Samarovo Glaciation

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Samarovo Glaciation

 

(derived from the name of the former village of Samarovo, which in 1950 became part of Khanty-Mansiisk), the maximum glaciation of Western Siberia, correlated with the Dnieper glaciation of the Eastern European Plain. The name was suggested by S. B. Shatskii in 1954.

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