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Nikita Moiseyev

Nikita Nikolayevich Moiseyev (Russian: Никита Николаевич Моисеев) (23 August 1917 – 29 February 2000) was a prominent Soviet and Russian mathematician, full member of the Soviet and Russian Academies of Sciences.

Nikita Moiseyev.

Moiseyev studied in Green Cross International and became its first President. Nominating him for the 1994 Global 500 Roll of Honour UNEP stated: "He is a member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, whose spectrum of interests and activities brought him from computing military missile trajectories to mathematical modelling of the pernicious effects of a large scale nuclear war, to his current involvement in environmental activities aimed at protecting future generations."

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  • Photo-Archive Nikita Moiseev
  • List of publications by N.N. Moiseev
  • UNEP Global 500 Roll of Honour/Laureates for Environmental Achievement
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