Julia Lajus
Julia Lajus
National Research University Higher School of Econimics
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Strategic Arctic science: national interests in building natural knowledge–interwar era through the Cold War
RE Doel, RM Friedman, J Lajus, S Sörlin, U Wråkberg
Journal of Historical Geography 44, 60-80, 2014
The use of historical catch data to trace the influence of climate on fish populations: examples from the White and Barents Sea fisheries in the 17th and 18th centuries
DL Lajus, JA Lajus, ZV Dmitrieva, AV Kraikovski, DA Alexandrov
ICES Journal of Marine Science 62 (7), 1426-1435, 2005
Typology of historical sources and the reconstruction of long‐term historical changes of riverine fish: a case study of the A ustrian D anube and northern R ussian rivers
G Haidvogl, D Lajus, D Pont, M Schmid, M Jungwirth, J Lajus
Ecology of Freshwater Fish 23 (4), 498-515, 2014
Something old, something new: historical perspectives provide lessons for blue growth agendas
BA Caswell, ES Klein, HK Alleway, JE Ball, J Botero, M Cardinale, M Eero, ...
Fish and Fisheries 21 (4), 774-796, 2020
Coastal Fisheries in the Eastern Baltic Sea (Gulf of Finland) and Its Basin from the 15 to the Early 20th Centuries
J Lajus, A Kraikovski, D Lajus
PLoS One 8 (10), e77059, 2013
Herring fisheries in the White Sea in the 18th–beginning of the 20th centuries: spatial and temporal patterns and factors affecting the catch fluctuations
DL Lajus, YI Alekseeva, JA Lajus
Fisheries Research 87 (2-3), 255-259, 2007
Colonization of the Russian North: a frozen frontier
J Lajus
Cultivating the Colony: Colonial States and their environmental legacies …, 2011
“Foreign Science in Russian Context”: Murman Scientific-Fishery Expedition and Russian participation in early ICES activity”
J Lajus
ICES Marine Science Symposia 215, 64-72, 2002
Atlantic salmon fisheries in the White and Barents sea basins: dynamic of catches in the 17–18th century and comparison with 19–20th century data
DL Lajus, ZV Dmitrieva, AV Kraikovski, JA Lajus, DA Alexandrov
Fisheries Research 87 (2-3), 240-254, 2007
Conceptualizing and utilizing the natural environment: critical reflections from imperial and Soviet Russia
J Oldfield, J Lajus, DJB Shaw
Slavonic & East European Review 93 (1), 1-15, 2015
Melting the glacial curtain: the politics of Scandinavian–Soviet networks in the geophysical field sciences between two polar years, 1932/33–1957/58
J Lajus, S Sörlin
Journal of Historical Geography 44, 44-59, 2014
An ice free Arctic Sea? The science of sea ice and its interests
S Sörlin, J Lajus
Media and the politics of Arctic climate change, 70-92, 2013
Baltic Sea fisheries in previous centuries: development of catch data series and preliminary interpretations of causes of fluctuations
BR MacKenzie, K Awebro, M Bager, P Holm, A Must, B Poulsen, ...
ICES CM 2002/L: 02, 2002
The neva as a metropolitan river of Russia: environment, economy and culture
A Kraikovski, J Lajus
A history of water. Series 2, 339-364, 2010
The second international polar year 1932–1933
C Lüdecke, J Lajus
The history of the international polar years (IPYs), 135-173, 2010
Fisheries at the Estonian Baltic Sea coast in the first half of the 19th century: What can be learned from the archives of Karl Ernst Baer?
J Lajus, H Ojaveer, E Tammiksaar
Fisheries Research 87 (2-3), 126-136, 2007
Status and potential of historical and ecological studies of Russian fisheries in the White and Barents Seas: the case of the Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar)
JA Lajus, DA Alexandrov, YA Alekseeva, RA Davydov, ZV Dmitrieva, ...
Newfoundland: International Maritime Economic History Association, Research …, 2001
Dynamics of fish catches in the eastern Gulf of Finland (Baltic Sea) and downstream of the Neva River during the 20th century
D Lajus, J Glazkova, D Sendek, V Khaitov, J Lajus
Aquatic sciences 77 (3), 411-425, 2015
Sea Fisheries in the Russian North c. 1400–1850
J Lajus, A Kraikovski, A Yurchenko
A History of the North Atlantic Fisheries 1, 41-64, 2009
Environmental history in Russia and about Russia
J Lajus
Environment and History 23 (4), 627-631, 2017
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