Kamchatkan


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Kamchatkan

(Russian kamˈtʃatkən)
adj
(Placename) of or relating to Kamchatka, a peninsula in E Russia, or its inhabitants
n
(Placename) a native or inhabitant of Kamchatka
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There have been no reports on any considerable crust tremors in the Kamchatkan towns or villages.
The topics include opening pathways in Kamchatkan hunting and herding rituals, dwelling in the landscape among the reindeer herding Chukchis of Chukotka, and ancient Saami landscapes in northern coastal Sweden.
Notes on the reproductive biology of Pleurogrammus monopterygius in Kamchatkan waters.
Vitus Bering's Second Kamchatkan expedition [Vtoraya Kamchatskaya ekspeditsiya Vitusa Beringa].
He rises and warmly greets the five of us--a delegation of three Kamchatkan environmentalists and two American colleagues.
Whether the Kamchatkan CPENR can resist pressures from KAMGOLD, the regional Kamchatkan administration and the Russian environment ministry, and ensure that KAMGOLD abides by these stringent standards remains to be seen.
Zolotov (1993) reported that females spawn an average of three batches of eggs per season and that there is at least a two-week hiatus between spawnings in Kamchatkan waters.