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    A “slow death” storms the Iraqi marshes, and an environmental activist confirms the drying up of som

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    A “slow death” storms the Iraqi marshes, and an environmental activist confirms the drying up of som Empty A “slow death” storms the Iraqi marshes, and an environmental activist confirms the drying up of som

    Post by Rocky Sat 11 Jun 2022, 5:00 am

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    [size=52]A “slow death” storms the Iraqi marshes, and an environmental activist confirms the drying up of some of them[/size]

    [size=45]On Friday, environmental activist Ali Al-Masafi revealed that some of Iraq's marshes in the south of the country have dried up and are experiencing a slow death.[/size]
    [size=45]Al-Masafi said that “the water situation of the Ad-Dalamj Marsh is good, as it is fed from the general estuary, and this does not affect it at all, because it is sewage water, while Al-Hawizeh Marsh was exposed to complete dryness due to the absence of water releases.”[/size]
    [size=45]He added, "The central marshes witnessed a sharp decline in the levels, the drying out of large areas, and the high levels of salt concentrations, and thus became unsuitable for human and animal use."[/size]
    [size=45]He continued, "The closure of the rivers feeding the Hammar Marsh from Ayman Euphrates, the drying up of large areas and the high rates of saline concentrations as a result of dependence on the waters of the general estuary with the high rate of evaporation as a result of high temperatures, will lead to the migration of buffalo breeders and the spread of epidemics and diseases as a result of drought and salinity in addition to the increase in feed prices. “.[/size]
    [size=45]And the activist in the field of the marshes added, "Hawar Abu Zark in Al-Islah district in Dhi Qar governorate was completely dried up, due to the lack of water reaching it.[/size]
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