Aral sea rescue plan claimed a success according to the Kazakh government | Environment | The Guardian
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One of the 20th century’s great ecological disasters has been partly reversed, according to a report that claims the waters are rising once more in part of the Aral sea.
The team behind an Aral sea restoration plan claims that the water level in the northern part of the sea in central Asia has risen by 30% in three years because a dyke has been built and leaking irrigation channels mended. As a result the amount of water flowing down the Syr Daria River into the sea has increased.
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