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7 INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATION A very important part of research eorts is international scienti®c collaboration. During the period before the Iron Curtain came down, when communication between Soviet and Western scientists was not easy, Kondratyev contributed to the exchange of scienti®c ideas both by inviting key Western scientists to St. Petersburg (Leningrad as it was then known) and also by his own participation in the activities of various international bodes, such as the World Meteorological Organization (WMO), the International Astronautical Federation (IAF), and the International Radiation Commission (IRC).
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