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Kazakhstan has airports in Shimkent, Atbasar, Karaganda, Kyzyl-Orda, Balkhash, Burundai, Zaisan, Petropavlovsk, Semipalatinsk, Ust-kamenogorsk, Uralsk, Taldy-Kurgan, Kokshetau, Pavlodar, Zhezkazgan, Atyrau, Zhambyl, Zhairem, Ekibastuz, Almaty, Aktau, Kostanay, Aktyubinsk, Arkalyk, and Astana cities.
Other imminent threats could possibly follow: harm to fisheries; contamination of both surface and ground water; disruption of the water balance and natural equilibrium-as the Irtysh feeds Lake Zaisan and the Ili feeds Lake Balkhash both lakes will likely decline; increasing land salinity and degradation of pastures; environmental degradation; deterioration of the epidemiological situation; and last but not least, water shortage.
The Alakol basin is considered to be similar to the Junggar and Zaisan basins across the border in China which are both proven oil provinces.
BK, DS) Plant Protection Research Institute of Mongolia, Zaisan, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia.
But even a slight further increase in water withdrawal possesses a threat to the livelihood of the lake Zaisan in the East Kazakhstan region.
1) Research Institute of Animal Husbandry, Zaisan 210153, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia.
171) See Judge Yoshiaki Nishida, Shingai sosho ni okeru kintou no houri [The doctrine of equivalents in infringement litigation], in CHITEKI ZAISAN SOSHO HO [INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW 182, 186 (Toshiaki Makino & Toshiaki limura eds.
In May 2005, according to news source Forum 18, a court in Zaisan fined Baptist leader Igor Isakov $129.
On the river terraces and in the deltas, there is halophytic vegetation consisting mainly of annual chenopods (Salsola, Suaeda, Halogeton) or shrubby chenopods (Halostachys), the occasional specimen of zaisan (Haloxylon ammodendron), tamarisk, and Nitraria schoberi (Zygophyllaceae).
Dunsdon was runner-up on Zaisan in the other maiden to Dreamin George, a first winner for Colin Sherry, 20, who wore the colours of Eastbourne owner Archie OGorman.