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Belarus State University. Atlas of Belarus Geography. Minsk 2005; State Committee for Land Resources, Geodesy and Cartography. National Atlas of Belarus. Minsk 2002; Botnaru V. and O. Kazantseva. Republic of Moldova. Atlas. Chisinau 2005; State Committee for Natural Resources. Integrated Atlas of Ukraine. Kyiv 2005.
Uploaded on Friday 17 Feb 2012
Water basins of Eastern Europe
Viktor Novikov, UNEP/GRID-Arendal
The region’s eastern boundary roughly corresponds to the Dnieper watershed, and its western and south-western boundaries are loosely defined by the Z. Bug, Prut and Danube rivers as well as by the Carpathian Mountains. Roughly speaking, the Dniester River separates Moldova from Ukraine and the Pripyat marshlands in Polesie divide Ukraine and Belarus.