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Priroda

 

(Nature), a monthly illustrated natural-science journal published for the general public. Priroda prints material on achievements in the natural sciences, on the philosophy and history of natural science, and on the organization of science. It also publishes original articles by researchers and prominent Soviet and foreign scientists, survey articles, hypotheses, discussions, profiles of scientists, reminiscences, and information about current scientific events.

Priroda was founded in Moscow in 1912 by the Man and the Universe society. In the 1920’s it was the publication of the Commission for the Study of the Natural Productivity of Forces of the Academy of Sciences, and in 1930 it became a journal of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR. The place of publication has changed, but since 1952 the journal has been published in Moscow. Since its inception, Priroda has propagated progressive views and the struggle for scientific progress.

Priroda has been edited by the outstanding scientists V. A. Vagner (1912), L. V. Pizarzhevskii (1912–13), L. A. Tarasevich (1913–27), N. K. Kol’tsov (1914–27), A. E. Fersman (1917–30), A. A. Borisiak (1931–35), S. I. Vavilov (1936–51), O. Iu. Shmidt (1952–56), and D. I. Shcherbakov (1957–66). Since 1967, the editor in chief has been N. G. Basov. Circulation, 60,000 (1974).

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In Priroda i ekonomika Kuzbassa i sopredel'nykh territorij [Nature and Economy of the Kuznetsk Basin and Adjacent Territories] (Udodov, V.
Buldakov, Krasnaia smuta: Priroda i posledstviia revoliutsionnogo nasiliia (Moscow: ROSSPEN, 1997); "Political Violence in Russia and the Soviet Union," special issue of Kritika 4, 3 (2003); James Ryan, Lenin's Terror: The Ideological Origins of Early Soviet State Violence (London: Roudedge, 2012).
Rezoliutsiia Vos 'mogo Mezhdunarodnogo ekologicheskogo foruma Priroda bez granits [Resolution of the eighth nature without borders international ecological forum].
Je tvoreno pnrodnimi a fyzickymi vlastnostmi uzemi, jako jsou suroviny, priroda a jeji hodnoty pro rekreaci a cestovni ruch, a take infrastruktura a dalsi hodnoty fyzickeho prostredi, jez jsou dulezite pro lidi i pro jejich podnikani.
8) To jsou vsak jen stripky udalosti, ktere maji poukazat pouze na fakt, ze s kulturnim a ekonomickym rozvojem byla priroda stale vice vnimana jako dulezita soucast lidske spolecnosti a ze hospodareni s jejim bohatstvim postupne zacinalo dostavat rad, a to i s ohledem na pouceni se z neuspechu kultur predchozich.
Priroda je razvila prekrasne mehanizme koji signale prenose toliko brzo, toliko daleko i toliko ekstenzivno da mogu poduprijeti sve sto jesmo i sve sto cinimo (Feldman 2006: 50).
Petina, "Khudozhestvennaia priroda literaturnogo al'boma pervoi poloviny XIX veka" (Ph.
Cosmic collisions were the furthest thing from my mind back in 1999 when I was perusing a copy of The Nature of the Planets by Russian astronomer Vselvolod Sharonov, originally published as Priroda Planet in 1958.
Fizicheskaja priroda nelinejnoj uprugosti geologichskikh sred s fazovymi mikroneodnorodnostjami i osobennosti raspostranenija v nikh uprugikh voln (Physical Nature of Non-Liniar Elasticity of Geological Media with Phase Microinhomogeneities and Peculiarities of Elastic Waves Propagated in Them), Geophys.
Another important work in this phase was the opera, The Jacobin where the story set in a small Czech town lends itself to a Smetana-style Czech folk treatment, and in V Prirode [Amid Nature], from the free cycle of symphonic overtures Priroda, zivot a laska [Nature, Life and Love].
Absoliutnyi muzykal'nyi slukh: sushchnost, priroda, genezis, sposob formirovaniia i razvitiia.