Труды академика Н. Я. Озерецковского как источник информации об историко-географической дифференциации прибрежной части Ладожского озера на рубеже XVIII – XIX вв.

Translated title of the contribution: Scientific works of the academician N. Ya. Ozeretskovsky as a source of information about the historic-geographical differentiation the coastal part of Ladoga lake at the turn of the 19th century

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Abstract

The article analyzes the scientific works of the academician N. Ozeretskovsky. The possibility and prospects of using his descriptions as scientific data for a multivalent assessment of the region and to study the historic-geographical differentiation of the space of European Russia in the late 18th century are demonstrated by example the description made in the course of his 1785 expedition. The Ladoga region as that most comprehensively described by N. Ozeretskovsky has been selected for a solution to this problem. The detailed analysis of the academician's descriptions and the maps which he had at his disposal allowed us to select eight historic-geographical districts in the Ladoga region. Refs 11. Figs 2.

Translated title of the contributionScientific works of the academician N. Ya. Ozeretskovsky as a source of information about the historic-geographical differentiation the coastal part of Ladoga lake at the turn of the 19th century
Original languageRussian
Pages (from-to)157-171
Number of pages15
JournalVestnik of Saint Petersburg University. Earth Sciences
Volume64
Issue number2
DOIs
StatePublished - 2017

Scopus subject areas

  • Geology
  • Earth and Planetary Sciences(all)

Keywords

  • Academic expeditions
  • Academician N. Ya. Ozeretskovsky
  • Complex assessment
  • Historic-geographical regionalization
  • The Ladoga region

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