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Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2011/08/31 :CIA-RDP80-00809A000700200278-0 REPORT CD N0. DATE OF SUPPLEMENT TO REPORT N0. THIS IS UNEVALUATED INFORMATION AASTRACTS OF ARTICLES FROM UNAYAILABLE SOVIET SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL PERIODICALS (G) [Comment: This report presents abstracts take^ from Sssues of the Soviet periodical Referativnyy Zhurnal published July-October 1954. These abstracts are of articles originally published in Soviet scientific and technical serial publlcations which are not known to be available out- side the Soviet Orbit. The foll.owing form is used for each abstract in this report: General subJect, specific subJect (Soviet abstract number) Name of unavailnble periodical, volume and/or issue number, date, pages Author. of article Title of article {Language, if other than Russian) Abridgment of abstract (Source) The sources, indicated in parentheses at the end of each abstract, are abbreviated as follows: RZhAstr Moscow, Referativnyy 'Zhurnal -- Astronomiya i Geodeziya RZhFiz bfoscow, Referativnyy 'Zhurnal -- Fizika RZhKhim Moscow, Referativnyy Zhurnal ~~,,imiya RZhMat Moscow, Referntivnyy Zhurnal -- D1~ntematika RZhMekh Moscow, Referativnyy Zhurnal -- idekhanilc~j 50X1-HUM CLASSIFICATION S_-E-r_R_R_T CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY INFORMATION FROM FOREIGN DOCUMENTS OR RADIO BROADCAS'T'S COUNTRY USSR SUBJECT Scientific - Astronomy, chemistry, geology, HOW PUBLISHED WHERE PUBLISHED DATE PUBLISHED Monthly periodicals Moscow Jul-Oct 1951+ ? [Iw . O, T.i ,T .~. ~ w ..,TC tIMO Ir w.T 0I'Te[0 Lttl, . ? w e[~P?NO OT T + ' ~'? , , 1 D TT.VMC w T.. T?1 .. wog. ~. o. .... ~ ,.... 00 0/ 1 ~ X11 TO 00 0 1 Tr ~y sYy.YTwOTi][Dr/ + ~ If ? .o .. ............ I CLASSIFICATION S_-E-C-R-E-T STATE NAW NSRB DISTRIBUTION ARMY AIR cn ~ i Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2011/08/31 :CIA-RDP80-00809A000700200278-0 ~~ Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2011/08/31 :CIA-RDP80-00809A000700200278-0 Geodesy, Instruments (5G5G) Sbornik Statey po Geodezii, No 5, 1953, 45-52 Skavronskiy, V. N. Results of Study of Short-Period Errors in the M?~::ink of the Horizontal Circle of the Optical Theodolites of the Plant "AeroaFOrribor" OT-02 No 9184, 9195 Test methods of short-period marks on the limb of the specified theodolites, and the processing of measurements are described. Results are tabulated and plotted. Actual errors are expected to exceed the computed ones. (RZhAstr, No'9, 1954) Geodesy, Theory of Errors (5052) Sbornik Statey po Geodezii, No 4, 1953, 69-83 Uapenakiy, A. K. Solution oP Equation of Errors by Means of the Least Maximum Deviation Author derives his formula under assumption that the maximum deviation of the function oP errors in absolute value does not exceed the maximum devi- ation in absolute value. The abstracter is critical of this method. (RZhAstr, No 9, 1954) Geodesy, Aerial Survey (5019) Sbornik Statev po Geodezii, No 5, 1953, 3-16 Konshin, M. D.; Orlov, V. K.~ Determination of Elements of Mutual Orientation From Pictures of a !?Sountsinous Territory A determination method of elements of mutual orientation of plctures is outlined. The corrective terms for the formulas of mutual orientation elements do not contain products of differences of longitudinal parallaxes and hence the accuracy of determination is independent of the relief. (RZhAstr, No 9, 1954) The Sun, Spectroscopic Study (4900) Bull. AN Georgia 9SP. No 15, 1953, 170-260 Georgobinni, Sh. M. Spectrohelioscopic Observations on the Mount Kanobili in the Years 1941-1944 Results of systematic observations of bright flocculi, filaments, and prominences in H alpha light are published. These observations were carried out by Sh. Chkhaidze, N. Georgobiani, T. Kochlashvili, K. Chuvayev, D. Khita- rizhvili. (itZhAstr, No 9, 1954) The Sun, Spectroscopic study (4899) Izv. Krymskoy Astrofiz. Obaerv., 11, 1954, 102-128 Muetel, E. R. The Mechanism of GLow of Hydrogen FLocculi From continuations of previous investigations (ibid. 9 (1952)) author con- cludes that the H lines delta, epsilon and zeta are not formed in the chromo- sphere, but in more deeply located layers. The H alpha line is due to exci- tation of H by electron impact in the chromosphere and to recombination of protons with electrons. The decrement of Ba]fier lines in flocculi spGetra and the Whirls around spots are analyzed. (RZhAStr, No 9, 1954) Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2011/08/31 :CIA-RDP80-00809A000700200278-0 Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2011/08/31 :CIA-RDP80-00809A000700200278-0 Stellar Astronomy, Dynamics of Stellar Systems (4892) Publikateii Tartuakoy Astron. Obaerv., No 5, 1953, 332-368 Kuzmin, G. G. Third Integral of Stellar Motion and Dynamics of the Stationary Ga1s,q The introduction of a third integral, besides the familiar ones of energy and areas,?is suggested. In the expression of this quadratic integral the first two terms represent the sum of squares of angular momentc+ around txo mutuallar perpendicular axes in the plane of the galakv, anr! the third term is of the type of the energy integral along the z-axis. The author intends to continue his theory. (RZhAstr, No 9, 1954) Theoretical Astrophysics, Nex Stars (4868) Izv. Glav. Astron. Observ AN Ukrainian SSR, I, 1953, 67-84 Gordeladze, Sh. G. Dissipation of Maas During the Surge of Novae The amount of matter e3ected during the surge of a Nova is analyzed. Suggests new methods consisting in determination of density of the stellar shell by the study of forbidden lines. Another method consists in the de- terttination of density from the absolute intensities of the Balmer Lines. (RZhAstr, No 9, 1954) Astrophysics, Star Observation (4848) Peremengyye Zvezdy, No 5, 1953, 344-345 Semakin, N. K. MX Cygni Analysis of photographs of the Moscox collection did not reveal a star of 11m - 12m on the spot marked by Rosa. Therefore the existence of this star is dubious. (RZhAstr, No 9, 1954) Astrophysics, Star Observations (4847) Peremennyye Zvezdy, No 5, 1953, 342-344 Martynov, D. Ya. RS Vulpeculae A reiterated aaalysie of minim of RS Vul is performed for a possibility of rotation of its Line of apaides, evidenced by the shifting of the secondary minima. No definite conclusions could be made. (RZhAatr, No 9, 1954) Astrophysics, Star Gbservation (4846) R:remerr~yye 'Zvezdy, No 5, 1953, 341-342 Tsesevich, V. P. Y 548 Cygni The brightness of Y 548 Cygni was established from 141 plates of Odessa Observatory. The star was found to belong to the A1go1 type. (RZhAstr, No 5, 1954) Astrophysics, Star Observation (4845) Peremengyye Zvez~, No 5, 1953, 339-340 Eelsalu, Kh. T. IX Cassiopei - -- Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2011/08/31 :CIA-RDP80-00809A000700200278-0 Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2011/08/31 :CIA-RDP80-00809A000700200278-0 The brightness of the variable xas estimated from 64 plates obtained in the period 1940-1953 .and 7 maxima were established. (RZhAstr, No 9, 1954) Astrophysics, Star Observation (4844) Ebmsm~e Zvezd , No 5, 1953, 336-338 Batyrev, A. A. BIi Vulpeculae Evaluations of brightness were made from 116 visual observations in 1952 and two maxima were established. A ~ump_like variation of period between 1917- 1935 is possible or a long-period inequality with a 70-year long period. (RZhAstr, fto 9, 1954) Astrophysics, Star Observation (4843) Peremennyye Zvezdy, No 5, 1953, 334-336 Kholopov, P, N SPZ 918 Persei - a Variable of U Gemini Type Nith Large Amplitude or a Nova Previous studies and 59 photoplates of rfoscox Observatory were analyzed. The magnitude of the star could be established only on two negatives and it was not found on the other plates. Therefore it seems to be either a Nova or n variable with very large amplitude. (RZhpstr, No 9, 1954) Astrophysics, Star Observations (4842) Peremennyye Zvezdy, fto 5, 1953, 332-334 Solov~yev, A, V. The Semiregular Variable RW Sct Ten maxima of brightness of the star were established from 210 negatives of Stalinabad Observatory of 1940-1952? Elements were corrected and oscillations in brightness were noticed during the maxima and minima. (RZhAstr, No 9, 1954) Astrophysics, Star Observation (4841) Peremennyye Zvezdy, No 5, 1953, 330-332 Batyrev, A. A. SZ Cemini A total of 142 visual observations of the variable were processed in 1951-1952? The elements were corrected and the maxima established. (RZhAstr, No 9, 1954) Astrophysics, Star Observation (4840) Peremennyye Zvezdy, No 5, 1953, 328-330 Solov'yev, A, V. The Cepheid RY Canis Ms,joris The brightness of the variable xas estimated from 116 photoplates of Stalinabad Observatory obtained in the period 1938-1950. The normal maximum of brightness was established. (RZhAstr, No 9, 1954) -4- S-E-C-R-E-T - -- - - Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2011/08/31 :CIA-RDP80-00809A000700200278-0 Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2011/08/31 :CIA-RDP80-00809A000700200278-0 S-E-C-R-E-T Astrophysics, Star Observation (4839) Peremennyye Zvezdy, No 5, 1953, 326-328 Yefremov, Yu. I. A New Cepheid AB Camelopard is This star was found to have a long period. The computed elements are presented. (RZhAstr, No 9, 1954) Astrophysics, Star Observation (4838) Peremennyye Zvezdv, No 5, 1953, 324-326 Lozinskiy, A. M. Proper Motions oP Five Short-Period Cepheids The proper motions of these stars were established from comparison of photoplates made xith the big Moscox astrograph at a 15-year interval. Re- duction from relative to absolute motion was processed by using tables by P. P. Parenago. (RZhAstr, No 9, 1954) Astrophysics, Star Observation (4837) Peremennyye Zvezdy, No 5, 1953, 314-323 Yudkina, V. P. Five Short-Period Cepheids Reference stars, maps of surroundings, and luminosity curves are pre- sented for the following stars: RS, TV, TW Tauri, RV Ursae Maoris. (RZhAstr, No 9, 1954) Astrophysics, Star Observations (4836) Peremennyye Zvezdy, No 5, 1953, 303-313 Zakharov, G. P. Results of observation of the following visual variables are presented: T and beta Lyrae; RY sad TT Unicorni; SY, TW, TY Serpentis; RY Orionis; ST, SX, TW, UY Pegasi; RS Persei. (RZhAstr, No 9, 1954) Astrophysics, Star Observation (4835) Byull. AN Georgia SSR, No 15, 1953, 3-15 Magalashvili, N. L. Electrophotometry of Eclipsing Variable RX $er and RS Vul The elements of RX $er were computed from observations under assumptions of a circular orbit using the method of Piotrowski. The luminosity curve' of RS Vul was solved under assumption of elliptic orbit. (RZhAatr, No 9, 1954) Astrophysics, Star Observation (4834) Izv. Krymskoy Astrofiz Observ., 11, 1954, 91-101 Nekrasova, S. V. Photoelectric Observations of Delta Sct The establishment of temperature variation of delta Sct was attempted by observation of its irregular variation of brightness. A total of 160 observations are presented. The luminosity curve indicates nonetationary processes in the stars atmosphere. The thermal oscillations xere estimated within the limits of 200 to 500?. (RZhAstr, No 9, 1954) Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2011/08/31 :CIA-RDP80-00809A000700200278-0 ?? Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2011/08/31 :CIA-RDP80-00809A000700200278-0 Astrophysics, Star Observation (4829) Zzv. Krymakoy Ast~ofiz. Observ., 11, 1954, 74-80 Nikonova, Ye. K. Photoelectric Magnitudes of Bright Reference Stars for Photometry of Planets An accurate establishment of stellar magnitudes outside the atmosphere under consideration oP light absorption by the terrestrial atmosphere was processed. Stellar magnitudes defined by 0. Eggers (Astrn s. 7. 112, 141 (1950)) were used as reference points for oL?acrvar?ion. RZhAstr, No 9, 1954) Astrophysics, Star Observation (4828) Izv."Glav. Aatron. Observ. v Pulkovo, No 5, 1954, 31-86 Dadayev, A. N. Study of Hot Supergianta in Systems of Eclipsing Binaries Photometry oP continuous spectra of AO Casaiopei and beta Lyrae is studied. Curves of brightness and of color are plotted using photoplates of Stebbins and Gutnick. Elements of orbits are comput;d and hypotheses of gaseous streams are discussed. (RZhAstr, No 9, 1954 Astrophysics, Aatrospectroacopy (4821) Izv. Glav. Astron. Obaerv, v Pulkovo, No 4, 1953, 45-~ Mitrofanova, L. A. Determination of Relative Numbers gf Fe II The transition probabilities of Fe II were computed in the crave band 35G-46o millimicrons for 91 lines. The excitation method of the epectrtim by ap electric spark is deecribed. The spark temperature was found from gf Fe I data to be T 5800 ? 380?. (RZhAstr, No 9, 1954) Hydrochemistry (21513) Gidrokhim. Materiely, No 21, 1953, 121-134 Vorob~yev, N: I. The Determination of the Total Mineral and Sulfate Ion Content in Natural Water by Conductivity Worked out a method for determining the above by the conductivity method. Accuracy is snid to be good enough for practical purposes. (RZhXhim, ~, 1954) Hydrochemistry (21515) Gidrokhim. Materialy, No 20, 1953, 98-100 Shidlovskaya_p~,chinnikova, Yu. S. The Preparation of Deoxygenated Water Describes method of preparing dea,gHenated water by boiling with subsequent cooling under carbon dioxide. (RZhKhim, 7, 1954) S-E-C-R-E-T Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2011/08/31 :CIA-RDP80-00809A000700200278-0 Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2011/08/31 :CIA-RDP80-00809A000700200278-0 S-E-C-R-E-T Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2011/08/31 :CIA-RDP80-00809A000700200278-0 Measured the fluorine content in 183 sources of natural water in the Kazakhstan region. (RZhI4iim, No 7,.1954) $ydrochemietry (21518) Gidrokhim. Msterialy, No 21, 1953, 19-23 Cherkinskiy, S. N.j Zaslavskaya Ye. M.; Mikhaylovskaya, L. A.; Khovanskaya, M. G. Fluorine Contents oP Water Sources in the RSFSR Investigated the fluorine content of 916 water"supply sources throughout various places in the RSFSR. (RZktKhim, Ao 7, 1954 Hydrochemistry (21520) Gidrokhim. Materiel , No 20, 1953, 18-21 Zenin, A. A.; Konovalov, G. S. The Content of Arsenic, Boron, Bromine, Iodine, and Fluorine in the Waters of the Kuban River Measured the amount of the above substances in the Kuban River during the period 1949_1950. (RZhKhim, No 7, 1954) Hydrochemistry (21523) Gidrokhim. Materialy, No 21, 1953, 3-9 Gololobov, Ya, K, The Thickness of the Oxygen-Fjydrogen Sulfide Layer in the Black Sea Measured the thickness of the above layer and prepared relief maps, (RZhHhim, No T, 1954) Hydrochemistry (21517) Gidrokhim; Material , No 21, 1953, 24-29 Boguaevich, L. N.? Fluorine in Kazakhstan Natural Waters Hydrochemistry (21525) Gidrokhim. Material, No 21, 1953, 10-18 Pirogova, M. V. The Chemical Exchange Between the Bottom and the Water Layer of the Black Sea Studied the chemical and biological composition of the bottom and of the layer of water adjacent to it in order to investigate the exchange of materlals. (RZhKhim, No 7, 1954) Hydrochemistry (21526) Gldrokhim. Material , No 21, 1953, 144-151 Bnkhman, V. I.; Prokof~yeva, Ye. F. Dissolved Gases in Silt Deposits (Muds) Worked out methods for determining the amounts of CO2i H2S, CH4, and N2 in silt deposits. (RZhKhim, No 7, 1954) Medical (22013) Za Sots. 2dravookhr. Yzbekistana, No 2, 1953, 29-33 Altman, B. M. Vitamin C Level in the Blood and Its Extraction From the Urine of Generally Healthy People Living Under Conditions Prevalent in Tashkent Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2011/08/31 :CIA-RDP80-00809A000700200278-0 Determined the above and concluded that the average annual vitamin C deficiency in the Tashkent area is 1770 milligrams, (RZhKhim, No 7, 1954) Nutrition (22044) Izv. AN Late, SSR, xo 3, 1953, 67-75 shmidt, A. A. Protein-Vitamin Concentrates, Their Preparation and Place in the Nutrition of Man Presents data on the above new nutritional product and its sources of preparation. Addition of the protein-vitamin concentrate to bread increases its nutritional value and taste. (RZhithim, No 7, 1954) Deposits of Useful Minerals (Nonmetallic), Bleaching Clays (570 Izv. AN Turkm. SSR, No 4, 1953, 75-79 ) Murav~yeva, M. Ya. Dispersion of Clays and Clayey Soils in Turkmenistan The clays and clayey soils of Turkmenistan, according to the data of 20 analyses of 13 exploited deposits, are characterized by the considerable content of a clayey-muddy fraction with dimensions of the particles less than 10 microns, and by the predominance of fine dust-like and sandy-dusty particles. (RZhGeol, 1, 1954) Deposits of Useful Minerals (Nonmetallic), Clsy, Ceramic and Glass Materials (574) izv. AN USSR, No 4, 1953, 114-127 Bezborodov, M. A., ldazo, E. E., and Zuyev, N. I. Nature of Finely-Dispersed Part of Clays of Certain Deposits in Belorussian SSR The authors investigated the clays of the Vidibor deposits in Pinsk oblast, the Levaya Ruba deposits in Vitebsk oblast, and the Malinovka deposits in Brest oblast. The chemical composition of the clays are glven in a table. (RZhGeol, i, 1954) Deposits of Combustible Minerals, Coal and Combustible Shales (594)' izv. AN Uzb. SSR, No 3, 1953, 43-49 Chikryzov, G. S. Problem of "rorecasting the Coal-Bearing Character of a Covered Region on the Basis of a Structural-Phasal Analysis (resume in Uzbekistani) In order to forecast the coal-bearing nature of a covered area one must study the peculiarities of the ieological structure and the coal-bearing quality of the productive strata in bordering well-uncovered regions, where the zoaallty of its structure can be established. The author gives rive prospecting criteria (indices) determining the position of the zones. Employing these indices one can determine the expected thickness of the coal layers and their expanse. (RZhGeol, L, 1954) Deposits of Combustible tinerals, Geology of Coal Deposits (600) Izv. pN Kaz. SSR Ser. geol., 121 No 16, 1953, 3_19 Lyuber, A. A. Blain Types of Coal Formation in the Ifaraganda Coal Basin Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2011/08/31 :CIA-RDP80-00809A000700200278-0 Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2011/08/31 :CIA-RDP80-00809A000700200278-0 Deposits of Useful Minerals, Formation of De Mineral Rocks (503) posits and ;enetic Connection Geologichniy zh Nikol~s~--'' 13, No 2, 1953, 1 with Y, o. p, 9-31 Certain problems of the Genesis of Rydrothermal De resume in Russian) posits (Ukrainian, with 'The chemical composition of the containing rocks influences the com and determines the metal-bearing quality of granitic and belts are connected with definite t Position intrusive complexes are characterized b~e8 of the conta~ingOrocks~ring zones according to six schemes listed. 3' multiphasal Individual (RZhGeol ~(;nvironmental) formation , No 1, 1 4 Deposits of Useful binerals, Ores of Ferrous Metals (510) Geologichni Zh 1 Belevtae~-' 3' rro 3, 1953, 3-14 (Ukrainian) Genesis of Ya. M Iron Ores of the Saksa~pn Region of Krivoy Rog The formation of the ~aksagan iron ores was due to the action of three successive genetically different processes: 1) sedimentar iron with silicates; 2) enrichment of the rocks with iron under the influence of plutonic thermal Y accumulation of minerals with the forA.ationas' 3) separation of the silicates and iron ore of hydrohematite. (RZhGeol, No 1, 1954) Engineering Geolo Geolo 11 ) rveyshtadt,pL.Iizh~~ cnggnee No 4Ge19531c60 6tudy of Natural processes (666 Problem of the 9 Engineering_Geolog cal Conditiong i^ CO?nection with the Evaluation of are planned Regions where Rydrotechnical Structures A brief survey is given of works devoted to the fracturin is pointed out that the Literature contains very little on the fracturing as connected with engineerin g of racks. It Examples of the successful B-geological and Problem of , beyond the usual formal descriptionation of fractures are~drotechnical matters. (RZhGeol, 2io l Presented, going 1954) Engineering Geo1o Materialy o Inzh~Geoloiiicring_Geological Study of Natural Vas in, N. A. g NO 4, 1953, 133_135 processes (668) Some Data on Flood-Erosion Phenomena iq the Southern Regions of the USSR The author describes one of the floods that occurred in the southern regions, of the USSR in July 1951, in which the width reached tremendous quantities of clayey earth were washed awn flood was only 1.5 hours. 500 meters and the develo The author notes that the floods are 81on of the pment of the relief of high mountains. (RZhGeol, No 1 factor in , 1954) dendronsring layers ` LIIB rockssubd coals indicate the presence ferns, pter dos ends Karaga?'1, and Do1a op s in the main notes the main P ~, and somew}~t rarer calamites.p The authorido- the Karaganda coal bearinplants existing during the period of formation of g strata. (RZhGeol, No 1, 1954) S-E-C-R_E_T S-E-C-R-E-T Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 20 Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2011/08/31 :CIA-RDP80-00809A000700200278-0 Engineering Geology, Engineering-Geological Investigation for Construction (672) Materialy po inzh. geologic, No 4, 1953 (ido~cox), 148-154 Makeyev, Z. A. Engineering-Geological Investigations of Bridge Crossings With Application of ELectrical Prospecting Vertical electrical sounding along the axis of bridge crossings over a big river shored, without any drilling operations, that almost the entire bottom of the river valley is built up of sandotones, but the slopes are gabbrodiabasic. It is concluded that the use of electrical prospecting methods in bridge building can decrease the amount of drilling. (RZhGeol, No 1, 1954) Engineering Geology, Engineering-Geological Investigations for Construction (673) Materisly po inzh. geologic, No 4, 1953, 7-15 Xarpenko, F. A. Problems in the Study of Engineering-Geological and Hydrogeological Conditions for the Construction of Nonferrous Metallurgical Enterprises Most of the nonferrous metallurgical enterprises are located in the southern mountainous regions of the USSR, regions with sharply-cut relief and dry climate. Procedures for engineering-geological investigations in these regions have been weakly developed; the most important objects for study are the following six: properties of mountain Loess, saline foundations, excavations, mud flows, fracturing of rocks, charts. (RZhGcol, No 1, 1954) Engineering Geology, General Problems (658) Materialy po inzh. geologic, No 3, 1953, 7-9 Knrpenko, F. A. Certain Results of the Engineering-Geological and Hydrogeological Operations of the Affiliate to the State PLanning Institute for Nonferrous Metallurgical Enterprises During 1951-1952 Methods of mathematical statistics were used to study the laxs governing the various properties of loess rocks and to investigate the settling and sagging properties of loess rocks steeped by craters of various compositions. Complex field and laboratory studies on loess rocks were conducted in Central Asia to establish the dependence of ^agging and settling of loess rocks upon their genesis. (RZhGeol, No 1, 1954) Engineering Geology, Ground Science (Foundations) (662) Materinly po inzh. geologic, No 3, 1953, 108-120 Kriger, N. I., and Mosknlev, M. R. Loess Rocks on Steep Slopes The study of the deformations of loess rocks on steep slopes of mountains is necessary for industrial, civil and hydraulic engineering constructions. An important variety of loess rock deformation is "oplyvina," characterized by the flowing consistency of the rock. Such "flows" in the Tien Shan comprise only the soil cover or small layers (2-3 meters) on the slope. Hillside channels, drainage ditches, and sealing of cracks in the soil are recommended in the struggle against loess-rock flows. (RZhGeol, No 1, 1954) Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2011/08/31 :CIA-RDP80-00809A000700200278-0 Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2011/08/31 :CIA-RDP80-00809A000700200278-0 General Geology, Personalia (14) Geologichniy zh., 13, No 4, 1953, 3-7 Rodionov, S. P. Vladimir Afaoas'yevich Obruchev (Ukrainian) Biography, occasioned by 90th birthday. (RZhGeol, No 1, 1954) General Geology, Personalia (15) Izv. AN Turkm. SSR, fto 3, 1953, 69-72 Babayev, A. G. Academician Vladimir Afanas'yevich Obruchev Biography, occasioned by 90th birthday. (RZhGeol, No 1, 1954) General Geology, Personalia (16) Vest An Kaz. SSR, No 10, 1953, 59-62 Satpayev, K. I. Oldest of Soviet Geologists Commemoration of the 90th birthday of Academician V. A. Obruchev. (RZhGeol, No 1, 1954) General Geology, Sessions and Conferences (28) Izv. AN Uzb. SSR, No 3, 1953, 103-111 Popov, V. I. Novosibirsk Conference on the Science of Geological Formations (RZhGeol, No 1, 1954) Geochemistry, Geochemistry of Natural Processes (B;ypergene Processes) (471) Geologichniy zh., 13, No 3, 1953, 24-28 Bankovskiy, V. 0. Condltiona Governing the Mineralogical and Chemical Concentration in the Sediment-Forming Process of the Donets Productive Carboniferous (Ukrainian, with Russian resume) The author considers the displacement in mineralogical and chemical concentrations during variations in environmental conditions o^ the example of one of the repeating lithological complexes in the Donets productive layer, Variation in tectonic conditions leads to increase i^ concentration of some elements and to decrease in concentration of others. Specific cases are given concerning Ca and Mg in C and carbonates. (RZhGeol, No 1, 1954) Geochemistry, Distribution of Isotopes (465) Dokl. AN Uzb. SSR, No 2, 1953, 12-16 Uklonskiy, A. S. Preliminary Data on the Study of the Zeotopic Composition of the Surface and Subterranean Waters of Central Asia A study xas conducted on the isotopic composition of a great many waters of Central Aaia by the densimetric aethod, carried out in the Institute of Geochemistry and Analytical Chemistry, Academy of Sciences USSR. The total density of the water, without separation into the isotopes H` and 018, was determined relative to a stapdard, which was water taY.en from the Moscow water supply. For the first time comparative data has been obtained on the isotopic composition of Central Asian waters, which permits one to decide - 11 - S-E-C-R-E-T Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2011/08/31 :CIA-RDP80-00809A000700200278-0 Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2011/08/31 :CIA-RDP80-00809A000700200278-0 S-E-C-R-E-T the following: the constancy of the isotopic composition of river grater along the river course; the closeness of the isotopic composition of river waters of Central Asia (Syr-Darya, Amu-Darya) to that of European Waters (Volga, Dnepr); geological conditions governing the course of certain rivers and their origin (;aountain, glacier, underground). These data will be utilized to clarify the genesis of the waters. Also studied was the isotopic composition of rain and snort water. The relative density of the latter xa= less than the density of snosrsanddice~glac~rsthe density of waters of rivers which are fed by melting (RZhGeol, No 1, 195.,) Geography of the USSR, Central Asian Republics and Kazakhstan (1042) Izv. AN Kaz. SSR, No 8, 1953, 105-106 Zenkova, V. Ten Years Since the Discovery of Peak Pobeda [Victory] in Tien Shan Mountains [No abstract given.] (RZhGeol, P!o 1, 1954) Geography of the USSR, Central Asian Republics and Kazakhstan (1039) Izv. AN Uzbek. SSR, No 3, 1953. 31-35 Kimberg, N. V. Direction of Development of the Soil Cover of the Amu-Darya Delta (resume in Uzbekiatani) bottomhlandtdeltaisollshinrCentral As iah(VgeAer~vaaheme of evolution of the ,i~'a, 2!0 14, 1946) cannot completely be applied to the dev- e~lo v sov. pochvoveden the Amu_Darya delta. IIe considers that the flooding must beptakenoiatoiaccount, which is of significance in the exploitation of the Amu-Darya delta. (RZhGeol, No 1, 1g54) Geography of the USSR, Central Asian Republics and Kazakhstan (1037) Les, kh-vo, No 11, 1953, 41-43 erez , I. Ye. System oi' Forest Zones of Kazakhstan The forests planted with seedlings from the state forest stock in Kazhakh- stan (more than 26 million hectares), soxn over s territory of 2.7 million km2, can be systematized according to the plant composition and general medium (soils, relief, climate and other criteria) into ten zones: north stab-lent birches; steppe forests of Kustanay and Aktyuba oblasts; forests of Knzhkkstan melko- sopochnik; ribbon pines of Irtysh; A1tay forest; Tien Shan forest; tugay; haloxylon; forests of Bostandyk region; fruit-tree forests of south Kazakhstan. (RZhGeol, No 1, 1954) Geology of Asia (Outside the USSR), Peoples Republic of China (1115) 17arod_nyy K1tay, No 1, 1954, 14-16 Syue I_yuan~ Rsueh I-yuan] Administrative Stability of the Peoples Republic of China [No abstract given.) (RZhGeol, No 1, 1954) Geography of the USSR, Siberia and the Far East (1017) Nauka~~ No 11, 1953, 21-22 Andreyev, 0. A. Soviet Siberia (Ukrainian) S-E-C-R-E-T Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2011/08/31 :CIA-RDP80-00809A000700200278-0 Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2011/08/31 :CIA-RDP80-00809A000700200278-0 Brief survey of the natural conditions and economy"~of Siberia. (RZhGeo1, No'1, 1954) Geology of the Quaternary Deposits, Loess and Loess Rocks (156) Materialy po inzh, geologii, No 3, 1953, 56-68 I'yaskovakiy, B. V. What Is Loess? The author analyzes the Sdeas of L. S. Berg, who explained the origin of loess from the viewpoint of soil-formation-processes and refuted the aeolian theory. In the formation of loess two stages are distinguished: accumulation of fine earth (the matrix of loess), and its process of loess forming. The author's opinion is that loess is formed under the humus layer of steppe soils and is a component part of their profile and that loess is a lime melkozem [fine earth] of dust-like mechanical composition possessing a number of characteristic signs. (RZhGeol, 1, 1954) Geology of Quaternary Deposits, Loess and Loess Rocks (160) MaterLsly po inzh. geologii, No 4, 1953, 154-158 Terebinskiy, Y. G. Mountain Loess of Southeast Kazakhstan The loesaea are distributed 400 to 500 meters in the foothills and along the slopes of the mountainous massifs at a height of as much as 2400 meters. The thickness of the loess covering is from a fraction of a meter to several dozen meters. _With increasing altitudes of the occurrence of loesses the clayey content increases and the sandy content decreases. The zonality of the loesses according to grnnulometric composition convinced the author of their neolinn origin. (RZhGeol, 1, 1954) Geology of Quaternary Deposits, Loess and Loess Rocks (161) Materialy po inzh. geologii, .No 3, 1953,10-42~ Kriger, N. I.; Moekalev, M. R. Loesses of Northern and Nestern~T'ie^ Shan Ranges The author discusses the loesses and loess-like rocks of the following rnngea: Kirgiz Ala-Tau, Talas Ala-Tau, Chatkal,.Kurama, Pskem, Ugam, and Kara-Tau; also the loesses of the intermontane valley of the following rivers: Chu, Arys, Chirchik, Angren, and Syr-Darya. The loesses are extensively dis- tributed in the intermontane valleys and on the slopes of the mountains of the west and north Tien Shnn ranges. Loess formation took place during the entire quaternary period. (RZhGeol, No 1, 1954) Geology of Quaternary Deposits, Loess and Loess Rocks (162) Materialy po inzh. geologii, No 3, 1953, 125-126 Konanykhin, S. I. Compressed Loess-type Rocks from Rudnyy Altay The physical properties of the loess are: specific weight 2.73, volumetric weight 1.85, porosity 32-3? Sharp predominance of a pgwdery fraction and absence of a sandy fraction distinguish the described loess-type rocks from the stony loess of Central Asia. (RZhGeo1, No 1, 1954) - 13 - S-E-C-R-E-T - Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2011/08/31 :CIA-RDP80-00809A000700200278-0 Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2011/08/31 :CIA-RDP80-00809A000700200278-0 Geology of Quaternar% ])epoeite, Loose and Loess 34c 9 (163) Izv AH Kaz SSR. aer. geol., 121, Mo 16, 1 53, Koletilin, P. F. Problem of the Genesis of Loess Rocks in the Foothills o? Zaili Als-Tau The loess rocks Sn the northern foothills of Zaili Ala-Tau posses various origins: fluvlsl-glaclnl, alluvial, proluv!ol, deluvial, ris~n ulth TY.e fluvial-glaelalo1ndRoci;laQ ~~ sses cover great areas in comps the others. (RZh.,e ( _:!?'+ ) gydrogeology, Generalrroblema nod Methods of Investignticns a, 63-69 Izv. AR Azerb. SSR, t7o -, 1953, Davydov, I. Ya? the RegL?w~ of Underground Waters (resr~c in Azerbaydzhnni) Method for Study!np; T?:e aut'r.or c?:os!~^'^ taE+t t?`1`-' 1nve~'.igation of the re:,ia.e of underground waters sY,ould be cocdcet^9 ?:ith consideration for the entire ecmiex of cc:r"p11- cnted neturai pro-:ersec, uhir_i:?.+uuld lead to a more rational explanation of the regime na~j -~-?-~~ -- =hcdSCa1 setup of Lhe observational netuork. The ~? ,the uorks of pnrtiec not ~i;loying author analyzes _::~. T.1'~ ~,.`ic.crcies - each consideratl._ns. -.:n:c-: Dolk. Ati Azerb. S.:R, :!=' ? ' - - ~ ?r,=:1sr .. ~ h. ,;Lrnta .,. ?;:e C.. _ i'.., G11- Tn:arazyan, .. F. nnd ~,t,. - DLnikoi. Problem of tt:e ,i~+turc ef,.h,' .? ~'. ~`= Bearing Re ion ..;:,.n-~~ .. ~-.,-. , ^ical charar.L_rist!cs are ?:c^. cC ' ;hie raters Br1?~f h! r ,, +1 ~y a~!r ' ^ northanst +..erbayd7h~ the Crscpiaa ~ y,< ?i,_r:,, an are culfateless and a .:arn. :lth of the LhL?.1 ...t..cn c.?_ V _-_.,.,'.ion of Lhe uaters ircret+.:~:; 3urln" the ` ~: + --, a ealinL'y c;f . ;-`~?C' .^ the aster lroflles is 3lrected up?.rar~ proses', of _ :'e!tntloc. -?_- ;. the moving uaters !,, v,r '.ortuous. r n" th ` ? : - r r ?,hC stet ircr?~a:;e~ Blom? th^ c, d ti1y ` _ _am?neralizatlon o - jt haS bee. -52r.Ji..+._ ions increase and i?~~.. ..canc. ?~+;r dl?;, clot, s.^. r::, .. in the- s.,.~ ;,a=~. roieutc (' i~ydro;;colo_y, Cn:;pia^ Pct _'~ Ati ^erb. SSR, he ~F, .. ~elarov,A-?`3 Tamruzyna, :;..F~' _ 13carir.~ R:+;lon 'aspian Petrolew~- Layer 'r:,ter:> c: t!:c ::,!'t.~ ... . (res+LTr: in \:.ertuy z =an1'i ;:iaycd by subtcrr:+^='an uu::era in the 'ihe author.. vin?'1.c -~_ ... ~- ...,,,-ton is eempor>ed of n cw:,:lex of 1'orcation of lctro_caa ;ci.c~tlta. .,.?-:,;an~?y-clayey lay^ra ^. the N,a!ko1, strata mcsozoic and tc:?:inry ac;:., ere oii-bearing. The nerth?=a:,t. v'-s. e: :anticlinal fo'd to eceplicatred by the 195!+) ?~?~n,,.+ ~ ~rarec~rescions. (FZhI'>eol Yo 1, presence of ;nrg'----.-_ -. Mineralogy, General Problems (359) 11_1;6 Izv AN Arm SSR, fiz-mat. yeatesty? 1 tekh. nauki, 6, iio 4, 1953, Vardanynnts, L. A. Anomalous Qptlcnl Biaxial'Ch:racter cf Funerals Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2011/08/31 :CIA-RDP80-00809A000700200278-0 Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2011/08/31 :CIA-RDP80-00809A000700200278-0 The author concludes tktat a ~ .k their physical ro sties alp: ~ ~?2` -" Ib: ~lui?:?t thnt onepof tho .r?,,bt ` t cc' .. ' _th t , ..u?iquated citaractcristics cf cams: ;ri?::, ,,e~; a` :? .Lo, y .:otuality. (R;hGeol, No 1, 1;51;) ., ,. .' ,~ . `teal norrs. .ace the ? !ncrc to aineraloy, Yiinerals and Groins of i:;r,_r.a;: ~~,a~.: ) ( ~ Gcolo,^,ichniy zh., 13, Ho 3, 153, ~~-`lt (U:.r ~::i . ) Dyaclchen}:o, 1?f. G. i'in~'ins of ,:ccessor Darite in I'rivcr:.:.. The discovery oP ncc_ssor barite in th_ U:.r:iai?in c:?ystalline uu;;;i^ is o: .3reat interest fer mirerrlegist;. Ore oP tha firot to note r,?:o _ nt barite in thin region aas I. D. Ts "? -~t? '''` _:ro?: ' 1?: (:;_nerc.lo'i^l:cs:ay sbornii:' Lwov;;Y.oo i;eologichcsko?o cbshchcatva, described in detail. - '"?~)? The ncs finds ?tre ldineralo~r, btinerals and Groups of Efineruls (.ti;lc.t,.s) (!.?24) Dokl. i:N Azcrb. SSR, 9, Iio 9, 1;53, 51'j-5=k 1Q:.ilifnzadc, Cit. Df. I?tonothermite and Illite in the Jurassic Clays ,;; Nc r ~::.,,..: tern ;laerbayd zhln (resume in Azerbaydzhani) Information on the .aineralo~,ica1 ccnpositiun o. Ll.e Jure:;sic clays of northeastern :lzerbnydzhan is presented. Te fraction :; than G.001 met of I'?.;ur saaples o. cloy token frc:a various stratL,ruphic :orir.onc acre suL,jected to thorou;;h investigation (optical, X-ray structur..1, t.h~.cal, chemical, npcctrophote?.etric, physicochemical), establishin;; that the clays in the Jurc.:..;ic deposit; of northeastern :;zerbaydzhan are ::onotacrr itcs and quunti- tstively in_'erior 111ites. (R:;hGeol, Iio 1, i;>4) Yctro;;ruphy of A:a~r,:atic and t?fetnmorphic Ro::_ Genr_r.a ircbl::rs (3Ck) Izv. Ton?,tkoo politcl;lta in-ta, ~4, ;!n 1, ,~ ]Z_1+,