Narva-Jõesuu

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Narva-Jõesuu

 

(Ust’-Narva), an urban-type settlement in the Estonian SSR, under the jurisdiction of the Narva city soviet. Located where the Narva River flows into Narva Bay, 14 km northwest of Narva. Population, 3,600 (1974). Narva-Jõesuu is a seaside climatic resort. Summers are moderately warm, with an average July temperature of 17°C; winters are mild, with an average January temperature of —7°C. Annual precipitation, 680 mm. A beach of fine sand extends for 10 km. A sanatorium, houses of rest, and boarding houses are located there. Commercial fishing is also carried on.

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The 12 LST is equal to 12 EET at the Narva-Joesuu and to 12:25 EET at the Vilsandi station.
The coastal sampling sites were located at Keibu Bay near Nova village (Nova Beach, the westernmost sampling site), at Pirita Beach within Tallinn City, and at a popular beach of Narva Bay adjacent to a small town of Narva-Joesuu (the easternmost site).
The analysis below is based on three visually observed wave data sets recorded at (i) the western coast of the island of Vilsandi (58[degrees]22'59"N, 21[degrees]48'55"E), (ii) Pakri in the western part of the GoF (59[degrees]23'37"N, 24[degrees]02'40"E), and (iii) Narva-Joesuu in the eastern part of this gulf (59[degrees]28'06"N, 28[degrees]02'42"E) in Narva Bay (Fig.
The spas of Haapsalu, Parnu, Saaremaa, Narva-Joesuu, as well as those of Tallinn are popular.
In September 1939 ten more machine-gun caponiers on the riverbank between Narva-Joesuu and Narva were completed.
rhaponticum upon the plant growth stage, the root samples from plants cultivated in Narva-Joesuu were collected monthly, from April to October 2002 (collection date within 6th to 10th day in every month), and dried at room temperature in darkness for two weeks.
Although there are 19 coastal marine stations operated by the EMHI, the sea level measurements are currently carried out at the Dirhami, Haapsalu, Heltermaa, Kunda, Loksa, Narva-Joesuu, Parnu, Ristna, Rohukula, Rohuneeme, Roomassaare and Virtsu stations (however, the list can change from one year to another).
Last, but not least, one of the most valuable presents every Estonian would suggest giving is a "spa gift card" for a relaxing weekend in one of the endless spas of Estonia's seaside resorts--Haapsalu, Parnu, Saaremaa, Narva-Joesuu, or in Tallinn itself.
The sandy beach of Narva-Joesuu (to the north from the town of Narva) is one of the most suitable areas for recreation in Estonia.
Secondly, visual observations made at several coastal hydrometeorological stations (Vilsandi, Narva-Joesuu, Pakri) have recently been digitized (Soomere & Zaitseva 2007; Zaitseva-Parnaste et al.