4 edition of G.N. Potanin found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 224-).Nauchno-populi͡a︡rnoe izdanie--Colophon.At head of title: Akademii͡a︡ nauk SSSR, Sibirskoe otdelenie.
|Statement||Nauka, Sibirskoe otd-nie|
|Publishers||Nauka, Sibirskoe otd-nie|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 96 p. :|
|Number of Pages||40|
|2||Nauchno-populi͡a︡rnai͡a︡ literatura (Akademii͡a︡ nauk SSSR)|
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Thomas Hill Green (1836-1882) and the Philosophical Foundations of Politics: An Internal Critique (Studies in the History of Philosophy)
; Thalmann, Olaf; Trifonov, Vladimir A. Massive fault systems run through the area, including the and the recently identified. Altaians call it Kadyn Bazhy, but is also called Uch-Sumer. The range, on the left bank of the Abakan, runs north-east into the government ofwhile a complexus of mountains Chukchut, Salair, Abakan fills up the country northwards towards the and westwards towards the. An Introduction to the History of the Turkic People. The local economy is based on, and,and.
The slopes of the constituent chains of the G.N. Potanin are inhabited principally by nomadic. Saposhnikov, various articles in same periodical 1897xxxiii. The lower part of the first, like the lower valley of the Charysh, is thickly populated; in the valley of the Ulba is the mine, at the foot of the 2,060 mclothed with alpine meadows. This region is studded with large lakes, e. In addition the mix of mammals has remained largely the same, with a few exceptions such as extinct mammoths, making it one of the few places on earth to retain an ice age fauna.
The was present in the Altai mountains until theperhaps even until the 18th century. across the range are few and difficult, the chief being the at 2,827 m 2,879 m according to Kozlovand theat 3,217 m, in the south and north respectively. This massive peak reaches 4374 m. The begins as a wild gorge on the south-west slope of Belukha; then, after a big bend, the river 600 km long pierces theand enters a wider valley, lying at an elevation of 600 to 1,100 m, which it follows until it emerges from the Altai highlands to join the in a most picturesque region.
G.N. Potanin, too, is very fertile. Violations of the protection status of Argali sheep and other species have been alleged, together with accusations of corruption, in the.
The massif merges with the in the northeast, and gradually becomes lower in the southeast, where it merges into the high plateau of the. On the northern side of the range which separates the upper Bukhtarma from the upper is the Katun glacier, which after two ice-falls widens out to 700 to 900 metres. Their mean elevation is 1,500 to 1,750 m. Those of, andall three leading to the alpine lake of length, 80 km; maximum width, 5 km; elevation, 520 m; area, 230.
On the east and southeast this range G.N. Potanin flanked by the great of Mongolia, the transition being affected gradually by means of several minor plateaus, such as 2,380 m with Pazyryk Valley, 1,830 m2,500 m2,520 m2,590 mand G.N.
Potanin m. World Heritage site [ ] Natural Park of Belukha A vast area of 16,178 km 2—Altai and Katun Natural Reserves,Mountand the —comprises a natural UNESCO entitled. The next valley is that of thewhich has the and on one side and the and on the other. The Cuon alpinus hesperius a northwestern subspecies of the also lives there.
Several secondary plateaus of lower elevations are also distinguished by geographers.
Such are the , having an average elevation of 2,700 m, with summits from 3,500 to 3,700 m, and at least ten glaciers on their northern slope; the , which have a mean elevation of about 3,000 m and are mostly snow-clad; the range; the 1,900 to 2,300 m, ranges; the.
; Thalmann, Olaf; Trifonov, Vladimir A.