TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «KAMCHATKA»
The term «Kamchatka» is quite widely used and occupies the 39.167
position in our list of most widely used terms in the English dictionary
Quite widely used
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «KAMCHATKA»
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Kamchatka is a heartbreaking novel; set in Argentina during the bloody coup d'etat of 1976, it tells the enchanting story of a young boy trying to make sense of a world during a time of extraordinary upheaval.
Steller's History of Kamchatka
: Collected Information ...
Everything was of interest to Georg Wilhelm Steller, who the Russian Academy of Sciences appointed as naturalist to Vitus Bering's second Kamchatka expedition.
Georg Wilhelm Steller, Marvin W. Falk, 2003
: A Journal and Guide to Russia's Land of Ice and Fire
Volcanoes, vodka and 'vildlife' in Russia's Far East.
Explorations of Kamchatka
, North Pacific scimitar: report of ...
Krasheninnikov's report to the Russian Imperial Government of his 1735 journey to explore eastern Siberia.
Stepan Petrovich Krasheninnikov, 1972
Bering's search for the strait: the first Kamchatka
Translation from Russian of an account of Vitus Bering's first expedition in 1725-1730 from St. Petersburg to Kamchatka in search of the straits between the Asia and North America.
Evgeniĭ Grigorʹevich Kushnarev, E. A. P. Crownhart-Vaughan, 1990
Encyclopedia of Disasters: Environmental Catastrophes and ...
Kamchatka, Russia, earthquake February 3, 1 923 The Peninsula of Kamchatka,
Russia, in the Northwest Pacific Ocean This region of Russia is well known as a
source of powerful earthquakes and equally powerful tsunamis. In the case of the
Atlas of Languages of Intercultural Communication in the ...
The first scientific information about the aboriginals of the Kamchatka peninsula
— the Koryaks, Kamchadals (Itelmens) and the inhabitants of the Kuril islands (
Ainus) became available in the 18th century and is contained in the books by
Stephen Adolphe Wurm, Peter Mühlhäusler, Darrell T. Tyron, 1996
Around the world on the Kamchatka
Tranlsation of original first published in Russian in 1822.
Vasiliĭ Mikhaĭlovich Golovnin, Ella Lury Wiswell, 1979
Under Vitus Bering's command: new perspectives on the ...
During the late 1990s/early 21st century, the discovery of forgotten documents in Russian archives has revitalised the study of these classic expeditions, and the contributors to this volume are all part of the new scholarship.
Peter Ulf Møller, Natalʹi͡a͡ Okhotina-Lind, 2002
Volcanism and Subduction: The Kamchatka
This is one of the first books of its kind printed in the English language. Students and scientists beginning research in the region will find in this book a useful context and introduction to the region's scientific leaders.
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «KAMCHATKA»
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Thermal Areas on Earth: Always Popping Up All Over : News …
In the places known for magma chambers not far under the earth and hot water that crops up in unexpected spots, such as Iceland; Kamchatka, ... «Nature World News, Jul 15»
The Ultimate Bucket-List Travel Guide - WSJ
ALREADY CROSSED OFF THEIR LIST: Russia's Kamchatka Peninsula was amazing. The French expedition ship L'Austral took us to stunning ... «Wall Street Journal, Jul 15»
Driftnets and Russia: Ban Starts 2016
Doing so will help protect birds, salmon and porpoises in the Russian Far East, as noted by Sergey Korostelev, with WWF Kamchatka Bering ... «Nature World News, Jul 15»
Japanese Tourist Dies Trying to Scale Kamchatka Volcano
An elderly Japanese citizen died while trying to climb the 2,140-meter Avachinsky volcano in Russia's Kamchatka region, the regional ... «The Moscow Times, Jul 15»
Volcanic Ash Closes Airports Across Indonesia
We had some taste during the 2010 Eyjafjallajökull eruption or when eruptions in Alaska and Kamchatka cause disruptions in travel to Asia. «Wired, Jul 15»
Russia to position Deadliest Submarines near Alaska
Russia is expected to finish the construction of a submarine base on the Kamchatka Peninsula by the end of October, the Diplomat reported, ... «MINA, Jul 15»
60 Degrees North by Malachy Tallack review – around the world in …
He writes of the love affair he had with the Kamchatka peninsula in his early 20s, and on this basis he gives the rest of this vast region a swerve, ... «The Guardian, Jul 15»
Russia To Position Submarines In Kamchatka Region Near Alaska
Russia is expected to finish the construction of a submarine base on the Kamchatka Peninsula by the end of October, the Diplomat reported, ... «Eurasia Review, Jul 15»
'Sixty Degrees North', by Malachy Tallack
For “Siberia”, he relies on a trip to Kamchatka a decade or so earlier (actually, Kamchatka is in the Russian Far East, beyond Siberia). Our man ... «Financial Times, Jul 15»
Russia's Deadliest Sub Will Have a New Home by October
New Russian submarine facilities currently under construction on the Kamchatka Peninsula could be completed by the end of October USNI ... «The Diplomat, Jul 15»