Yeniseysk

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natural history

on November 8, destroying all his natural history collections and notes plus part of his library. The subsequent summer, he made as many re-collections of specimens as possible to replace the loss. His ''Flora Sibirica'' (1747–1769) wikipedia:Yeniseysk


growing power

. The complex became an early prototype of the Soviet Mission Control Center Mission Control Center: Labour, Joys and Ordeals The growing power of Russia to the west began to undermine the Siberian Khanate in the 16th century. First, groups of traders and Cossacks began to enter the area, and then the Russian army began to set up forts further and further east. Towns like Mangazeya, Tara, Russia Tara


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: gdz.sub.uni-goettingen.de no_cache dms load toc ?IDDOC 87829 accessdate was based on his observations and collections. It contains descriptions of 1178 species, 294 of which ae illustrated. His nephew Samuel Gottlieb Gmelin assisted his in editing the final two volumes. A fifth volume of ''Flora Sibirica'', mainly on cryptogams was written by Stepan Krasheninnikov, but was never printed. Gmelin also described the journey in his ''Reise durch Sibirien von dem Jahr 1733

. It contains descriptions of 1178 species, 294 of which ae illustrated. His nephew Samuel Gottlieb Gmelin assisted his in editing the final two volumes. A fifth volume of ''Flora Sibirica'', mainly on cryptogams was written by Stepan Krasheninnikov, but was never printed. Gmelin also described the journey in his ''Reise durch Sibirien von dem Jahr 1733 bis 1743'' (1751–1752).


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early part

) and Yenisei (Yeniseysk, later Krasnoyarsk). - EIE UNII Yeniseysk Airport Yeniseysk, Russia - The Second Kamchatka Expedition Gmelin was elected one out of three professors to join Vitus Bering’s Second Kamchatka Expedition (1733–43). During the early part of the expedition - leaving St Petersburg in August 1733 - he was accompanied by the young student Stepan Krasheninnikov. They travelled together through the Urals (Ural mountains) and western Siberia to Yeniseysk. He described the position of the Yenisey river as a boundary between Europe and Asia and participated in measuring the lowest temperature ever recorded at Yeniseysk. He was also the first person to measure the fact that the level of the Caspian Sea was below that of the Mediterranean Sea. He eventually reached Bering (Vitus Bering)’s headquarters at Yakutsk in September 1736. Unfortunately, Gmelin's residence burned on November 8, destroying all his natural history collections and notes plus part of his library. The subsequent summer, he made as many re-collections of specimens as possible to replace the loss. His ''Flora Sibirica'' (1747–1769) wikipedia:Yeniseysk


legendary

Lantzeff of the Lower Tunguska ( Nizhnyaya Tunguska

was founded on the northern Yenisey River, near the mouth of Lower Tunguska, and in 1619 Yeniseysky ostrog (ostrog (fortress)) was founded on the mid-Yenisey at the mouth of the Upper Tunguska. Between 1620-1624 a group of fur hunters led by Demid Pyanda left Turukhansk and explored some 1,430 miles (2,300 km) of the Lower Tunguska, wintering in the proximity of the Vilyuy and Lena (Lena River) rivers. According to later legendary accounts


portrait

. ) In 1635 Bratsk was restored by a punitive expedition under Radukovskii. In 1638 it was besieged unsuccessfully. * Southern route: via Kazakhstan, Barnaul, Abakan and Mongolia. * Northern route: via Tyumen, Tobolsk, Tomsk, Yeniseysk and the modern Baikal Amur Mainline or even through Yakutsk. Image:Vitus Bering.jpg left 180px thumb A portrait once believed to be of Vitus Bering (according to more recent data, it is likely his

uncle's portrait) In 1991 a Russian-Danish expedition found Bering's burial site. Analysis of Bering's skull also showed that Bering could not have had such a round face, as is depicted in most pictures. The analysis showed a man of strong stature and a more angular face. The portrait most frequently attributed to Bering may possibly be the writer '''Vitus Pedersen Bering''', who was Bering's uncle. Both parties used horse


large international

*26 airports, including large international one (Yemelyanovo (Krasnoyarsk Airport) near Krasnoyarsk). *'''Vladimir Obruchev''', geologist, explorer of Siberia and Central Asia, wrote the comprehensive ''Geology of Siberia'' and two popular science fiction and travel novels, ''Plutonia (Hollow Earth)'' and ''Sannikov Land'' *'''Maksim Perfilyev''', discoverer of Transbaikalia, founder of Yeniseysk and Bratsk *'''Fedot Popov''', discoverer of Chukotka


long time

was based on his observations and collections. It contains descriptions of 1178 species, 294 of which ae illustrated. His nephew Samuel Gottlieb Gmelin assisted his in editing the final two volumes. A fifth volume of ''Flora Sibirica'', mainly on cryptogams was written by Stepan Krasheninnikov, but was never printed. Gmelin also described the journey in his ''Reise durch Sibirien von dem Jahr 1733 bis 1743'' (1751–1752). ref name

of Troubles . However, very soon the exploration and colonization of the huge territories of Siberia was resumed, led mostly by Cossacks hunting for valuable furs and ivory. While Cossacks came from the Southern Urals, another wave of Russians came by the Arctic Ocean. These were Pomors from the Russian North, who already had been making fur trade with Mangazeya in the north of the Western Siberia for quite a long time. In 1607 the settlement of Turukhansk


made numerous

religious beliefs such as shamanism and Buddhism. The Second Kamchatka Expedition Krasheninnikov was to study plants, animals and minerals, but in addition he developed a strong interest in Siberian history and geography . During the early part of the expedition, he accompanied professor Gmelin (Johann Georg Gmelin) on the travel through the Urals (Ural mountains) and western Siberia to Yeniseysk. He made numerous observations of natural history, ethnology and linguistics, e.g. records of Evenki (Evenki language) (tungus) and Buryat (Buryat language) vocabulary. From Bering (Vitus Bering)’s headquarters at Yakutsk, the expedition professors Gmelin (Johann Georg Gmelin) and Gerhard Friedrich Müller sent Krasheninnikov ahead to Okhotsk and Kamchatka (Kamchatka Peninsula) to build house and make preliminary observations. Thus, he became the member of the expedition with the most extensive knowledge of the peninsula. He published his observations in 1755 ("Описание земли Камчатки" wikipedia:Yeniseysk

Yeniseysk

thumb Yeniseysk was an important junction on the Siberian River Routes (File:Siberiariverroutemap.png)

'''Yeniseysk''' ( 20,000 (1970).

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