Summary of Desaparición del MAR DE ARAL, el mayor desastre ecológico provocado por el hombre

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The Aral Sea was once one of the largest lakes in the world, but due to human activity, it is close to disappearing. The desaparición of the Aral Sea has had devastating effects on the region, including high rates of cancer and infertility. There is hope that a regional project to plant saxaules trees will help to save the Aral Sea.

  • 00:00:00 The Aral Sea was once one of the largest lakes in the world, but it has lost a water surface as large as the size of Ireland and is very close to disappearing. The disappearance of the Aral Sea was not a consequence of climate change, but the result of a plan by the Soviet Union to boost cotton production.
  • 00:05:00 The narrator discusses the desaparición of the Aral Sea, one of the world's largest ecological disasters caused by human activity. The basin still contains water, but its future depends largely on the recovery of its neighbor, Uzbekistan, which shares its flow in times of snowfall and rain. Another devastating effect of the phenomenon has been the indiscriminate use of chemicals in the plants and industries along the shoreline, which left on the ground, now dry, toxic particles that the wind raises and scatters through the urbanizations of the region. This explains the high incidence of certain types of cancers, infertility and other complications in the inhabitants of the region. A regional project aimed at planting thousands of hectares of saxaules trees in dry areas of the Aral Sea has begun near Moinak in Uzbek lands. If successful, it may be that the 7-meter waves that some elders say they remember but the lake are never seen again in the Aral Sea will cease to occur.

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