«Dnipro River from Liubech to Mouth» No. 3325
The overview river chart of the «Dnipro River from Liubech to Mouth» No. 3325 at a scale of 1:450 000 (2 sheets) shows the Dnipro River within the limits of Ukraine, in particular its upper part to the Kyivske Reservoir, the Pripyat River which is the largest Dnieper River's tributary, the Dnipro River Reservoirs cascade (Kakhovske, Dniprovske, Kamianske, Kremenchutske, Kanivske, Kyivske) and the Nyzhnii Dnipro River up to the flow into the Dniprovskyi Firth. Each section of the Dnipro River is presented in river charts albums (No. 3528, 3529, 3530, 3531, 3532, 3533, and 3534) at large scale and indicated by frames on this chart. A navigable pass is shown on the chart along the river with kilometrage marks indicating every 50 km as well as piers, quays and stopping points. The distance table provides distances between settlements which are situated on the river bank, and river mouths flowing into the Dnipro River. The longitudinal profile of the Dnipro River cascade reservoirs is presented. The Dnipro River is shown in classification of European inner waterways, along navigable zones and permitted vessels draught. Chart is designated for wide range of customers and may be used for office decoration. Its size is 157×101 cm. This chart is published in Ukrainian and English.
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|3325||Dnipro River from Liubech to Mouth||450 000||2011|
«Danube River from Reni Port to Mouth» No. 3445
The overview river chart «Danube River from Reni Port to Mouth» No. 3445 at a scale of 1:60 000 (2 sheets) presents the Ukrainian part of the Danube River beginning from the Prut River Mouth to the flowing into the Black Sea. This chart is based on materials of recent years. Along the river navigable pass, floating and fixed aids to navigation are presented. The navigational situation 2010 is given in the chart. Within the kilometre section of the Dabube River from Mouth to the Izmailskyi Chatal Cape the distances are marked at 5 km intervals. Within the mile section from the Izmailskyi Chatal Cape to the Prut River Mouth – at 5 miles distances. Backwaters and boot basins are shown as schemes at scales of 1:5 000, 1:7 500, 1:10 000. The chart includes information on stage gauges, current speed on fairway of the Danube River, calm levels dependence of water flow rate in the Danube River Estuary based on the results of observations provided by the Danube Hydrometeological Observatory. The Ukrainian part of the Dnipro River is shown in classification of European inner waterways, along navigable zones and permitted vessels draught. Chart is designated for wide range of customers and may be used for office decoration. Its size is 225х77 cm. This chart is published in Ukrainian and English.
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Danube River from Reni Port to Mouth
No. 91001 World Ocean
Overview chart «World Ocean» is a graphical reproduction of the Earth surface in Mercator’s projection. It traces settlements, routes of communication, fairways, scientific stations, natural features in the scope which corresponds to the chart scale. The combination of the contents elements doesn’t impair its readability. Land relief is reflected traditionally with bench marks and land lines with layer-by-layer hypsometric colour combination. Sea and ocean bottom is reflected in detail: ocean deeps, ridges and hollows are shown. Dimension of the bottom relief is reflected by isobaths and layer-by-layer colouring of depths gradation supplemented by «isobaths brightening». Bottom relief reflection is accompanied by typical depth marks of bottom relief forms with their proper names given in their current spelling according to the Dictionary of Geographic Names of Underwater Relief Forms. About 2000 legends of land features and more than 4000 hydrographic legends are represented in the chart. Graphically rendered ocean flows indicate direction of surface waters.
The chart is intended for a wide circle of users.
The chart is composed of eight sheets of general dimension 3,10 x 2,15 m.
The chart is issued in Ukrainian and English.