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General references on the Neva River and Baltic Sea

 

Works in English

Baltic Marine environment Protection Commission. Baltic Sea Web. No date. “Environmental Conditions in the Baltic Sea Region.”

Kirby, David, and Marja-Lisa Hinkkanen. 2000. The Baltic and North Seas. London and New York: Routledge.

Levchenko, V., and D.Slavynsky. Ecological Database Covering the Eastern Gulf of Finland, Neva Bay, Neva River Waterway and Catchment Area. Laboratory of Mathematical Modeling of Evolution at the Sechenov Institute of Evolutionary Physiology and Biochemistry.

Rybalko, A. E. and N. K. Fedorova. The Neva Bay: geological structure and history of development in Pleistocene-Holocene. NORFA Nordic-Baltic Network.

The Sea and the Cities. A multidisciplinary Project on Environmental History. (Baltic Sea.)

Maria Tysiachniouk, “NGO Projects On Agenda 21 in Russia,” Sustainability Review 8 (December 13, 1999)

 

 

 

 

 

Works in Russian

Eliseeva, I.I., ed. 2001. Sankt-Peterburg 1703-2003: Iubileinyi statisticheskii sbornik. (Anniversary Statistical Collection,) St. Petersburg: Sudostroenie.

Gorbatenko, S. B. 1997. Karty Ingermanlandii I Karelii XVII veka v Shvetsii I Rossii. (Maps of Ingermanland and Karelia from the 17th century in Sweden and Russia.) Kraevedchestkie zapiski, 5: 9-29.

Sementsov, Sergei. 1998. Sistema poselenii shvedskogo vremeni I planirovka Sankt-Peterburga pri Petre I. (Settlement patterns in Swedish times and the planning of Petersburg under Peter I.) In Aleksandr Kobak et al., eds. Shvedy na beregakh Nevy. (Swedes on the banks of the Neva.) Stockholm: Svenska Institutet.

B. P. Usanov.1989. Dialog goroda s morem. (Dialogue between the city and the sea.) Leningrad: Znanie.

On the relationship between river and city

Works in English

Bely, Andrei. 1978. Petersburg. [1922.] Translated by Robert A. Maguire and John E. Malmstad. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.

Boyden, Stephen. “The Human Component of Ecosystems.” 72-77. In Mark J. McDonnell and Steward T.A. Pickett, eds. Humans as Components of Ecosystems. New York: Springer-Verlag, 1993.

Brooks, Andrew. 1988. Channelized rivers: Perspectives for environmental management. John Wiley & Sons.

Collins, James, Ann Kinzig, Nancy Grimm, Willam Fagan, Diane Hope, Jianguo Wu and Borer, Elizabeth. “A New Urban Ecology.” American Scientist 88 (September-October 2000): 416-425.

Essman, Janet . 1992. Urban waters. Conservationist 46.4: 18-23.

Haglund, Karl. 2003. Inventing the Charles River. Cambridge: MIT Press.

Hengeveld H. and C. de Vocht, eds. 1982. Role of Water in Urban Ecology .

Herendeen, Wyman. 1986. From Landscape to Literature: The River and the Myth of Geography. Pittsburgh: Duquesne U. P.

Kaganov, Grigory. 1997. Images of Space: St. Petersburg in the Visual and Verbal Arts. Translated by Sudney Monas. Stanford: Stanford University Press.

Kovalov, Vladimir. N.d. “New attempt to prevent waste from polluting Neva.” St. Petersburg Press. www.sptimes.ru/archive/sppress/79/hewatt.html.

Lincoln, W. Bruce. 2000. Sunlight at midnight: St. Petersburg and the rise of modern Russia. New York: Basic Books.

MacBroom, James Grant. 1998. The River Book. Hartford: Connecticut Dept. of Environmental Protection.

Machlis et al. 1997. The human ecosystem, Part I. Society and Natural Resources 10: 347-67.

Riley, Ann. 1998. Restoring streams in cities. Island Press.

Shushkin, A.A. 1997. “Detection of POPs Emissions in the Waters of St. Petersburg and Leningrad Region.” Proceedings of the Subregional Awareness Raising Workshop on Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs). St. Petersburg: U.N. Environment Programme.

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Works in Russian

Ageeva, O. G. 1999. “Velichaishii I slavneishii bolee vsekh gradov v svete” – Grad sviatogo Petra. Peterburg v russkom obshchestvennom soznanii nachala XVIII veka. (Petersburg in Russian social consciousness in the early 18th century.) Sankt Peterburg: Russko-Baltiiskii informatsionnyi tsentr BLITs.

Antsiferov, N. P. 1991. Dusha Peterburga (The soul of Petersburg, 1922). In his ”Nepostizhimyi gorod…” (“Incomprehensible city”), 24-175. Leningrad: Lenizdat.

Bespiatyx, Iu. N. 1991. Peterburg Petra I v inostrannykh opisaniiakh. Leningrad: Nauka.

Ikonnikov, A.V. 1990. Tysiacha let russkoi arkhitektury. (A thousand years of Russian architecture.) Moscow: Iskusstvo.

Komelova, G. N. 1968. Vidy Peterburga I ego okrestnostei serediny XVIII v. Graviury po risunkam M. Makhaeva. (Views of Petersburg and its environs in the mid-18th century. Engravings from the drawings of M. Makhaev.) L: Sovetskii khudozhnik.

Luppov, S. P. 1957. Istoriia stroitel’stva Peterburga pervoi chetverti XVIII v. (A history of the building of St. Petersburg in the first quarter of the 18th century.) Moscow.

Predtechenskii, A.V. 1948. Peterburg petrovskogo vremeni. Leningrad.

Pyliaev, M. I.1990. Staryyi Peterburg. Moscow: IKPA.

Sementsov, Sergei. 1998. Sistema poselenii shvedskogo vremeni I planirovka Sankt-Peterburga pri Petre I. (Settlement patterns in Swedish times and the planning of Petersburg under Peter I.) In Aleksandr Kobak et al., eds. Shvedy na beregakh Nevy. (Swedes on the banks of the Neva.) Stockholm: Svenska Institutet.

Zakharov, O. N. 1984. Arkhitekturnye panoramy nevskikh beregov. (Architectural panoramas of the banks of the Neva.) Leningrad: Stroiizdat.

 

 

 

 

 

On Floods in St. Petersburg -- works in English

Badkhen, Anna, “Flood season brings dam worries,” St. Petersburg Times, September 24, 1999.

Volkov, Solomon. 1995. St. Petersburg: A cultural history. Translated by Antonina Bouis. New York: Free Press.

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On Floods in St. Petersburg -- works in Russian

Peterburg, XX vek, fragmenty. (About the flood of 1924.)

Sanin, V. T., ed. 1984. Leningrad bez navodnenii. (Leningrad without floods.) Leningrad: Lenizdat.

Usanov, B. P. 1989. Dialog goroda s morem. (Dialogue between the city and the sea.) Leningrad: Znanie.


On Embankments -- works in English

Porter, Dale H. 1998. The Thames Embankment. Environment, Technology and Society in Victorian London. Akron: University of Akron Press.

 

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On Embankments -- works in Russian

Kochedamov, V. I. 1954. Naberezhnye Nevy. (The embankments of the Neva.) Leningrad and Moscow: Gos. Izd. Literatury po stroitel’stvu I arkhhitekture.

Zakharov, O. N. 1984. Arkhitekturnye panoramy nevskikh beregov. (Architectural panoramas of the banks of the Neva.) Leningrad: Stroiizdat.

 

References on Society and River Environment Survey

Brown, Steven R. (1980). Political Subjectivity: Applications of Q-Methodology in Political Science (New Haven, CT; Yale University Press), pp 5-6.

Brown, S. R. and Ungs, T. D. (1970), "Representativeness and the Study of Political Behaviour", Social Science Quarterly, 51, 514-526.

Brown, Steven R., Dan W. Burning and Sally Selden (1999). Q-Methodology In Handbook of Research Methods in Public Administration (N Y, Basel, Hong Kong Marcel Dekker), pp. 599-637
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Deitrick, Sabina (1998). "Examining Community Perceptions to Brownfields Revitalization in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania", paper presented at the 40th annual meeting of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning, Pasadena, California, 5-8 November, 1998.

Gajdamashko Natalia and Dan Durning (1998). "Are the managerial perspectives of Ukrainian public administrators changing? An exploratory study using Q methodology". Proceedings of a conference "Organizational Psychology and Transition Processes in Central and Eastern Europe" at the Inter-University Centre in Dubrovnik, Croatia, pp. 88-98.

Gargan, J. J. and S. R. Brown (1993). "What is to be Done?' Anticipating the Future and Mobilizing Prudence", Policy Sciences, 26:347-359.

Hooker, Ann Mead (1995). "Beliefs Regarding Society and Nature: A Framework for Listening in Forest and Environmental Policy", Advancing the Study of Subjectivity, 11th International Conference on Subjectivity, International Society for the Scientific Study of Subjectivity, University of Illinois at Chicago, October 12—14.

Leopold, A. (1949), A Sand County Almanac and Sketches Here and There Oxford University Press, New York, 224 p.

Luria, A. R. 1979. The making of mind. A personal account of Soviet Psychology M.Cole&S. Cole (Eds). Cambridge, MA: Harward University Press, p. 174.

Naess, A. (1973). The Shallow and the Deep, Long-Range Ecology Movement: A Summary. Inquiry, 16, pp 95-100.

Stephenson, William (1935). "Correlating Persons Instead of Tests", Character and Personality 4, pp 17-24.

Stephenson, W. (1986). "Protoconcursus The Concourse Theory of Communication", Operant Subjectivity, 9, 37-58, 73-96.

 

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On the Bronze Horseman

Works in English

Berman, Marshall. 1988. All that is Solid Melts into Air. New York: Viking Penguin.

Volkov, Solomon. 1995. St. Petersburg: A cultural history. Translated by Antonina Bouis. New York: Free Press.

Weimer, David R. 1966. The city as metaphor. New York: Random House.

 

 

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Works in Russian

Ageeva, O. G. 1999. “Velichaishii I slavneishii bolee vsekh gradov v svete” – Grad sviatogo Petra. Peterburg v russkom obshchestvennom soznanii nachala XVIII veka. (Petersburg in Russian social consciousness in the early 18th century.) St. Petersburg: Russko-Baltiiskii informatsionnyi tsentr BLITs.

Alekseev, Gleb. 1923. Peterburg v stikhotvoreniiakh russkikh poetov (Petersburg in Russian poetry). Berlin: Sever.

Izmailov, N. V. 1978. “Mednyi vsadnik” A. S. Pushkina: Istoriia zamysla I sozdaniia, publikatsii I izucheniia. (A. S. Pushkin’s “Bronze Horseman”: The history of its conception, creation, publication and reception.) In Mednyi vsadnik, by A. S. Pushkin, ed. N. V. Izmailov. Leningrad: Nauka.

Pushkin, Alexander Sergeevich. 1976. Mednyi vsadnik. (The Bronze Horseman, 1833.) In his Izbrannoe, ed. D. D. Blagoi. Moscow: Detskaia literatura.

 

 

 

 

Works relating to the poetics of urban ecology - English

Bely, Andrei. 1978. Petersburg. [1922.] Translated by Robert A. Maguire and John E. Malmstad. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.

Berman, Marshall. 1988. All that is Solid Melts into Air. New York: Viking Penguin.

Collins, James, Ann Kinzig, Nancy Grimm, Willam Fagan, Diane Hope, Jianguo Wu and Elizabeth Borer. “A New Urban Ecology.” American Scientist 88 (September-October 2000): 416-425.

Grimm, Nancy, J. Morgan Grove, Steward Pickett, and Charles Redman. “Integrated Approaches to Long-Term Studies of Urban Ecological Systems.” Bioscience 50.7 (July 2000): 571-584.

Herendeen, Wyman. 1986. From Landscape to Literature: The River and the Myth of Geography. Pittsburgh: Duquesne U. P.

Kroeber, Karl. 1994. Ecological Literary Criticism. New York: Columbia University Press.

Machlis et al. 1997. The human ecosystem, Part I. Soc. Natural Resources 10: 347-67.

Pickett, S. T. A., et al. 2001. Urban ecological systems: Linking terrestrial ecological, physical, and socioeconomic components of metropolitan areas. Annual review of ecological systems 32: 127-57.

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Works relating to the poetics of urban ecology - Russian

Antsiferov, N. P. 1991. Dusha Peterburga (The soul of Petersburg, 1922). In his ”Nepostizhimyi gorod…” (“Incomprehensible city”), 24-175. Leningrad: Lenizdat.

Pushkin, Alexander Sergeevich. 1976. Mednyi vsadnik. (The Bronze Horseman, 1833.) In his Izbrannoe, ed. D. D. Blagoi. Moscow: Detskaia literatura.

On the Summer Garden

Works in English

Dolotova V., Ponomareva V. 1982. Characteristics of soils in Leningrad Summer Garden. Soil Science, N 2.PP 134-138.

Bolotova, G. 1981. Summer Garden. Leningrad. Chudoshnik RSFSR. Leningrad.

Floryan, M. 1996. Garden of the Tsars. Sagapress

Gardens and Parks of Leningrad. 1981. Lenizdat.

Hayden, Peter. 1986. A celebration of water. Landscape Design 162: 19-23.

 

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Works in Russian

Alekseev, Gleb. 1923. Peterburg v stikhotvoreniiakh russkikh poetov (Petersburg in Russian poetry). Berlin: Sever.

Bolotova, G. 1981. Letnii sad. Leningrad. Leningrad: Khhudozhnik RSFSR.

Dubyago, T. 1951. Letnii sad. (Summer Garden.) State Edition on Literature and Architecture.

Gorishina, T. and M. Ignatieva. 2000. Botanical excursions around the city. Chimisdat, St.Petersburg.

Gorlanova, I. 1991. Vegetation of Summer Garden. Master's Dissertation.

Ignat’eva, M. E. 1995. Dekorativnye rasteniia Sankt-Peterburga: Istoriia i sovremennoe sostoianie. (Decorative plants of St. Petersburg: History and present condition.) Biulleten’ glavnogo botanicheskogo sada, 172: 69-76.

Ignatieva, M. 1994. History of the creation and the modern condition of Saint Petersburg Summer Garden/ Lustgarden, 61-63.

Kuznetsova, O.N., B. Ph. Borsin. 1988. Letnii sad i letnii dvorets Petra I. (Summer Garden and Summer Palace of Peter the Great.) Lenizdat.

Malisheva, N.V., I. N. Tichomirova. A. V. Tobias, M.E. Ignatieva, I.I Shavrina. 1995. Complex Botanical Investigation of St. Petersburg University.

Petersburg’s Summer Garden. Vestnik St.Petersburg University. Seria 3, N 3, pp 52-58.

Pushkin, A. 1986.Evgeni Onegin. (Eugene Onegin, 1831.) Moscow.

Summer Garden. Biotechnical, landscape and architectural investigation and inventory of vegetation. 2000. St. Petersburg,

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On Ust-Izhora

 

Works in English

Museums of Leningrad Region.

Nosov, Evgenij. 1996. The river systems of Eastern Europe and their role in the formation of towns and the Russian state. In G. P. Brogiolo, ed. Early medieval towns in the west Mediterranean. SAP Vol. 10. Mantova: Societá Archeologica Padana.

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Works in Russian

Bulkin, V. A. and O. V. Ovsiannikov. 1981. Po Neve I Volkhovu. (Along the Neva and Volkhov Rivers.) Leningrad: Iskussstvo.

On Shlisselburg and Ladoga

 

Works in English

Durham University, U.K. Vikings in Russia.

Information Center of the Finno-Ugric Peoples.

Museums of Leningrad Region.

Tacis Cross-Border Cooperation Project. 2001. Proposal for the establishment of the Ladoga Skerries National Park. Petrozavodsk.

Worldwide Fund for Wildlife (WWF). Ladoga

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Works in Russian

Bulkin, V. A. and O. V. Ovsiannikov. 1981. Po Neve I Volkhovu. (Along the Neva and Volkhov Rivers.) Leningrad: Iskussstvo.

THE SITES
River and City
1. Bronze Horseman
2. Summer Garden
3. Ust-Izhora
4. Shlisselburg