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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • A river, about 1,150 km (715 mi) long, of north-central Russia flowing southeast then north to the Khatanga Gulf, an arm of the Laptev Sea.

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Examples

  • The next bit, we'd chartered a pretty elderly Russian plane to fly us up to a town called Khatanga, which was the sort of last bit of civilization.

    Ben Saunders skis to the North Pole

  • Observed temperatures are the average of four stations (Dudinka, Essej, Khatanga, and Olenek); model-projected temperatures are for the entire grid cell and have been adjusted (see Method of analysis above).

    Use and evaluation of the ACIA forest and agriculture scenarios

  • Observations represent the average of four climate stations (Dudinka, Essej, Khatanga, and Olenek) on the Taymir Peninsula; projections from the CSM_1. 4 and CGCM2 models have been adjusted using the average mean annual temperatures from these four stations (see Method of analysis above).

    Use and evaluation of the ACIA forest and agriculture scenarios

  • The Ari Mas grid-cell data was adjusted as described in Method of analysis (above) using the mean annual temperature from four stations (Dudinka, Essej, Khatanga, and Olenek), which averages about - 11. 5°C for the available 20th-century record.

    Use and evaluation of the ACIA forest and agriculture scenarios

  • Trees already occur close to the Arctic Ocean at Prudhoe Bay and Khatanga.

    Arctic environments north of the treeline

  • The LME is characterized by perennial ice cover over extensive regions, water exchange with the Arctic Ocean, and freshwater input from the Yana, Lena, Olenek, Anabar, Khatanga and Kotuy Rivers.

    Laptev Sea large marine ecosystem

  • I think the joke is that Khatanga isn't the end of the world, but you can see it from there.

    Ben Saunders skis to the North Pole

  • Outside Khatanga there are still people living as they did in the Stone Age.

    Crossing the Arctic Ocean on Skis

  • We flew from Oslo to Moscow on February 19 last year and from Moscow to a place in Siberia called Khatanga.

    Crossing the Arctic Ocean on Skis

  • We had, of course, detected the release of nuclear energy incident to the test, and inasmuch as it had obviously originated in the disintegration of a quantity of Uranium 235, we had feared that an explosion had occurred at your Government's secret uranium plant at Khatanga.

    Operation R.S.V.P.

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