Indiga

Indiga

 

a river in the Nenets National Okrug, Arkhangelsk Oblast, RSFSR. It measures 193 km long and drains an area of 3,790 sq km. The Indiga flows through the Malozemel’skaia Tundra and empties into the Indiga Bay of the Barents Sea. In its upper reaches it has rifts and rapids and in its lower reaches, a slow current and a broad floodplain. The river is fed mainly by snow. It freezes in late October and early November; the ice breaks up in May. It is navigable for 25 km during high tide.

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Scope: The construction of Indiga, a deep-water port on the Northern Sea Route, is expected to begin in 2020.
Arnanda indiga, a Buddhist who lives close to St Sebastian's church, believes people of all faiths can still live in harmony, despite the bombings.
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-Transneft has planned a pipeline to Indiga, 240 miles from the Timan-Pechora producing basin, which is closer but iced-over in winter.
The location of the latest incident is yards away from Fisher Street, where the body of Indiga Daniel Wallace, known as Danny, was found last November.
Por alla, en la mar indiga, en la isla senorial, tendida estaba entre sabanas blancas y sus dulces ojos admiraban a su vastago en su cesto verde.
Proposed lines would carry oil from Russia's West Siberian and Tyumen-Pechora basins west and north to a deepwater terminal at Murmansk or Indiga on the Barents Sea (Figure 3).
The fieldwork was carried out in the following locales: (i) the town of Naryan-Mar, the administrative centre of the district; (ii) Iskatelei, the second largest settlement in the NAO; (iii) the village of Krasnoe, home base for the reindeer herders of the Varandey tundra; (iv) camps of nomadic reindeer herders on the Varandey tundra; (v) the villages of Indiga and Viucheskoe, both near Cape Svyatoi Nos, site of the future terminal proposed by the NAO administration; (vi) the village of Oma and the Kanin tundra, in order to execute a comparative study in places with no current industrial activity; and (vii) the Yuzno-Shapkino oil field, an example of existing extensive and intensive exploitation of natural resources with the support and control of the European Bank.
The CEO of Russian national pipeline company, Transneft's Semyon Vainshtok, said Russian oil producers are prepared to guarantee only 300,000 bpd to the proposed Arctic pipeline that would link Kharyaga in TimanPechora to Indiga on the Barents Sea.
Karklins's second play, Indiga efeja (Poison Ivy), would have been a better example of his dramatic writing than this upgraded English drawing-room comedy.
who lives here but we do not want to lose hope arnanda indiga resident of negombo Parishioners who had been behind the stone pillars survived, in what locals are calling the miracle of St Sebastian.
Researchers will visit the hydrometeorological station "Kanin Nos", the meteorological station "Cape Mikulkin", cross the ice Cheshskaya Guba of the Barents Sea to the village of Indiga and arrive in the capital of the Nenets Autonomous District - the city of Naryan-Mar.