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  Kemerovo - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Kemerovo (Russian: Кемерово) is an industrial city on the Tom River situated east-northeast of Novosibirsk in Siberia, Russia (55°25′N 86°05′E).
It is the capital of the Kemerovo Oblast in the major coal mining region of the Kuznetsk Basin.
In 1932, Shcheglovsk was renamed Kemerovo and became the center of the Kemerovo Oblast (Kemerovo Region) in 1943.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Kemerovo   (378 words)

  
 KEMEROVO   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Kemerovo is a city on the river Tom, capital of the Kemerovo Oblast, in Siberia, Russia.
Kemerovo started on the place of old Russian settlements, not far from Verkhotomsky ostrog, which was established in 1657.
In 1932, Scheglovsk was renamed Kemerovo and became the center of the Kemerovo Oblast in 1943.
www.yotor.org /wiki/en/ke/Kemerovo.htm   (259 words)

  
 Nat' Academies Press, The Role of Environmental NGOs--Russian Challenges, American Lessons: Proceedings of a Workshop ...
In Kemerovo, regular observations of air pollution are performed using a network of eight stationary points of the state hydrometeorology and environmental monitoring committee.
The aggravation of the ecological situation in Kemerovo Oblast in recent years is connected not only with the activation of production in heavy industry sectors, but also with the lack of ecological culture among the great majority of managers of all levels.
Additional ecological-biological education in Kemerovo Oblast involves the regional station of young naturalists as a coordination center of uninterrupted ecological education and ecological culture formation among pre-school children and among elementary and middle school students.
www.nap.edu /books/0309076188/html/109.html   (6895 words)

  
 Nottingham
This report is a short overview of the food processing industry in Kemerovo and gives an overall picture of its main parameters, development trends, and provides a perspective useful to U.S. companies interested in the possibility of both export and investment in food processing in the region.
By the time the Kemerovo Oblast was established in the 1840’s, 120 small dairies represented almost all food processing with primitive equipment producing pasteurized milk, butter, cottage cheese, and sour cream.
The Kemerovo Milk plant is one of the largest food processing enterprises in the Oblast and in 2002 celebrated its 35 anniversary from the date of its establishment.
www.bisnis.doc.gov /bisnis/bisdoc/0307Kemerovofood.htm   (2075 words)

  
 Gorgas TB Initiative
The project’s specific aims were to strengthen regional capacities for training, education and operations research in TB control; promote the development of regional TB control policies and procedures in accordance with WHO-recommended strategies; and foster collaboration and linkages among different institutional and organizations to operationalize a revised TB control plan [1].
Training was provided for staff of the Kemerovo Regional TB Dispensary (RTBD), its 12 dispensaries, and municipal hospitals throughout the region, which in turn provided training for primary care practitioners.
Trainers were drawn from TB professionals and academics throughout the Oblast (including alumni of the November 2000 UAB course), international organizations and federal TB institutes [2].
www.soph.uab.edu /gorgas/Kemerovo.htm   (1000 words)

  
 Visit Siberia Ltd. :: Russia inside :: Kemerovo oblast'   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Geographical position: Kemerovo oblast' is region also known as Kuzbass (Kuznetsk basin - the largest coal-field in the world).
Kemerovo region is a coal and metallurgical base of the Russian Federation, here they produce about 40 % of coal in Russia, over 16 % of steel, over 17 % of rolled ferrous metals.
Transport: Kemerovo region is the most advanced area of Western Siberia in transport.
visitsiberia.com /russia/region.php?r=42   (479 words)

  
 Clinical and Financial Information Systems in Kemerovo   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Kemerovo's position as a leading Russian authority in developing innovative methods to finance and deliver health care within the complex existing network may be leveraged through the channeling of "seed" resources.
Kemerovo is attempting to refine its unit of measure toward a population based cost per insured person per quarter; adjusted for economics, age, gender, and incidence for chronic disease.
Kemerovo is well positioned to engage in advanced actuarial mangagement (risk adjusted capitation), benefit redesign, and a move from retrospective utilization management to prospective utilization management.
www.health.gov.ua /zpr.nsf/6d7bc4049b9d4b5ac12567ac00289a36/905ab559c90a6e76c12567ad002ff29c   (9154 words)

  
 Kemerovo --  Encyclopædia Britannica
The oblast lies in the Tom River basin.
The north-south valley of the basin is flanked by the Kuznetsk Alatau Mountains on the east and by the lower Salair Ridge on the west.
In the south are the low Gornaya Shoriya uplands, on which the headstreams of the Tom rise.
www.britannica.com /eb/article-9045052?tocId=9045052   (162 words)

  
 Kemerovo   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The regional legislative assembly, dominated by left-wing deputies, constantly opposed Kislyuk, with the dispute becoming particularly heated in October 1993 during Yeltsin's clash with the federal parliament.
Kemerovo Oblast, often called Kuzbas after the Kuznetsk Coal Basin, is located in South-Western Siberia, where the West-Siberian Plain meets the South Siberian mountains.
The oblast, 95,700 sq km, shares a border with Tomsk Oblast in the north, Krasnoyarsk Krai and Khakasiya in the east, Altai Krai in the south, and Novosibirsk Oblast and Altai Republic in the west.
www.hf.uib.no /Andre/vesti/kemerovo.htm   (851 words)

  
 Tomsk Oblast   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The development of the territory which belongs to the oblast began in the 17th century.
Most of the oblast's 316 900 territory is inaccessible because it is covered taiga woods and swamps.
Tomsk Oblast is rich in natural resources oil natural gas ferrous and non-ferrous metals peat and underground waters.
www.freeglossary.com /Tomsk_Oblast   (339 words)

  
 MSN Encarta - Search Results - Kemerovo
Served by a branch of the Trans-Siberian Railroad, Kemerovo...
Anzhero-Sudzhensk, city in the Kemerovo Oblast of Russia, in southwestern Siberia.
Leninsk-Kuznetskiy, coal-mining city in Kemerovo Oblast of Russia, in western Siberia.
encarta.msn.com /encnet/refpages/search.aspx?q=Kemerovo   (104 words)

  
 REGION - NPO International Coal & Methane Research Center - Uglemetan   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The Kuzbass is in the Kemerovo Oblast (province) of western Siberia.
Total population of the Kemerovo Oblast is more than 3 million, and major cities include Novokuznetsk (population 593,000) and Kemerovo (the administrative center, population 513,000).
Airports in Kemerovo and Novokuznetsk serve international flights, and are readily accessible by rail and auto.
www.uglemetan.ru /HTML/regionEng.html   (502 words)

  
 Kemerovo Region (Russia)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Kemerovo Region is the homeland of the Shor people (Ŝorcy, in russian), one of the largest russian peoples without it’s own republic or autonomous district.
At http://mega.kemerovo.su/WEB/HTML/36425.HTM there are images of arms and flag of Kemerovo oblast and, if I understand correctly, these symbols have been adopted 07.06.2002.
It is arms of the oblast, adopted in 1994.
www.fotw.net /flags/ru-kem.html   (395 words)

  
 Search Results for Kemerovo - Encyclopædia Britannica
Kemerovo lies along the Tom River near the foothills of the Kuznetsk Alatau Mountains.
Incorporated in 1930, it is an important coal-mining city of the Kuznetsk Coal Basin.
city, Kemerovo oblast (province), Russia, on the Trans-Siberian Railroad at the northern limit of the Kuznetsk Coal Basin.
www.britannica.com /search?query=Kemerovo   (275 words)

  
 IRI : Around The Globe   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Aman Tuleev, communist Governor of Kemerovo oblast, got his start by running the railroads first in Novokuznetsk and finally for the entire oblast.
Beginning in 1990 he served as chairman of the Kemerovo oblast Council of People's Deputies and as Deputy of the Supreme Council of the Russian Federation.
He was appointed governor of Kemerovo oblast in July 1997 and won the seat outright in October 1997, receiving 94.5 percent of the vote.
www.iri.org /pub.asp?id=7676767687   (886 words)

  
 Institution building in Russia's regions: the challenge of transformation and the role of globalization forces   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Kemerovo Oblast (as well as other regions like Pskov and Novgorod) would probably fit best into the category of regions where the situation is characterized by a hegemony of one single actor.
While in some regions, such as the Novgorod, Nizhnii Novgorod, Samara or Leningrad oblasts, the situation is marked by a rather equal partnership between power and business structures, powerful economic actors seem to have a decisive influence on political life in the Tiumen Oblast or the Republic of Khakassia.
This is, for instance, the case of Orenburg Oblast (bordering with Kazakhstan) in which there were intense discussions on the role of this region as a juncture territory between Europe and Asia.
www.isanet.org /archive/perovic.html   (10622 words)

  
 Grant #000-3
The conclusions were presented to the oblast administration and to the Expert Examination Department of the Kemerovo Oblast SCEP.
A draft Regulation on public environmental examination in Kemerovo Oblast was prepared and its preliminary version was published in Eco-Bulletin # 1, 1999 and was placed on the Internet site http://www.nvkz.kuzbass.net/neca for a public discussion.
As a result, the draft Regulation was finalized and presented to Kemerovo Oblast SCEP for approval as a document of a legitimate status.
www.iscmoscow.ru /htdocs/english/main/grant_raunds/rnd3rslt/p1/gr-002-3.htm   (389 words)

  
 Kemerovo
Veronika Bizyukova was born in 1961 in Kemerovo, where she studies economics at Kemerovo State University, getting married and beginning to bring up two children at the same time.
In 1986 she graduated from the economics faculty of Kemerovo State University, after which she remained there to work in the department of the economics and sociology of labour, where she now teaches social problems of management and participates in various research projects.
Konstantin Burnyshev was born in 1964 in the miners' town of Osinniki, Kemerovo oblast, his father being a mining engineer, his mother working in the ventilation section of the local mine.
www.warwick.ac.uk /russia/kemerovo.htm   (585 words)

  
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The Russian partner is the Regional Government of Kemerovo Oblast.
Kemerovo Oblast is a region in which considerable social welfare reforms have taken place since 1991.
For this reason, RET was chosen by the funder to help the Regional Administrations and Cities of Berezovsky, Novokuznetsk and Kemerovo introduce reforms into the care of elderly people.
members.lycos.co.uk /ruseurotrust/page3.htm   (1184 words)

  
 NEWSBRIEFS (03/08/98)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
MOSCOW - President Leonid Kuchma flew from Moscow to Kemerovo Oblast in Siberia on February 27.
Kemerovo will ship coking coal, rail tracks, chemical and electrical engineering goods to Ukraine and will receive cars and buses, light industry goods and foodstuffs.
President Kuchma told business leaders in Kemerovo on March 1 that Ukraine lost $3 billion in trade with Russia in 1997 but said agreements signed with President Boris Yeltsin on February 27 in Moscow ended the "trade war" between the two countries.
www.ukrweekly.com /Archive/1998/109805.shtml   (452 words)

  
 MSN Encarta - Search Results - Kemerovo
Kemerovo, capital city of Kemerovo Oblast, southern Siberian Russia, on the River Tom’.
Served by a branch of the Trans-Siberian Railway, Kemerovo is...
Iron ore deposits near Magnitogorsk in the Ural Mountains have been largely depleted.
uk.encarta.msn.com /Kemerovo.html   (72 words)

  
 Kuznetsky AlatauZapovednik
Kuznetsky Alatau Zapovednik protects the highest peaks of this mountain range along the eastern border of the Kemerovo Oblast.
Five species of amphibians are found in Kemerovo Oblast, two of which reside in the nature reserve: common toad (Bufo bufo) and moor frog (Rana arvalis).
The Kuznetsky Alatau Zapovednik is located along the eastern border of the Kemerovo Oblast in Western Siberia.
www.wild-russia.org /bioregion9/9-kuznetsky.htm   (2177 words)

  
 Oblast   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
An oblast (Russian Ukrainian : о́бласть) is a name for the subnational entity in Bulgaria Russian Federation and Ukraine.
Oblasts are one step below the level and further subdivided into districts (Russian: районы; Ukrainian: райони; English transliteration: rayony).
Das nördliche Ostpreussen, Kaliningrader Gebiet =: Kaliningradskaja oblast
www.freeglossary.com /Oblast   (239 words)

  
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Aman Tuleyev won a second five-year term as governor of the Kemerovo region, some 1,200 miles east of Moscow, with 93 percent of the vote.
In Kemerovo oblast, Head of the Administration Aman Tuleyev wins a second term with 93% of the vote.
Yushchenko was born in the town of Khoruzhivka in Sumy Oblast, which borders Russia.
www.chez.com /vipsinfo/1n17e.htm   (1170 words)

  
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Administratively it is located in the city of Mezhdurechensk in Kemerovo oblast, which was built together with the mine.
Two mine directors, of Lenin in Mezhdurechensk and Seventh November were threatened with the sack by Malyshev because of the participation of their mines in the strike, provoking a strong response from NPG (Nasha gazeta, 6 March 1993).
For this questionaires were given out by section and subdidivision, which each person had to fill in by name, and the task of the members of the STK and profkom was to carry out the explanatory work and speed up the investigation.' The papers were sent to the Russian government before the 7th Congress.
www.warwick.ac.uk /fac/soc/complabstuds/russia/documents/cslenin.doc   (21657 words)

  
 Calendar of Elections to the Bodies of the State Power and Local Self-Government in the Subjects of Russian Federation ...
Vologda Oblast- Elections of deputies of the Legislative Assembly of Vologda Oblast (the rotation is 17 deputies)
Arkhangelsk Oblast - Elections of the deputy of Arkhangelsk Oblast Assembly, deputies in Election Constituency # 24 on the territory of Nenetsk Autonomous Okrug
Sverdlovsk Oblast - Elections of deputies of the House of Representatives of the Legislative Assembly of Sverdlovsk Oblast
democracy.ru /english/history/eng_1998-4.html   (1998 words)

  
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The Republic of Bashkortostan, Arkhangelsk, Kemerovo, Tyumen, and Yaroslavl oblasts are among the regions least affected by corruption.
In this case, the Moscow, Nizhni Novgorod, and Saratov oblasts, the City of Moscow, the Chelyabinsk oblast, and the City of St. Petersburg are the leaders in terms of corruption, while the regions least affected by corruption are the Republic of Karelia, the Yaroslavl, Tyumen, Arkhangelsk, and Omsk oblasts.
Similar specifics are registered in the Khabarovsk krai and the Tyumen oblast, where business capture overweighs administrative corruption and state capture, while the overall level of corruption in these regions is relatively low.
www.transparency.org.ru /DOC/Presentation_index-englFinal.doc   (2658 words)

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