the First mention of the Caspian sea occur on ancient clay tablets (IX century BC), found during excavations of Nineveh, capital of Assyria. The modern name of the Caspian sea got the name of the ancient tribes — Caspians who inhabited the right Bank of the Kura near the sea in the second Millennium BC.
Caspian sea — the largest landlocked water body on the planet. The coastline of the Caspian sea is 5970 km, of which 2320 km refers to Kazakhstan. The level of the Caspian sea as a closed body of water, exposed to significant long-term, interannual and seasonal fluctuations.
RSE “Kazhydromet” is a weekly forecast of the Caspian sea level. 09-14 July in the Northern part of the Caspian sea level fluctuation is expected to be around minus 28,03 m elevation to a maximum minus of 27.77 m and a decline to the lowest level in a minus of 28.36.
In the Middle of the Caspian sea fluctuation in sea level is expected to be around minus 28,13 m elevation to the maximum level minus 27,87 m and the decline to the minimum minus 28,41.
the Actual state of the water surface of the Caspian sea for the period 02-07 July 2020 in line with the previous weekly forecast.
the Monitoring level fluctuations of the Caspian sea is carried out according to operational data of sea stations and posts Kazhydromet: Fort-Shevchenko, Aktau, Fetisovo and Roshydromet (MG Makhachkala).
Visual coastline is the largest closed body of water is represented on the satellite image for 06 July 2020. The project “NASA”. All information on the Caspian sea is presented on the website of “Kazhydromet” https://www.kazhydromet.kz/kaspiyskoe-more/ezhenedelnyy-obzor-sostoyaniya-poverhnosti-kaspiyskogo-morya.