Popovka

Popovka

 

a river in Magadan Oblast and Yakut ASSR, a left tributary of the Kolyma River. The Popovka is 356 km long and drains an area of 8,350 sq km. It rises in the eastern spurs of the Polar Range, flowing to the north through a wide valley. It is fed by snow and rain.

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Of similar size are the specimens from Popovka in Naturhistoriska Riksmuseet, Stockholm (RM Br.
Naturhistoriska Riksmuseet in Stockholm is thanked for providing access to the brachiopod specimens from the Popovka locality.
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Dans les villages de Popovka et de Pushta situes dans le parc naturel, plus de 1.
The majority of specimens came from the Popovka River district close to Pavlovsk, the remainder from localities along the banks of the Tosna, Izhora, Luga, Lava, and Volkhov rivers of northwestern Russia, and only seven were from northern Estonia (NE: Paite, Toila, and Luganuse; NW: Maekula and Paldiski; Fig.
The latter occurs in both the Maekula and Vassilkovo beds in the Lava section, where the grain size of the Maekula beds is somewhat finer as compared to that in the Popovka or Maekalda sections; the difference in grain-size hints at the possibility that K.
One fragmentary cranidium of the globally distributed pelagic Carolinites Ross was collected in the Lava section in addition to the specimen in Popovka (Balashova 1961).
11 samples from Russia (Krasnoe collective farm at Shungarovo, Gorodistshe, Izhora, Kotly-Koporye Gostilitsy, Nazia-Volhov-Syas, Popovka, Pulkovo, Ranolovo, Sablinka), mostly weathered;
Selon un communique du ministere des Situations d'urgence de la republique russe de Mordovie, oE est situee la reserve naturelle, l'incendie dans le district de Popovka, dont le chef-lieu est a 17 km de Sarov, n'a pas regresse, affectant toujours 1.
The main graptolite sites are located along the Popovka, Lava, Volkhov, Lomashka, Syas', Nazya, Izhora, and Narva rivers, also near Lake Dudergof.
Koren' from the well-studied sections at several localities along the Russian part of the Baltic-Ladoga Klint (Putilovo, Babino, Ivangorod, and Kingisepp quarries, on the Popovka and Lava rivers) (Fig.