Irtysh River


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Noun1.Irtysh River - an Asian river that rises in the Altai Mountains in northern China and flows generally northwest to become a tributary of the Ob River
Siberia - a vast Asian region of Russia; famous for long cold winters
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All these are the names for a top-secret city built on the banks of the Irtysh River in the north-east of Kazakhstan after the Second World War.
An agreement on the development of ferry communication between the ports on the Caspian Sea and the Irtysh River was reached.
In China, the genus Brachymystax distributes in Amur River drainage, Tumen River, Yalu River, Luanhe River, IrtySh River, Burqin River, Ulungur River and the southern and northern streams of Qinling Mountains (Huang et al., 1964; Li, 1984; Song and Fang, 1984; Qin and Wang, 1989; Liu, 1992).
Under the development plan for the western provinces, China plans to build a number of hydro-objects on Irtysh River. This includes the largest Tsyaobate hydro power plant in the region.
Kazakhstan's hydroelectric facilities are located primarily along the Irtysh River, which flows from China across northeast Kazakhstan.
Discovered near the banks of the Irtysh river in western Serbia in the late 1990s, the skeleton has been identified as that of a male woolly mammoth belonging to the 'Mammuthus Primigenius' species - whose closest extant relative is the Asian elephant.
The UAE's latest historical attraction, which features a genuine fossil, was discovered in the late 1990s on the banks of the Irtysh River in Siberia.
When describing the fauna of black flies in the middle course of the Irtysh River, passing through the territory of the Pavlodar region, it is important to underline the originality of the presented species.
Ust-Kamenogorsk is located on the Irtysh River, and is the middle stage of the Irtysh Hydraulic Power System, with Bukhtarminskaya and Shulbinskaya projects located upstream and downstream, respectively.
Kazakhstan's hydro-electric facilities are located primarily along the Irtysh River, which flows from China across north-eastern Kazakhstan.
The Irtysh River is the longest River in the Republic of Kazakhstan.