Ingulets

Ingulets

 

, a city (since 1956) in the Dnepropetrovsk Oblast of the Ukrainian SSR, on the Ingulets River (tributary of the Dnieper). Railroad station (Ingulets Novyi). Population, 32,200 (1970). It has iron-ore mines, a concentration combine, and a concrete plant. An evening ore-concentration technicum is located in Ingulets.


Ingulets

 

or Malyi Ingul, a river in the Ukrainian SSR, a right tributary of the Dnieper. Length, 549 km; basin area, 13,700 sq km.

It arises and flows for most of its length through the Dnieper uplands, crossing the Black Sea plain in its lower reaches. Melting snow is the major source of its water. The average flow rate measured at the village of Mogilovka is 0.32 cu m per sec. The river freezes over in the second half of December and thaws in late March. A major right tributary is the Visun’ River. Navigation is possible up to a point 109 km from its mouth. The cities of Aleksandriia, Krivoi Rog, Ingulets, and Snigirevka are located along its course. The Ingulets basin is also the site of the Krivoi Rog iron-ore basin.

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Concentrations of phenol up to 10 times higher than maximum permissible are observed in numerous Ukrainian water bodies such as Dnieper river and its tributaries Gorin, Desna, Sula, Grouse, Vorskla, Samara, Ingulets which receive industrial wastewater.
Radiocarbon dates from the graves of the Yamnaya culture at the Ingulets River (the Kirovohrad region).--The Foundations of Radiocarbon Chronology of Cultures between the Vistula and Dnieper: 3150-1850 BC.
* In 2014, the Poltava mine was the country's largest iron ore-producing mine, followed by the Ingulets GOK and Northern GOK which collectively accounted for 77% of the country's total production for the year.
The Ingulets GOK mine produced 13.2Mt, followed by the Northern GOK and Central GOK mines with respective production totals of 11.0Mt and 6.4Mt.
It started from the station Dzhankoi of the South railway and went to the north-west, it turned westward after crossing the Dnipro below the Ingulets and then it was connected with Kherson-Mykolaiv railway near Kherson, so it passed through the modern Kherson area and the north territory of the Autonomous republic of Crimea.