alexa Abstract | Thermodynamics Reason for Dying of Urmia Lake, This is not Just an Aral Syndrome!
ISSN: 2167-0587

Journal of Geography & Natural Disasters
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This research demonstrates some physical factors that have been responsible for the drying up and shrinking of the Urmia Lake. The goal of this paper is to revive the Urmia Lake. The shrinking of the lake has been recognized as crucial by many researchers because of its impact on nature. Constructing a highway, which is one of the physical issues being highlighted, divides the lake into two parts and this is primarily why the lake is drying out.

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Author(s): Hossieni H and Ahmed SS


Urmia lake, Iran, Thermodynamics, Evaporation, Urmia bridge, Urmia lake, Iran, Thermodynamics, Evaporation, Urmia bridge

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