Since man first forged metal tools and started farming for his food, thus emerging from the Stone Age, no event in human history has had a greater impact than the Industrial Revolution of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. During that span,...
The last Sochi Economic Forum emphasized that the Russian
business failed to have a full realization of the fact that the world
has changed. It became more Asian. The number of those who
attended the block revolved around economic sanctions...
The world became a multipolar. Regardless of progression of events in Ukraine in future, it developed that the world would never again be unipolar, habitual, with established institutions. The world has changed, and changed with impossible speed....
Passerine birds from two late Pliocene localities, Shaamar in northern Mongolia and Beregovaya in
Transbaikalia (East Russia), represent the first known Neogene fossil assemblages of perching birds from
Asia. A total of 11 families and 15 taxa are...
A new genus and two new species of ducks (Aves: Anatidae) from the Middle Miocene Sharga
locality are described. Mioquerquedula minutissima gen. et sp. nov. is a very small duck. Anas velox Milne
Edwards, 1868 from the Middle Miocene of France is...
A partial synsacrum of a primitive bird from the Zenge Kurgan 3 locality in the Kyzyl Kum Desert
(Uzbekistan) is described. The vertebrate fauna from this locality is similar to that of the Bissekty Formation
of the Dzharakuduk locality (Central...
Medium sized diving ducks from the Middle Miocene of the Sharga locality (western Mongolia)
are described. Sharganetta mongolica gen. et sp. nov. and Nogusunna conflictoides gen. et sp. nov. are evolutionary more advanced than the thoroughly...
Получен таксономический состав птиц из средне-
миоценового местонахождения Шарга (самого богатого по числу таксонов
Large phasianids from four Miocene and Pliocene localities of Mongolia are reviewed. Lophogal
lus naranbulakensis gen. et sp. nov. from the Middle Miocene of the Naran Bulak locality is described. It
resembles extant Gallus, Lophura, and...