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Field trip to Amudarya delta and the Large Aral Sea September 8-16, 2003
Members of expedition during a visit to Mr Ubbiniyaz Ashirbekov (the second on the right) the head of Nukus branch of International Fund for Saving Aral Sea
Main entrance to the central office of International Fund for Saving Aral Sea in Nukus
Discussion in the central office of International Fund for Saving Aral Sea in Nukus
Members of expedition examine vicinities of Muynak with deputy major of this city
Sampling of benthos in Muynak water reservoirs (former it was a gulf of the Aral Sea)
Collecting of macrophytes in Muynak water reservoirs (former it was a gulf of the Aral Sea)
Sampling of plankton in Muynak water reservoirs (former it was a gulf of the Aral Sea)
General view to Sudochye water reservoir (former it was a lake/gulf of Aral Sea)
Temporary chemical laboratory in hotel in Muynak
Road to the cliff of plateau Ustyurt, view from the dried up bottom of former Adzhibay gulf of the Aral Sea
South-West corner of the Large Aral Sea
Members of expedition at the edge of the plateau Ustyrt
Landslide terraces under the cliff of plateau Ustyurt and panorama of the Large Aral Sea (fragment 1)
Landslide terraces under the cliff of plateau Ustyurt and panorama of the Large Aral Sea (fragment 2)
Landslide terraces under the cliff of plateau Ustyurt (erosion) and panorama of the Large Aral Sea
Coast of the Large Aral Sea at cape Aktumsyk
Cliff of a plateau Ustyurt (fragment 1)
Cliff of plateau Ustyurt (fragment 2)
Cliff of plateau Ustyurt (fragment 3)
Cliff of plateau Ustyurt (fragment 4)
A new meteorological station “Aktumsyk ”
Coast of the Large Aral Sea near the new meteostation “Aktumsyk”
Members of expedition at the beginning of road to the coast of the Large Aral Sea
Landslide of the cliff on the coast of the Large Aral Sea and road to the coast (fragment 3)
Landslide of cliff on the coast of the Large Aral Sea and road to the coast (fragment 1)
Landslide of cliff on the coast of the Large Aral Sea and road to the coast (fragment 2)
Marks for measurement of the Large Aral Sea level
Mark of GEF Agency at the coast of the Large Aral Sea
Rocky coast of the Large Aral Sea and water sampling on shoals
Sampling of benthos in the Large Aral Sea
Sampling of plankton in the Large Aral Sea
Filamentous algae on shoals of the Large Aral Sea
Hyperhaline micro algae and bacteria on the coast of the Large Aral Sea
An argillo-arenaceous beach on the coast of the Large Aral Sea
Modern salt crust on the dried up bottom of the Large Aral Sea
Fossil salt crust at the coast of the Large Aral Sea (fragment 1)
Fossil salt crust at the coast of the Large Aral Sea (fragment 2)
Remnants of medieval saxaul on the former bottom of the Large Aral Sea (fragment 1)
Remnants of medieval saxaul on the former bottom of the Large Aral Sea (fragment 2)
Saxaul on the cliff terrace near the modern coast of the Large Aral Sea
Vegetation on the former bottom under the cliff on the coast of the Large Aral Sea
Landslide of the cliff on the coast of the Large Aral Sea (fragment 1)
Landslide of the cliff on the coast of the Large Aral Sea (fragment 2)
Landslide of the cliff on the coast of the Large Aral Sea (fragment 3)
Landslide of the cliff on the coast of the Large Aral Sea (fragment 4)
Landslide of the cliff on the coast of the Large Aral Sea (fragment 5)
Landslide of the cliff on the the coast of the Large Aral Sea (fragment 6)
Clay formations on the former bottom of the Large Aral Sea
Fossil bivalve mollusc
A meal (water melon) on the coast of the Large Aral Sea
Coming back to Nukus from the Large Aral Sea
A new building of museum in Nukus
Visiting an ancient cemetery in vicinities of Nukus
Underground mausoleum in vicinities of Nukus
Fragment of decoration inside the underground mausoleum in vicinities of Nukus
An ancient cemetery in vicinities of Nukus
Ruins of ancient city in vicinities of Nukus
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