The county consists of three municipalities, namely the city of Haapsalu and the rural municipality of West Nigula and Vormsi
. The budgets of municipalities are about EUR 30 million, of which a third is made up of state subsidies.
The interval from the Kukruse RS (C2; unit 49) to Vormsi
RS (F1a; unit 56) belongs to one cluster with variable levels of similarity between the units.
The councils of the rural municipalities of Kopu, Laane-Saare, Vormsi
and Kose turned to the Supreme Court, seeking the amendments to be deemed unconstitutional, the Supreme Court stated.
According to the legend, the Danish King Valdemar II built St Olaf's church on the island of OrmsAaAaAeA (in Estonian Vormsi
Grossere Eilande stellen Saaremaa (2.673 [km.sup.2]), Hiiumaa (965 [km.sup.2]), Muhu (200 [km.sup.2]) und Vormsi
(93 [km.sup.2]) dar (Raukas 1996, 7 f.).
Based on the extrapolated GA thickness and average metal contents in the drill cores from the most westerly part of Estonia, and from Vormsi
and Hiiumaa islands, the total amount of uranium (elemental U) that has been eroded and re-deposited reaches 1.798 million tonnes (at an average content of 95 grams per tonne), zinc (Zn) 22.716 million tonnes (average 1200 g/t), lead (Pb) 6.625 million tonnes (average 350 g/t), molybdenum (Mo) 4.448 million tonnes (average 235 g/t) and vanadium (V) 13.251 million tonnes (average 700 g/t).
In Estonia landscape metrics have been used in various studies: Roosaare (1982) applied a system of indices to analyse the landscape structure of the small island of Vormsi
; Uuemaa et al.
parish was excluded from the study due to scarcity of data.
It is a lowland without bushes and trees and its distance from the nearest islands is about 7 km (large Hiiumaa Island in the south-western direction and a smaller Vormsi
Island in the eastern direction).
ordovicicus appears in the lowermost Vormsi
Stage in Estonia.
Steve received the projector as part of a 3M environmental award he earned through his involvement in a trip to Vormsi
in West Estonia as part of an Earthwatch Baltic Island wetlands expedition.
The internal surface of an illaenid pygidium from the Vormsi
Regional Stage (late Katian) is encrusted by a single small cornulitid (Fig.