The Arctic Mouth Hydrology: the History of Formation and Development Basics

Vladimir V. Vladimir Ivanov, Mikhail Tretiakov, Nadezhda Kharlampyeva

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The article shows the history of formation and the basics of development of the
Arctic Mouth Hydrology science field of the Russian Federation State Science
Centre the Arctic and Antarctic Research Institute (hereinafter — AARI) and
other Soviet Union and Russian science institutes and academic centres accord-
ing to the provisions of the Constitution of the Russian Federation, approved on
the 1 July 2020 all-Russian voting. The history of the Arctic Mouth Hydrology is
given in seven stages (1925–2020). Structural and functional analysis of the AARI
fund sources of the science and technical information and data, the field stud-
ies and findings, the research and methodical study of the Arctic Mouth Hydrol-
ogy shows the following: First — the contribution of the Arctic Mouth Hydrol-
ogy to hydrological science in general; Second — its interdependence from states
historical stages; Third — the contribution of Soviet and Russian experts to the
Arctic Monitoring & Assessment Programme (AMAP), the International Associa-
tion of Hydrogeologists (IAH), the United Nations, etc. Further development of
the Arctic Mouth Hydrology will undoubtedly be associated with the pooling of
knowledge of social and natural sciences on water resources to meet the interests
of society and nature, human and non-human relationship.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationThe Arctic in a Space of Knowledge
EditorsNadezhda Kharlampyeva
PublisherСанкт-Петербургский государственный университет / Saint Petersburg University press
ISBN (Print)978-5-288-06250-6
Publication statusPublished - 2022
MoEC publication typeB2 Part of a book or another research book


  • Arctic Mouth Hydrology
  • water-basin principle
  • integrated ecosystem region

Field of science

  • Social and economic geography


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