American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A river, about 1,789 km (1,112 mi) long, of northeast Russia flowing generally northward to the East Siberian Sea.
- n. a river in far eastern Siberia that flows generally northward to the Arctic Ocean
“Relict steppe associations are usual for the basins of Yana and Indigirka river.”
“The Yana, Indigirka, and Kolyma River systems wind northwards through large interior areas of the region before terminating along the northern arctic coast.”
“The region's complex and diverse geological structures are extremely rich in minerals and are well known throughout Russia for gold deposits in the Aldan, Indigirka, and Yana River basins, tin in the northeast.”
“Juckes co-author, Moberg, was required by Nature to supply the Indigirka data, a copy of which I have.”
“We have put all the data used in our study online: the Indigirka series is not available for publication in this way.”
“A using the data in a larger composite even if the composite does not show the Indigirka data separately.”
““It is simply in courtesy of the original authors of the Indigirka series that I ask users of the data file not to publish their data.””
“Also, now that we have clearly established that both Indigirka and the Sargasso Sea proxies fit your criteria they must extend from 1000 to 1980, I trust that you will amend your study to include them.”
“Indigirka ring widths – this has a high MWP and was in my apple picking reconstruction”
“But even I got a big surprise when I decided to investigate Juckes statement Concerning the Indigirka data, the key phrase is “they are unpublished data”; and his challenge in 894#13:”
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