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The Wider Image: Aral Sea: big fish is back in small pond Featured Lakes Print

The Wider Image: Aral Sea: big fish is back in small pond

An sign showing a ship and a village name are seen at a sunset outside the village of Karateren, near the Aral Sea, south-western Kazakhstan, April 15, 2017. Akespe, home to some 250 people, and Karateren, inhabited by about 150, used to be dominated by fishermen until the water receded too far away - but it is now back in Karateren. REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov SEARCH "ENVIRONMENT ARAL" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY

Satellite view of Lake Balkhash in eastern Kazakhstan Featured Lakes Print

Satellite view of Lake Balkhash in eastern Kazakhstan

Satellite view of crescent-shaped Lake Balkhash in eastern Kazakhstan, north of the Tien-Shan Mountains (bottom right).The Ili River flows into the western end of the lake, filling it with bright sediment. This sediment highlights the difference between the mostly freshwater western side of the lake and the more highly saline eastern side. A sandbar largely prevents mixing between the lakea??s two sections. The lake is situated in a tectonic depression, and is highly variable in volume and surface area as a result of the continental climate--a climate that lacks a moderating influence of an ocean or large body of water, and therefore typically experiences seasonal extremes of climate. To the south is a large desert. At the bottom of the image, right of center, a blue-green body of water shows the location of the Kapchagayskoye Reservoir, whose filling from the Ili River is having negative consequences on Lake Balkhash

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