Mustvee

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Mustvee

 

a city in Jüõgeva Raion, Estonian SSR. It is a landing on the northwestern shore of Lake Chudskoe, at the point where the Chernaia River empties into the lake. Mustvee is located on the Tartu-Khotla-Järve highway, 38 km east of the Jõgeva railroad station on the Pskov-Tallinn line. Knitted goods are produced in Mustvee.

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The WL measurements were made at the Mustvee Hydrometric Station (58[degrees]50'51" N, 26[degrees]57'04" E) on the northwestern shore of Peipsi s.s.
One-third of the maritime border between Estonia and Russia on the border lakes Peipsi and Lammijarv has been marked by the Estonian Maritime Administration with buoys by now," Jalmar Ernits, chief of the Mustvee border guard base of the Police and Border Guard Board, said.
Daily values of water temperature of Lake Peipsi in 2004-2012 measured at the Mustvee hydrometric station (58[degrees]50'N, 26[degrees]57'E) were obtained from the Institute of Meteorology and Hydrology of the Estonian Ministry of Environment.
Das Abitur legte er 1943 an der Mittelschule in Mustvee ab, besuchte anschliessend vier Jahre lang das Lehrerseminar in Tartu und schloss 1952 an der Staatlichen Universitat Tartu ein Studium der finnisch-ugrischen Sprachen ab.
There are no clear morphological signs of continuation of the ridge in the adjoining coastal areas, but west of the Sahmen Shallow, between Mustvee and Tammispaa, till is outcropping in the bottom of the lake and on the coast.
The soil pH values as measured were: Tartu, 6.50; Kasari, 5.00; Tallinn, 7.52; Tooma, 7.40; Palmse, 6.20; Narva, 7.64; Mustvee, 7.00; AP, 7.54; Papiaru, 7.10; and Arase 7.12; that is mostly neutral to basic, which is typical of soils in many parts of Estonia.
The treated wastewater is directed to the network of forest oxidation ponds and subsequently into the Mustvee River.
A very low sea level pressure, 953.1 hPa, was registered in Mustvee (Kamenik 2008).
MUSTVEE - Talented young Estonian rally driver Ott Tanak has again shown glimpses of his full potential on the fourth leg of the 2012 World Rally Championship (WRC), despite only finishing in 14th place.