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Baydaratskaya Bay or Baydarata Bay (Russian: Байдарацкая губа, Baydaratskaya guba) is a gulf in Russia, located in the southern part of the Kara Sea between the coastline of the Northern termination of the Ural Mountains (Polar Ural) and Yamal Peninsula. The length of the gulf is approx. 180 km, mouth width - 78 km, depth - up to 20 m. Surface water temperature is 5-6C during summertime. The gulf freezes up during winter. The rivers Baydarata, Yuribey, Kara, and some others flow into the Baydarata Bay.
- Breeding conditions for waders in Russian tundras in 1993 P.S. Tomkovich
- A description of the Baydaraka Gulf in the context of the construction of a gas pipeline—(in Russian)
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