Russian Journal of Ecology, Vol. 36, No. 3, 2005, pp. 216–217. Translated from Ekologiya, No. 3, 2005, pp. 239–240. Original Russian Text Copyright © 2005 by Bol’shakov, Gorchakovskii, Pozolotina, Pokarzhevskii, Zaitsev, Gongal’skii. OBITUARIES Dmitrii Aleksandrovich Krivolutskii (October 4, 1939–October 30, 2004) began the life of the researcher on the Caucasian Geo- logical Expedition of Moscow State University, on which his parents and many other outstanding geolo- gists and geographers worked in that period: geography was thus predetermined to become his second main ﬁeld of interest (after biology). In 1957, Krivolutskii entered the Faculty of Biology and Soil Science of Moscow State University, where he majored in inverte- brate zoology at the department headed by Academi- cian L.A. Zinkevich. Years of training in the Depart- ment of Invertebrate Zoology, where marine fauna was a traditional ﬁeld of interest, left a lasting imprint on Krivolutskii. Even before Krivolutskii graduated, how- ever, he began his studies on oribatid mites, the terres- trial arthropods that remained the main object of Kriv- olutskii’s research throughout his life; in this ﬁeld, Krivolutskii made a number of discoveries that are now considered classical. Krivolutskii graduated from Mos- cow State University in 1962 and joined the Institute
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