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Lebedintsev in Kamchatka, Chukotka and the Okhotyskoye Sea coast; from 1984 to 1987 I took part in expeditions under Leonid Khlobystin on Vaigach Island and the Bolshezemelskaya tundra; and in 1988 (after Khlobystin passed on) I participated in the expedition of Oleg Ovsyannikov (in Pustozyorsk, and the lower reaches of the Pechora River) where I had an independent goal of finding Stone Age artifacts. Since 1989 I have conducted independent studies: from 1989 through the 1990s, the first excavations of the Zhokhov site (one of the most ancient Stone Age monuments in the high-latitude Arctic) on Zhokhov Island (part of the New Siberian Islands at 76 degrees north latitude); in 1991 I worked on Wrangel Island (under the research project on its paleogeography in cooperation with Sergei Vartanyan); and in 1993, 1994, and 1997 I took part in Russian-German expeditions on the Laptev Sea system project conducted by the Arctic and Antarctic Research Institute (AARI) in St.

It was eventually upgraded to take 700-tonne barges in 1983, but the scheme was a little too late, as an anticipated rise in commercial traffic did not occur.

Members of the Faculty of Biology of the Lomonosov Moscow State University have studied arctic ground squirrels in the Indigirka river basin, and found that their relatives now inhabit Kamchatka.

The scientists have shared the research results in an article published in Scientific Reports.

Since 1977 and up to the present time I have taken part in expeditions in various parts of the Arctic and the northern areas of the Russian Far East and conducted independent studies of these regions.