Konstantin Dmitrievich Glinka (1867–1927) was a prominent Russian soil scientist. He was Director of the Agricultural College of Leningrad and Experimental Station, and the first director of the Dokuchaev Soil Science Institute. He authored over 150 works on soil, geography, mineralogy, and geology. He is known for having published the first world soil map in 1906.
Konstantin Dmitrievich Glinka
|Born||June 23, 1867|
|Died||November 2, 1927 (60 years old)|
|Alma mater||Saint Petersburg State University|
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