Russian Journal of Marine Biology Vol. 26, No. 5, 2000, pp. 378-381. Original Russian Text Copyright 9 2000 by Biologiya Morya, Neiman, Gershanovich, lvanov. MARINE BIOLOGISTS Lev Grigor'evich Vinogradov (November 22, 1909-November 14, 1968) A. A. Neiman, D. E. Gershanovich, and B. G. Ivanov November 22, 1999, would have been the 90th birthday of Doctor of Biological Sciences, Professor Lev Grigor'evich Vinogradov. For about 20 years, Lev Grigor'evich was head of applied industrial hydrobiol- ogy, which studied all aspects of the biology of com- mercial invertebrates, the food base of fishes (plankton, benthos, and the trophic links of fishes), and fishery management. Lev Grigor'evich graduated from Moscow State University (Department of Invertebrate Zoology) in 1931 and joined the Pacific Institute of Fisheries and Oceanography (TINRO), Vladivostok. He dreamed of working in the Russian Far East, a tempting region for Russian scientists. He worked there until 1953, except for the period of the Great Patriotic War (World War II), when he served on the coastal artillery of the Vladivos- tok defense. As far back as his student years, Vinogradov was interested in decapods, and his first publications were devoted to crayfish. It was natural that the Kamchatka king crab, the
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