Ural River


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Ural River

A river of western Russia and western Kazakhstan rising in the southern Ural Mountains and flowing about 2,430 km (1,510 mi) south, west, and south to the Caspian Sea.
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In April 2000, a mass die-off of Caspian seals was first reported near the mouth of the Ural River in Kazakhstan.
In addition to four crew boats, these include two Cutter Suction Dredgers (CSD 650), the Ural River and the Mangystau, that were delivered last year.
Until the end of the 60s of the last century, it was believed that the Ural River basin within Kazakhstan was free from opisthorchiasis, but a few years later, these findings were reviewed.
Atyrau province in the west is where oil has been produced since 1911 - with Atyrau town split in two by the Ural River which divides Asia and Europe.
Towards the end of World War-II, the Soviets built the Atyrau refinery on the bank of Ural River, near the Caspian Sea.
Each day on his way to school, he would cross a small bridge over the Ural river that marks a continental, cultural and historic divide.
Currently resting at her farm in Pumpsaint, Carmarthenshire, she has just completed her crossing over the Ural river bridge in Atyrau, Kazakhstan, to officially enter Europe.
It extends approximately from north to south, from the Arctic Ocean to the bend of the Ural River near Orsk city.
The Artemisio pauciflorae-Camphorosmion monspeliacae Karpov 2001 comprises plant communities dominated by Artemisia pauciflora on solonetz-like and solonetz soils of the Volga and Ural River basins.
Using life history and population data on sturgeon that spawn in the Ural River, researchers examined the implications of keeping different age classes offish in the population.
The Ural River is one of the key spawning rivers for the sturgeon.
The most economically significant maritime activities in Western Kazakhstan were on the Ural River, also a significant source of extremely valuable caviar.