Ersa


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Ersa

 

(Erga), a river in the Komi ASSR. A right tributary of the Pechora River. Length, 206 km; basin area, 2,520 sq km. It originates in a hilly area and flows among swamps, falling into the Labazskii Shar channel of the Pechora. The Ersa is fed by snow and rain.

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Among the award winners were Ersa Koskuntuna, University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth, Amy Knopka, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC, and Haoming Rong, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN, who received INTC 2001 Student Recognition awards, and Deanna Beth Wood, Philadelphia University, Philadelphia, PA, who received the 2001-2002 TAPPI Scholarship Award.