Polesye

Polesye,

lowland: see PripyatPripyat
or Pripet
, Pol. Prypeć, river, c.440 mi (710 km) long, rising NW of Kovel, NW Ukraine, near the Polish border, and flowing generally E through the Pripyat Marshes, S Belarus, into the Dnieper River in NE Ukraine.
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In the steppes they collected 2.4 million tons, in Lesostep almost 2 million tons, and in Polesye almost 0.9 million tons were harvested.
The captain of the Polesye 8 was arrested, said police, noting his blood-alcohol limit exceeded allowable levels.
For this purpose we chose two lakes from each physiogeographic area, which allowed us to cover almost the entire territory of the republic: Lozoviki and Krivoe for the northern district (Poozerye); Mezhuzhol and Sudoble for the central district (Central Belarus); Bobrovichskoe and Oltushskoe for the southern district (Polesye) (Fig.
Study of the moose population structure in Pripyat Polesye. Pages 84-88 in Biological aspects of development, reconstruction and protection of the animal world of Byelorussia.