However, in recent years the White Sea region's population has had diculties related to ®shing (the main local occupation). A tendency of declining industrial and agricultural production has also been observed over the entire White Sea ...
Author: Nikolai Filatov
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
This unique collaboration of Russian and Norwegian scientists examines the most recent data on the White Sea bathymetry, examines the ecosystem profile, and provides extensive historical marine and riverine data records. The book presents extensive data and numerical modelling simulations of the White Sea to provide a quantitative assessment of vulnerability of the Sea’s marine ecosystems, of future anthropogenic and climate change forcing.
The White Sea Environment Part II Alexander P. Lisitsyn, Liudmila L. Demina. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 48. 49. ... Oceanology 43(Suppl):1–14 Pantyulin AN (2012) Ice cover and ice of the White Sea after the observation data.
Author: Alexander P. Lisitsyn
This book presents a new perspective on the sedimentation processes in the White Sea, based on a multidisciplinary research study conducted between 2001 and 2016. It provides a comprehensive review and discusses the latest research findings on the ecosystem of this sub-arctic zone. The topics addressed include suspended particulate matter as a main source and proxy of the sedimentation processes in the White Sea; vertical fluxes of dispersed sedimentary matter and absolute masses in the White Sea; and the development history and quaternary deposits of the modern White Sea basin. The authors closely examine the abundance and species composition of microalgae associations and the environmental conditions in the bottom sediments of the White Sea, namely, heavy metal accumulation and aliphatic and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons. The book ends contain a summary of the key conclusions and recommendations. Together with the companion volume Biogeochemistry of the Atmosphere, Ice and Water of the White Sea: The White Sea Environment Part I, it offers an essential source of information for postgraduate students, researchers, and stakeholders alike.
The White Sea Environment Part I Alexander P. Lisitsyn, Viacheslav V. Gordeev. Trace Elements in Total Plankton of the White Sea Liudmila L. Demina, Galina A. Leonova, and Vladislav A. Bobrov Contents 1 Introduction.
Author: Alexander P. Lisitsyn
This book is devoted to the biogeochemical environment of the White Sea, an inland sea in the Northwestern region of Russia. It provides a comprehensive review and discusses the latest research findings on the oceanology, sedimentology and biogeochemistry of the White Sea water column. The topics discussed include the regulation of the physico-geographical conditions in the White Sea basin; dispersed sedimentary substance of the atmosphere and the cryosphere; the geochemical peculiarities of the river discharge into the White Sea; and the phyto- and zooplankton activities in the White Sea. Taking the biggest river in the White Sea basin as an example, the authors closely examine the deposition of suspended particulate matter, the biogeochemical behaviour of dissolved and suspended forms of organic material and the significant group of chemical elements in the river-sea mixing zone of the Severnaya Dvina River. The book ends with a summary of the key conclusions and recommendations. Together with the companion volume Sedimentation Processes in the White Sea: The White Sea Environment Part II, it offers an essential source of information for postgraduate students, researchers and stakeholders alike.
Up until the time when the monks came to the Islands, and the monastic chroniclers with them, the shores of the White Sea, from the Suma to the Vazhuga, were inhabited by Finnish tribes, called Karelskie ludy [Karelian People], ...
Author: Mariusz Wilk
Publisher: Random House
In 1991 Mariusz Wilk, a Polish journalist long fascinated by the mysteries of the Russian soul, decided to take up residence in the Solovki islands, a lonely archipelago lost amid the far northern reaches of Russia's White Sea. For Wilk these islands represented the quintessence of Russia: a place of exile and a microcosm of the crumbling Soviet empire. On the one hand, they were a cradle of the Orthodox faith and home to an important monastery; on the other, it was here that the first experimental gulag was built after the 1917 revolution. Over the course of years Wilk came to know every single one of the islands' 1000 or so residents. From his remote home, from which he sent regular despatches to the Paris-based Polish newspaper Kultura, he attempted to observe and come to terms with the complexities and contradictions of Russian history, its glorious past and the cruelty of Soviet Communism. In the process, he has written a most unusual travel book, a beautifully descriptive work that belongs in the best tradition of writers such as Norman Lewis, Patrick Leigh Fermor and Claudio Magris.
... #52]; and (with Brooke) in 'Those who die young will look forever young' [CP #305]. Grieg's De unge døde [#XVIII.46] ignored Chatterton. IV.49 Keats: John Keats (1795–1821), a Romantic poet who died 288 In Ballast to the White Sea.
Author: Malcolm Lowry
Publisher: University of Ottawa Press
This is the first edition of In Ballast to the White Sea, the autobiographical novel by Malcolm Lowry, known to most only through the highly romanticized story of its loss in a fire. In fact, the typescript itself has probably been read by at most a dozen people since Lowry scholars learned that it was deposited at the New York Public Library.
Most used the name to describe both the small island and the keep housing the Rhiagain family interchangeably, but the formal name for the keep, which had been abandoned until the interlopers washed up upon its shore, was Whitesea.
Author: Sarah M. Cradit
Publisher: Storyville Press
A crown woven together by lies. A kingdom with the power to unravel them. The bestselling epic fantasy trilogy, Kingdom of the White Sea, in a single collection. When the cruel usurper king demands the firstborn daughters from every lordship in the realm, the lords and ladies have no choice but to obey, or invite war. The four young women, though, have their own plan. One that will send the realm into a chaos that will change the lives and futures of everyone in it. This collection includes all three books in the trilogy—and over half a million words of treachery, bravery, and redemption: The Kingless Crown- 610 pages The Broken Realm- 690 pages The Hidden Kingdom- 736 pages "This is the new series Game of Thrones fans have been waiting for!"- Melanie, Melanie's Muses "A riveting tale of suspense, secrets, and magic you won't want to put down."- International Bestselling Author Rebecca L. Garcia "One word. PHENOMENAL. A must read! Completely sucked me in from page one. 10/10!"- Aubrie Nixon, Fantasy Author of Secret of Souls "The first of an epic series that will no doubt have a cult following. Simply superb."- Award Winning Author Julieanne Lynch "Cradit has no doubt established herself in the epic fantasy genre with this novel. I cannot wait to return to the Kingdom of the White Sea. I'm hooked!" —Greg Wilkey, Bestselling Author of YA and NA Fiction "Captivating like gold. Mesmerizing like diamonds. A new fantasy to trail blazes like Sarah J Maas and Leigh Bardugo!"- Laura, The Literary Vixen and #NerdGirlVixen