The Eastern Arctic Seas Encyclopedia

2016 Edition
| Editors: Igor S. Zonn, Andrey G. Kostianoy, Aleksandr V. Semenov

Onatsevich, Mikhail Lyutsianovich (1847–1879)

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-24237-8_383

Onatsevich, Mikhail Lyutsianovich (1847–1879) – Russian researcher of the Far Eastern seas and a naval lieutenant. In 1868, he graduated from the Naval Academy, was promoted to midshipmen, and was assigned to the circumnavigation on the clipper “Vsadnik.” Within 3 years, O. actively participated in the hydrographic survey in the Sea of Japan (recordings and measurements of the Hakodate Harbor and Aniwa Bay, chronometric connection of the South Sakhalin and the Japanese islands). From 1872 to 1874, he was a trainee of the hydrographic department of the academic course of Marine Sciences. He was appointed the head of OSVO. In 1875, he conducted a winter survey in the Gulf of Peter the Great and then on the schooner “Vostok” explored the northwest coast of the Sea of Okhotsk from Ayan to Gizhiginskaya Bay and drew up a map of Tauyskaya Bay. After wintering in Hakodate, Japan, he went into the Bering and Chukchi Seas, where he conducted extensive hydrographic surveys: measurements and...

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