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On Siberia's private sea – wilde, unermessliche Weite


Steimann, Bernd (2008). On Siberia's private sea – wilde, unermessliche Weite. SWISS Magazine, (3):54-59.

Abstract

Der Baikal ist der tiefste, älteste und wasserreichste See der Erde. Wer das «Meer Sibiriens» halbwegs erfassen will, braucht genügend Zeit – und eine Schiffsfahrkarte zum kaum bekannten Nordufer. Lake Baikal is a place of superlatives. It’s not just the world’s oldest and deepest lake; it’s the biggest, too, in water volume terms. So anyone wanting to explore it needs sufficient time – along with a boat ticket to its northern shore.

Abstract

Der Baikal ist der tiefste, älteste und wasserreichste See der Erde. Wer das «Meer Sibiriens» halbwegs erfassen will, braucht genügend Zeit – und eine Schiffsfahrkarte zum kaum bekannten Nordufer. Lake Baikal is a place of superlatives. It’s not just the world’s oldest and deepest lake; it’s the biggest, too, in water volume terms. So anyone wanting to explore it needs sufficient time – along with a boat ticket to its northern shore.

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Item Type:Journal Article, not refereed, original work
Communities & Collections:07 Faculty of Science > Institute of Geography
Dewey Decimal Classification:910 Geography & travel
Language:German
Date:2008
Deposited On:07 May 2013 11:22
Last Modified:05 Apr 2016 16:46
Publisher:Swiss International Airlines Ltd.
Related URLs:http://www.swiss.com/web/DE/fly_swiss/on_board/pages/swiss_magazine.aspx (Publisher)

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