Tenders are invited for installation of supply and exhaust ventilation in warehouses goauson kandalaksha
dipi, located at the address: murmansk region, kandalaksha
Bay in the White Sea, where our study was conducted, is a mussel-rich area, with mussel biomass in the beds approaching dozens of kilograms per square meter (Lukanin, 1985).
Tests of pacing characteristics of the current prototype of the pacing base station were conducted under different bottom conditions at a depth of up to 20 m in the Kandalaksha
Gulf of the White Sea (Fig.
Phytoplankton composition of the Kandalaksha
Gulf, Russian White Sea: Dinophysis and lipophilic toxins in the blue mussel (Mytilus edulis).
femoratum were collected from Kandalaksha
Bay of the White Sea along with a colony of hydroids, Ectopleura larynx (Ellis & Solander, 1786), on which they were living and feeding.
Distribuition of heterotrophic flagellates at the litoral Estuary of Chernaya River (Kandalaksha
Bay, White Sea).
About half of the harvest quota was filled in the Kandalaksha
and Terskiy districts in the 20th century, but central districts started playing a larger role in the harvest at the beginning of the 1970s, especially the Lovozero district by 1976.
, at the north-western tip of the White Sea, one of Woods' companions alighted to take command of a force of 'Red' Finns, refugees from the recent Communist uprising in their country who had regrouped across the border.
We are grateful to the ringing centres in the United States, Canada, Iceland, Greenland, Russia (Kandalaksha
State Nature Reserve), and Norway for access to the data on recovery of Brunnich's guillemots in the North Atlantic.
The letter said that greenshank DN86741 was killed in the Chupa Kandalaksha
Bay on the White Sea in northern Russia close to the border with Finland.
Marine and brackish-water centrohelids (Centroheliozoa, Sarcodina) of Kandalaksha
Bay of the White Sea.
An investigation was launched after reports of an 80-year-old British mass grave in a field near Kandalaksha
, south of Murmansk.