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Caspian Sea

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The Caspian Sea is the largest lake in the world by volume and is bounded by states of the former Soviet Union (specifically Russia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, and Turkmenistan) and Iran. It is considered an endorheic, or terminal lake, because the water never goes to the ocean. Because of this, minerals build up in the water as it evaporates.
You could put a map on the poster. See if you can find pictures ofanimals or cities in that area.
Volga, and some other smaller rivers. A quite exhaustive list is in the English Wikipedia "List of rivers in Russia".
Baki, sometimes (sometimes Baku) is the leading oil city on the western shore of the Caspian Sea.
Baku is the capital and largest cityof Azerbaijan. Baku is located on the Caspian Sea.
These are the Caucasus Mountains.
The Caspian Sea does not have a capital, because it is not a country.
There are over 120 fish species in the southern part of the CaspianSea, which are commercially divided in two groups of sturgeons andbony fishes. The bony fishes are also divided into kilka and otherspecies. The main commercial species are as follows: Sturgeons: Beluga (Huso huso), Russian sturgeon...
The Elburz mountain range is directly south of the Caspian Sea.
Caspian Sea - Asia (or Euraisa). Lake Superior - North America. Lake Victoria - Africa. Aral Sea - Africa. Lake Huron - North America
All water in the sea does. It's called the water cycle!
The major body of water along the western boundaries of Kazakhstanand Turkmenistan is the CASPIAN SEA .
The mountains that are between the black sea and the Caspian sea is the caucasus The Caucasus Mountains
There are 130rivers. . Main are : Volga ,Ural,Terek,Kura
The Caspian seal is endangered for many reasons. Pollution of thewater, loss of habitat, and canine distemper virus have killedmany. Humans do kill them for their meat. There are less than104,000 seals left.
370.000 sq kilometers
The Caspian Sea is far larger than lake Superior. Volume: 69,400 km 3 vs 12,000 km 3 Area: 371,000 km 2 vs 82,400 km 2 Depth: 1,025 m vs 147 m
Kazakhstan is beautiful, yet timid on the outskirts. No other country resembles what Asia is, like Kazakhstan. ~Roger Killian .
It was viewed to be boundless due to its size, and it is saltwater.
They currently have 5 offshore vessels operating in the Caspian Sea: - Caspian Power - Castle - Barra - Jura - Islay
The Caspian sea is located in Asia. Lake Superior is located inNorth America. Lake Victoria is located in Africa
The Caspian sea isn't directly connected to any ocean; But The Mediterranean
Yes. Iran borders the Caspian Sea.
They are all bodies of water near the Fertile Cresont in Mesopatamia.
The Caspian Sea is in Europe.
It is a good question, but the reactions of both the responsible party and the governmental agencies are big unknowns. There are five countries that surround the Caspian sea, and they have signed the Tehran convention, pledging cooperation on environmental issues. Potential oil spills and natural...
Yes, Iran is directly south of the Caspian sea.
Both the Russian Federation and Iran.
From what I've read , its approximately 1/3 as salty as the oceans.
The world's largest lake is the Caspian Sea at 371,000 sq km which is completely enclosed by Russia, Iran, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan and Azerbaijan.. The Caspian Sea is completely land locked and is 28 metres below sea level.. The Romans thought it was a sea rather than a lake due to its huge size...
It is shrinking because the area has not had much precipitation lately and it is not getting enough water to stay at the same water level
The Caspian Sea is slightly salty, because it was originally part of the ocean and it is endorheic, meaning there is no outlet..
40 degrees north nd 51 degrees east
The world's largest lake is the Caspian Sea at 371,000 sq km which is completely enclosed by Russia, Iran, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan and Azerbaijan.. The Caspian Sea is completely land locked and is 28 metres below sea level.. The Romans thought it was a sea rather than a lake due to its huge size...
yes, some species can to live and reproduce there. . but is question if somebody transported them from normal salt waters (like some other non-origin fish species currently living i the caspian sea - Mugil cephalus for example ).
Yes, the Caspian Sea is the largest inland sea.
The Caspian Sea is known to have a lot of different colors. It depends on the depth of the water and how close it is to land. The darker water is in the south.
The five countries Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Russia, Turkmenistan and Iran share the natural heritage of the Caspian Sea. Despite their political and social diversity, the people of the region share a common concern for the Caspian. For more general facts about the countries bordering the Caspian Sea...
Among many others, the Volga.
Several countries are bordering the Caspian Sea. These include Russia, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Iran, and Azerbaijan. The country with the longest border out of these would be Kazakhstan's.
The Caspian Sea is itself an important resource.
maximum length is 640 miles
no, the Caspian sea has more area, a larger diameter, and is deeper than lake superior
Caspian Sea: Europe and Asia. Lake Superior: North America Lake Victoria: Africa These three lakes are the largest on each of their given continents.
No it is near the border between Europe and Asia
The world's largest lake is the Caspian Sea at 371,000 sq km which is completely enclosed by Russia, Iran, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan and Azerbaijan.. The Caspian Sea is completely land locked and is 28 metres below sea level.. The Caspian Sea is located on the continental divide of Europe and Asia.
The Caspian Sea Wolf, also known as the Steppe Wolf and Caucasian wolf, has adapted to human expansion and when most of it's food left, it had to turn to nearby meat. [The cattle]
The Caspian Sea is a massive lake, or an inland sea, located between Europe and Asia.
The Caspian Sea covers 371,000 km²
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The valuable resource of the Caspian Sea is the saltiness. It has approximately about 1.2% more salt than most of the sea water.