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Red-Blue Talab o Kavir Mighan
Arak

تالاب میقان درياچه ميغان آخرين حلقه اکولوژيک حوزه آبريز دشت اراک است که آب هاى سطحى مسيل هاى فصلى را جذب مى کند. گياهان دشتى اطراف درياچه ميغان از گونه خشکى پسند و شورپسند هستند. مساحت درياچه ميغان با توجه به آب هاى ورودى آن از حدود ۱۰۰ تا ۱۱۰ کيلومترمربع متغير است. اين محدوده از نظر اقليمى زمستان هاى معتدل دارد و به جهت همين ويژگى، توقفگاه گروه هاى بزرگى از پرندگان مهاجر است که از نواحى سردسير شمال به سرزمين هاى گرمسير جنوب کوچ مى کنند. اين درياچه در روزگاران گذشته به نام نمکزار فراهان مشهور بوده است. محيط درياچه ميغان از ۱۶ تا ۲۴ کيلومتر متغير است و جزيره کوچکى در وسط آن قرار گرفته است که آثار و خرابه هاى ساختمانى در آن وجود دارد. آب درياچه به قدرى شور است که در هر ليتر آن در تابستان ۵۰ گرم، در بهار ۳۸ گرم و در زمستان ۲۸ گرم نمک وجود دارد. اين درياچه زيستگاه گروه هاى بزرگ پرندگان است و آب و هواى آن در فصل پاييز بسيار مناسب است.

Copyright: Omid jafarnezhad
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