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What does VKT stand for?

VKT stands for Vorkuta (Russia)

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Moreover, although sporadic, partisan resistance continued in the Carpathian mountains of Romania until the early 1960s, no major unrest had erupted earlier in Romania after World War II, particularly one forcing the communist leadership to implement reforms, unlike in East Germany and Czechoslovakia in 1953, in Poland in 1956, in the Russian Soviet Republic (Noril'sk and Vorkuta in 1953, Novoshakhtinsk and Kimovsk in 1955), in the Soviet Republic of Kazakhstan (Kengir in 1954, Ekibastuz in 1955), and Tbilisi, Georgia in March 1956.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Sergey Gagauzov from Children's Art School in Vorkuta, Russia, conducting a workshop on painting on silk and cotton.
In experiments near the Russian city of Vorkuta, Pertti Martikainen of the University of Kuopio in Finland and colleagues found that N2O leaked as a result of cryoturbation, a process that occurs when frozen soil is thawed and then refreezes.