Unique lake under threat Chokrak
Unique lake under the threat of Chokrak In Crimea, a lot of lakes, lake Chokrak is a very interesting object. But as point sources and scientists, this lake is under…

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In the Republic declared the action "Clean lakes, clean beaches"
  We want to draw public attention to the problem of garbage. to force citizens to think about their behavior in nature. To give people to understand that “if they…

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Bear Lake Resort

bear Lake – big basin, a chain of six Islands, it is divided into two lakes: Big and Little bear. The lake bottom is covered with sludge, which is the main natural curative factor of the sanatorium. Besides on the territory of the sanatorium there is a chink sodium chloride iodine-bromine mineral water of medium mineralization (6.2 g/l) “bear-11”.

Diseases corresponding to the main profile of the sanatorium, as well as obesity and other consequences of redundancy power. A specialised Department for follow-up care of patients after operations concerning stomach ulcer of stomach, duodenum, gallbladder removal, follow-up care of patients with cerebrovascular disease.

Balneary, office galvanogryazelecheniya, potable pump room, exercise room, physiotherapy and phytotherapy, clinical biochemical laboratory, a dental office, a massage office, “salt mine”, path, gym, hairdresser, sauna, swimming pool, sauna. The resort is equipped with facilities for treatment and transportation of spinal patients.

Mud therapy, balneotherapy, hydrotherapy, physiotherapy, climatotherapy, psychotherapy, physical therapy, non-pharmacological methods herbal medicine, massage, speleotherapy, biostimulants

The health resort is designed for vacationers 276. The room Fund of the sanatorium Continue reading

The uchar Waterfall – test for the brave…”

 

In the second issue of the Russian geographical magazine ’s Picturesque Russia”* in 2015 published an article about Altai biosphere reserve: “the Waterfall uchar – test for the bold…”

In each issue of the magazine, which is published once in two months, there is a heading called “the Protected area”, which tells about the national parks of our country. In this room were placed the articles of Tigireksky nature reserve, Altaisky and Katunsky biosphere reserves.

In the article on the Altai biosphere reserve “Waterfall uchar – test for the bold…” reserve staff told us about the biggest in the Altai mountains cascade waterfall uchar (Tulchinsky Big waterfall). This extraordinary work is located on the territory of the Altai nature reserve, on the right tributary of Chulyshman — the river Chulcha in 11-12 kilometers from its confluence with the Chulyshman. In 2011, the Association of tour operators has made a uchar in a list of 5 of the most hard-to-reach attractions of Russia. The route to the waterfall uchar – one of the six eco-educational routes allowed in the reserve to visit. The article tells about the changes that happened on the trail, and provides visitors an updated route. Continue reading

The Tonle SAP (Tonle Sap) – “Big lake” in Asia

 

Toples lake (Tonle Sap Lake) — one of the most popular attractions near the city of Siem Reap in Cambodia, of course, besides the temples of Angkor. Despite the fact that many tourists call the place a “trap for tourists”, the place is quite interesting and exotic.

Second name Tonle SAP lake (Tonle Sap) — the “Big lake”, because it is the largest lake in Southeast Asia. When you look at this huge water surface, especially in the rainy season, it becomes clear admiration of the locals before the “Inland sea of Cambodia” area of 16 thousand square km (for comparison, the area of the Moscow region a total of 47 thousand square km). The maximum depth of the lake Tonle Sap – 9 meters. But these numbers are only true for the rainy season when the lake is filled with water and increases in size almost six times compared to the dry season and the depth of the lake at this time rarely exceeds 1 meter.

This volatile nature of the lake is under an obligation arising from the same river, which in the rainy season changes the flow direction and turns back, filling it with water. And because of these large-scale changes in size and periodically moving at many miles of shoreline around the lake and it formed an extraordinary life – the many floating villages. Indeed, thanks to the ever-changing water level in Tonle Continue reading