Sysola

Sysola

 

a river in the Komi ASSR, with its upper course in Kirov Oblast, RSFSR; a left tributary of the Vychegda River. The Sysola is 487 km long and drains an area of 17,200 sq km. It rises in the Severnye Uvaly. It is fed predominantly by snow. High water lasts from the second half of April to mid-June. The mean flow rate 318 km from the mouth is about 33 cu m per sec. The Sysola freezes in late October or in November, and the ice breaks up in late April or early May. The river is used for floating timber; the lower Sysola is navigable. The city of Syktyvkar is located near the mouth of the Sysola.

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In the north, their escapes on the day surface refer to Sysola, Maulomy, Velykaya, Letka, Cobra, Upper Kama basins.
The Cretaceous sediments are common in Sysola river basin, the upper flow of Kama and Vyatka, on the right bank of the Volga river, south of Ulyanovsk.
To determine the influence of rock lithology on the slope asymmetry of the river valleys the special studies on 14 sites located submeridionally from the basin of Sysola river in the north to the Ilovlya river basin in the south.
The book also contained a chapter titled "The results of the study of Sysola oil shale by using geophysical logging data".
The oil shale deposits of the Timan-Pechora OSB are developed in two isolated areas, namely the Nar'yan-Mar and Izhma regions, and those of the Vychegda OSB are distributed in the Sysola and Yarenga regions (Fig.
Bed III is widely represented in the Sysola region.
Esta tribu todavia no tuvo su territorio bien demarcado migrando en las cuencas de los rios Vychegda, Sysola, y Vym.
kaja- 'werfen' > komiS Sysola, komiP koj- 'giessen, schutten' (UEW).
Nur in dem folkloristischen und an der mittleren Sysola fixierten Ausdruck ponel'ej ke monej, sespu zaljej keljej (buchstablich: 'mein Schwiegertochter--ein stacheliges Tannenbaumchen, Schwiegerschwester--Ebereschenstrauch'), ist das in der modernen Sprache nicht gebrauchliche Wort zal erhalten, das vom Kontext ausgehend und in Anlehnung an die im Finnischen (salo .