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China Will Take Over Russian Siberian Resources
China Will Take Over Russian Siberian Resources. China still has a large economy, despite the recent downturn. One area where China is lacking is in resources, such as oil & other commodities. Russia, China's neighbor to the north, has plenty of oil and resources and they are in lands that have been once claimed by China. With the recent Russian sanctions and China's military growing exponentially, each year, it would not come as a surprise that Chinese leaders have their eyes on Russian oil and commodities. The oil rich and resource rich areas of Siberia & Yakutsk are semi-autonomous regions within the Russian Federation. Both regions of Siberia & Yakutsk do not consider themselves Russian. If China were to succeed to get a foothold in Siberia & Yakutsk and also give the people in Siberia & Yakutsk a much better deal economically than the raw deal they are receiving from the Russian oligarchs, then it would be likely that Siberia & Yakutsk stay loyal to China. The economic and political situation in Russia is actually very precarious.
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Russian/Nat Northern Russia is about to enter a new era with the decision to exploit vast mineral wealth under the frozen tundra of Northern Siberia A combination of western technological investment and local muscle is expected to turn the region into the cradle of a Russian economic miracle. But when the development picks up speed, it will herald the destruction of the centuries old way of life of the local Nentsi tribesmen. The Nentsi eke a fragile living from the frozen earth, and live in harmony with the environment - but soon : no more. The Nentsi tribe and their reindeer coexist with a rare harmony. Not only do they depend on the animals for everything from food to footwear, but the entire Nentsi culture and religion is inextricably linked to the reindeer and their seasons. Winter is the time for branding the animals before setting out to outlying pastures when the thaw comes. Each year those lands are shrinking. Oil wells dominate the horizon beyond the fences demarcating Nentsi grazing territory. Now that many of the old Soviet wells have run dry, the oil companies are drilling ever further afield. 90 percent of Russia's natural gas and three quarters of its oil resources surrounds Nentsi land. The price? Irreparable ecological damage. Airborne pollution is killing off the moss on which their reindeer depend. Power lines and construction have destroyed tracts of the forest. SOUNDBITE: (Russian): "We are now completely encircled. If they take this last patch of land - the one I live on - there will be nowhere left to graze our deer." SUPER CAPTION: Oleg Avyasyeda, Nenets Tribesman The 20th Century all but passed the Nentsi by. Snowmobiles are a rare exception in a lifestyle that has barely changed in thousands of years. The Avyasyeda family live 150 kms from the nearest town and 30 kms from their nearest neighbors. Once a month if the weather is good a helicopter makes the trip out to their village with a few of the luxuries of modern life -- paraffin, spare parts for the snowmobile and shot gun cartridges. Since the Russian Empire began its expansion into Siberia in the 16th century, the Nentsi have been fighting to protect their culture. The Soviet regime tried to settle them onto collective farms. It failed. But it succeeded in erasing much of the language and verbal culture - today only the older generation converse in the indigenous dialect. Now the onslaught of the oil companies on the grazing lands appears to spell final defeat. SOUNDBITE: (Russian) "I don't know how our descendants will live. I mean the ones growing up now. Right now, we old folks can hold out somehow. But I don't know what will be left for the young." SUPER CAPTION: Oleg Avyasyeda, Nenets Tribesman And without the reindeer, the Nentsi as such will cease to exist too. Dress, footwear, thread, skis, musical instruments, sacrificial offerings - all come from the animals. KEYWORDS: LOCATIONS You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/300bc262bd407b71fb72249c4cfd6c2c Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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How Rich is Russia: Wealthiest Country in the World in Terms of Resources
The whole of Russian continent is very rich in resources. Russia is known to have the largest natural gas reserves. The territory comes second with its vast coal reserves. It is also ranked eighth in oil and fuel reserves.
Views: 2997 Education Channel
Russia- Climate, Vegetation, Wildlife, Resources, Industry, Transport, Trade and People
This video explains the significance of Russia in terms of vegetation, wildlife, resources, transport, trade, industry and people. This is a product of Mexus Education Pvt. Ltd., an education innovations company based in Mumbai, India. http://www.mexuseducation.com, http://www.ikenstore.in
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Siberia's Oil Squeeze | Sanctions, economics hammer Russia’s petro heartland
With the low price of oil and western sanctions, how will Russia cope with its oil crisis? Susan Ormiston travels to Western Siberia to find out. Click here for the full story: http://www.cbc.ca/news/world/sanctions-economic-woes-hammer-russia-s-oil-heartland-1.2969409 »»» Subscribe to The National to watch more videos here: https://www.youtube.com/user/CBCTheNational?sub_confirmation=1 Voice Your Opinion & Connect With Us Online: The National Updates on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thenational The National Updates on Twitter: https://twitter.com/CBCTheNational The National Updates on Google+: https://plus.google.com/+CBCTheNational »»» »»» »»» »»» »»» The National is CBC Television's flagship news program. Airing seven days a week, the show delivers news, feature documentaries and analysis from some of Canada's leading journalists.
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G10/P3: World Geography- Russia Mining, agriculture, industries
Language: Hindi, Topics Covered: 1. Russia: Brief geographical facts 2. Seas around Russia, important ports of Russia. 3. Crimean peninsula 4. Physical geo of Russia: Urals, Western Siberian plain, Central Siberian plateau 5. Important rivers and lakes of Russia: Don river, River Volga, Ob-Irtysh river, Yenisei river, Lena river 6. Climate of Russia 7. Agriculture in Russia 8. Mineral resources of Russia: Minerals in Urals and Siberia, Coal, Iron ore, Nickel. 9. Energy resources of Russia: petroleum and natural gas. 10. Industrial regions of Russia: Moscow, St. Petersburg, Volga region, Urals, Kuzbas region, Baykal region 11. Trans-Siberian railway and its route. Powerpoint available at http://Mrunal.org/download Exam-Utility: UPSC CSAT, Prelims, Mains, CDS, CAPF Faculty Name: Ms. Rajtanil Solanki Venue: Sardar Patel Institute of Public Administration (SPIPA), Satellite, Ahmedabad, Gujarat,India
Views: 95987 Mrunal Patel
Russia's big Arctic oil ambitions
CNN's Phil Black reports on Russia's big plans to exploit the Arctic's natural resources.
Views: 15831 CNN
Russia & Its Natural Resources
Geography 6 - WRG Project #2
Views: 460 Saher Nissar
Magadan: Russia's gold mine
Notorious for its sad and cruel past, this was a major transit centre for prisoners sent to Stalin's Gulag labour camps. But the region is also famous for its natural resources.
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The Power of Siberia
The Power of Siberia Gazprom customer second phase.
Views: 4957 JSC Sabanikh
Russia New Arctic Base Sits On $35 Trillion Oil Reserves
Russia's new military base holds a key strategic position in the oil-rich Arctic. Subscribe to Vocativ: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=vocativvideo Find us everywhere else: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Vocativ Twitter: https://twitter.com/vocativ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/vocativ/ Snapchat: http://www.snapchat.com/add/vocativ Website: http://www.vocativ.com Vocativ explores the nexus of media and technology, where science meets storytelling. We use proprietary technology to examine the uncharted space of the Deep Web, covering topics that are vital to our changing world. Follow us for more!
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Unit 6 Russia: Physical Geography, Climate, and Vegetation
This section of notes is a mini lesson that covers the basics in regards to Russia's physical geography, climate and vegetation.
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SIBERIA - Kamchatka Peninsula
Kamchatka is without exaggeration one of the most spectacular regions in Russia. It occupies the area of 470,000 sq. km, which equals the size of France, Belgium and Luxembourg combined, and separates the Sea of Okhotsk from the Pacific Ocean. There are more than 160 volcanoes on the peninsula (29 of them are active), due to the fact that it lies on the Great Pacific "ring of fire". Volcanoes and volcanic peaks, cyclones and underground heat created here a mixture of twenty climate zones and a great variety of flora and fauna. But the main attractions of Kamchatka are volcanic calderas, stone sculpture "parks" and lakes in craters, geysers and mineral springs, all in pristine condition. Kamchatka is a unique land where fire meets ice, containing the southernmost expanse of Arctic tundra along with 160 volcanoes (29 of them active). Despite its great size, the peninsula is home to just 400,000 people of which half live in Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky and another 50-100k live in nearby communities (including Yelisovo). As such, the peninsula is vastly uninhabited wilderness where one can climb volcanoes, sport hunt for bears, visit geysers, spend hours in natural hot springs, or go fishing in wild rivers or off the coast. Kamchatka was born of fire, like the Earth itself. For most of the Earth, though, the violence of creation ended long ago. Kamchatka has never seen quiet -- its history is one of continuous, violent rebirth. The native peoples of Kamchatka are intimately familiar with this history. They have always feared the peninsula's volcanoes, whose peaks they believed to be inhabited by mountain spirits known as gomuls. By night, the gomuls took to the sky and hunted whales, returning home with leviathans impaled on each finger. They would then roast the whales. This is why the volcanoes lit up at night. The natives believed that great heaps of whalebone lay on the mountaintops, but were too fearful to ascend the volcanoes and find out for themselves if this were true. In 1991, after the collapse of the Soviet Union, Westerners and other outsiders were permitted for the first time in over half a century to visit Kamchatka, one of the most mysterious regions of the former Soviet empire. Kamchatka is a 900-mile-long peninsula roughly the size of California, yet only 400,000 Soviet persons were allowed to live there, and all with special military clearances. The reason for the secrecy was Kamchatka's far eastern location: A little bit west of the Aleutian Islands, the peninsula was just far east enough to eavesdrop on the United States during the Cold War. While Kamchatka was shrouded in military secrecy, its animal population was left to flourish. Some of the largest grizzly bears in the world roam Kamchatka's interior, while tens of millions of salmon invade its undammed streams and rivers each summer, just as they have for thousands of years. Kamchatka is also one of five major geothermal areas in the world, making it a main link in the Earth's "Ring of Fire," a circular pattern geologists have named for the location of volcanic fissures in the Earth's crust. With more than 200 volcanoes, 30 of them active, Kamchatka is a prime spot of study for the world's volcanologists. For all their destructive power, volcanoes are vital to man's existence. Volcanic gases helped create earth's atmosphere, and continue to affect its composition today. On a more prosaic level, volcanic glass (obsidian) was used by ancient humans to make tools. Volcanic ash serves as a fertilizer, returning important nutrients and minerals to the soil. The city of Petropavlovsk, the main settlement on Kamchatka, is built of concrete made from cinder of the 1945 eruption of nearby Avachinsky Volcano, which watches over the city from its post 20km to the north. The main settlement of the peninsula and the capital of Kamchatka Region is the city of Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky. The city is located on the southeastern shore of the Kamchatka Peninsula. Petropavlovsk's streets wind around green volcanic hills where city residents still pick berries and mushrooms. Covered with white snow, the peaks of Koryaksky, Avachinsky and Kozelsky volcanoes rise over them. And there are eternal moorage ribbons going along the Avacha Bay.
Views: 25709 Olessia Varnavidou
SIBERIA - Khakassia Republic and Abakan city
Khakasia is situated in the south-west part of Eastern Siberia on the territories of Sayano-Altai plateau and Khakas-Minusinsk basin. Its length from the north to the south is 460 km, from the west to the east (in the widest part) is 200 km. The republic's geographical position is advantageous, as it links Khakasia with Irkutsk district, Kuzbass, central Krasnoyarsk region and the north. In the east and in the north it borders with Krasnoyarsk region, in the south - with Tuva Republic, in the south-west with Altai republic and in the west with Kemerovo district. Khakasia occupies a territory of 61,9 square kilometers. The administrative centre is the city of Abakan. The population of the republic is 537 000, 80,3% of them are Russians. The climate is sharply continental with dry and hot summer and cold winter with little snow. Temperature change and precipitation also differ very much from season to season. Sometimes the climate is different in different regions of Khakasia, that is defined by the landscape of the republic. The animal world of Khakasia includes 76 species of mammals, 317 species of birds. The nature of the republic strikes you by its amazing relief and colors. Khakasia is one of the rarest phenomena, as its landscapes are formed by archaeological monuments. Steppe sceneries are mixed with burial hills and menhirs (single stone steles), many of mountain peaks and rock ridges still have the prints of human activity. Historical monuments and fascinating nature attracts hundreds of tourists from all over the world. In the west and in the south Sayan mountains are situated, some parts of them reach the height of 2000 m. Sayan mountains occupy two thirds of the whole territory. The rest of the territory is taken by steppes and taiga, rivers and lakes. There are approximately 500 lakes here, 110 of them are salty. The most famous are lakes Shira, Itkul, Bele, Tus, Hankul. The main rivers are Abakan, Askiz, Tom, White Iyus, Black Iyus and Yenisei. The water of Yenisei is used to produce electricity (Sayano-Shushenskaya hydroelectric power station and Mainskaya hydroelectric power station). Hydroelectric energy is connected with aluminum production. There are Sayanogorsk and Khakasian aluminum plants situated on the territory of the republic. Khakasia is one of the most developed agricultural regions of the Western Siberia. The base of cattle-breeding (sheep and dairy products) is vast territories occupied by pastures and hayfields. Horse breeding also plays an important role. Plant cultivation includes wheat, barley, millet and oat. Technical crops include sunflower and sugar-beet. The majority of the forests are birch forests. In some place you can meet larch and pine forests. Trees are the main natural resource of Khakasia. The republic possesses more than 4000 hectares. This country is rich in mineral resources such as jasper, granite, zeolite, iron, gold, coal, molybdenum, mineral and radon water. Khakasia is one of the oldest mining places of Russia. There are two national nature reserves here (The national nature reserve "Khakassian" and the nature reserve-museum "Kazanovka"). You can see more than 100 nature monuments in Khakasia, each of them is interesting for travelers. The main transport centre of the republic is its capital - Abakan city. Abakan is situated in the centre of Asia, almost on the same parallel with Magnitogorsk, Minsk and Hamburg. The city's history is long and rich. In 1675 a stockade town was built on the bank of the river Abakan. It gave the start to the Minusinsk basin development. In 1780 there appeared Ust-Abakan village, in 1925 - a village Khakassk. In 1931 this village turned into a city Abakan. It is an industrial, cultural and scientific centre of Khakasia. You can get to the city traveling by plane, by train or by bus. There are everyday straight flights from Moscow. There is also passenger traffic by train from such cities as Krasnoyarsk, Novosibirsk. You can get all the information concerning prices and time on the website of the Russian railroad.
Views: 8769 Olessia Varnavidou
Money Talks: Russia to provide China with gas via new pipeline
When China and Russia get together the world has to take notice. Russia has the most land and China the most people. Both are nuclear powers etc etc. And these two leaders have agreed a massive deal whereby Russia will sell vast quantities of gas to China. Azhar Sukri reports and Daria Bondarchuk joins us from Moscow. Subscribe: http://trt.world/subscribe Livestream: http://trt.world/ytlive Facebook: http://trt.world/facebook Twitter: http://trt.world/twitter Instagram: http://trt.world/instagram Visit our website: http://trt.world
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Russia's Geography Problem
Get 15 free days of knowing your data is safe by using this link with Backblaze: http://backblaze.com/wendover “What if Russia Never Existed” by AlternateHistoryHub: https://youtu.be/gU6UBXOHhDw “What if the Soviet Union Reunited” by RealLifeLore: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m-TFENSuJ5U This video was based on a chapter of the book “Prisoners of Geography” by Tim Marshall. It’s the best book I’ve read so far in 2017 so I highly encourage you to give it a read. Support Wendover Productions on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/wendoverproductions Get a Wendover Productions t-shirt for $20: https://store.dftba.com/products/wendover-productions-shirt Youtube: http://www.YouTube.com/WendoverProductions Twitter: http://www.Twitter.com/WendoverPro Email: [email protected] Reddit: http://Reddit.com/r/WendoverProductions Select visuals courtesy http://www.Shutterstock.com The full script with sources can be found here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B2p-HoK9KXEAcFc1UTY0Q3VWZUU/view?usp=sharing Sound by Graham Haerther (http://www.Haerther.net) Thumbnail by Joseph Cieplinski (http://joec.design) Research by William Mayne, Sam Moran, Ollie Orton, Jakob S. Big thanks to Patreon supporters: Rob Harvey, Venkata Kaushik Nunna, Josh Berger, Paul Jihoon Choi, Huang MingLei, Dylan Benson, Maximillian van Kasbergen, Victor Zimmer, William Chappell, Eyal Matsliah, Sihien,Joseph Bull, Marcelo Alves Vieira, Jonah Paarman, maco2035, Hank Green, Plinio Correa, Connor J Smith, Brady Bellini
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Tapping the Potential of Siberia and Russia's Far East
Promo clip for the panel session: Tapping the Potential of Siberia and Russia's Far East What should the government do to support the economic development of Siberia and the Far East? Is this the only promising region for investment during the economic crisis? Are there other avenues for developing Siberia and the Far East besides natural resources? Check out the video to find out the answers to these questions and others. Проморолик панельной сессии «Сибирь и Дальний Восток: открывая потенциал» В проморолике, посвященном панельной сессии «Форума Россия 2013» «Сибирь и Дальний Восток: открывая потенциал», эксперты делятся своим мнением по поводу перспектив развития региона. Что должно делать государство, чтобы поддержать экономическое развитие Сибири и Дальнего Востока? Является ли этот регион единственным перспективным объектом инвестиций в условиях кризиса? Есть ли у Сибири и Дальнего Востока иной потенциал, кроме ресурсного? Чтобы узнать ответы на эти вопросы, смотрите видео.
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Russia's Natural Resources
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Views: 45 Saher Nissar
Russia launches giant Yamal gas project in the Arctic
Russia launches its Yamal gas plant in Arctic Siberia, a gigantic project in one of the world's most remote areas, as the region becomes more accessible due to climate change. IMAGES
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Workers Found These Creatures Frozen In The Siberian Ice. Now Scientists Are Doing The Incredible
Workers Found These Creatures Frozen In The Siberian Ice. Now Scientists Are Doing The Incredible Subscribe to our channel: https://goo.gl/Z4nZcg Please do not forget to visit the site http://scribol.com ************************************************************** One summer’s day in 2015, contractor Yakov Androsov was exploring the Sakha Republic’s remote Siberian landscapes in eastern Russia, on the hunt for mammoth tusks. Little did he know, however, that he would stumble across something that was, at first sight, frankly unbelievable. But then Siberia is an especially important region for paleontologists. After all, its permafrost has preserved long-dead animals from the Pleistocene era – a period that lasted from around 1.8 million to 11,700 years ago – including mammoths and woolly rhinoceroses. --------------------------------------------------------- ►Article link:https://goo.gl/V97uGb --------------------------------------------------------- And the Sakha Republic, one of Russia’s federal subjects, makes up much of Siberia. It’s considered important because of its many natural resources; 99 percent of Russia’s diamonds, for example, are produced there. The newly discovered bones of the extinct, then, will only add to its importance. One significant find occurred in 2013 when the well-preserved remains of a woolly mammoth were found on an island off the Sakha Republic’s Arctic coast. Interestingly, its skin was in such remarkably good condition that scientists were able to take a complete DNA sample. ************************************************************** ►You can support the channel: PATREON https://goo.gl/KtaKrp ►Image credits: Vera Salnitskaya via The Siberian Times https://goo.gl/G8JtfY ►web: http://watchjojo.com ► SUBSCRIBE US: https://goo.gl/Z4nZcg *Thank you :Robin Lewis ► Follow Us On Google Plus: https://goo.gl/JYf9Rr ► Like us Our Facebook Page: https://goo.gl/C5Rv92 ► Follow On Twitter: https://goo.gl/PZ2U1R ►For more articles visit: http://scribol.com #watchjojo
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Freight trains  in winter in Siberia
West-Siberian railway in 2006, celebrated its 110-year anniversary. But its history starts much earlier in the 30-ies of the XIX century. It then emerged the idea of the necessity of railway construction in Siberia, which would ensure more rapid settlement of this region, the development of natural resources, the development of industry and trade. But it's been tens of years before the need arose to develop the rail network for economic reasons. On 1 June 1887 a special meeting of the members of the Committee of Ministers adopted a decision on the construction of individual sections of the railway in Siberia: Central Siberian from Tomsk to Irkutsk, Transbaikalia from lake Baikal to Sretensk and Siberian from Vladivostok to the village of Busse on the Ussuri river. Please subscribe to get new videos. SUBSCRIBE HERE: https://goo.gl/tnBavi YOUR HELP IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF CHANNEL: WEB MONEY: R957520401508 (RUB) WEB MONEY: Z266549762846 (USD) ------------------------------------------------------------------------ PLAYLISTS: FREIGHT TRAINS: https://goo.gl/5Lu7pZ PASSENGER TRAINS: https://goo.gl/R1iugQ LOCOMOTIVES OF RUSSIA: https://goo.gl/1nBmYm EXPRESS TRAINS: https://goo.gl/ihXoPe HIGH-SPEED TRAINS: https://goo.gl/WJO7jc RUSSIAN TRAINS IN WINTER: https://goo.gl/mFVIv0 SNOW PLOW TRAIN: https://goo.gl/F68KBa SPECIAL TRAINS: https://goo.gl/jrqifw POSTAL-BAGGAGE TRAIN: https://goo.gl/xOJoOE TRAIN TANK: https://goo.gl/O7nnwV RUSSIAN TRAINS: https://goo.gl/Nc0BtF WORLD TRAIN: https://goo.gl/QJIQJQ You can find on this channel many videos of passenger and freight trains and railway from around the world. Please subscribe to get new updates. ------------------------------------------------------------------------
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SIBERIA: Krasnoyarsk Region
For tour organization plase contact www.sibericab2b.ru *** The region-champion has everything best: its territory of more than 2 000 square kilometers can be compared to 10 Great Britains or 4.5 Frances. But the vast place from Laptev and Kara Seas to Uryanhaisky district is occupied by the famous region of Russia - Krasnoyarsk region, which is dearly loved by its people and by the guests. There is the northernmost point of the Asian continent, the northernmost archipelago of Asia and the northernmost Russian theatre situated on the territory of the region. They are Cheluskin cape on Taimyr, Northern Land in Arctic Ocean and Norilsk Mayakovsky polar theatre. The northern part of the region includes Taimyrsky and Evenkiysky municipal districts, Turuhansky, Yeniseisky and Severo-Yeniseisky districts. They are inhabited by Turk dolgans, samodiysky nents, ents, nganasans, selkups, kamasints, motors, evenks, kets, kots and asans who carefully preserve and revive the unique culture of Krasnoyarsk region's aborigines. Krasnoyarsk region holds the first place according to coal, nickel, nepheline, magnesite and graphite resources. Almost all platinoids are mined in the region. Besides 75% of cobalt, 80% of nickel, 70 % of copper, 24% of lead, 16% of coal of all Russian volume is mined in Krasnoyarsk region. The region is also among the first in the country according to gold mining and the first in the country according to hydro energetic potential: the turbines and generators of Sayano-Shushenskaya hydroelectric power station are the most powerful in Russia (6400 watt). Low and Podkamennaya Tunguska, Angara, Kan, Biryusa, Mana, Tuba and other rivers (more than 20 000) join their waters with one of the biggest rivers of Russia - the powerful Yenisei. The region also has the biggest waterfall of Russia (400 meters) and the most beautiful and complicated rapid on Yenisei - Kazachinsky. Krasnoyarsk region can amaze everybody: a unique exposition of a Siberian village under open sky "An ethnographic museum-reserve "Shushenskoe", the state nature-reserve "Stolby", the first world level ski resort in Russia The fun park "Bobrovy log" and picturesque slopes of the nature park "Ergaki". The ancient city-museum Yeniseisk and the Memorial complex in Ovsyanka village devoted to our famous countryman Viktor Astafyev are natural and unique. Krasnoyarsk region is a Mecca for ecotourists. There is the biggest in Russia nature reserve Bolshoy Arktichesky (Big Arctic, 5149 hectares) and one of the largest zoo in Siberia "Roev ruchey" where a family of giraffes happily lives in a warm cage. The state nature reserves Putoranskiy, Sayano-Shushensky, Taimyrskiy, Central-Siberian and a national park "Shushensky bor" attract many tourists from all over the world every year. Krasnoyarsk citizens have their own Krasnoyarsk Sea and a southern resort Tagarskoe lake. In XVIII century the first meteorite "Pallas Iron" fell on the territory of Krasnoyarsk region, after that a unique Tungussky nature reserve which helps to reveal the mystery of Tunguska event was founded here. Krasnoyarsk region is situated in the very center of Russia and of course in the hearts of all Siberian people.
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Im-material Siberia
'Im-material Siberia' is a montage of images of materiality and immateriality linked to the global political economy of Siberia. Shot on the trans-Siberian train in September 2005, the raw material presented is a seemingly never-ending freight train moving from east to west delivering commodities such as crude oil and wood. The continuous movement of these raw, industrial commodities is interrupted by a range of immaterial imagery that connects the exploitation of Siberian natural resources to the management of the global political economy. Contemporary politico-economic strategies are characterized by a gap: On one hand, global management increasingly relies on an immaterial discourse of sustainability and corporate social responsibility, which is proliferated by way of multi-million dollar marketing campaigns that create a green brand image for multinational corporations particularly suited to ethically conscious western consumers. On the other hand, Russian political economy unmistakably positions itself as the new powerhouse of raw, dirty commodities supplying the west with much needed real materialities that enable the continuous growth of immaterial empires. The montage of 'Im-material Siberia' explores the antagonisms created by the confrontation of these im-materialities. Steffen Böhm
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Power of Siberia: Russia, China launch construction of world's biggest gas pipeline
Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese Vice Premier Zhang Gaoli have launched the construction of the first part of Gazprom’s Power of Siberia pipeline - which will deliver 4 trillion cubic meters of gas to China over 30 years. RT LIVE http://rt.com/on-air Subscribe to RT! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=RussiaToday Like us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/RTnews Follow us on Twitter http://twitter.com/RT_com Follow us on Instagram http://instagram.com/rt Follow us on Google+ http://plus.google.com/+RT RT (Russia Today) is a global news network broadcasting from Moscow and Washington studios. RT is the first news channel to break the 1 billion YouTube views benchmark.
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The Gigantic Megaliths of Ural Mountains in Russia
This is simply an audio improved version of the video called "Bigger than Baalbek...The amazing megaliths of the Ural Mountains". While the audio is much better, there will be no new information for those who have watched the original video. Actually the new information about these megaliths could be found in the video called "Cyclopean megaliths, main characteristics of the category, the forgotten type of megaliths" and there will be a bit more new in the next video about the pancake stone where I will publish the opinion of A.Koltypin about them. If you wish to submit additional resources - www.megaliths.org/ancient_history/contact.php (please note that youtube message/ facebook messages/ anything else is not monitored ) To report inaccuracies in the NewEarth videos - http://forum.megaliths.org/viewforum.php?f=7&sid=9a84653d02303ad9b8564fe6e8bd736c DIRECTORY OF INTERESTING HISTORIC SITES - http://megaliths.org/browse How and why are the NewEarth videos made https://youtu.be/DNBPcgMNdyw https://youtu.be/X2WZMmmexvo https://www.facebook.com/groups/newearthvideos/ https://twitter.com/newearthvideos To get sure you don't lose contact with the NewEarth news please also subscribe to the newsletter on the website http://megaliths.org/ancient_history/news.php Do you wish to ask the NewEarth lady a question - http://forum.megaliths.org/viewforum.php?f=8 (only short questions, exclusively regarding the content of the videos) THE ONLY WAY TO CONTACT THE CREATORS OF THESE VIDEOS IS FROM THE CONTACT PAGE OF MEGALTITHS.ORG, anything else will not be received/read.
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Russia: Drowning moose babies saved by rescue team, returned to mama-moose
Mandatory Credit: Ministry of Natural Resources and Ecology of the Russian Federation Central Siberia Nature Reserve's officials rescued two moose calves that risked drowning in the Podkamennaya Tunguska River in the Krasnoyask regio, with footage on Thursday. Two moose calves were sighted attempting to cross the freezing river with their mother. It appeared their lives were in danger as the currents grew stronger. However, the rescue team successfully pulled them away from harm and returned them to their mother. Mandatory Credit: Ministry of Natural Resources and Ecology of the Russian Federation Video ID: 20170223- 075 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: [email protected] Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
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Amazing video of exploding under-ice methane gas in Siberia
Methane gas locked inside Siberia's frozen soil and under its lakes is currently being released at a dangerous rate. Scientists believe it can pose threat to the world's climate. However the lack of data over a long period of time casts uncertainty over the extent of the threat. More than 50 billion tons of methane could be unleashed from Siberian lakes alone. RT on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/RTnews RT on Twitter: http://twitter.com/RT_com
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Precious Necklace Of Baikal
Dear friends of Lake Baikal and Russian nature! In 2015 the UNDP-GEF Regional Project “Integrated Natural Resource Management in the Baikal Basin Transboundary Ecosystem” (the Baikal project) completed an implementation of the special public awareness media concept “PRECIOUS NECKLACE OF BAIKAL”. Specially protected nature areas (SPNA) cover 33% of Lake Baikal and include nature reserves, nature sanctuaries, and national parks. There are several nature reserves and national parks located in and around Lake Baikal which together are THE PRECIOUS NECKLACE OF BAIKAL: the Baikalsky State Nature Biosphere Reserve, the Barguzinsky State Nature Biosphere Reserve, the Baikalo-Lensky State Nature Reserve, the Dzherginsky State Nature Reserve, the Sokhondinsky State Nature Biosphere Reserve, the Daursky State Nature Biosphere Reserve, the Alkhanaisky National Park, the Zabaikalsky National Park, the Pribaikalsky National Park, and the Tunkinsky National Park. The media concept bearing the same name, the PRECIOUS NECKLACE OF BAIKAL, developed under the Baikal project is to raise awareness of the people of Russia and the public in other countries about the current state and prospects of developing tourism in nature reserves and national parks of the Baikal region (Republic of Buryatia, Irkutsk Oblast , Zabaikalsky Krai). This is an area of unique flora and fauna, and magnificent landscapes. Special focus is put on eco-trails that lend visitors a possibility to enjoy nature in its pristine state. Ecotourism in SPNAs is developed with support from the Baikal Project. The Baikal Project in conjunction with the government of Russia is focusing on sustainable development of territories included in the protected areas of the Baikal basin. The issue of promoting ecotourism in international markets is currently of special importance, and for this reason a promotion campaign for SPNAs has been launched under the auspices of a project targeting the European tourist market with special emphasis on development of eco-trails and using ecotourism best practices, and also promoting protected areas (PA) through the Internet in different languages. Additionally the PRECIOUS NECKLACE OF BAIKAL media project has been produced to share the best practices of implementing ecotourism projects in SPNAs, engaging local communities, raising awareness, and attracting tourists. For the purposes of implementing this concept, expeditions have been arranged to all the nature reserves and national parks of the area, and professional photographers have been hired to conduct photo and video shoots of the main landscapes, tourist routes, and eco-trails. The Atlas of Culture Project has produced THE PRECIOUS NECKLACE OF BAIKAL documentary. The special edition of the World of Baikal Magazine has been produced and published which is a welcome addition to the Documentary and it describes all the SPNAs in and around Lake Baikal and lists the ecotours that lead through such areas. The documentary and the magazine have been produced both in the English and Russian languages. In addition, separate promotion video clips have been created for each protected area. The SPNAs play a key role in land use on the Baikal Nature Territory and serve as centers for both biodiversity conservation and ecotourism development providing viable economic alternatives to local communities. Protected areas are designed to protect the natural state of the environment and nature conservation sites that present historic and environmental value. Major responsible project partner is the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (Russian Federation). Additionally this project is supported by the Russian Geographical Society, the Baikal Institute of Nature Management of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, the Fund for Protection of Lake Baikal, Metropol Group of Companies. Detailed information about the project “PRECIOUS NECKLACE OF BAIKAL” and all media material are available on this web site: http://baikal.iwlearn.org/en/pictures/precious-necklace-of-baikal
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Ivan Valentik on Russian forest and water resources
http://www.fao.org/forestry/en/ Deputy Minister for Natural Resources and Environment and Head of the Federal Forestry Agency of the Russian Federation Ivan Valentik emphasizes the importance of preserving forest and water resources and proposes strengthening international discussions on boreal forests, especially in light of climate change. Read more http://www.mnr.gov.ru/english/ Subscribe! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=FAOoftheUN Follow #UNFAO on social media! * Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/UNFAO * Google+ - https://plus.google.com/+UNFAO * Instagram - https://instagram.com/unfao/ * LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/company/fao * Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/faoknowledge © FAO: http://www.fao.org
Russia: Friendly Arkhangelsk hunters rescue helpless bear cub
Footage released on Thursday by the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry of the Arkhangelsk region shows friendly hunters rescuing a young bear cub stuck in poachers' trap in the forests of Velskiy District, Arkhangelsk region. After freeing the bear cub the hunters released him back into the wild. Video ID: 20161103- 037 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: [email protected] Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
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New Earth Destiny - An Anastasia Inspired Documentary Film
NEW EARTH DESTINY - An Anastasia Inspired Grassroots Documentary Film by Mikael King & Igor Revenko. Musical soundtrack by Amoraea Dreamseed & +Elijah- Ray. As Ocean Waters continue to rise, Natural Resources continue to dry up, GMO Seed Issues continue to distract, and the Technocratic Ego-mind based world continues to crumble; millions of awakening humans are now co-creating EMPOWERED SPACES OF LOVE as the sole answer to the world's problems. Be Inspired by the Ringing Cedar Eco-Village Movement started in Russia and now expanding into all countries throughout the Globe. Follow Film Co-Creators Mikael King & Igor Revenko on a synchronized New Earth Destiny journey into the heart of Russia where they discover Eco-Village Kin Domains, Siberia Ringing Cedar Trees, Ancient Black Sea Dolmen Pyramids, and culminate the incredible journey with a week long immersion into the Awe-inspiring Lyceum Children's School. This film is their LOVE gift to you and to the next 7 awakened generations that will thrive by your willingness to CHOOSE TO LIVE the New Earth Destiny Today! newearthdestiny.com Co-Creators Contacts: New Earth Visionary Mikael King: [email protected] org 1.808.639.LIVE divinejoy org breathlightbliss com Open World Production and Igor Revenko: [email protected] com [email protected] ru
Reindeer “Apocalypse” Prompts Mass Movement Of Russian Troops To Siberia  4/18/2017
By: Sorcha Faal A very concerning Security Council (SC) report circulating in the Kremlin today says that President Putin signed an order this morning authorizing the Ministry of Defense (MoD) to immediately deploy an additional 5,000 Motorised Rifle Troops to the Eastern Military District (EMD) as part of the massive military build-up to war against the United States fully one-third of Russian peoples believes is near—but who will not, in fact, be facing outward against their American aggressors, but rather inward in order to halt what is being called the greatest reindeer “apocalypse” our world has ever seen.     According to this report, the grim news of this reindeer “apocalypse” was “received/reviewed” today in the Security Council via an emergency declaration document prepared by the Ministry for the Development of the Russian Far East and the Federal Service for Supervision of Natural Resources wherein it is estimated that unless halted, the world's largest reindeer herd on the Taimyr Peninsula, Siberian Federal District, that in 2000 numbered over 1million, will fall to less than 100,000 in less than 3 years, and could be extinct by 2025.    Causing the “apocalyptic decimation” of these reindeer mammals throughout the Siberia region, this report explains, is twofold—the first being their mass slaughter by illegal poachers in order to obtain their antlers, and the second being these animals being killed by the tens-of-thousands for their tongues. The mass slaughter of these animals for their tongues, this report says, was just recently documented by Natural Resources hunting inspectors who discovered some 20,000 reindeer were shot and their bodies dumped at 800 locations over a 1,500 kilometer (932 miles) route on the Taimyr Peninsula–with one killing field alone being some 6 hectares (15 acres) in size. Likewise, this report continues, the mass slaughter by illegal poachers of these animals by the tens-of-thousands for their antlers has now taken on barbaric proportions—with reindeer herds of the hundreds and thousands being driven into rivers and lakes throughout Siberia where their antlers are then hacked off leaving bloody and lifeless bodies to then decay to the destruction of the environment.    To what is driving this staggering market in illegal reindeer antlers and tongues from Siberia , this report explains, was a decision made by the Chinese communist government in 2002 to destroy their last remaining nomadic tribe, the Ewenki of Aoluguya—who as reindeer herders and hunters had kept the Chinese peoples supplied, but with their destruction has seen China’s reindeer herd numbers, by 2014, drop to less than 1,000.    Reindeer tongues are considered a delicacy by the Chinese, this report explains, while their antlers are highly prized and have been used for hundreds of years for health and longevity and are considered a yang tonic in Chinese Herbal Medicine—but whose countries laws on this illegal trade are barely enforced.     As to the 5,000 Motorised Rifle Troops President Putin has ordered deployed to the Eastern Military District to stop this reindeer “apocalypse”, this report continues, about 1,000 of them have been granted special authority to work with the Border Service of the Federal Security Service (BS-FSB) to apprehend illegal poachers—but who will not have arresting powers nor be able to prosecute any Russian civilians. Of the greater number of these troops, however, this report details, nearly 4,000 of them will work under the supervision of the Natural Resources service in the placing of thousands of “exploding pingo detectors” throughout Siberia—that will have now have a dual purpose of not only tracking pingo eruptions, but due to their seismographic capabilities, will also be able to track the movements of large reindeer herds. Pingo’s, this report explain, are located throughout the Siberian Arctic permafrost and from the outside look like a small hill, but underneath is full of ice, water, and, increasingly, methane gas that bubbles up from underground vents, and under specific conditions can explode forming a massive crater—and whose numbers in this region are estimated to be around 7,000.    By combining these “exploding pingo detectors” with reindeer herd tracking, and the Russian militaries being able to quickly respond to aberrant herd movements that are detected, this report concludes, the Security Council estimates an 80% reduction in this years massacre numbers—but if these numbers aren’t obtained, additional resources, and measures, will be deployed so that these majestic animals can once again live in peace.
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This Russian River Mysteriously Turned Blood Red  Then A Nickel Plant Revealed The Horrible Truth
Please do not forget to visit the site http://scribol.com ************************************************************** The Daldykan River runs right past the Russian settlement of Norilsk, the world’s most northerly city. Remote it may be, but Norilsk, which sits firmly inside the Arctic Circle, is home to over 100,000 people. And, as of recently, it took center stage in an environmental scandal that’s captured the world’s attention. The scandal occurred at the beginning of September 2016. Norilsk locals had noticed that the Daldykan River – normally so lovely and so blue – had turned a distressing shade of blood red. And, although the river is unconnected to the city’s water supply, residents deemed the color strange enough to share on Russian social media. The Russian Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment subsequently promised to investigate the phenomenon. Its theory was that the red hue could be the result of a leak from the nearby Nadezhda Metallurgical Plant. Others, however, believed that the color had been caused by a deliberate chemical runoff from the same plant. Others still blamed the incident on a combination of the facility’s wastewater mixing with mineral ore. But, whichever way you cut it, everybody was pointing the finger at the nickel plant. This wasn’t, in fact, the first time that pollution had been blamed for weird events in this part of Siberia. Certainly, the region has many mines that tap into its rich deposits of copper, nickel and silvery-white palladium. This wealth of natural resources, then, comes at a cost to the environment. Indeed, mining the metals means that over four million tons of pollutants – including arsenic and lead – are belched into the atmosphere from Norilsk each year. Environmentalist Richard Fuller, the president of the Blacksmith Institute, told TIME that “there’s not a single living tree” within a 30-mile radius of the Nadezhda plant. “It’s just a wasteland,” he added. Incidentally, Norilsk was established in the mid 1930s as a Siberian labor camp. Life for the people forced to work there would have been pretty miserable, and while labor camps were later outlawed, the city remains, to this day, a challenging place to live. Russia’s industry-driven pollution problem, however, is by no means limited to outermost Siberia. Today, in fact, three quarters of the country’s surface water – and, startlingly, half of all Russian water – is deemed polluted. ************************************************************** ►You can support the channel: PATREON https://goo.gl/KtaKrp ►web: http://watchjojo.com ► SUBSCRIBE US: https://goo.gl/Z4nZcg ► Follow Us On Google Plus: https://goo.gl/JYf9Rr ► Like us Our Facebook Page: https://goo.gl/C5Rv92 ► Follow On Twitter: https://goo.gl/PZ2U1R ►For more articles visit: http://scribol.com ►Article link: https://goo.gl/ANF5XV #watchjojo
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Ice cube making for drinking water in Yakutsk, Sakha-Yakutia, Russia's Siberia
This is how ice cubes are made on the Lena River in Yakutsk, Republic of Sakha-Yakutia, Russia's Siberia. Ice cubes are melted and used as iced water for washing and drinking. Such ice cubes are demanded by private house holders, who are not connected to the centralized water supply system. The iced water is clean, as it's naturally filtered. At the same time, ice cubes are still the only resource of drinking water in regular Yakut villages across Yakutia.
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Cold Rush. Drilling For Oil Amid Arctic Ice
In 2014 Russia became the world’s first producer of Arctic Oil or ARCO. The Prirazlomnaya platform on the Russian Shelf above the Arctic Circle, operates round the clock to extract the oil. The “Kirill Lavrov” is one of two giant tankers that ferry the black gold to land. The platform is constantly expanding, putting down new bore holes. Once extracted the oil must be carefully analysed to ensure the quality is consistent. So scientists aboard the platform never stop, from their own laboratory on the rig, they make sure the oil always meets the highest standards. Everything that happens out here is scrutinised and practiced to perfection. The man-made island has 2 search and rescue teams who practice regularly emergency drills to keep the crew safe and to respond swiftly in the unthinkable event of an oil spill. They take safety seriously, both personal and ecological, the engineers take great pride in the fact that not a drop of oil has been spilt since the rig came into operation. The Prirazlomnaya’s numbers around 200 people who work day and night in extremely harsh conditions. The shift patterns mean that they spend every other month away from their families. It certainly takes strength of character to do this job. RT Doc visits the rig to meet the people of Russia’s first Arctic oil platform, including the only woman aboard, to find out more about the process of producing ARCO safely. SUBSCRIBE TO RTD Channel to get documentaries firsthand! http://bit.ly/1MgFbVy FOLLOW US RTD WEBSITE: https://RTD.rt.com/ RTD ON TWITTER: http://twitter.com/RT_DOC RTD ON FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/RTDocumentary RTD ON DAILYMOTION http://www.dailymotion.com/rt_doc RTD ON INSTAGRAM http://instagram.com/rt_documentary/ RTD LIVE https://rtd.rt.com/on-air/
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The Coldest City in the World [Yakutsk] 2018
Please subscribe our channel. Visit my web site http://www.youalltube.com There are plenty of regions in Russia that can claim to be very remote and very cold, but none as extreme as Yakutia. It’s an enormous region in north-eastern Russia with an area roughly the size of India but with a population smaller than that of the US state of Rhode Island. Yakutia is well known for its extreme and severe climate, boasting some of the lowest temperatures ever recorded in the Northern Hemisphere. Two of the coldest inhabited places in the world—Verkhoyansk and Oymyakon—lie in Yakutia.Oymyakon is a 500-people settlement, while Verkhoyansk is a former camp for political prisoners. None of them is a fully functioning city. Yakutia’s capital—Yakutsk—on the other hand, is home to over 280,000 people making it the coldest major city in the world. The average winter temperature here is minus 40 degree Celsius. The soil is permanently frozen, so most buildings are built on raised stilts.Yakutsk is so remote it is six time zones away from Moscow, and two centuries ago, a journey between the two would have taken three months. Today, the city boasts of two airports with regular direct flights from major Russian cities, but flights often get delayed or cancelled because of fog. Most travellers find themselves stranded at Magadan, 2,000 km away via the notorious “Road of Bones”, the Kolyma Highway, built by Gulag inmates, many of whom died in the process.The other option is to drive down the dilapidated Lena highway that was once awarded the dubious title of the “worst road in the world.” The last stretch of this journey requires a ferry crossing over the Lena River, which is possible in summer when it is not frozen. During winter, one can simply drive across the ice. In the months in between, when there is neither a clear path for a ferry nor ice strong enough to support the weight of a vehicle, there is no way to make the crossing.So why do people live in such a godforsaken place? Because of diamonds, gold, silver, natural gas and pretty much every precious minerals. The region is extraordinarily rich in natural resources. According to local legend, god was flying around the world distributing riches and natural resources, but when he flew over Yakutia he got so cold that his hands went numb and he dropped everything. Ninety nine percent of all Russian diamonds and over twenty percent of all the diamonds mined in the world are mined in Yakutia.The city was originally a small military outpost founded in 1632. Like many Siberian towns, it was used as an open prison where political prisoners were sent to exile. Yakutsk did not grow into a city until the discovery of large reserves of gold and other minerals in the 1880s. The readily available labor force from gulags helped Stalin develop these reserves extensively during the early 20th century industrialization of Russia. Over time, Yakutsk was transformed into a real city with hotels, cinemas, an opera house, universities, pizza delivery service, and even a zoo. Every outing is carefully planned, which means no unnecessary detours, no loitering or window-shopping. Walking is exhaustive in the cold, so residents prefer to take cars or taxis wherever they go. They leave the engines running while they shop because if the engine freezes it is nearly impossible to start the car again. Many photojournalist who went to Yakutsk reported their cameras freezing solid from the cold. Academician Clifford Gaddy of the Brookings Institution believe that settlements such as Yakutsk aren’t fit for human habitation, and exist solely because of Russia’s arrogance and crazy 19th-century ideology that you don't really possess land unless you have people there. In the book The Siberian Curse, author Clifford Gaddy estimated that emergency fuel deliveries to Siberian towns alone cost about $470 million per year, and it would be much cheaper and more efficient, he says, to fly people in to work at the mines rather than have fully functioning cities in such conditions. What Gaddy failed to see, however, is that Yakutia was inhabited for thousands of years before precious metals were discovered here. The now extinct Ymyakhtakh culture lived in the Lena river basin during the Late Neolithic period, and the present natives, Yakuts, have been living in the region since the 13th and 14th centuries. These people have developed remarkable adaptability to the weather. Henry Lansdell, a 19th century British traveller, who made a brief stop at Yakutsk on his way across Siberia, reported seeing native Yakut women “with bare arms, stand in the open-air markets, chattering and joking as pleasantly as if in genial spring." If you can brave the cold, there is a bunch of interesting things to explore in Yakutsk, such as the Mammoth Museum, where is cryogenically preserved the complete head of a wooly mammoth, the National Art Museum, and the only museum in the world dedicated to permafrost.
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Underwater alien bases, USOs, heavy presence of the Russian military in the faraway, ecologically (almost) pristine, harsh, unexplored, volcanic active Far Eastern peninsula. Recently, after beefing up the Baltic and Black Sea Fleets, the Russian Defense Ministry’s main resources are now being invested in the modernization of submarine bases in the Far East, in the city of Vilyuchinsk in the Kamchatka Region.The site of the fabled (among foreign spies) “wasp’s nest”; Russia’s home of the Pacific Fleet…land full of secrets (some areas are closed for foreigners-like Vilyuchinsk), paranormal mysteries, and natural resources. What attracts strange USOs to the lakes of Kamchatka?
Altai Republic
The Republic of Altai is in the southern area of West Siberia. It's a relatively small territory compared to the vastness of Russia, measuring only 360 to 400 kilometers, yet it's so rich in natural resources. Siberia's highest peak, Belukha , is in the Altai Mountains 'the Mountains of Gold' in the local language). These peaks are reflected in its 7000 lakes. The must-see monuments of ancient cultures we find here are a testament to the greatness of a Creator they were created to worship. Altai is Russia's true treasure.
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Music from Siberia: Klavdia and German Khatylaev
http://www.wesleyan.edu/feettothefire The Khatylaevs perform a fascinating and little known musical repertoire rooted in the animist and shamanist traditions of their native Yakutia, a.k.a. Sakha, the vast region of north central Siberia whose fragile ecology is now under increasing pressure from rampant natural resource extraction. Using jaw harps, archaic fiddles, percussion, and a variety of extended vocal techniques, the Khatylaevs create a magical soundscape that represents the dynamic forces of spirit and nature in traditional Yakut spirituality. (Video by Paul Horton/Intro/outro music by Evan Manners)
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Why players hate RUSSIAN gamers? ⚡ online games
I wanna tell you about some russian gamers and their relationship with gamers from abroad. Why russians do not speak English? Why some russians very rude? Why some russians so annoying? Why almost all russians so homophobic? ►My wesite: http://mmoforum.org ►Please subscribe to my channel: http://goo.gl/N1AgNc Russia is a country in northern Eurasia. At 17,075,400 square kilometres (6,592,800 sq mi), Russia is the largest country in the world, covering more than one-eighth of the Earth's inhabited land area. Russia is the world's ninth most populous country with nearly 144 million people in November 2014. The two most widely separated points in Russia are about 8,000 km (4,971 mi) apart along a geodesic line. These points are: a 60 km (37 mi) long Vistula Spit the boundary with Poland separating the Gdańsk Bay from the Vistula Lagoon and the most southeastern point of the Kuril Islands. The points which are farthest separated in longitude are 6,600 km (4,101 mi) apart along a geodesic line. These points are: in the west, the same spit on the boundary with Poland, and in the east, the Big Diomede Island. The Russian Federation spans nine time zones. Most of Russia consists of vast stretches of plains that are predominantly steppe to the south and heavily forested to the north, with tundra along the northern coast. Russia possesses 10% of the world's arable land. Mountain ranges are found along the southern borders, such as the Caucasus (containing Mount Elbrus, which at 5,642 m (18,510 ft) is the highest point in both Russia and Europe) and the Altai (containing Mount Belukha, which at the 4,506 m (14,783 ft) is the highest point of Siberia outside of the Russian Far East); and in the eastern parts, such as the Verkhoyansk Range or the volcanoes of Kamchatka Peninsula (containing Klyuchevskaya Sopka, which at the 4,750 m (15,584 ft) is the highest active volcano in Eurasia as well as the highest point of Asian Russia). The Ural Mountains, rich in mineral resources, form a north-south range that divides Europe and Asia. Russia has an extensive coastline of over 37,000 km (22,991 mi) along the Arctic and Pacific Oceans, as well as along the Baltic Sea, Sea of Azov, Black Sea and Caspian Sea. The Barents Sea, White Sea, Kara Sea, Laptev Sea, East Siberian Sea, Chukchi Sea, Bering Sea, Sea of Okhotsk, and the Sea of Japan are linked to Russia via the Arctic and Pacific. Russia's major islands and archipelagos include Novaya Zemlya, the Franz Josef Land, the Severnaya Zemlya, the New Siberian Islands, Wrangel Island, the Kuril Islands, and Sakhalin. The Diomede Islands (one controlled by Russia, the other by the U.S.) are just 3 km (1.9 mi) apart, and Kunashir Island is about 20 km (12.4 mi) from Hokkaido, Japan. Russia has thousands of rivers and inland bodies of water, providing it with one of the world's largest surface water resources. Its lakes contain approximately one-quarter of the world's liquid fresh water. The largest and most prominent of Russia's bodies of fresh water is Lake Baikal, the world's deepest, purest, oldest and most capacious fresh water lake. Baikal alone contains over one-fifth of the world's fresh surface water. Other major lakes include Ladoga and Onega, two of the largest lakes in Europe. Russia is second only to Brazil in volume of the total renewable water resources. Of the country's 100,000 rivers, the Volga is the most famous, not only because it is the longest river in Europe, but also because of its major role in Russian history. The Siberian rivers Ob, Yenisey, Lena and Amur are among the longest rivers in the world. Russia has a wide natural resource base, including major deposits of timber, petroleum, natural gas, coal, ores and other mineral resources.
Im material Siberia
'Im-material Siberia' is a montage of images of materiality and immateriality linked to the global political economy of Siberia. Shot on the trans-Siberian train in September 2005, the raw material presented is a seemingly never-ending freight train moving from east to west delivering commodities such as crude oil and wood. The continuous movement of these raw, industrial commodities is interrupted by a range of immaterial imagery that connects the exploitation of Siberian natural resources to the management of the global political economy. Contemporary politico-economic strategies are characterized by a gap: On one hand, global management increasingly relies on an immaterial discourse of sustainability and corporate social responsibility, which is proliferated by way of multi-million dollar marketing campaigns that create a green brand image for multinational corporations particularly suited to ethically conscious western consumers. On the other hand, Russian political economy unmistakably positions itself as the new powerhouse of raw, dirty commodities supplying the west with much needed real materialities that enable the continuous growth of immaterial empires. The montage of 'Im-material Siberia' explores the antagonisms created by the confrontation of these im-materialities.
China Completes Russia-bound Oil Pipeline in Border Town
China on Tuesday completed the construction of a crude oil pipeline section in the China-Russia border town of Mohe, as part of a massive oil pipeline project across China-Russia border. The completion of the 470.5 kilometer-long pipeline in Mohe marks that more than half of the entire pipeline project has been finished, according to the project’s engineers. "The China-Russia Second Crude Oil Pipeline Project starts from its north end in the Xin'an Township, Mohe County in the Heilongjiang Province's Greater Khingan mountains. Then passing through the Greater Khingan mountains to its south end at the Linyuan Oil Station in the city of Daqing. It measures 940 kilometers in total length," said Ding Heming, deputy directing manager, China-Russia Second Crude Oil Pipeline Project. The completed part of the project has featured the adoption of many advanced technologies, most of which have been used for the first time in China, Ding added. "The China-Russia Second Crude Oil Pipeline Project is China's first pipeline project that has fully applied environment-protective automatic joint coating technology. It is also China's first project that has adopted full-life cycle-database management, as well as the quick response code personnel management. The adoption of these technologies has enabled our project to reach an advanced international level in technical and managerial aspects," said Ding. Complicated weather and geographic conditions such as extreme cold, permafrost and swampy regions had added a lot more difficulties to the project, said Ding. After completion, the project will be able to transport 1,500 tons of crude oil from Russia to China per year. The project has been regarded as an important support to optimize China’s oil supply and demand, and boost the industrial economy in China northeastern region. http://www.cctvplus.com/news/20170103/8039977.shtml#!language=1 Subscribe us on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/CCTVPlus CCTV+ official website: http://www.cctvplus.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/cctv-news-content Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NewsContent.CCTVPLUS Twitter: https://twitter.com/CCTV_Plus
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Romania Energy Independence: Romania is moving away from Russian gas supplies
Romania has announced that it is moving away from Russian gas. The country is working to rely on its own gas resources in an attempt to completely free itself of natural gas imports from Russia. Starting in April, Romania hopes import no gas from Russia for several months. Meanwhile, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania and Bulgaria are reportedly close to signing a memorandum on the construction of a new pipeline called Eastring in a move designed to diversify Europe's gas supply infrastructure. Slovak gas pipeline operator Eustream said the pipeline would help Europe wean itself off its dependence on Russian gas. Check out our website: http://uatoday.tv Facebook: https://facebook.com/uatodaytv Twitter: https://twitter.com/uatodaytv
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Lake Baikal in Danger
STORY: Baikal Lake, also known as the "Blue Eye of Siberia," is the deepest and oldest lake in the world. It's also largest freshwater lake, holding approximately twenty percent of the world's total fresh water. It is home to more than 1,700 species of plants and animals, two thirds of which can be found nowhere else and was declared a UNESCO Heritage site in 1996. But now environmentalists say Baikal whose shores are rich with mineral resources, is in great danger. There are plans to develop an ore and zinc mine which is located within the 30 kilometers ecological zone around the lake. [Sergei Shapkhayev, Dir., Baikal Land Use]: (Russian) "I think that at this moment it is the most dangerous project, which potential danger is much greater than a proposed paper mill and oil pipeline, which we have managed to stop." The mine developers would be Metropol who bankrolled environmental exploration of Lake Baikal. They sponsored a mini submarine used to discover new species in the lake's waters. But they paid little heed to environmental concern over developing the mine. [Mikhail Slipenchuk, Metropol Group]: (Russian) "This is 20 percent of Russia's reserves. If we cross it off the list Russia will be the poorer for it." In July Russia's Natural Resources Ministry proposed a ban on the development of the world's third largest zinc and lead field due to the environmental worries. But Metropol and local authorities here, strongly opposed the move, arguing development of the mine will bring in investment and jobs to the area. It looks as if there is little prospect of a meeting of minds...meanwhile Lake Baikal must wait for its fate to be decided.
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New Russian Oil Pipeline Directly into China Sep 28 2010 Trans-Siberian Pipeline.flv
Chinese President Hu Jintao hailed deepening Sino-Russian energy cooperation as a "new start" to relations during his counterpart Dmitry Medvedev's two-day China trip this week, as Moscow and Beijing inked breakthrough deals in the gas, oil and nuclear sector. Medvedev's second presidential visit to China will shore up Russia's burgeoning trade relations with resource-hungry China, as Moscow continues its bid to free itself from an over-reliance on supplying the European market. China does not want to be 70% reliant on Saudi Arabia for Oil. Last week Deputy Prime Minister Igor Sechin attended the ceremony for the joint Rosneft and China National Petroleum project to build a $5 billion oil refinery in Tianjin, on China's east coast. During his China sojourn last week, Sechin -- sometimes said to be Russia's second most powerful politician -- kicked off negotiations with the Chinese behind closed doors, laying the ground for president Medvedev who oversaw the signing of a string of breakthrough energy deals in his two-day trip starting yesterday.
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Russia captures key resource markets
Russian companies actively make deals and purchases to entrench themselves in key mining and oil markets. As the Oilprice.com wrote, it may a be a serious challenge for the US, Canada, Great Britain and Australia. The Russian mining companies have launched a significant number of new projects for the latest week. Everything started from purchase of the Indian Essar Oil company consortium, worth 7.5bln dollars. Another important deal on the Indian market is agreement with the Gazprom on supplies of the liquefied natural gas of 2.5m tons. Everything happened at a time when the President of Russia Vladimir Putin visited India, during which the Head of State signed agreements on cooperation in the oil sphere and joint research on a gas pipeline installation in the country. A deal in golden sphere was also reached. The Indian company SUN Gold along with the Russian fund will develop the Klyuchevsk field in the Eastern Siberia, the company plans to invest 500m dollars. Players from China and investors from the Republic of South Africa and Brazil are also involved. The authors believe that it evidences Russia’s aggressive moving forward in energy and mining sphere in order to secure itself key global markets. As it is noted, it’s an evident challenge to other mining countries. Check more of our videos on our video channel http://www.youtube.com/user/PravdaTV Go to Pravda.Ru website to read articles that you can not read in Western publications http://english.pravda.ru/
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WELCOME TO THE BEST RESOURCE ABOUT SIBERIA! Siberia is a land of beautiful natural landscapes of great ecological value. There are majestic mountains, wild untouched forests, plains, wild rivers and quiet lakes here. The Siberian territory is not just tundra and taiga, but also large cities with populations over one million people, modern enterprises, many attractions, and very friendly and helpful people who love this harsh land with all their hearts. This is a unique place on our huge planet where the achievements of modern civilization are closely intertwined with the savagery of the untouched nature. TRIPSIB.COM | http://tripsib.com/ Discover Your Siberia ________________________________________________ cameraman: Anatoliy Burmistrov, Alex Kuzakov director: Dmitry Medvedev
Russia's Kamchatka Is A Stunning Place Worth Protecting (1998)
Discovering Kamchatka (1998): A report on the region of Kamchatka after the fall of the Soviet Union, its attempts to become a tourist hot spot, and the unique environment local government are trying to protect. Subscribe to Journeyman here: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=journeymanpictures# Kamchatka is a peninsular in the Russian Far-East. Populated with volcanoes, and prone to earthquakes, the peninsular is still in formation. This fascinates people like Yuri Dubik, who studies the geology of the region, yet he admits that the natural phenomena can cause problems for the peninsular's residents. Due to the natural beauty of Kamchatka, the region's government are keen to develop tourist infrastructure to bring in foreigners to the region. But the main aim of the authorities is to protect Kamchatka's natural environment. While many foreign investors are interested in taking advantage of the region's natural resources, they must abide by the strict rules in place to protect Kamchatka's flora and fauna. As a local fisherman states: "We have the goal of leaving something for our children." A touching report on a area few have seen or know, and the people looking to protect it. For more information, visit https://www.journeyman.tv/film/508 Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/journeymanpictures Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/JourneymanNews https://twitter.com/JourneymanVOD Follow us on Instagram: https://instagram.com/journeymanpictures ABC Australia - Ref. 0508
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