Stanislav KALESNIK, USSR Geographer and glaciologist. Doctor of Geography Science since 1937; corresponding member, USSR Academy of Science, since 1953; Professor, Leningrad University, since 1938 Honoured Worker of Science Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic since 1961.
KALESNIK, Stanislav was born in 1901.
1929 graduated Leningrad University.
Participated in science expeditions to Central Tien Shan and Dzungarian Alatau. 1940-1952 Learned Secretary, since 1952 V. President, All-Union Geography Society. Author of many works dealing with general glaciology, theory of physical geographical and general geographical.
Investigated characteristics of regressive phase and evolution of glaciers.
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