Mirali Seyidali oglu Qashqai (Azerbaijani: Mirəli Seyidəli oğlu Qaşqay, January 7, 1907 in Ganja – April 23, 1977 in Baku), was an eminent Azerbaijani and Soviet geologist, author of multitude works in the sphere of geomorphology and stratigraphy. Honorary member of Mineralogical Society, chairman of Azerbaijani department of the Society, full member of the National Academy of Sciences of the Azerbaijan SSR.

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  • Ми́р-Али́ Кашка́й (азерб. Mirəli Seyidəli oğlu Qaşqay; 7 января 1907, Гянджа — 23 апреля 1977, Баку) — выдающийся азербайджанский и советский геолог, автор множества трудов в области геоморфологии и стратиграфии. Почетный член Минералогического общества, председатель Азербайджанского отделения Общества, действительный член Академии Наук Азербайджанской ССР. Является одним из создателей азербайджанской научной школы в области геолого-минералогических наук, был руководителем отдела геохимии и минералогии рудных месторождений института геологии Академии Наук Азербайджана. Важнейшие работы Мир Али Кашкая посвящены петрологии и минералогии Азербайджана.
  • Mirali Seyidali oglu Qashqai (Azerbaijani: Mirəli Seyidəli oğlu Qaşqay, January 7, 1907 in Ganja – April 23, 1977 in Baku), was an eminent Azerbaijani and Soviet geologist, author of multitude works in the sphere of geomorphology and stratigraphy. Honorary member of Mineralogical Society, chairman of Azerbaijani department of the Society, full member of the National Academy of Sciences of the Azerbaijan SSR. He was one of the founders of scientific school in the sphere geologo-mineralogical sciences and he was the supervisor of geochemistry and mineralogy of ore departments of Geology Institute of the National Academy of Sciences of Azerbaijan. Most important works of Mir Ali Gashgai were dedicated to petrology and mineralogy of Azerbaijan. Qashqai studied the iron-cobalt and alunite deposits of Dashkesan and discovered the deposits of obsidian and perlite in Kalbajar (together with A. Mammadov). Together with S. Aliyev, he compiled the geothermic map of Azerbaijan and proposed the theory of volcanic origin of Caucasian pyrite and chalcopyrite instead of the intrusive one. Following the landfall of Yardymly meteorite in 1959 he led the examination of its chemical and physical properties.
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  • Mirali Seyidali oglu Qashqai (Azerbaijani: Mirəli Seyidəli oğlu Qaşqay, January 7, 1907 in Ganja – April 23, 1977 in Baku), was an eminent Azerbaijani and Soviet geologist, author of multitude works in the sphere of geomorphology and stratigraphy. Honorary member of Mineralogical Society, chairman of Azerbaijani department of the Society, full member of the National Academy of Sciences of the Azerbaijan SSR.
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