Theological Nikolai Andreevich( geologist and soil scientist, professor of Kharkov University.)
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Biography Theological Nikolai Andreevich
Born in 1862. Educated at the Kazan University for Physics and Mathematics at (graduated from the course in 1887). In 1889 - 1894 years at the invitation of the Nizhny Novgorod Province Zemstvo granular soil-geological and part of an assessment and statistical studies, and was in charge of Nizhny Novgorod Zemsky Natural History, . being organized network of rainfall on the Nizhny Novgorod region,
. In 1895 - 1896 he worked as part of an expedition to study the headwaters of major rivers in European Russia. In 1896, Mr.. for the essay "Ryazan horizon" ( "Materials for the Geology of Russia, t. 18) received a Master of Mineralogy and geognosy. In 1897. elected to the post of Geologist Geological Committee. In 1901, Mr.. was sent to Western Europe for the comparative study of the Jurassic Cretaceous formations of Germany, Switzerland and France. In 1903, Mr.. for the work "Materials for the study of the Lower ammonitovoy fauna in the central and northern Russia" ( "Proceedings of the Geological Committee, the new series, No.. 2, 1902) received his doctorate in mineralogy and geognosy. In 1904. Board of Tartu University was elected to the post of private-docent named University. In 1906, Mr.. was elected full professor of Kharkov University. Major works: "Soil studies in the upper river. Oka "(Proceedings of the expedition to study the headwaters of rivers);" Ryazan horizon "(Materials for Geology of Russia, t. XVIII); "On some phenomena of weathering in the field of Russian Plain" (Proceedings of the Geological Committee, t. XVIII, N 5), "From observations of the soils in Western Europe" ( "Soil Science", 1902, N 4), "Materials for the study of the Lower Cretaceous fauna of central and northern Russia" (Proceedings of the Geological Committee, new. Ser., No.. 2); General geological map of Russia, leaf 73rd (ibid., No.. 16); "The recent past of the Russian plain" ( "Scientific Word", 1905), etc.