The Omoloy River (Russian: Омолой) is a stream in Siberia east of the Lena River. It flows northwards across the tundra into the Laptev Sea. Its mouth is located in the eastern coast of the Buor-Khaya Gulf. The Omoloy River freezes up in October and stays under ice until late May or early June.
Latitude: 71.2269 N, Longitude: 131.9619 E
- Laptev Sea Basin
- Biostratigraphy of the Late Cenozoic East Siberia (Yakutia)
- Ecological problems
- 1995 Expedition
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