Vital Caspian Graphics - Challenges Beyond Caviar

©2006 UNEP/GRID-Arendal

Table of contents

- Introduction
- Foreword
- A sea of many ambitions
- Cyclic fluctuations in the level of the Caspian Sea
- Big projects, big consequences
- The marks of human activity
- KOSHKAR-ATA LAKE CASE STUDY: The hazardous legacy of an uranium mine
- Journalist Story 01: Paul Brown in Atyrau, Kazakhstan, The Guardian, 4 December 2002. Oil money threatens to make killing fields of Kazakhstan
- Journalist Story 02: By Amina Jalilova, Novoye Pokolenie, 2004. Who will take care of drowning oil wells?
- Population and Health
- Journalist Story 03: By Kieran Cooke, BBC, Azerbaijan, May 2005. Azerbaijan’s post-industrial hangover.
- Ecosystems paying the price
- Journalist Story 04: Antoine Blua, a EurasiaNet partner post from RFE/RL, 7 March 2004. Caspian: Invasion of killer jellyfish threatens fish stocks.
- Journalist Story 05: By Michel Viatteau, Agence France Presse, 5 May 2002. Not enough caviar left for all the poachers.
- Environment and security – a fragile balance
- References for text

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