Water Level of Hulun Lake Rises for the First Time in Ten Years
The water level of Hulun Lake in Hulunbuir, north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, has risen 0.4 meters compared with last year, introduced by Zhao Guimin, Director of Aquatic Environmental Protection Research Institute of Hulun Lake. It is reported this is the first time the water level of Hulun Lake rises after downward trend for 10 consecutive years.
Introduced by Zhao Guimin that there are three main factors caused the water level rise, i.e. heavier snowfall in last winter brings richer melt water, lager quantity of water from Wuerxun River and Kerulen flows into Hulun Lake and more frequent rainfall in this summer makes water evaporation less than past ten years.
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