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Arctic Tundra melting in late June, "Taimyrsky Zapovednik", Central Taimyr, Russia, 1989

Arctic Tundra melting in late June, "Taimyrsky Zapovednik", Central Taimyr, Russia, 1989

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Uploaded 08 Mar 2013 by Peter Prokosch
Zapovednik (nature reserve) "Taimyrsky" was the first destination of the first German-Soviet expedition in 1989 to the Taimyr peninsular in Northern Siberia. The nature reserve in the north of Krasnoyarsky Krai was established in 1979. Except the main area the Zapovednik includes also three isolated sites – "Ary-Mas", "Lukunsky", "Balakhinsky". The total area is 1781,9 thousand ha. - The Taimyr peninsular is covered by the most extensive and northernmost tundra habitats in Siberia. These en ...
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