Maardu


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Maardu

 

an urban-type settlement in the Estonian SSR. It is located on the Gulf of Finland, 14 km from the Ulemiste railroad station and 20 km east of Tallinn. Population, 7,000 (1970). It has a chemical combine, which produces mineral fertilizers.

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3) name and address of the contracting authority private limited company talboks 10094410 old narva road 18 maardu 74114 estonia phone: +372 5140411 e-mail: Heli@talboks.
Fur Maardu sind Getreidearten wie Gerste, Weizen und Hafer nachgewiesen.
On 12 August 2005, a tornado appeared in Maardu, uprooting trees and destroying roofs and windows (Kallis 2012).
Between 1964 and 1991 approximately 73 million tonnes of GA was mined from the covering layer of phosphorite ore at Maardu, near Tallinn.
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Within the study area with high Rn risk several towns (Tallinn, Paldiski, Keila, Saue, Maardu, Kehra, Loksa), other settlements, and farmsteads are situated.
During the five-day visit the participants will go to Tallinn, Keila, Maardu and Rakvele to see how the concept of neighborhood watch is being applied in practice in Estonia, where it has been functioning for over ten years.
Thereafter quantitative and qualitative studies were conducted in the City of Maardu, which is located in the vicinity of Tallinn and also belongs to the segregative language environment of Estonia.
1999, "Atmospheric Oxidation of the Pyrite waste rock in Maardu, Estonia.
In lakes with continuous sedimentation, such as Ulemiste, Maardu, Mustjarv, and Ermistu, Betula pollen surpasses in frequency Pinks pollen (Saarse et al.
CHAMPIONS LEAGUE July 12, 2000: TNS 2 Levadia Maardu 2 (qualifying round, at the Racecourse) July 19, 2000: Levadia Maardu 4 TNS 0
Record transfer fee - N/A Champions League record - lost 6-2 on aggregate to FC Levadia Maardu of Estonia, first round, 2000