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  • proper noun A large peninsula in the Russian North.

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Examples

  • The emails may have been filtered by using a few simple scientifically pertinent search words such as "Yamal" - a series of tree ring data from Siberia - or emails directed to US addresses.

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  • So Briffa knew all about the Polar Urals site which has been used directly or as the aka Yamal in every study.

    Briffa 2000 and Yamal « Climate Audit

  • Under what is known as the Yamal deal, Gazprom agreed to boost gas supplies to Poland to the maximum of 10.2 billion cubic meters a year, measured in accordance with Polish norms, and

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  • Under what is known as the Yamal deal, Gazprom agreed to boost gas supplies to Poland to the maximum of 10.2 billion cubic meters a year, measured in accordance with Polish norms, and

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  • The files were all in one place on a backup server, according to UEA, and all it took to sift them was a series of simple searches using keywords such as "Yamal" [the name of a controversial research project], "tree rings", or "Phil Jones".

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  • The files were all in one place on a backup server, according to UEA, and all it took to sift them was a series of simple searches using keywords such as "Yamal" [the name of a controversial research project], "tree rings", or "Phil Jones".

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  • The files were all in one place on a backup server, according to UEA, and all it took to sift them was a series of simple searches using keywords such as "Yamal" [the name of a controversial research project], "tree rings", or "Phil Jones".

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  • It's equally clear that the problem of Russia's looming gas shortage can only be solved by optimizing existing fields and through the rapid development and production of major fields such as Yamal, Shtokman, and Sakhalin.

    Energy Tribune

  • Investment from foreign companies could, by 2020, help increase production from fields such as Yamal (180 to 190 Bcm per year), the Nadym-pur-Tazovsky area (440 to 445 Bcm per year), and Kovyktinskoye (16 Bcm per year).

    Energy Tribune

  • "A cut in production volumes will inevitably affect Gazprom's investment plans," said Korchemkin who added that Gazprom could now afford to delay key projects -- such as Yamal or Shtokman in Arctic Russia -- by 3-5 years.

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