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A deviation from the norm was found in another bay in Kamchatka
A deviation from the norm was found in another bay of Kamchatka. While flying around the area, the specialists recorded a color change in the Sarannaya Bay.
According to the regional governor Vladimir Solodov, it was not possible to take samples from there: because of the strong wind, the pilots could not land on the ground. The inspection of the territory from the air took place together with the head of Rosprirodnadzor Svetlana Radionova, who had arrived the day before.
According to Solodov, experts cannot yet name the reason for the change in the color of the water. In the next two days, an expedition vessel will leave for the Sarannaya Bay area to take water samples for analysis. We managed to collect samples in Opasnaya Bay, they will be sent for examination to Vladivostok and Moscow. Samples previously analyzed by these laboratories did not show significant changes in the composition of the water, which could lead to mass death of benthos and other marine animals.
Earlier, Vladimir Solodov reported that the maximum permissible concentration of harmful substances at the mouth of the Nalycheva River in Kamchatka is normal... It is this river, which flows into the ocean, captured in the Greenpeace images.
Environmental Supervisors today reported that did not find traces of pesticides at the Radygino military training ground in Kamchatka. Their verdict: the territory of the military training ground cannot influence the pollution of Avacha Bay in the area of Khalaktyrsky beach.
Kamchatka scientists stated that the scale of the disaster will only get worse - the food base of animals that feed on benthos has been destroyed. According to experts, at depths of 10 to 15 meters, there is a massive death of benthic organisms - 95% are dead.
Rosprirodnadzor takes photos and videos from eyewitnesses of water pollution on the coast of Kamchatka. The department created a special e-mail for collecting materials from the scene.