Gablits Karl-Ludwig I. (Hablitz)( naturalist)
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Biography Gablits Karl-Ludwig I. (Hablitz)
(1752 - 1821) in 1758, Mr.. moved with his father from Prussia to Russia, where from 1769 to 1773, Mr.. participated in a scientific expedition Gmelin in southern Russia and Persia, then was the caretaker of the treasury of the garden in Astrakhan and in 1781, Mr.. participated in the Caspian expedition of Count Voinovich, in 1783. appointed vice-governor of the Crimea, and then, in the establishment of ministries (1802), the principal director of public forests in the Forest Department of the Ministry of Finance. Being here at the head of forest management, . He took an active part in implementing the requirements of the new statute on the establishment of forest in the appropriate field schools for education of people, . knowledgeable in forestry, when it opened the first forest school in Tsarskoe Selo (1803) and in the city Kozelsk, . Kaluga province (1805),
. From scientific works should be mentioned: "Bemerkungen auf einer Reise durch die persische Landschaft Ghilan" (placed in the 4 th volume traveling Gmelin), "The physical description of Tauride" (1785), . translated into French (1788) and German (1789) Languages, "Geographic news of Tauris" and other,
. Bieberstein in his honor named one of the genera of plants of the family Aizoideae (Abripliceae Rchb., Chenopodeae Spr., Pentendria Digynia L.) - Hablitzia: the only species of this genus - H. tamnoides Bieberst. occurs in the Caucasus. V. S.