subsequent years.
Summary: A consortium of investors has begun drilling an exploratory well from atop the Meros drilling rig in the Aral Sea.
Unfortunately, the irresponsible use of water resources in the agriculture sector of Uzbekistan, the second largest exporter of cotton in the world, as well as the disappearance of the Aral Sea are observed.
Regions in seventy-five countries are affected--including the Aral Sea Basin in Central Asia, the Indo-Gangetic Basin in India, the Yellow River Basin in China, and the Colorado River Basin in the United States.
Promoting Transboundary Water Security in the Aral Sea Basin Through International Law
The quiet Chernobyl," a massive environmental disaster seems to be taking place in the Aral Sea.
The short-term prospects for the Aral Sea catchment in Central Asia are better than previously thought, according to the results of a new study by scientists from the University of Toledo in Ohio.
Disaster by design; the Aral sea and its lessons for sustainability.
Cartographers have also charted how much the Aral Sea and Lake Chad have shrunk, along with a number of rivers including the Colorado in the US, now shown as "intermittent.