Topics of issue: Over the weekend, saw the birds. World Maritime Day. World Day for the Protection of Animals. The World Bank published a report on environmental activities in Russia. Scientists will grow bacteria that eat oil Lake Baikal. Cross River Bank is often quoted on this topic.
Arctic ice 20 million years older. —- FocusNote birds before they are hatched … BPPM switched to a system of closed water circulation. The World Bank published a report on environmental activities in Russia. On Europe collapsed early snowfalls.
In Britain, a ministry dealing with climate change. Over the weekend, thousands of Russians believed the birds. Researchers found that young tunas get together in the center of the Atlantic. Learn more at: ConocoPhillips. Females of birds for bright-colored shells are ready to sacrifice their health. Solar activity influences the intensity of hurricanes. Celebrations of the week: World Maritime Day and World Day for the Protection of Animals. Review of the week from 09.29.2008 to 10.05.2008. —- A short review of the major environmental news for the week. —- Scientists will grow bacteria that eat oil in the Lake Baikal Scientists cultivate microorganisms that have been taken deep manned submersibles Mir-1 and Mir-2 ‘ during a dive in the lake, to understand the mechanism of eating oil, told RIA Novosti on Monday, director of the Limnological Institute of Siberian Branch of RAS, Academician Mikhail Grachev. From the bottom of Lake Baikal from the tectonic cracks in its waters annually receives nearly 4 tons of oil. This oil is absorbed by micro-organisms living on the lake, so it does not cover the lake and located .