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Joint expedition of Zoological Institute RAS and Barsakelmes wild life reserve to the Aral Sea September 2008
Prof. N.Aladin (ZIN RAS) and director of wild life reserve M.Tursinbaev are planning the expedition route using modern satellite image
Preparing Gates of Aklak control structure for operation
View of 3 open gates
Water level gates (Baltic system)
View to the dike from down stream side
Schematic of Aklak control structure and associated water bodies
Headquarters of the wild life reserve on the former Barsakelmes Island
Library and laboratory buildings
Remains of equipment used during the Soviet era
Remains of tractor used during Soviet period
Dried up mushroom
Sun spider on the Barsakelmes Island
Scorpio on the Barsakelmes Island
Poisonous snake - copperhead snake Gloydius halys
View to the Eastern Large Aral Sea from the southern cliff
Dr. I. Plotnikov (ZIN RAS) is descending the cliff
The car stuck in saline land on the former Aral Sea bottom
Digging out the car
Grave of D.Piriulin (former ZIN RAS researcher) on the Barsakelmes Island
Car on the former Aral Sea bottom
Gauharbek (Barsakelmes reserve) and K.Milto (ZIN RAS) are collecting reptiles
Camels at the watering place
Gerbil at its borrow
Boat of fishing inspectors on the Small Aral Sea
Image acquisition at Kokaral dike
View to Kokaral dike water gates from the tail water
Old water well in foreground and drilling operation for new well in background in Akbasty village
Boring new water well
The southern coast of Shevchenko Bay
The northern coast of Tschebas Bay
Innocuous snake - coluber Elaphe quatuorlineata sauromates, juv.
Prof. N.Aladin and the wild life reserve officials
Channel between the Western and Eastern Large Aral Sea
Image acquisition at the channel
View of the channel looking south to southern shore on Vozrozdeniya Island
Footprints of flamingo on the channel bank
Agama Trapelus sanguinolentus
Lizard agama Phrynocephalus helioscopus
Another lizard agama species Phrynocephalus guttatus
Dried up bottom at the western coast of Chernyshov Bay
View to the eastern coast of Chernyshov Bay
Tschebas Bay, dried up bottom
Remains of boats on Tschebas Bay
Salt crust on dried up bottom
Remnants of dredger
Remnants of pier
Local herdsman on motorcycle
A boulder from the cliff of Shevchenko Bay northern coast
Cliff on Shevchenko Bay northern coast
Partially submerged boat on Butakov Bay
Southern coast of Butakov Bay
Crystals of gypsum
“Trident” on the northern coast of Butakov Bay
Cliff on the coast of Butakov Bay
Summing up results of expedition for nature reserve officials
Farewell at the railway station
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