Alenitsyn Vladimir D.( zoologist)
Comments for Alenitsyn Vladimir D.
Biography Alenitsyn Vladimir D.
Born in 1846 in Kamyshlov, Perm province, in 1871, after graduating from the Natural Sciences at Kazan University, received a relatively conservative place, the anatomical museum at St. Petersburg. University. Founded in OY. Clare "Ural Society of Naturalists". In 1873 he was sent to St. Petersburg society of natural science for the study of Trinity-salt lakes in Chelyabinsk in the Urals, . In 1874 he took part in the expedition Aralokaspiyskoy ( "Bastards islands and shores of the Aral Sea", . Master's thesis, . 1876), . first of naturalists laid the solid foundation of scientific research of the Aral Sea,
. In 1877, read at St. Petersburg University course on the methods of study of aquatic fauna, in 1878 he joined the Central Statistical Board, in 1879 appointed him a cartographer, and in 1883 - the youngest editor. From 1872 to 1881, wrote articles on the zoogeography, and in 1884 and 1886 published two studies on the revision of existing laws in the empire of the Jews. He also composed the text and music "Hymn to the coronation of E. I. V. Emperor Alexander III ".