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Российская гляциология: "не процветает, но и не теряет значения". Интервью с В.М.Котляковым

Title: Российская гляциология: "не процветает, но и не теряет значения". Интервью с В.М.Котляковым
Title, transliterated: Rossiĭskai︠a︡ gli︠a︡t︠s︡iologii︠a︡: "ne prot︠s︡vetaet, no i ne teri︠a︡et znachenii︠a︡". Intervʹi︠u︡ s V.M.Kotli︠a︡kovym / M.I︠U︡. Zubreva.
Translated title: Russian Glaciology: "it is not flourishing but is not losing its importance". Interview with A.M.Kotlyakov.
Author(s): Zubreva, M. I︠U︡.
Date: 1994.
Language: Russian.
In: Priroda. (1994.), Vol. 10 (1994)
Abstract: Interview with Vladimir Mikhaylovich Kotlyakov, in his role as president of Russian Glaciological Association. He reportsthat all major glaciers of former USSR happen to be outside Russia, therefore glaciological research has been reduced since demise of Soviet Union. However, scientists still have number of objects to be studied: mountain ice cover, snow cover and avalanches, sea and underground ice. mentions collaboration between Institute of Geography and Scott Polar Research Institute.
Notes:

Priroda. Vol. 10 :44-51 (1994).

Keywords: 551.32 -- Glaciology.
001.89 -- Research programmes.
061.1 -- Organizations, government: Russia. Glaciological Association.
378.4 -- Universities: Great Britain. Cambridge University. Scott Polar Research Institute.
E2 -- Glaciology: general.
(*501) -- Russia (Federation).
SPRI record no.: 133356

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