Dieter Telemans

Aral Sea, UZBEKISTAN

Salt deposits on cotton fields between Muynak and Nukus. In 1964 the rivers supplying the Aral Sea were pumped dry to irrigate cotton crops, the so-called white gold of Central Asia. After that autumn the tide never returned. Nowadays the water has receded over 100 kilometres from Muynak.

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Dieter Telemans
City
Aral Sea
Country
UZBEKISTAN
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50.8 x 33.87 cm (300 dpi)
20 x 13.33 inch (300 dpi)
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