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Bryanin Semyon Vladimirovich

Bryanin Semyon Vladimirovich

Bryanin Semyon Vladimirovich, born 28 January, 1984 in the town of  ZeyaZeysky District, Amur OblastRussia. Graduated from the Far Eastern State Agrarian UniversityFaculty of Agronomy and EcologyDepartment of Ecology, Soil Science and Agrochemistry, with a specialty in Agroecology, qualification Agronomist-Ecologist, in the city of Blagoveshchensk, Amur Oblast, Russia (2006). Candidate of Biological Sciences (PhD) in Ecology (2009). PhD thesis: «Ekologicheskoe Sostoyanie Burykh Lesnykh Pochv v Zone Periodicheskogo Progoraniya Lesov na Amuro-Zeiskoi Ravnine» (Ecological Condition of Brown Forest Soils in Zone of Periodical Burning of Forests at Amur-Zeya Valley), Blagoveshchensk, 2009 (in Russian). Head for the Laboratory of Geoecology, Institute of Geology and Nature Management (IGNM), Russian Academy of Sciences, Far Eastern Branch in the city of Blagoveshchensk, Amur Oblast, Russia (2007). Head of Council of Young Scientists of IGNM. PI for research projects supported by RFBR. Winner of JREX Fellowship Program, Hokkaido University, Sapporo, Japan, (2016). Specialist in forest soil science. Author and co-author of more than 20 papers. Some of them: «Effects of fire-derived charcoal on soil properties and seedling regeneration in a recently burned Larix gmelinii/Pinus sylvestris forest» In «J. Soils and Sediments», 2011; «Pervye Dannye o Vertikalnom Raspredelenii Redkozemel’nykh Elementov v Pochvakh Yuznoi Taigi Dalnego Vostoka» (First Data on Vertical Distribution of Rare Earth Elements in the Soils of Southern Taiga at Far East) In «Doklady Akademii Nauk» (Proc. Rus. Acad. Sci.), 2015 (in Russian with English abstract); «Dwarf pine invasion in an alpine tundra of discontinuous permafrost area: effects on fine root and soil carbon dynamics» In «Trees - Structure and Functioning», 2016; «Fire-derived charcoal affects fine root vitality in a post-fire Gmelin larch forest: field evidence» In «Plant and Soil», 2017; «Fire-derived charcoal might promote fine root decomposition in boreal forests» In «Soil Biol. Biochem.», 2018;


Papers in (Rus. Sci. Cit. Index) – 24

Total citations – 22; Hirsch index – 2.

Papers in Scopus 6

Total Scopus citations – 14; Scopus Hirsh index – 2.

Papers in Web of Science Core Collection 5

Total Web of Science Core Collection citations 13;

Web of Science Core Collection Hirsh index 2.

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