NAYDIN Dmitri Pavlovich( Candidate of Geological and Mineralogical Sciences (1950), Doctor of Geological and Mineralogical Sciences (1965). Professor of Historical and Regional Geology, Geological Faculty (1967).)
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Biography NAYDIN Dmitri Pavlovich
Born January 28, 1919, Mr.. G. Kremenchug. Member of the Great Patriotic War. Graduated from the Moscow Geological Prospecting Institute (1941).
Candidate of Geological and Mineralogical Sciences (1950), Doctor of Geological and Mineralogical Sciences (1965). Professor of Historical and Regional Geology, Geological Faculty (1967).
Member of the Presidium of Moscow Society of Naturalists, a member of the Interdepartmental Stratigraphic Committee and its Cretaceous Commission. Chief editor of the Bulletin MOIP. Department of Geology.
Awarded the Order of the Patriotic War II degrees, medals for the victory over Germany in the Great Patriotic War of 1941-1945., For the victory over Japan, etc.. Winner of prizes MOIP (1973, 1985). Was awarded the title of Honored Scientist of Russia.
Research interests: biostratigraphy and paleogeography of the Cretaceous system of the European Paleobiogeographical area and development of methods biostratigraphy. Based on the study of cephalopods, comparing stratotypes and reference section created a scheme of stratigraphic dissection of the Upper Cretaceous. Particular attention was paid to the boundary of Maastrichtian-Danian and identification of geological and biostratigraphic events at the turn of the Mesozoic-Cenozoic. Determined that paleogeographic reconstructions when necessary to distinguish epeirogenic and eustatic transgression and regression, which allows for global stratigraphic correlation. Devotes much attention to the application of physicochemical methods in stratigraphy and paleogeography. Together with RV Theis has developed a framework of the method of isotope paleothermometry. Showed the importance of data to determine the isotopic composition of oxygen and carbon in carbonates from organic to estimate the parameters of water masses (temperature, . salinity, etc.) to characterize the geological and biological events, . occurred in the geological past,
. Draw conclusions about developments in okeanosfere on the boundary of the Cenomanian-Turonian anoxic several phases, and at the turn of the Mesozoic-Cenozoic unstable physical and geographical conditions that led to environmental disaster. Attaches great importance to the study of interruptions of various types, evaluation of their duration and in this connection - the problem of time in geology. Recognizes the need to distinguish between independent scale - chronostratigraphic, geochronological, geohronometricheskuyu. The results of his research are used in industrial organizations engaged in drilling and geological survey in the areas of Upper Cretaceous sediments. In conducting paleogeographic synthesis uses aktualisticheskuyu information and data on the Mesozoic and Cenozoic history of the oceans. Materials on the sedimentary strata of the ocean (age, capacity, interruptions, etc.), as a basis for historical and geological generalizations. Develops the idea of the considerable increase in the volume of water okeanosfery at the end of the Mesozoic, which resulted in the Late thalassocracy. Topic of Ph.D. thesis: Upper Cretaceous belemnites of the Russian Platform and adjacent areas.
. Lectured Historical Geology, Historical Geology with the basics of paleontology, marine geology, geological history of the seas and oceans, Methods stratigraphy.
. Published about 220 scientific papers.
. Major works:
. - Upper Cretaceous belemnites of the Russian Platform and adjacent areas (1964),
. - The morphology and paleobiology of Upper Cretaceous belemnites (1969),
. - Paleothermometry and isotopic composition of oxygen from organic carbonates (al
. RV Theis, 1973),
- Upper Cretaceous intraformational breaks Mangyshlak (al. LF Kopaevich, 1988),
- Cretaceous Period: Paleogeography and paleookeanologiya (co-author, 1986),
- Tutorial Historical Geology. Methodological guidelines (1986).