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TítuloThe aerial view of irrigation channels for cotton and rice fields that take water from Syr Darya river, outside Aiteke-bi, Kazakhstan
Fecha20180422
CiudadAITEKE-BI
PaísKAZAKHSTAN
AgenciaCONTACTO
Autor / The New York Times / Redux
CategoríaNEW
Origen NYTNS
Pixelsize3600x2400
Copyrights2018 √ā¬© SERGEY PONOMAREV / The New York Times / Redux / NYTNS / CONTACTO
DescripciónThe aerial view of irrigation channels for cotton and rice fields that take water from Syr Darya river , outside Aiteke bi, Kazakhstan, April 22, 2018. After aggressive water consumption and farming practices drained the Aral Sea, a former port town in the area is now a hot spot for tourists looking to witness an ecological crisis up close. (Sergey Ponomarev The New York Times)
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AERIAL
ARAL SEA
ASIA
CONSUMPTION
ECOLOGICAL CRISIS
INTERNATIONAL
KAZAKHSTAN
PORT
RESOURCES
SYR DARYA RIVER
TOURISM
UZBEKISTAN
WATER