Argut

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Argut

 

a river in the central Altai; right tributary of the Katun’. Its length is 232 km (from the source of the Akalakha River); the area of its basin is 9,550 sq km. It is fed by snow, rain, and glaciers. The Argut freezes in November and breaks up in April.

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Existiendo un gran numero de afloramientos donde ha sido atestiguado, gran parte de ellos con trazas de explotacion antigua: Campan, Sost, Cierp, Argut, Estours, Pont de la Taule-Seix, Pont de la Taule-Couflens y Espiougue (Antonelli, 1999).
By 2003, three additional protected areas were created: Chui-Uzy, Argut, and Katun nature parks.