Saint Petersburg State University

Status State University

Abbreviation SPBU

Telephone 7 (812) 328-32-91

Email admission@spbu.ru

URL http://english.spbu.ru/

Address Birgevaya liniya, 6, 199034, St. Petersburg, , Russia

Contact person Nikolai Kropachev (Rector)

Contact person Ilya Dementryev (Senior Vice-Rector)

Personnel Elena G. CHERNOVA, Ekaterina G. BABELYUK, Viktor A. KOZYREV, Mikhail N. KUDILINSKIY,

People

Vladimir Minakov

Timur Karmov

Kirill Y. Kondratyev

Nikita Kluge

Alexander Naseka

Anna Zelkina

Maxim Vinarski


Bibliography

Minakov V., (2016) Innovative investment trends in the northern caucasus. Central Asia and the Caucasus, vol: 17, 61-70


Karmov T., (2015) The relationship of the Azerbaijan democratic Republic and the Terek-Dagestan region AFSR, 1919-1920: A modern view. Bylye Gody, vol: 37, 750-757


Kondratyev K., (1965) Atmospheric Optics Investigations on Mt. Elbrus. OSA Publishing, vol: 4, 1069-1076


Kluge N., (2013) Mayflies of the Caucasus Mountains. II. Description of the first representative of the subgenus Helvetoraeticus Bauernfeind & Soldán, 2012 (Heptageniidae: Ecdyonurus). Zootaxa, vol: 3608, 51-66


Naseka A., (2010) Zoogeographical Freshwater Divisions Of The Caucasus As a Part Of The West Asian Transitional Region. Proceedings of the Zoological Institute RAS, vol: 314, 469–492


Zelkina A., (1993) Islam and politics in the North Caucasus. Religion, State and Society , vol: 21, 115-124


Zelkina A., (2000) In Quest for God and Freedom: Sufi Responses to the Russian Advance in the North Caucasus. NYU Press; Edition Unstated edition,


Zelkina A., (2002) Jihad in the name of God: Shaykh Shamil as the religious leader of the Caucasus. Central Asian Survey , vol: 21, 249-264


Zelkina A., (2000) In Quest for God and Freedom. The Sufi Response to the Russian Advance in the North Caucasus.


Vinarski M., (2018) Ferrissia californica : the first record of a global invader in a cave habitat. Journal of Natural History , vol: 52, 17-18


Vinarski M., (2014) Revision of ‘Horatia’ snails (Mollusca: Gastropoda: Hydrobiidae sensu lato) from South Caucasus with description of two new genera. Journal of Natural History, vol: 48, 37-38