Semiluki


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Semiluki

 

a city (since 1954) and administrative center of Semiluki Raion, Voronezh Oblast, RSFSR; located on the right bank of the Don River. Railroad station 11 km west of the city of Voronezh. Population, 20,700 (1975). Industry in Semiluki includes the manufacture of refractory products, construction materials, and household chemical products.

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eight glacial epochs (Pokrovka, Devitsa, Don, Oka, Kaluga, Zhizdra, Dnieper, Valdai) and nine interglacials (Petropavlovka, Gremychie, Semiluki, Muchkap, Likhvin, Chekalin, Cherepet', Mikulino, and the Holocene), which are represented either as complete climatic rhythms of glacial and interglacial rank, or as considerable portions of climatic-phytocoenotic phases--constituents of the rhythm (Bolikhovskaya 1995, 2004).
It features a thick humus horizon, which in all probability developed in the forest-steppe of the Semiluki (late Il'inka) thermochron.