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Cherednikova Yuliya Sergeevna

Cherednikova Yuliya Sergeevna

Cherednikova Yuliya Sergeevna, born 29 October, 1935 in the city of Uryupinsk, Uryupinsky District, Volgograd Oblast, Russia. Graduated from Leningrad State University (at the present time – Saint Petersburg State University), Faculty of Geography (at the present time – Institute of Earth Sciences), Department of Botanical Geography (at the present time – а Department of Biogeography and Environmental Protection) (1958). Since 1959 work at V. N. Sukachev Institute of Forest and Timber, Siberian Branch of the USSR Academy of Sciences (at the present time – V. N. Sukachev Institute of Forest, Russian Academy of Sciences, Siberian Branch). Engineer of First Category for the Laboratory of Forest Phytocoenology. Main research interests in geography and typological diversity of the Siberian forests, forest ecosystems. Author and co-author of more than 80 scientific publications, including 5 books and 20 papers in peer reviewed national and international journals. Some of them: «Tipy Lesov Gor Yuznoi Sibiri» (Forest Types of the Southern Siberia Mountains), Novosibirsk, Nauka, 1980 (in Russian); «Sovremennoe sostoyanie lesnykh ekosistem Mongolii i ikh srednemashtabnoe kartografirovanie» (Contemporary status of forest ecosystems in Mongolia and their middle scale mapping) In «Geografiya i Prirodnye Resursy» (Geogr. Nat. Res.), 1996 (in Russian with English summary); «Lesa Basseina Baikala (sostoyanie, ispolzovanie i okhrana)» (Forests of the Baikal Basin (Condition, Use and Protection)), Krasnoyarsk, 2008 (in Russian); «Srednemashtabnoe kartografirovanie ekosistem Vostochnogo Pribaikaliya» (Middle scale mapping of ecosystems in the Eastern Baikal region) In «Geografiya i Prirodnye Resursy» (Geogr. Nat. Res.), 2009 (in Russian with English summary); «Postpyrogenic transformation of soils under Pinus sibirica forests in the southern lake Baikal basin» In «Euras. Soil Sci.», 2012; «Effect of fires on the ecosystems of subtaiga forest-steppe forests in the southwestern Baikal Region» In «Contempor. Probl. Ecol.», 2013.

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