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Melting Tundra at Sturmanov, 76.00N 96.30E, Coast of Taimyr, Russia, July 1989

Melting Tundra at Sturmanov, 76.00N 96.30E, Coast of Taimyr, Russia, July 1989

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Uploaded 08 Apr 2013 by Peter Prokosch
Within the former German-Soviet Environmental Agreement in the years 1989-1991 3 biological expeditions to the Taimyr peninsular in northernmost Siberia were performed. They laid the ground for a partnership agreement between the Taimyrsky Zapovednik (nature reserve) and the Schleswig-Holstein Waddensea National Park and later the establishment (1993) of the Great Arctic Reserve (Zapovednik). The Taimyr peninsular is covered by the most extensive and northernmost tundra habitats in Siberia. ...
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