انتخابي هوشمندانه با مبلمان اداري دايا
در جهت تأمين رضايتمندي شما مشتريان گرامي با استفاده از مواد اوليه مرغوب ديزايني متفاوت و مدرن را در ساخت مبلمان اداري ايجاد كرده ايم.
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Chilika Lake is a #brackish water lagoon, spread over the #Puri , #Khurda and #Ganjam districts of Odisha state on the east coast of India, at the mouth of the #Daya River, flowing into the Bay of #Bengal , covering an area of over 1,100 km2. It is the largest coastal lagoon in #India and the second largest coastal lagoon in the world after The New #Caledonian barrier reef in New Caledonia.
It is the largest wintering ground for migratory birds on the Indian sub-continent. The lake is home to a number of threatened species of plants and animals.
The lake is an #ecosystem with large fishery resources. It sustains more than 150,000 fisher–folk living in 132 villages on the shore and islands.
The lagoon hosts over 160 species of birds in the peak migratory season. Birds from as far as the #Caspian Sea, Lake #Baikal , #Aral Sea and other remote parts of #Russia , #Kirghiz steppes of #Mongolia , Central and southeast #Asia , #Ladakh and Himalayas come here. These birds travel great distances; migratory birds probably follow much longer routes than the straight lines, possibly up to 12,000 km, to reach Chilika Lake.
In 1981, Chilika Lake was designated the first Indian wetland of international importance under the Ramsar Convention.
According to a survey, 45 percent of the birds are terrestrial in nature, 32 percent are waterfowl, and 23 percent are waders. The lagoon is also home to 14 types of raptors. Around 152 rare and endangered Irrawaddy dolphins have also been reported. Plus, the lagoon supports about 37 species of reptiles and amphibians.
The highly productive Chilika Lagoon eco-system with its rich fishery resources sustains the livelihood for many fishermen who live in and near the lagoon. The water spread area of the lagoon ranges between 1165 and 906 km2during the monsoon and summer respectively. A 32 km long, narrow, outer channel connects the lagoon to the Bay of Bengal, near the village Motto. More recently a new mouth has been opened by CDA which has brought a new lease of life to the lagoon.
Microalgae, marine seaweeds, sea grasses, fish and crab also flourish in the brackish water of the Chilika Lagoon.