Koksu

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Koksu

 

a river in Taldy-Kurgan Oblast, Kazakh SSR, left tributary of the Karatal (basin of Lake Balkhash). Length, 205 km; basin area, 4,670 sq km. The river rises in the southwestern slopes of the Dzungarian Alatau. It is called the Karaaryk River from its source to the point at which the Kazan River empties into it. The mean annual flow rate 46 km from the mouth is approximately 57 eu m per sec. Muskrats are raised in the Koksu valley.

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Another 24.8 percent of local production was provided by manufacturers of the Almaty region, where the following corporation's plants operate: Koksu, Aksu, Burundai, Eskeldi and Alakol sugar factories.
ekspozycja na paki i smole weglowa, oleje lupkowe, sadze weglowa, produkcje koksu, arsen i jego zwiazki (produkcja pestycydow, wytapianie miedzi, olowiu i cynku), oleje mineralne, produkty ropopochodne, WWA, proces gazyfikacji wegla i dibenzo[a,h]-antracen [32-34].
Wreckage was found scattered in a radius of 500 meters near the village of Koksu in Almaty region.
TEHRAN (FNA)- The Kazakh Defense Ministry confirmed the crash of a warplane Sukhoi Su-27 from the Taldykorgan airbase, as the jet was found 15 kilometers from the village of Zhanalyk in the Koksu district of the republic.
G y v e n a m u o s i u o s e n a m u o s e d a z n i a u s i a i n a u d o j a m o s m a lk o s, t a c i a u n a u d o j a m o s i r a k m e n s a n g l y s b e i k o k s a s (=Gyvenamieji namai dazniausiai sildomi malkomis, reciau - akmens anglimis bei koksu) (407).