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Chinese scientists monitor trophic state of global inland waters

Beijing, Oct 11 (UNI) Chinese scientists have developed a new remote sensing approach to assess the trophic state of global inland waters.
The scientists from the Key Laboratory of Digital Earth Science under the Chinese Academy of Sciences assessed the trophic states of 2,058 large inland water bodies distributed around the world using remote sensing data in the summer of 2012. During the assessment, they analysed spatial distribution and produced a trophic state map of the world's large inland water bodies, China's news agency Xinhua reported.
Inland waters provide water resources, fishery resources and energy. They also play an important role in global climate change as well as biodiversity conservation. The eutrophication of inland waters has become a global environmental issue. Some lakes overly enriched with minerals and nutrients have induced excessive growth of plants and algae, resulting in oxygen depletion of the water body.
Results show that eutrophic inland waters are concentrated in Central Africa, eastern Asia, and mid-northern and southeastern North America, while oligotrophic inland waters are concentrated in plateau regions in Central Asia and southern South America, added QNA.
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None can destroy Awami League: Bangladesh PM

None can destroy Awami League: Bangladesh PM

24 Jun 2019 | 7:13 PM

Dhaka, Jun 24 (UNI) Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Monday described Bangladesh Awami League as one of the well-organised political parties in the subcontinent and expressed her firm confidence that none could destroy the organisation.

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US, S  Arabia talk maritime security in the Gulf

US, S Arabia talk maritime security in the Gulf

24 Jun 2019 | 6:50 PM

Riyadh, June 24 (UNI) US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Monday said he had discussed the need to promote maritime security in the Strait of Hormuz with King Salman of Saudi Arabia.

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Bangladesh train mishap: Rail communications to resume by evening, says Railways Secy

24 Jun 2019 | 6:46 PM

Dhaka, Jun 24 ( UNI) The rail communications with Sylhet that remained suspended following a
train crash will resume by Monday evening, Railways Secretary Mofazzal Hossain said.

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UN chief condemns assassinations in Ethiopia amidst regional 'coup' attempt

UN chief condemns assassinations in Ethiopia amidst regional 'coup' attempt

24 Jun 2019 | 6:12 PM

United Nations, Jun 24 (UNI) UN chief Antonio Guterres has condemned the assassination of the chief of staff of the Ethiopian army and killing of a regional governor in what the Government described it as a regional coup attempt.

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Afghanistan: Security forces kill 70 Taliban militants in past 5 days

24 Jun 2019 | 6:07 PM

Kabul, Jun 24 (UNI) At least 70 Taliban militants were killed while 23 others sustained injuries in a five-day joint operation launched by Afghan National Defense and Security Forces in Balabulok district of Farah province.

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