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Malykh Olga Fedorovna

Malykh Olga Fedorovna, born 16 December, 1951. Graduated from Chita Pedagogical Institute (at the present – Transbaikal State University), Faculty of Geography and Biology (at the present time – Faculty of Science, Mathematics and Technology) (1974). Research Scientist (since 2003), Acting Head (since 2015) for the Laboratory of Plant Resources, Institute of Natural Resources, Ecology and Cryology, Russian Academy of Sciences, Siberian Branch in the city of Chita, Zabaykalsky Krai, Specialist in the field of forest ecology. Co-PI for the Eastern Trans-Baikal region research programs «Biosphere Role and Resource Potential of Forest Ecosystems of Siberia. Dynamics of the Structure, Functioning and Reproduction» (2010-2012), and «Dynamics of Bio-Inert Systems of Central Asia in the Context of Climate Change and Anthropogenic Pressure» (2013-2016). Author and co-author of more than 100 scientific publications. Some of them: «Postfire state of woody vegetation in territory Ivano-Arahleyskogo natural park (Trans-Baikal territory)» In «Uspekhi Sovremennogo Estestvoznaniya» (Achievments Contemp. Nat. Sci.), 2015 (in Russian with English abstract); «Birch drying in the localities of gypsy moth mass reproduction in Eastern Zabaikalye» In «Izvestiya Orenburgskogo Gosudarstvennogo Agrarnogo Universiteta» (Bull. Orenburg State Agr. Univ.), 2014 (in Russian with English abstract); «The Argun river basin birch forest degradation as the climatic change indicator» In «Vestnik KrasGAU» (Bull. Krasnoyarsk State Agr. Univ.), 2013 (in Russian with English abstract); «Near-Border and Transboundary Territories of the Asian Russia and the Contiguous Countries (Problems and Prerequisites of Sustainable Development)», Novosibirsk, 2010 (in Russian with English summary and contents); «Atlas of Zabaykalsky Krai», Chita, 2010 (in Russian); «Larch polymorphism in the Khilok river basin (Eastern Zabaikalye)» In «Vestnik KrasGAU» (Bull. Krasnoyarsk State Agr. Univ.), 2010 (in Russian with English abstract).


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Total citations – 147; Hirsch index – 4.

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