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Biography Ozeretskovsky Nikolai Yakovlevich
(1750 - 1827), son of a priest. He studied at the seminary, Trinity-Sergius Lavra, in 1768, . among the best seminaries, . sent to an academic high school, . and in the same year was appointed to the expedition of Academician Lepekhina, . which is often entrusted Ozeretskovskaya independent surveys (they studied the Kola district of the Arkhangelsk province),
. Academy of Sciences sent Ozeretskovskaya to complete the education in the University of Leiden. In Strasbourg, received his medical degree. Even earlier, in 1776, he sent to the Academy his work "De muscis". Returning to St. Petersburg, Ozeretskovsky was appointed assistant professor of natural history and assistant academic Gildenshtedta, in 1782, Mr.. - Academician. Great importance to science were traveling Ozeretskovskaya (1782 g. - Russia, 1785. - The Ladoga and Lake Onega, 1805. - On the upper Volga and others). Largest of his works: "Description of the ruins Bolgarov, . ancient Tatar city "(in" Notes "Lepekhina, . Part I, . 1768), "Information on the Kola district" (ib., . 1771), "Description of the White Sea" (ib., . 1772), "The news of memorable Peoples, . in earlier times lived on the north side of the Danube and the Sea of Azov, . Black and Caspian "(" Collected Works, . selected from mesyatseslovov at different times ", . 1776 - 1780), "Review of Lake Onega (" ц?ц?ц?ц©цІц?ц?ц?цўц? History and Geography to 1791 ")," Description of the city Cola "(ib., . 1796), "The initial foundation of natural history" (St. Petersburg, . 1792), "Travels on the lakes Ladoga and Onega (St. Petersburg, . 1792 and 1812), "Journey to Lake Seliger (St. Petersburg, . 1817),
. Translated Buffon, Sallust, and many other works. - Wed. Sukhomlinov "History of Russia Academy of Sciences" (Volume II).