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Gdov

 

a city, center of Gdov Raion, Pskov Oblast, RSFSR. Located on the Gdovka River, 2 km from the river’s mouth at Lake Chudskoe (Peipus).

Gdov is the terminal station on a 100-km branch of the Leningrad-Tallinn railway line. It is the site of a fish-processing factory, a vegetable cannery, and a dairy plant. Gdov was founded as a fortress in 1431 and has been a city since 1780.

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In the eastern part, clays of the Kotlin Formation divide the CVAS into two separate aquifers, the upper Voronka aquifer and the lower Gdov aquifer (Fig.
About thermobitumen of Gdov oil shale // Transactions of the Institute of Goryuchih Iskopayemyh.
The Cambrian-Vendian aquifer system, including in the eastern part of the study area the upper, Voronka aquifer ([V.sub.2]Vr), the lower, Gdov aquifer ([V.sub.2]Gd), and the intermediate, Kotlin aquitard ([V.sub.2]Kt), crops out along the northern coast of Estonia on the bottom of the Gulf of Finland.
In eastern Estonia the CVAS includes the upper, Voronka aquifer ([V.sub.2]vr), the lower, Gdov aquifer ([V.sub.2]gd), and the intermediate clayey Kotlin aquitard ([V.sub.2]kt).
About thermobitum of Gdov oil shale // Transactions of the Institute of Goryuchih Iskopayemyh.
In the vicinity of Voka Settlement the valley floor is already in the clastic rocks of the Ediacaran Kotlin and Gdov formations (Fig.
The Gdov (V2gd) and Voronka ([V.sub.2]vr) aquifers are separated by the Kotlin ([V.sub.2]kt) aquitard.
* The only aquifer system that has been well protected in Ida-Virumaa so far--Cambrian-Vendian (Gdov)--is overexploited, its quality does not meet requirements for drinking water