Lake Urmia

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Noun1.Lake Urmia - a shallow saline lake in northwestern Iran between Tabriz and the western border of Turkey
Iran, Islamic Republic of Iran, Persia - a theocratic Islamic republic in the Middle East in western Asia; Iran was the core of the ancient empire that was known as Persia until 1935; rich in oil
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In the Northwestern province of West Azerbaijan, the Urmia Lake was dried for several years before restoration operations.
The surface area of the Urmia Lake in north-west Iran has increased by 829 square kilometers, Agil Agdasi, an official with Reagional Water Company of Iran's East Azerbaijan province, told IRNA,Trendreports.
Which is collected from the salt lakes around the world like Utah, Great salt Lake, Iran, Urmia Lake, Izmir, Camalti Saltworks.
Urmia Lake in northern-western Iran changed back to a healthy blue colour after bouts of wet weather rejuvenated the waters.
Urmia lake water level fluctuation hydro informatics modeling using support vector machine and conjunction of wavelet and neural network, Water Resources 41(3): 261-269.
In a similar study from Urmia Lake, Iran, urease activity and oxidase were positive for the majority of the halophilic isolates including Salicola, Pseudomonas, Marinobacter, Idiomarina, Halomonas, Bacillus and Halobacillus [30].
To deal with this problem, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani set up a working group titled the Committee for Urmia Lake Restoration at a cabinet meeting in 2013.
The study area is located at the west side of Urmia Lake and close to Urmia Township and is situated in the Central Iran geological zone, based upon structural divisions of Iran (Aghanabati, 2004), at the in northwestern Iran (Fig.
Hassanzadeh E, Zarghami M, Hassanzadeh Y (2012) Determining the main factors in declining the Urmia Lake level by using system dynamics modeling.
The objective of this study was to survey the ability of two bacterial isolates, namely TBZ9 and TBZ23, isolated from Urmia Lake in Iran [19], to reduce Fe(III) to Fe(II) by the aid of differential pulse polarography.
hoffmeisteri was found in the Aras River by Aliyev and Ahmadi (2010) and in the Urmia Lake wetlands by Ahmadi et al.
Morphological differentiation of Artemia urmiana Gunther, 1899 (Crustacea: Anostraca) in different geographical stations from the Urmia Lake, Iran.