Rysyukov Ivan Lazarevich

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 ).  Moika embankment, 120.



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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