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Spirogyra in Lake Baikal: Environmental Emergency. First-Hand Information

Lake Baikal, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is the deepest and one of the oldest lakes in the world. The Russian Federation spends tens of millions of rubles a year to maintain the limnetic environment, so until recently Baikal was one of the cleanest lakes in the world. Nevertheless, now the lake is facing a real threat. It looks as huge piles of water grass rotting on the shore, the cemeteries of molluscs, and total death of sponges keeping the pristine purity of Baikal water Warning signs of...

Modified: 04.09.2014
ecology , Baikal , disaster , limnology , seaweed , cyanobacteria , Spirogyra , sponges , molluscs , water quality , phosphorus
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Tito the Artist

... mesmerized, they give a name to the latest masterpiece by Tito. The generous artist gives one of his paintings to a child-care center, and another, to our magazine. We thank him very much! For many years, Baikal seals have been living in the pools of the Limnology Institute, of the Baikal museum, and in similar institutions abroad. The idea of training and teaching the animals came to the candidate of biology E. A. Baranov when he worked for the Limnology Institute of the Siberian Branch of the Russian ...

Modified: 30.07.2006
seals , Baikal , limnology , Listvyanka
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