Ilyinskaya N.G.,Kamchatka State University
European Journal of Science and Theology | Year: 2015
The aim of the article is to analyze the words-members of gender-species group „Denotations of wooden fishing gears in Kamchadal‟s dialects from the point of view of systematic and structure‟. There are some proofs of graduated character of gender-species relationships in the article, the semantic structure of common Russian and dialect lexemes, their differential and motivational features were defined. Due to the research we can state that the characteristic features for the studied group are synonymy, polysemy and diverse variance. © 2015 Ecozone, OAIMDD. All rights reserved.
SheVtsoV B.M.,Russian Academy of Sciences |
CherneVa N.V.,Russian Academy of Sciences |
Vodinchar G.M.,Kamchatka State University
Proceedings of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering | Year: 2014
Data on March 2013 were used to Verify the theory of whistler propagation along a magnetic field tube, from which the recorded whistlers are expected to be associated with lightning discharges in Kamchatka and in magnetically conjugate point in Australia. When comparing the whistler rates recorded at AWDANet station in Kamchatka with lightning discharge rates according to the data of the World Wide Lightning Location Network, it was determined that the intensity highest Values are associated with lightning in magnetically conjugate points. At the same time there were some small splashes in the intensity which clearly correlated with the actiVity of American and African sources. Some splashes may be associated with the actiVity in all thee sources in America, Africa and Indonesia. © 2014 SPIE.
Smetanin A.N.,Kamchatka State University
Contemporary Problems of Ecology | Year: 2013
The discovery of the bark beetle Dryocoetes krivolutzkajae Mandelshtam, 2001 (Scolytidae) on Verkhoturova Island (Bering Sea, Northeastern Kamchatka) in the roots of Rhodiola rosea L. (Crassulaceae) is reported. This is the first and only bark beetle of tundra forestless landscapes; the species is classified as an endemic of Kamchatka and Russia in general. © 2013 Pleiades Publishing, Ltd.
Khokhlova I.N.,Kamchatka State University
Life Science Journal | Year: 2014
The process of globalization in modern world has affected all spheres of our life - politics, economy and culture. To realize these processes people should have a common means of communication - a lingua franca. The English language has become this lingua franca due to many reasons, as about 1,5 billion people speak English today. This article deals with the relationship of Lingua Franca English and Euro-English and the adequacy of lingua franca to represent the sociolinguistic situation in Europe.
Zavyalova S.V.,Kamchatka State University
Journal of Internet Banking and Commerce | Year: 2016
Studying the issues of implementation of financial support of tour operator activities in the Russian Federation, which have so far impeded the guaranteeing of protection of rights and legitimate interests of Russian tourists at a proper level, allows to formulate practical recommendations and suggestions for improvement of Russian legislation in order to enhance the efficiency of legal regulation of tourism field and protection of rights and legitimate interests of Russian citizens. The article presents a comparative study of the Russian financial guarantee institution and its foreign analogues, defines the causes of emergence of the institution of financial support of tour operator activities in Russian legislation and imposition of a prohibition on tour operator activities. We have come to the conclusion that acknowledgment of financial support of tour operator activities as financial guarantees of tour operator’s liability. Analysis of current Russian legislation allowed to detect its contradictions and develop practical recommendations for improvement of Russian tourism legislation. In particular, it allowed to draw a conclusion of the need to eliminate the non-conformance of standards of article 17.6 of the Federal law NO 132-FZ “On foundations of tourist activity in the Russian Federation” (“Tourist activity law” further on) issued on 24.11.1996 to the standards of item 1 of article 48; item 1 of article 53; item 1, item 3 of article 56; article 402 of the Civil code of the Russian Federation (part one); federal law № 51-FZ issued on 30.11.1994 (the Civil code of the Russian Federation). © Svetlana Valeryevna Zavyalova, 2016.