Araxes

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a river that rises in northeastern Turkey (near the source of the Euphrates) and flows generally eastward through Armenia to the Caspian Sea

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The spawning ages for females and males were reported from Sariyar Dam Lake to be between III-V and III-IV (Ekmekci, 1996), while from Aras River (Turkmen et al.
He pointed to the two countries' long-standing relations, and said, "Cleaning Aras River will make us happy.
E[currency]ekercioy-lu recalled that five hydroelectric plants built on the Aras River further north had destroyed the biological diversity in that area.
A moat, which was filled by the Aras River, had been dug around the citadel to defend it against enemies.
The project in the Aras River basin consists of two run-of-river hydroelectric turbines, each with a capacity of 10.
Ahmadi-nejad wanted to pipe water in from the Aras River, the border between Iran and Azerbaijan.
Aharounian also said that Iran and Armenia are due to build a 170mw power plant on Aras river which will provide 90mw of electricity to Iran and 80mw of electricity to Armenia.
From hydrological point of view, the study area comprises of Aras River basin originating from Turkey, Armenia, and Iran.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani underlined that Tehran and Yerevan should join hands to set up a working group to clean Aras River.
To Build Meghri Dam, a hydroelectric dam on the Aras River near Armenia's southern town of Meghri on the ArmeniaIran border.
In one of its last acts on July 27, seven days before its term expired, the Ahmadi-nejad government formally inaugurated a huge project to revive Lake Urumiyeh by diverting water from the Aras River.
Photographic masterpieces depicting the border crossing experiences of people living in two villages on the Turkish and Armenian banks of the Aras River will be showcased at the Ankara Contemporary Arts Center located on Kennedy Street in the Kavaklydere district of Ankara.
The investment will boost the bordering Aras River hydraulic power plant's capacity to 1.
The bill authorizes the construction of the plants near the Aras River borderline in the Iranian town of Marazad and Azerbaijan's Ordubad.
Both the sides have agreed to launch the third energy transfer line between Iran and Armenia and construction of two hydro-electric power plants on both sides of the Aras River.