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FIELD TRIP TO THE ARAL SEA September 2007
Northern hills at Butakov Bay (Small Aral)
Philip is measuring wind velocity
View to Butakov Bay
Three picks of Butakov Bay cliff
Ustjurt plateau cliff at Chernyshov Bay (Large Aral, Western depression)
Dried bottom of Chernyshov Bay
Remnants of a basement of the Artemia center
Brocken truck of the Artemia center
Brocken pier of the Artemia center
Stone rich with fossils
Shrinking Chernyshov Bay
View from the hill to the isolated Tschebas Bay (Large Aral)
Northern cliff of Shevchenko Bay (Small Aral)
Northern cliff of Shevchenko Bay
Concretion the rock from cliff
View to the cliff
Flooding in Shevchenko Bay due to damming
Sandy dunes at Akespe village
View to the Western tip of Butakov Bay (Small Aral)
Swans and other aquatic birds on Butakov Bay
Former military barge for fuel
Former military road to the pier
Flooding in the Small Aral near Tastubek village due to damming
Shore of Bolshoy Sarycheganak Bay (Small Aral)
Halophyle plants on former Aral Sea bottom
Philip is taking GPS coordinates
Philip is cleaning feet after sinking in mud
Birlestik. Cemetry of boats
Disassembling of a boat for recycling
The largest boat in the ship cemetery in Birlestik
New mosque in Bugun village
Aklak spillway under construction
Three main gates of Aklak spillway
Bridge of boats across Syrdarya
Dried Large Aral Sea bottom
Entrance to Barsakelmes wildlife reserve on the former Aral Sea bottom
Mirage of the Eastern Large Aral Sea
Cemetery on the former Barsakelmes island
View to the spillway from the Small Aral Sea
View to the spillway from the Large Aral Sea
Remnants of the Large Aral Sea. Water came from spillway in spring 2007
Philip is measuring salinity
Lower reach of Syr Darya River
Map of Aklak hydraulic structure
Hydraulic structures: constructed and under construction
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