Peter Simon Pallas (1741–1811)

Peter Simon Pallas (1741–1811)

The collection is dedicated to the 275th anniversary of the birth of Peter Simon Pallas  the German and Russian scientist, a founder of zoology in Russia, a naturalist and a geographer, one of the leaders of the expedition activities of the St. Petersburg Academy of Sciences, who made a special contribution into a study of Siberia and the Ural, the Volga region and the Crimea, had a significant impact on the development of Russian and the world science.

The collection includes digital copies of researches (research papers and monographs). The texts of the historian’s works in Russian, German, Latin and French, as well as biographical information about him in the Russian and Bashkir languages are presented. At present, the collection consists of 60 units. The materials from the funds of the Astrakhan Regional Scientific Library named after N. K. Krupskaya, the National Library of Bashkortostan Republic named after Ahmed-Zaki Validi, the National Library of the Republic of Buryatia, the Novosibirsk State Regional Scientific Library and the Tver Regional Universal Scientific Library named after A. M. Gorky were used for preparing this collection.

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