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In the Far Eastern Federal District and Siberia, 700 gauging stations will be built

Under the relevant program, the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment of the Russian Federation plans to build more than 2016 hydrological posts in Siberia and the Far East before the end of 700, of which 220 is in the Amur basin.

So, the program will increase the accuracy of forecasts of the hydrological situation at large hydropower facilities. The project also involves the study of conditions for the formation of river runoff in the basins of large reservoirs in Siberia and the Far East. The data obtained will form the basis for long-term, medium-term and short-term forecasts of water inflow to HPP, other characteristics of the hydrological regime.

It is assumed that in 2014 on the Amur will be built 23 new autonomous hydrological complex with a total cost of 94 million rubles. In addition, it is planned to begin construction of a new hydrological station in Khabarovsk (the cost of construction is estimated at 58 million rubles), as well as to restore gauging stations that suffered from floods, which will be directed to 68 million rubles.

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