Russian Journal of Marine Biology, Vol. 27, No. 3, 2001, pp. 192–194. Original Russian Text Copyright © 2001 by Biologiya Morya, Korn. MARINE BIOLOGISTS O. M. Korn Institute of Marine Biology, Far East Division, Russian Academy of Sciences, Vladivostok, 690041 Russia water bodies, and as a zoologist-taxonomist, studying the systematics of cirripedes collected throughout the world. In the 1950–1960s, Zevina was involved with the problems of the fouling of vessels and hydraulic struc- tures in the Barents, White, Caspian, Black, and Azov seas. In the early period, she published papers on mol- lusks, polychaetes, bryozoans, and some other marine organisms involved in fouling. About 20 papers deal with fouling in the Caspian Sea, the role of shipping and species-intruders in the development of the fauna of the Caspian Sea. As a result of these studies, she pre- pared a Ph.D. Dissertation “Obrastaniya sudov i gidrotekhnicheskikh sooruzhenii na Kaspiiskom more” (Fouling of Vessels and Hydraulic Structures in the Caspian Sea), which she defended in 1958. At the same time, in 1957, she published in the series “Fauna SSSR” (Fauna of the USSR), in co-authorship with Tarasov, the identiﬁcation keys “Usonogie raki morei SSSR” (Cirripede Crustaceans of USSR Seas). Being a
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