Debkov Nikita Mikhailovich
Debkov Nikita Mikhailovich, born 24 January, 1987. Graduated from Tomsk State University (at the present time – National Research Tomsk State University) Institute of Biology, Ecology, Soil Science, Agriculture and Forestry (Institute of Biology) Department of Forestry and Landscape Architecture (2009). Candidate of Agricultural Sciences (PhD) in Forest Science, Forestry, Forest Planning and Forest Inventory (2013). PhD thesis: "Lesovodstvennaya Otsenka Prirodnogo Potentsiala Formirovaniya Tselevykh Nasazhdenii iz Podrosta v Yuznoi Taige Zapadnoi Sibiri" (Silvicultural Assessment of Natural Potential on Forming Special Purpose Stands from Undergrowth in Southern Taiga of Western Siberia), Moscow, 2013 (in Russian). Research Scientist for the Laboratory of Monitoring of Forest Ecosystems, Institute of Monitoring of Climatic and Ecological Systems, Russian Academy of Sciences, Siberian Branch (since 2015) in the city of Tomsk. Expert in silviculture, forestry and forest inventory. PI and CoPI for eight projects on study natural potential of forest ecosystems' reproduction and sustainable forest management. Author and co-author of more than 40 scientific publications, including two books. Some of them: "Kompleksnaya Oscenka Formirovaniya Dendroscenozov iz Sokhranennogo Podrosta" (Complex Evaluation of Dendrocoenoses' Formation from the Conserved Undergrowth), Lambert Academic Publ., Saarbrücken, Germany, 2014 (in Russian); "Priposelkovye Kedrovniki Yuga Zapadno-Sibirskoi Ravniny: Istoriya i Sovremennoe Sostoyanie, Rekomendascii po Ustoichivomu Upravleniyu (na Primere Tomskoi Oblasti)" (The Siberian Stone Pine Stands Near Settlements in the South of West Siberian Plain: The History and Current Status, Recommendations for Sustainable Management (on the Example of Tomsk Oblast)), Moscow, WWF Russia, 2014 (in Russian); "The Siberian Stone Pine Stands Near Settlements in Tomsk Region. Problems of Sustainable Forest Use" In "Sibirskij Lesnoj Zurnal" (Sib. J. For. Sci.), 2014 (in Russian with English abstract).
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