Rysyukov Ivan Lazarevich
(1909-11.09.1941)


Soviet arctic geologist.
Born in the town of Trubchevsk, Bryansk province, in a peasant family.
In 1933 he graduated from the Leningrad Mining Institute, worked at the Arctic Institute. He took part in geological research in Novaya Zemlya, the Northern Urals, Pai-Khoi, Taimyr.
Since the beginning of the war he joined the people's militia. Gone missing under Oranienbaum.

The surname of Rysyukov is immortalized in St. Petersburg on a memorial plaque on the building of the Arctic and Antarctic Research Institute Bering Street, 38, as well as a memorial plaque in the VNIIOkeangeologiya building (formerly NIIGA, assignee of the Mining and Geological Control of the Central Marine Route ). River Moika, 120.

 

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Memorial plaque in the building of VNIIOkeangeologiya

 

A plaque on the building of the AARI


Cape on the Mutafi peninsula on the shores of Lake Taimyr.

 

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