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Caspian Sea

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  1. Araramar says:
    Aug 30,  · The Caspian Sea, which lies between Europe and Asia, has been slowly evaporating over the past two decades due to rising temperatures associated with climate change, a new study shows.
  2. Balar says:
    The water level of the Caspian Sea has varied within 4 m over a period of 30 years. Water levels in the Caspian Sea down to true altitude of m reduce the depth of the lower Volga and restrict ship movement in this part of the Volga-Don Waterway.
  3. Mausida says:
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  4. Tojazil says:
    The Caspian Seais the largest enclosed inland body of water on Earthby area, variously classed as the world’s largest lake or a full-fledged sea. It is in an endorheic basin(it has no outflows)located between Europe and Asia.
  5. Shakalrajas says:
    Aug 01,  · A one-of-a-kind bizarre ekranoplan vehicle, which looks like a plane but is actually a military super ship, has arrived in the city of Derbent on the Caspian Sea. It will eventually be the highlight of its 'Patriot Park.' Built in the Soviet Union in .
  6. Shakasida says:
    The Caspian Sea, located in western Asia on the eastern edges of Europe, is the largest lake on the planet. History records that it's called a sea because the Romans found it salty, especially in the southern reaches, and the name stuck. The measured surface area is , sq km (, sq mi), and the maximum depth is at m (3, ft).
  7. Faejin says:
    The Caspian Sea is about as strange as a body of water gets. Its surface still sits meters (90 feet) below sea level, and water doesn’t flow out of it—it’s isolated from the oceans, and relies.
  8. Sazshura says:
    May 19,  · The Caspian Sea is a landlocked body of water between Europe and Asia. Five countries — Russia, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Iran and Azerbaijan — border the inland sea. The Caspian's strategic importance lies in its abundance of energy resources. The sea contains large volumes of oil and natural gas reserves both in offshore deposits and in.

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