Chusovaya

Chusovaya

(cho͞osəvī`ə), river, c.460 mi (740 km) long, E European Russia. It rises in the central Urals and flows northwest through a major industrial region to join the Kama Reservoir near Perm, site of the Kama hydroelectric station. The Chusovaya is navigable c.250 mi (400 km).
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The Chusovaya, Kosva, Yayva, almost all the Kama, Inva, Kosa rivers, and Kama-Kolva Interfluve were densely populated.
At that period the Komi-Permyaks lived on both banks of the Kama, Chusovaya and all big right-bank tributaries of the Kama-Obva, Inva, Kosa as well as Kolva and Vishera.
It occupied the Sylva basin from its start till the Tis inflow including its tributaries Babka, Iren, Irgina, Shakva, and Barda (the Sylva is a left-bank tributary of the Chusovaya which is the Kama tributary).
There are such belts in the neighbouring territories also, in the Chusovaya River region in particular.
Triad assessment of the impact of chromium contamination on benthic macroinvertebrates in the Chusovaya river (Urals, Russia).