Cherskii

Cherskii

 

an urban-type settlement and administrative center of Nizhnekolymsk Raion, Yakut ASSR. Cherskii is a port on the Kolyma River. The settlement has a fish-processing plant, a meat-dairy combine, and a reindeer-breeding and fur-farming sovkhoz. The floating gas-turbine electric power plant Severnoe Siianie-01 is in Cherskii. The settlement was named in honor of J. Czerski (I. D. Cherskii).

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Address : The Russian Federation, 678830, Sakha / Yakutia / Resp, Cherskii n Oiunsky, 1 -
Measurement Ny- Category Alert Barrow Cherskii Eureka Alesund Aerosol 9 22 0 3 7 Atmospheric State 6 72 2 3 5 Cloud Properties 1 1 17 0 7 2 Cryosphere 0 51 2 1 0 Greenhouse Gas 35 91 1 6 17 Ozone 8 10 0 10 13 POPs 0 0 0 0 1 Precipitation 0 0 0 0 29 Chemistry Radiometric 5 50 2 7 2 Reactive Gas 25 24 0 14 38 Surface Properties 0 99 5 4 0 Measurement Pallas- Station Category Sodankyla Nord Summit Tiksi Aerosol 13 0 7 9 Atmospheric State 6 3 11 9 Cloud Properties 1 0 16 3 Cryosphere 0 0 1 2 Greenhouse Gas 15 0 54 14 Ozone 12 0 10 6 POPs 7 0 0 0 Precipitation 2 0 0 0 Chemistry Radiometric 3 0 23 10 Reactive Gas 51 0 19 1 Surface Properties 0 0 0 8 Fig.
He flies to Moscow, then takes a sixhour flight to the republic's capital of Yakutsk, then another plane to the former Soviet port of Cherskii.
The original member observatories in the IASOA consortium were Barrow (Alaska), Eureka and Alert (both in Nunavut, Canada), Summit (Greenland), Ny-Alesund (Norway), Pallas and Sodankyla (Finland), Tiksi and Cherskii (Russia), and Abisko1 (Sweden).
However, there are significant differences between observatories as to the depth of the warming layer, with Cherskii and Tiksi showing lower-level warming below the 800- and 700-hPa pressure levels, respectively, while Sodankyla, Eureka, Alert, and Barrow have increasingly deeper warming layers (up to 500, 325, and 300 hPa, respectively).
2], and their stable isotopic composition are measured at seven of the IASOA observatories (Alert, Ny-Alesund, Summit, Tiksi, Barrow, Cherskii, and Pallas).