Avrova Ada Fedorovna, born 28 July 1968. Graduated from the Siberian Institute of Technology (at the present time – M. F. Reshetnev Siberian State Aerospace University), Faculty of Forestry, with a specialty «Forestry Engineer» (1992). Candidate of Biological Sciences (PhD) in «Ecology» (2003). Research Scientist for the Laboratory of Forest Phytocenology at V. N. Sukachev Institute of Forest, Russian Academy of Sciences, Siberian Branch. The main research interests – bog Scots pine types of sites, needle-leaf analysis, morphogenetic diversity and classification of forest litter in the wetlands. Author and co-author of more than 60 scientific publications, including 14 papers in peer-reviewed journals. Some of them: «Formalized analysis of associativity of morphogenetic types and humus condition of ground litter in marsh birch forests» In «Contempor. Probl. Ecol.», 2013; «Geostatistical analysis of the spatial variation of the ash reserves in the litter of bog birch forests in Western Siberia» In «Euras. Soil Sci.», 2014; «Spatial structure of acid properties of litter in the succession row of swamp birch woods» In «Biol. Bull.», 2014..