Anadyrsky District

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"wikitable" style "width:75%" + Municipal composition - bgcolor "#CCCCFF" align "center" !Urban settlements !Population !Male !Female !Inhabited localities in jurisdiction - valign "top" Beringovsky ( ) align "center" 1401 align "center" 711 (50.7%) align "center" 690 (49.3%) *urban-type settlement of Beringovsky (Beringovsky (inhabited locality)) - valign "top"

; Ugolnye Kopi ( ) align "center" 299 align "center" 158 (52.8%) align

"center" 144 (47.2%) *'''''selo (village#Russia)'' of Alkatvaam''' - valign "top" Chuvanskoye ( ) align "center" 629 align "center" 313 (49.8%) align "center" 316 (50.2%) *'''''selo


gold field

in 2001–2004. 272,000 tons were mined in 2004. Kupol Environmental Impact Assessment, pp. 94–95 Geological explorations have taken place in the Kanchalan River Basin (specifically in the Valunitsy gold field) and Arakveyem deposit on the banks of the Belaya River (Belaya River (Chukotka)) in the early part of the 21st century. Development of alluvial gold deposits has


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industries, exploration has taken place in the Anadyrskaya lowlands for oil and gas deposits. In 2005, Anadyrsky District had a working population of approximately 8,800 individuals. Of these approximately one in five worked in medium or large industry, one in four worked either for the government or the administration in some capacity, with health and fuel industries being the other main non-traditional sources of employment. In 2005, the fuel industry was where the highest salaries were to be found (paying over 10,000 rubles per month in 2002 at a time when basic living costs were approximately 7,000 rubles per month). Traditional and cultural thumb View of the Anadyr port (File:Анадырский морпорт.png) However, traditional economic drivers are still present, with reindeer farming being responsible for nearly 50,000 animals. Four agricultural farms are operating in the district: Markovsky Farm (in Markovo (Markovo, Chukotka Autonomous Okrug)), Kanchalansky Farm (in Kanchalan), Vayezhsky Farm (in Vayegi), and the First Revkom of Chukotka Farm (in Snezhnoye (Snezhnoye, Chukotka Autonomous Okrug)). There is also a reindeer farm at Ust-Belaya. In addition to reindeer farming, the traditional economic activity of the Chukchi people, there is a significant harvest of Chum salmon, with 500 tons being caught annually within the district in the 1990s in addition to a further harvest of 250 tons of other species. However, due to the economic collapse following the dissolution of the Soviet Union, the main fish processing plant in Anadyr, which contained a number of factories for the packing and processing of fish and caviar was forced to close. Smirnov, p. 306 In 2002, approximately one in three people were employed in the agricultural sector, in education, or in cultural positions. The agricultural sector was at the time the lowest paying sector in the economy of the district, with the average 2002 wage providing less than half the required monthly cash needed for basic living costs and only slightly more than required for minimum food costs. Although raising livestock is not a common activity in Chukotka, some people in Anadyrsky district keep small herds of Yakut horses. While it was cost effective, the farming sovkhoz in Anadyrsky district used to raise birds. Transportation The major airport for the district is the Ugolny Airport, providing vital links to all airports within the district with Chukotavia as well as Alaska through Bering Air, Khabarovsk with Vladivostok Air, and Moscow with Transaero Airlines. Federal State Unitary Enterprise "State Air Traffic Management Corporation", ''Summer Air Traffic Schedule 25.03.2007 - 27.10.2007 (Airports — Russian domestic)'', May 29, 2007, pp. 2-3 Category:Districts of Chukotka Autonomous Okrug


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the day of the official publication en_url * *''Petit Futé: Chukotka'', Strogoff, M, Brochet, P-C and Auzias, D. "Avant-Garde" Publishing House, 2006. * Wetlands


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"wikitable" style "width:75%" + Municipal composition - bgcolor "#CCCCFF" align "center" !Urban settlements !Population !Male !Female !Inhabited localities in jurisdiction - valign "top" Beringovsky ( ) align "center" 1401 align "center" 711 (50.7%) align "center" 690 (49.3%) *urban-type settlement of Beringovsky (Beringovsky (inhabited locality)) - valign "top

" Ugolnye Kopi ( ) align "center" 299 align "center" 158 (52.8%) align

"center" 144 (47.2%) *'''''selo (village#Russia)'' of Alkatvaam''' - valign "top" Chuvanskoye ( ) align "center" 629 align "center" 313 (49.8%) align "center" 316 (50.2%) *'''''selo


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Airport , providing vital links to all airports within the district with Chukotavia as well as Alaska through Bering Air, Khabarovsk with Vladivostok Air, and Moscow with Transaero Airlines. Federal State Unitary Enterprise "State Air Traffic Management Corporation", ''Summer Air Traffic Schedule 25.03.2007 - 27.10.2007 (Airports — Russian domestic)'', May 29, 2007, pp. 2-3 ref name "


local term

into the Gulf of Anadyr. All of the major inhabited localities on the territory of the district (Anadyr, Ugolnye Kopi, and Shakhtyorsky (Shakhtyorsky, Chukotka Autonomous Okrug)) are found on the banks of this estuary. The boundary between the estuary and the Gulf of Anadyr is marked by the Russkaya Koshka (where "koshka" is a local term meaning "a spit (spit (landform))"). The vast majority of all inhabited localities of any size are to be found either along the Anadyr


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in flooding in the area. This creates dangers to the environment due to the proximity to water of a number of large oil and gas plants, including open petroleum storage containers that could be washed into the ground or water supply. At the start of the 21st century, serious flooding in Anadyr itself resulted in significant damage to both public and private property, including serious power cuts. ref name "


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of the taiga is found in the west of the district, on Opalyonnaya Mountain, near the ''selo (village#Russia)'' of Markovo (Markovo, Chukotka Autonomous Okrug). A large part of the district is covered by the Anadyr Valley, consisting of two distinct sections: a plain extending from Anadyrsky Liman in the east approximately to Markovo and a more elevated region within the Shchuchy Range. ref name "Andreev" >

; In addition to reindeer farming, the traditional economic activity of the Chukchi people, there is a significant harvest of Chum salmon, with 500 tons being caught annually within the district in the 1990s in addition to a further harvest of 250 tons of other species. However, due to the economic collapse following the dissolution of the Soviet Union, the main fish processing plant in Anadyr, which contained a number of factories

of approximately 3–500 mm of snow per year. There has been an increase

Anadyrsky District

'''Anadyrsky District''' (

In terms of area, this is the largest district in the autonomous okrug. The district is located in a mountainous region, the peaks of which provide the catchment areas for the Anadyr River and its tributaries (tributary). The district is home to a large number of indigenous peoples as well as Russians and Ukrainians. Humans have been living in what is now Anadyrsky District for at least five thousand years. Following the foundation of the first Russian-speaking settlements by Semyon Dezhnyov, this territory became the key part of the region in terms of trade, exploration, and administration, which still continues today.

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