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The Atlantic Ocean's stream of water, which is part of a massive water cycle in the oceans of the earth, is slower than before, according to the study. This massive water revolution, which lasts for decades, will affect the temperature of the earth in the coming decades.
The inspections carried out in July showed that the amount of biogenic materials in the "Ker" river and its branches has multiplied by the number of industrial and urban waste streams in Georgia and Armenia.
In addition to determining the shelter for aquatic organisms, this plant absorbs carbon dioxide in water for photosynthesis, thereby preventing the acidification of water.
Located in the Alat trade and industrial area and just 43 miles south of Azerbaijan’s capital city, the Baku International Sea Trade Port is currently under construction and is expected to have its first of three phases completed by this year’s end.
With the launch of the largest trade port on the Caspian Sea, Azerbaijan is expected to become a major transit hub for cargo and goods both in the region and throughout Eurasia.
Sea tourism, one of the most dynamic, high-tech, high-yield spheres in the world, is becoming a new branch of the tourism industry in the Land of Fire.
Azerbaijani citizens and foreign guests may travel by a cruise ship along the Caspian Sea in summer, Minister of Culture and Tourism Abulfas Garayev told reporters on February 2.
He added that Russia is already preparing ships to organize sea cruises along the Caspian Sea.
“Several projects have already been discussed,” he said. “The cruises will be organized in summer."
Celebration of the Caspian Day was decided at the First Conference of the Parties (COP I) to the Tehran Convention in Baku (Azerbaijan) in 2007.