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О возможном генезисе стихотворения В. Ф. Ходасевича \"Друзья, друзья! Быть может, скоро...\"

Елена Закрыжевская
В статье рассматривается стихотворение В. Ф. Ходасевича «Друзья, друзья! Быть может, скоро...» (1921) в контексте балетного искусства, любителем и знатоком которого был поэт. Делаются некоторые предположения о пушкинском происхождении балетной темы, а также производится попытка связать образы стихотворения Ходасевича с образами балета П. И. Чайковского «Щелкунчик». Ключевые слова: стиховедение, В. Ф. Ходасевич, «Тяжелая лира», А. С. Пушкин, П. И. Чайковский, балет, «Щелкунчик», А. А. Горский, Н. Н. Берберова. The article examines one of the poems...

Digital core simulator - a promising method for developming hard-to-recover oil reserves technology

V.B. Betelin, V.A. Galkin, A.V. Shpilman & N.N. Smirnova
Territory of Russia, which occupies 12.8% of the Earth's territory, contains 12-13% of the forecast resources, and about 12% of the discovered oil reserves. Russia's proven oil reserves amount to approximately 13.9 billion tons of oil as of January 1, 2017 (~101 billion barrels). Oil recovery factor for proved reserves is ~17%. The increase of oil recovery factor represents a huge stockpile for raising the level of oil production in the country at low costs....

О влиянии «Кандида» Вольтера и «Тристрама Шенди» Лоренса Стерна на «Нос» Н. В. Гоголя и «Село Степанчиково» Ф. М. Достоевского

Елена Петрова
Статья посвящена проблеме влияния полемики Л. Стерна и Вольтера на повесть Н. В. Гоголя и пародирующую ее повесть Ф. М. Достоевского. В исследовании поднимается вопрос о восприятии романа Лоренса Стерна «Тристрам Шенди» Гоголем и Достоевским в том числе и как сатиры на «Кандида» Вольтера и подспудно — на любовно-авантюрные романы грече-ского типа. Ключевые слова: Л. Стерн, Вольтер, Н. В. Гоголь, Ф. М. Достоевский, пародия, литературная традиция, сатира, травестия, сюжетная схема, рецеп-ция, интертекст. The article is...

Dunlin subspecies exhibit regional segregation and high site fidelity along the East Asian−Australasian Flyway

Benjamin Lagassé, Richard Lanctot, Mark Barter, Stephen Brown, Chung-Yu Chiang, Chi-Yeung Choi, Yuri Gerasimov, Steve Kendall, Joseph Liebezeit, Konstantin Maslovsky, Alexander Matsyna, Ekaterina Matsyna, David Payer, Sarah Saalfeld, Yoshimitsu Shigeta, Ivan Tiunov, Pavel Tomkovich, Olga Valchuk & Michael Wunder
The degree that individuals migrate among particular breeding, migration, and wintering sites can have important implications for prioritizing conservation efforts. Four subspecies of Dunlin (Calidris alpina) migrate along the East Asian−Australasian Flyway (EAAF). Each subspecies has a distinct and well-defined breeding range, but their migration and winter ranges are poorly defined or unknown. We assessed the migratory connectivity of 3 of these subspecies by evaluating a dataset that encompasses 57 years (1960–2017), and comprises more...

AN APPROXIMATE ANALYTICAL SOLUTION FOR HYDRAULIC FRACTURE OPENING UNDER NON-UNIFORM INTERNAL PRESSURE

Kairui Li, N.N. Smirnov, D.A. Pestov, Chengzhi Qi & A.B. Kiselev
Because of the special non-uniform pressure distribution in hydraulic fracture, an especial hypothesis is proposed to get an approximate solution for the fracture opening, which satisfies the mixed boundary conditions on the fracture edges with the use of Bessel function integral properties. Error analysis of this approximate solution compared with the accurate solution is carried out. It is proved that the approximate solution is in good agreement with the accurate solution under the condition of...

A MicroCT Image of Silty Loam Phaeozem Albic

Dmitriy Ivonin & Timofey Kalnin
An X-ray computed tomography was carried out in two varieties of samples condition: air-dried and moistened behind the field capacity condition. To rich the last one the sample was taken after the tomography and was moistened by the excess water through the base of several filter papers. The moistening stretched in 7 full days with permanent water filling-up until the water table occurred on the base surface. Then the sample was free drained on a...

A probable oligochaete from an Early Triassic Lagerstätte of the southern Cis-Urals and its evolutionary implications

Andrey Zhuravlev, Dmitry Shcherbakov, Tarmo Timm, Alexander Tzetlin & Olev Vinn
Oligochaetes, despite their important role in terrestrial ecosystems and a tremendous biomass, are extremely rare fossils. The palaeontological record of these worms is restricted to some cocoons, presumable trace fossils and a few body fossils the most convincing of which are discovered in Mesozoic and Cenozoic strata. The Olenekian (Lower Triassic) siliciclastic lacustrine Petropavlovka Lagerstätte of the southern Cis-Urals yields a number of extraordinary freshwater fossils including an annelid. The segmented body with a secondary...

Data from: An analysis of travel reports of the Finnish botanical expeditions to Russian Lapland (Murmansk Region and Northern Karelia) in 1861 and 1863

Alexander Sennikov & Mikhail Kozhin
Finnish botanical expeditions, which were made to Russian Lapland (present-day Murmansk Region and northern Karelia, Russia) in 1861 and 1863, published travel reports with preliminary information, which contained numerous floristic novelties and phytogeographical observations but have been overlooked in present-day studies. Two reports appeared in print, by Gustav Selin on the expedition made in 1861, and by Nils Isak Fellman on the expedition made in 1863. We analysed mentions of vascular plant species published in...

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