Man'ko Yuri Ivanovich
Man'ko Yuri Ivanovich, born November 25th 1931. Graduated from the Siberian Institute of Forest Technology (at the present time – M. F. Reshetnev Siberian State Aerospace University), Faculty of Forestry in the city of Krasnoyarsk (1955). Doctor of Biological Sciences in Botany (1985), Professor (1992), Chief Scientist for the Department of Forest Science, Institute of Biology and Soil Science (at the present time – Federal Scientific Center of Biodiversity of the East Asia Terrestrial Biota), Russian Academy of Sciences, Far-Eastern Branch in the city of Vladivostok, the Honored Forester of the Russian Federation. Specialist in the field of forest ecology and biology, forest ecosystem classification and environmental management. Author and co-author of more than 300 papers, including 11 books. Some of them: "Ayan Spruce", Leningrad, 1987 (in Russian with summary and contents in English), "The Impact of Volcanism on Vegetation", Vladivostok, 1989 (in Russian with English summary and contents), "Spruce mortality in the Light of the Global Decline of Dark Coniferous Forests", Vladivostok, 2001 (in Russian with English summary and contents), "History of Forestry in the Russian Far East (1859-1922)", Vladivostok, 2011 (in Russian with English summary and contents), "Fir Forests of Russia", Moscow, 2012 (in Russian with English summary and contents).