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  • Siberian
  • In the subsequent comments, Lars Kamél reported that his 2004 submission to GRL on Siberian temperatures was almost certainly one of the two articles on Siberia where Jones' adverse reviews had prevented publication. (climateaudit.org)
  • MOSCOW - Spring thaws have caused serious flooding in Kansk, a town of about 100,000 people in central Siberia near the Trans-Siberian Railway, the news agency Tass said Thursday. (latimes.com)
  • The Siberian winter is indeed long and cold, yet summers are fairly warm - warm enough to allow for the cultivation of watermelons in western and southern Siberia. (encyclopedia.com)
  • Russia's
  • MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia's top natural gas producer Gazprom ( GAZP.MM ) and France's Air Liquide ( AIRP.PA ) signed a Memorandum of Understanding with a view to jointly develop helium deposits in Eastern Siberia, Gazprom said on Tuesday. (reuters.com)
  • Newser
  • Newser) - Native Americans are descended from a single group that migrated from Siberia 12,000 years ago, new genetic research suggests. (newser.com)
  • Newser) - More mysterious craters have been spotted in Siberia, and researchers are starting to sound more than a little alarmed about the phenomenon. (newser.com)
  • towns
  • There's gold in the hills around here, but unlike gold rush towns the world over, mining the precious stuff has brought no glitter to the life of this remote settlement in northern Siberia. (washingtonpost.com)
  • region
  • This southwestern part of Siberia is the centre of most of the major industry and seat of the largest cities, and about 60% of the people of the region live here. (everything2.org)
  • Siberia is a vast northern interior region of the U.S.S.R., not a separate republic, but an area somewhat analogous to the American Midwest, stretching from the Ural mountains in the West to the Pacific. (washingtonpost.com)
  • Firmly controlled by the Russians who began colonizing Siberia in the 16th century, the region today is a vast economic jigsaw puzzle the pieces of which may never be properly fitted into place by Moscow's central bureaucrats and the hardy folk who live here. (washingtonpost.com)
  • News
  • A diary kept by a member of the Imperial Japanese Navy, recounting fierce battles in Siberia when Japan dispatched troops there in the early 20th century, was recently unearthed by Kyodo News. (japantimes.co.jp)
  • metals
  • Possessing a historically forbidding name that implies exile and suffering -- Maxim Gorki called it a land of "death and chains" -- Siberia also is the repository of stupendous natural wealth in oil, gas, coal, precious metals and water resources. (washingtonpost.com)
  • Moscow
  • In Moscow, Emergency Situations Minister Vladimir Puchkov ordered all regions in Siberia to be on heightened alert for fires and 'put under constant and tight control any unpermitted and uncontrolled fires on agricultural or grasslands. (rferl.org)
  • north
  • Much of Siberia (excluding the far north) was united for the first time under the rule of the Mongolian leader Genghis Khan in the beginning of the thirteenth century. (encyclopedia.com)
  • life
  • She speaks with guest host Celeste Headlee about her life, her music and being the only black person in Siberia. (npr.org)
  • Life in Siberia wasn't for everyone. (everything2.org)
  • What was observed here revealed some of the starkness, opportunity and romance, mixed with watchful government compulsion and incentive, that is life in Siberia today. (washingtonpost.com)
  • winter
  • The climate of most of Siberia is continental, which means there are large temperature differences between summer and winter. (encyclopedia.com)
  • Large
  • There are several GW deniers posting comments here and arguing that the Arctic's ice and permafrost is not melting, saying such things as the polar ice cap has fully recovered to pre 2007 levels, we are entering an ice age and those large crates in Siberia have always happened and it is not anything new. (newser.com)
  • changes
  • This book covers a round-up of environmental changes in Siberia with a focus on the terrestrial biosphere but also discussing climate and atmosphere and the hydrological cycle. (springer.com)
  • Satellite observations of snow cover in Siberia are presented, and observed changes in river runoff described. (springer.com)
  • take
  • Sixteen contestants arrive in Siberia to take part in a new reality show, but is the danger just part of the show or has something gone horribly wrong? (wesh.com)
  • I guess getting home might take a wee bit of precedence over the Internet out in here Siberia. (nasa.gov)
  • earth
  • Siberia occupies about 5.2 million square miles, which roughly corresponds to about 9 percent of Earth 's dry land mass. (encyclopedia.com)
  • long
  • The transibirckiji magistral or transsiberian railways is the only connection on land to Siberia, which serves its purpose all year long. (lomography.com)