Glinka, KonstantinDimitrievich (1867–1927)A Russian soil scientist who worked at the University of St Petersburg. Glinka was a student of Dokuchaev and developed and organized his work. He was responsible for the soil surveys of most of European Russia and of Siberia. His book Soil Science was first published in 1908.
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