Arctic and North

To the question about the Northern Sea Route in the history of the Polar expedi-tion of V. Rusanov

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Zobnin A. N.

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The article describes the stages of formation and development of the ideas of the famous polar explorer, geologist V. A. Rusanov, which formed the basis of the plans of his last expedition in 1912. Based on Russian Arctic expeditions in 1909−1915 period (including the 1st and 2nd New Zemlians), and modern data on the Arctic navigation and weather conditions of the Kara Sea, the author puts forward and often justified the route cutter version ‛Hercules’ to the shores of the Taimyr autumn of 1912, winter 1912−1913 and the return trip to navigation in 1913.

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Zobnin Andrei Nikolaevich, Major stock, lifeguard of the 1 class , the officer-diver, historian, ethnographer, a member of the Russian Geographical Society. Author and Project Manager of the Marine Arctic Expedition of the Russian Geographical Society ‛1912−2012’, dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the release of the three Russian polar expeditions: V. Rusanov, G. Sedov, G. Brusilov. Contact phone: +7 921 440 02 95. E-mail: zobninandr@mail.ru.

Keywords

expedition, Rusanov, ice, Kara Sea, the Arctic, Novaya Zemlya, Hercules, cape, high-latitude, Siberia, Yenisey, Desires, ball, path, way, Taimyr, wintering, Minins’ sherries Gulf Pyasinskaya, currents, the East, parking, island, geology, and hydrology

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