Alexander Chizhevsky

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Alexander Leonidovich Chizhevsky (Russian: Алекса́ндр Леони́дович Чиже́вский) (7 February 1897 – 20 December 1964) was a Soviet-era interdisciplinary scientist, a biophysicist.[1] He is most notable for his use of historical research techniques to link the 11-year solar cycle, Earth’s climate and the mass activity of peoples.[1]

His other notable works include "cosmo-biology" and hematology".[2]

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  1. 1.0 1.1 L. V. Golovanov, Alexander Chizhevsky entry in the Great Russian Encyclopedia, Moscow, 2001 edition. See Google.Translate version of the article from the Russian version of the Encyclopedia.
  2. Igho H. Kornblueh, In memoriam Alexander Leonidovich Tchijevsky , International Journal of Biometeorology, Volume 9,, Number 1, 99, doi:10.1007/BF02187321.

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