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Caspian Sea

The Caspian Sea is the world’s largest inland body of water

Bordering Azerbaijan, Russia, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan and Iran, it is 7000 kilometers long
Caspian Sea

The Caspian Sea has no access to the world ocean

The basin lies as low as 27.5 meters below sea level
Caspian Sea

The climate and landscape in the Caspian Sea basin vary greatly

There are around 141 species of fish, and 5 of them are endemic
Caspian Sea

The Caspian Sea basin is uniquely landlocked

Many rivers empty into the Caspian Sea, Volga and Ural being the biggest
Caspian Sea

The Caspian Sea is the world’s largest inland body of water

Bordering Azerbaijan, Russia, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan and Iran, the shoreline is 7000 kilometers long
Caspian Sea

The Caspian Sea has no access to the world ocean

The basin lies as low as 27.5 meters below sea level
Caspian Sea

The climate and landscape in the Caspian Sea basin vary greatly

There are around 141 species of fish, and 5 of them are endemic
Caspian Land

The Caspian Sea basin is uniquely landlocked

Many rivers empty into the Caspian Sea, Volga and Ural being the biggest
Caspian Seals

The Caspian Sea is the world’s largest inland body of water

Bordering Azerbaijan, Russia, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan and Iran, the shoreline is 7000 kilometers long
SBM offshore

The Caspian Sea has no access to the world ocean

The basin lies as low as 27.5 meters below sea level
Caspian Sea

The climate and landscape in the Caspian Sea basin vary greatly

There are around 141 species of fish, and 5 of them are endemic
Caspian Sea

The Caspian Sea basin is uniquely landlocked

Many rivers empty into the Caspian Sea, Volga and Ural being the biggest

Welcome to the Caspian Environmental Information Centre

A centralized environmental information hub for the Caspian Sea Region

It provides a platform for information networking and collaboration between the Caspian littoral states, and also NGOs operating within the region.