Taimyr Peninsula

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Taimyr Peninsula:

see Taymyr PeninsulaTaymyr Peninsula
or Taimyr Peninsula
, northernmost projection of Siberia, N Krasnoyarsk Territory, N central Siberian Russia, between the estuaries of the Yenisei and Khatanga rivers and extending into the Arctic Ocean.
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, Russia.

Taimyr Peninsula

a large peninsula of N central Russia, between the Kara Sea and the Laptev Sea
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1, Sakhalin Island in 1872 and 1955; 2, Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug, since the 19th century to the present time; 3, Olenyoksky District, Yakutia, 1958; 4, Taymyr Autonomous Okrug, 1977.
Some present-day dog breeds, particularly northern breeds, can trace part of their ancestry to the Taymyr wolf's line, the researchers found.
Six nuclear icebreakers, four of the heavy Arktika class and two of the shallow-draft Taymyr class, maintain the NSR, and major Russian commercial enterprises have begun acquiring their own icebreaking cargo ships.
In the case of the formation of Krasnoyarsk Krai, resource-rich Evenk and Taymyr autonomous okrugs were subsumed by a significantly poorer--albeit geographically larger--subject, in the process forfeiting formal recognition of their cultural distinctiveness.
Russian Arctic archaeologist Khlobystin (1931-88) reports results from field work in the Taymyr Peninsula on the north coast of Russia, between 1967 and 1981.
Ecological structure of wild reindeer in Taymyr. Ecologiya 1:49-57.
In the case of the illegally formed Taymyr autonomous district's electoral committee, the committee was composed of election candidates themselves -- an unprecedented violation of the electoral law and worthy of the Guinness Book of Records.
In some regions of the center of the northern coast of Eurasia, for example the Taymyr Peninsula or in the east of Northwest Territories (Canada), it may be 373-435 mi (600-700 km) wide.
The Nenets, known in the past as Samoyeds, are the largest ethnic group of northern Asia populating extensive regions of northern Siberia, between the Kol'skiy Peninsula in the west and the Taymyr Peninsula in the east.