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Stan·o·voy Range or Stan·o·voi Range (st n -voi , st -n -voi ). A mountain range, about 724 km (450 mi) long, of southeast Russia north of the Amur River.

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Timing of Precambrian gabbro-anorthosites in the Stanovoy mobile
anorthosite associations of the Stanovoy mobile belt (SE. Siberian craton). The Khorogochi gabbro-anorthosite massif.
Age of the Stanovoy Complex of east Siberia: Evidence from
ite gneisses of the Stanovoy Complex compose much of late Stanovoy granites , are of Mesozoic age (138–142 Ma). [3, 4].
High Titanium Gabbroids of the Western Dzhugdzhur–Stanovoy
The Central Aldan Gold–Uranium Ore Magmatogenic System, Aldan
Cenozoic volcanism in Sikhote Alin, Khingan, and Stanovoy, Far
Cenozoic volcanism in Sikhote Alin, Khingan, and Stanovoy, Far East Russia. # Keiko Sato[1], Yoshiyuki Tatsumi[2], Vladimir Prikhodko[3], Yuri S.

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Low Level Snow Heralds Arrival Of Siberian Winter
Surrounding the northern edge of the lake, tall mountains of the Stanovoy Range are covered in bright white snow. Stretching from the southern end of Lake Baikal to the northwest are the Sayan Mountains, also covered with fresh snow.

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Stanovoy - Description: Stanovoy Range, or Outer Khingan Range is a mountain range located in southeastern parts of the Russian Far East.
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Stanovoy Range (stunuvoi') [key], mountain range, c.450 mi (720 km) long, Russian Zeya - Zeya Zeya , river, c.
Stanovoy Range (mountains, Russia) -- Britannica Online
Stanovoy Range (mountains, Russia), mountain range along the boundary between Amur oblast (province) and Sakha, Russia.

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