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DYRDynamic Range (measurement)
DYRDutch Youth Regatta (Netherlands)
DYRDeveloping the Young Reader (science fiction)
DYRAnadyr (Russia)
DYRDo You Remember (song)
DYRDig Your Roots (Canadian music artists)
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There are doctors on the spot," Anadyr Deputy Governor Leonid Nikolayev said in a statement, (https://siberiantimes.com/other/others/news/air-china-boeing-777-makes-emergency-landing-in-russias-easternmost-town/) Siberian Times reported.
Pictures showed passengers huddling on the snow-covered tarmac and later lying on the floor in the small airport terminal in Anadyr, population 15,500.
Key words: bearded seal; shore-based visual observations; Chukotka Peninsula; Gulf of Anadyr; Chukchi Sea; migration
The pair have been staying in the remote village of Lavrenty, 500 miles north east of the provincial capital Anadyr.
A highlight of this year's conference will be a keynote presentation by Charles Wohlforth, author of the book "The Whale and the Supercomputer." Another highlight will be the appearance of the Russian Native dance group "Ergyron." This professional dance group from Anadyr, Russia, performs traditional Chukchi and Yupik dances combined with modern music and choreography.
Declining sea ice in the Bering Sea may result in the expansion of commercial fisheries and shipping; areas where such activities may overlap the winter range of bowhead whales include the Bering and Anadyr straits, the eastern edge of Anadyr Bay, and St.
Many small businesses focus around travel to the capital, Anadyr, to buy and somehow bring back merchandise ordered by the village store.
Our results indicate that the beginning of the spring migration of bowhead whales out of the Gulf of Anadyr varies by up to 30 days between cold and mild years, but in both cases, the area migration continues at least until 20 June.