The Eastern Arctic Seas Encyclopedia

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

East Siberian Sea Encyclopedia

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-24237-8_594
“East Siberian Sea Encyclopedia” – one of the books in the series “Encyclopedia of Russian Seas”, published by “International Relations” publishing house in Moscow in 2014. Its authors are Prof. I.S. Zonn, Prof. A.G. Kostianoy, and Prof. A.V. Semenov. The publication is dedicated to one of Russia’s northern seas – the East Siberian Sea, a part of the Arctic Ocean. The Encyclopedia contains about 250 articles on the hydrographic, geographic and hydrological characteristics of the sea. The most significant natural features are presented: the islands, peninsulas, bays, rivers, their geographical features, economy, culture and history, as well as cities, ports; water and biological resources, international agreements, research institutions, the activities of prominent scientists, researchers, and travelers. The Encyclopedia provides a chronology of major events that have become momentous milestones in the history of the discovery and development of the East Siberian Sea from the seventeenth century to the present day. Second edition of this book was published in 2015.

The East Siberian Sea Encyclopedia (2014) (Source: Image courtesy by Andrey Kostianoy)

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