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Rybinsk

(Russian ˈribinsk)
n
(Placename) a city in W central Russia, on the River Volga: an important river port, terminal of the Mariinsk Waterway (between Saint Petersburg and the Volga) at the SE end of the Rybinsk Reservoir (area: 4700 sq km (1800 sq miles)). Pop: 218 000 (2005 est). Former names: Shcherbakov (from the Revolution until 1957) or Andropov (1984–91)

An•dro•pov

(ænˈdroʊ pɔf, -pɒf)
n.
a city in the W Russian Federation, NE of Moscow, on the Volga. 254,000. Formerly, Rybinsk (1958–84), Shcherbakov (1946–57).
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Pligin, "Molecular genetic identification and seasonal succession of toxigenic cyanobacteria in phytoplankton of the Rybinsk Reservoir (Russia)," Inland Water Biology, vol.
The components production is already taking place by two of the UEC's engine producers: UMPO (Ufa) and UEC -- Saturn (Rybinsk).
As its power plant, the T-50 currently employs two Saturn/ Rybinsk AL-41F1 thrust-vectoring turbofans.
Petersburg, Yekaterinburg, Murmansk, Astrakhan, Rostov-on, Vladivostok, Rybinsk, Krasnoyarsk, and now Ulyanovsk in Russia, Kiev and Odessa in Ukraine, Baku in Azerbaijan, and Atyrau and Aktau in Kazakhstan.
Roach when gathered in large spawning shoals were also the major prey item for pike in the River Vistula (Horoszewicz 1964) and for piscivorous fish in the Volga Delta and Rybinsk Reservoir, where some piscivores, e.g.
Glybkova, "Prikosnovenie k nachalam: 'la pomniu, kak budto eto bylo vchera ...,'" in Vladislav Sokolov: Zhizn' v khorovom iskusstve (Moscow and Rybinsk: Moskovskaia konservatoriia im.
Leontyeva, Rybinsk, Yaroslavl region, May 26-30, 2003.
There's Europe's largest lake, Lake Ladoga and the Rybinsk Sea - actually a reservoir built on Stalin's orders - which was once the largest man-made body of water on Earth.
hammoniensis in eutrophic lakes, particularly in those of Denmark and Lithuania, and in the Rybinsk Reservoir in Russia is studied in papers by Jonasson & Thorhauge (1976), Grigelis (1980), and Arkhipova (2010), respectively, and that in the oligotrophic Balkanian lakes by Sapkarev (1959).
In September 2011, GE, Inter RAO EES and ODK also established a joint venture to localise the production, sales and servicing of GE's 6FA heavy-duty gas turbines in Rybinsk, Russia.