Guberlia

The following article is from The Great Soviet Encyclopedia (1979). It might be outdated or ideologically biased.

Guberlia

 

mountains in the southeastern part of the southern Urals in the basin of the Guberlia River. The average elevation is 300–350 m, with the maximum point rising to over 400 m. The range measures about 70 km long. It is composed chiefly of tuff and flinty slate and clay shale from the lower and middle Paleozoic. The slopes have primarily steppe vegetation. There are deposits of iron, copper, and nickel ore.

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