Logata

Logata

 

a river in the Taimyr (Dolgan-Nenets) National Okrug, Krasnoiarsk Krai, RSFSR; a right tributary of the Verkhniaia Taimyra River (Kara Sea basin). Length, 393 km; basin area, 10,900 sq km. It flows through the Northern Siberia Lowland. The river is meandering. More than 3,200 small lakes with a total area of 926 sq km are found in the basin of the Logata. The river is fed by snow and rain. The Logata freezes over in late September and thaws in early June.

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Malaya Logata 89-92 (4) Late Cold Anser albifrons albifrons 89-92 (4) Anser fabalis rossicus 89-92 (4) Branta ruficollis 8.
Major snowfalls during spring and summer were reported from Yamal (5) for May and June; Malaya Logata (7) for May, June and early July; Knipovich Bay (8) for June and July; Howe Island (19) for May and June; La Perouse Bay (23) for June; and Laforge I (28) for June.
This pattern was confirmed by information we received from Russkiy Zavorot (4), Yamal (5), Pyasina Delta (6), Malaya Logata (7), Knipovich Bay (8), Pronchishcheva Lake (10), Anadyr Gulf (12), and Wrangel Island (13).
The following observations were mentioned: very poor success and low numbers of long-tailed ducks and bean geese at Russkiy Zavorot (4); no nesting of white-fronted geese and king eiders and very low numbers of long-tailed ducks at Yamal (5); very low numbers of king eiders and long-tailed ducks at Malaya Logata (7); large numbers of nonbreeders or failed breeders of brent geese, long-tailed ducks, and bar-tailed godwits at Knipovich Bay (8); low numbers of nesting black-bellied brent geese and common eiders at Howe Island (19); very low nesting density of green-winged teal, black duck, common scorer, and surf scorer at Laforge I (28).