ⓘ Kuznetsk Depression

                                     

ⓘ Kuznetsk Depression

Kuznetsk Depression is located among mountains of South-Central Siberia, including: Kuznetsk Alatau to the Northeast, Salair Ridge to the Southwest, and Mountainous Shoria to the South. It is within Kemerovo Oblast.

                                     

1. Geography

The depression has elevations up to 500 metres 1.600 ft. It has an area of 70.000 km², with a length of 400 kilometres 250 mi and width of 120 kilometres 75 mi.

It is split by a network of river valleys. The major rivers are the Tom River and Inya River, with other tributaries of Ob River.

The central section has several Mesozoic basalt mountain ridges with heights of 600–740 metres 1.970–2.430 ft. They include Taradanovs Ridge, Saltymakovs Ridge, and the Karakan Mountains.

                                     
  • area of around 10, 000 square miles 26, 000 km2 It lies in the Kuznetsk Depression between Tomsk and Novokuznetsk in the basin of the Tom River. From
  • is a mountain range in South Siberia, Russia, between Kuznetsk Depression and Minusinsk Depression Length: about 300 km., elevation: up to 2, 178 metres
  • the steppe of the Kuznetsk Depression which contains the large Kuznetsk Basin coal fields, the mountains of the Abakans and Kuznetsk Alatau and the Salair
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  • and diorite. The range is the southern border of the Kuznetsk Depression that contains the Kuznetsk Basin of Kemerovo Oblast. The range is part of the water
  • and separates the Kuznetsk Depression from the Ob River Plain to the southwest. Its main ridge is nearly parallel to that of Kuznetsk Alatau. The ridge
  • located among mountains of South Siberia. It is bounded on the west by Kuznetsk Alatau, and east by the Sayan Mountains. See Geography of South - Central
  • northern edge of the Kuznetsk Depression which is the basin of the Tom River between the Salair Ridge to the west, and the Kuznetsk Alatau mountains to
  • 207 1989 Census Kemerovsky District is in the northwest of the Kuznetsk Depression which is the basin of the Tom River between the Salair Ridge to
  • of the Altai mountains. It is on the west edge of the Kuznetsk Depression site of the Kuznetsk Basin the Kuzbass coal region although the district
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