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The Proceedings of the USSR Academy of Sciences (Russian: Доклады Академии Наук СССР, Doklady Akademii Nauk SSSR, DAN SSSR, French: Comptes rendus de l'Académie des sciences de l'URSS) was a Soviet journal (ISSN 0002-3264) dedicated to publishing original, academic research papers in physics, mathematics, chemistry, geology, and biology. It was first published in 1933 and ended in 1992 with volume 322, issue 3.

Today, it is continued by Doklady Akademii Nauk (ISSN 0869-5652).

Contents

History

Six issues numbered 1-6 were published during its first year, 1933. In the next year, four volumes numbered 1-4 were published, each having nine issues. Four volumes, each with nine issues, were also published in 1935, but the first two were numbered 1 and 2 whereas the last two were numbered 8 and 9 so as to re-number the seven, previously-published volumes and all future volumes unambiguously[1]. From 1936 to 1947, four volumes of nine issues were published annually like 1935. Five volumes were published in 1948. Then, every year from 1949 until 1992, six volumes of six issues each were published.

From 1933-1935, summaries of the articles and the table of contents were published in Russian (the journal's main language), English, French, and German. Additionally, volumes published in 1935-1947 were issued in multilingual editions in each of the four languages. Later, starting in 1956 and continuing thereafter, English translations of the table of contents were again provided.

Translations

Several journals of translations exist, each containing articles that pertain to a particular subject.

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Doklady of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR. Earth Sciences Sections

This journal, also called Proceedings of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR. Geological Sciences Sections and Proceedings of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR. Geochemistry Sections, was published bimonthly as ISSN 0012-494X. Its first issue, Jan/Feb 1959, through to the July/Aug 1959 issue, was published by Consultants Bureau. The Sept/Oct 1959 to Nov/Dec 1961 issues were published by Consultants Bureau Enterprises. Scripta Technica, Inc then published it from 1962 to 1966. Finally, the American Geological Institute published it from 1967 to 1972.[2]

Doklady. Earth Science Sections

This was published by the American Geological Institute from 1973 to 1985.[3]

Transactions (Doklady) of the USSR Academy of Sciences. Earth Science Sections

This journal, published bimonthy as ISSN 0891-5571, was published by Scripta Technica in cooperation with the American Geological Institute and American Geophysical Union from 1986 to 1993.[4]

Doklady. Botanical Sciences Sections

Its first issue, Jan/Jun 1964, through to the June 1965 issue was called Proceedings of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR. Botanical Sciences Sections and was published by Consultants Bureau Enterprises. Afterward it was published by Consultants Bureau as Doklady. Botanical Sciences Sections (ISSN 0012-4982).

Note that volumes 142-153 (1962-1963) were also called Doklady. Biological Sciences Sections.[5]

Soviet Mathematics

This was published by the American Mathematical Society as ISSN 0038-5573. It contained translations of the mathematics sections of volumes 130-220 (1960-early 1975).

Soviet Mathematics - Doklady

This was published by the American Mathematical Society as ISSN 0197-6788. It first appeared in 1979 as volume 20, and ceased in 1992 with volume 45, issue 1.[6] The journal contained translations of the mathematics sections of volumes 244–322 of DAN SSSR (1979–end).

References

Footnotes

  1. ^ All issues published in 1933 are considered to constitute volume 1 under this re-numbering scheme.
  2. ^ Smithsonian Institution Research Information System's catalog page
  3. ^ SIRIS' catalog page
  4. ^ SIRIS' catalog page
  5. ^ SIRIS' catalog page
  6. ^ "Soviet Mathematics. Doklady". http://www.iac.rm.cnr.it/riviste/smd1.htm. Retrieved 2009-11-18.  

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