Vladimir Wiese

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Vladimir Yulyevich Wiese (Владимир Юльевич Визе; 21 February 1886 – 19 February 1954) was a Russian scientist of German descent who devoted his life to the study of the Arctic ice pack.wikipedia
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Vladimir Yulyevich Wiese (Владимир Юльевич Визе; 21 February 1886 – 19 February 1954) was a Russian scientist of German descent who devoted his life to the study of the Arctic ice pack.
Russian scientist Vladimir Vize (1886–1954) devoted his life to study the Arctic ice pack and developed the Scientific Prediction of Ice Conditions Theory, for which he was widely acclaimed in academic circles.

Arctic and Antarctic Research Institute

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Wiese was a member of the Soviet Arctic Institute and an authority on polar oceanography.
Scientists, such as Alexander Karpinsky, Alexander Fersman, Yuly Shokalsky, Nikolai Knipovich, Lev Berg, Otto Schmidt, Rudolf Samoylovich, Vladimir Vize, Nikolai Zubov, Pyotr Shirshov, Nikolai Urvantsev, and Yakov Gakkel have all made their valuable contributions to the work of the AARI.

Malygin (1912 icebreaker)

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In July 1931 Wiese led an expedition on icebreaking steamer Malygin to Franz Josef Land and the northern part of the Kara Sea.
In July 1931, Professor V. Yu. Vize led an expedition on the Malygin to Franz Josef Land and the northern part of the Kara Sea.

Georgy Sedov

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In 1912–14 Wiese went with Georgy Sedov’s expedition on the ship St. Foka to Novaya Zemlya and Franz Josef Land.

Georgiy Sedov (icebreaker)

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Finally the island was discovered on 13 August 1930 by a Soviet expedition led by Otto Schmidt aboard the Icebreaker Sedov under Captain Vladimir Voronin.

Hooker Island

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During this expedition German airship Graf Zeppelin made a rendezvous with icebreaker Malygin at Bukhta Tikhaya in Hooker Island, Franz Josef Land.

Sadko (icebreaker)

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He went into his final expedition in 1937, on Icebreaker Sadko.

Uyedineniya Island

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Soviet polar explorer Professor Vladimir Yulyevich Vize advanced the hypothesis that there was an extensive shallow area and perhaps more undiscovered islands near Uyedinenya.

Vize Island

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The island was named Vize Island, who was at the time aboard the Sedov.
In 1924, oceanographer Vladimir Wiese studied the drift of Georgy Brusilov's ill-fated Russian ship Svyataya Anna when she was trapped on the pack ice of the Kara Sea.

Fyodor Litke (1909 icebreaker)

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This time, captain Dublitsky was in overall charge of the convoy, with captain Nikolay Nikolaev in command of the ship and professor Vladimir Wiese in charge of the scientific programme.

History of Germans in Russia, Ukraine and the Soviet Union

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Vladimir Yulyevich Wiese (Владимир Юльевич Визе; 21 February 1886 – 19 February 1954) was a Russian scientist of German descent who devoted his life to the study of the Arctic ice pack.

Oceanography

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Wiese was a member of the Soviet Arctic Institute and an authority on polar oceanography.

Saint Petersburg State University

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He graduated from the Saint Petersburg University and the University of Göttingen.

University of Göttingen

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He graduated from the Saint Petersburg University and the University of Göttingen.

Novaya Zemlya

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In 1912–14 Wiese went with Georgy Sedov’s expedition on the ship St. Foka to Novaya Zemlya and Franz Josef Land.

Franz Josef Land

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In 1912–14 Wiese went with Georgy Sedov’s expedition on the ship St. Foka to Novaya Zemlya and Franz Josef Land. During this expedition German airship Graf Zeppelin made a rendezvous with icebreaker Malygin at Bukhta Tikhaya in Hooker Island, Franz Josef Land.

Russian Revolution

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After the Russian Revolution Wiese took part in a number of Soviet Arctic expeditions.

Georgy Brusilov

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In 1924 Wiese studied the drift of Georgy Brusilov's ill-fated Russian ship St. Anna when she was trapped on the pack ice of the Kara Sea.

Svyataya Anna

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In 1924 Wiese studied the drift of Georgy Brusilov's ill-fated Russian ship St. Anna when she was trapped on the pack ice of the Kara Sea.

Kara Sea

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In July 1931 Wiese led an expedition on icebreaking steamer Malygin to Franz Josef Land and the northern part of the Kara Sea. In 1924 Wiese studied the drift of Georgy Brusilov's ill-fated Russian ship St. Anna when she was trapped on the pack ice of the Kara Sea.

Soviet Union

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Finally the island was discovered on 13 August 1930 by a Soviet expedition led by Otto Schmidt aboard the Icebreaker Sedov under Captain Vladimir Voronin. After the Russian Revolution Wiese took part in a number of Soviet Arctic expeditions.

Otto Schmidt

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Finally the island was discovered on 13 August 1930 by a Soviet expedition led by Otto Schmidt aboard the Icebreaker Sedov under Captain Vladimir Voronin.

Vladimir Voronin (captain)

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Finally the island was discovered on 13 August 1930 by a Soviet expedition led by Otto Schmidt aboard the Icebreaker Sedov under Captain Vladimir Voronin.

Airship

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During this expedition German airship Graf Zeppelin made a rendezvous with icebreaker Malygin at Bukhta Tikhaya in Hooker Island, Franz Josef Land.