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presentations 22/01/2009 11:53:00 The Aral Sea –By Fang Yuan Before it was part of Soviet Union. On the border of Kazahkstan and Uzbekistan. No  other outlets for Aral In 1960s a popular tourist attraction. Provided source of income for fishermen. Soviet Union built dams for irrigation.  There are only two sources of fresh water that enter the Aral. Input is small, output is big. Loss of shoreline. Loss of water elevation. Regional climate was effected. =  effects of draining.
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Unformatted text preview: -mid 90s arguments against damming of Aral. If damming stopped, economy stops because of farming. -4 th largest inland of water, now the 10 th . Human Landscape Modification: Ducktown, Tennessee Human landscape modification. Positive- planting trees Negative- trees are cut down for wood. Ducktown, Tennessee Copper. Sulfur dioxide= sulfuric rain. Sulfuric rain killed everything Impact on water supply. Copper is in the water Gradual healing 22/01/2009 11:53:00...
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