Kovalev Alexander Petrovich
Kovalev Alexander Petrovich, born 15 September 1951, in the village of Sandagou (Chin. San'-da-gou – "third big valley", in 1972 renaimed to villlage of Bulyga-Fadeevo), Chuguyevsky District, Primorsky Krai, Soviet Union (since 1992 – Russia). Graduated from Primorsky State Academy of Agriculture (PSAA), Faculty of Forestry (at the present time – Forestry Institute) (1977), in the city of Ussuriysk, Primorsky Krai, Soviet Union (since 1992 – Russia). Candidate (PhD, 2000) and Doctor (DSc, 2004) of Agricultural Sciences in Forest Science and Silviculture, Forest Fires and Fire Fighting. PhD thesis «Ekologo-Lesovodstvennye Osnovy Optimizascii Rubok Glavnogo Polzovaniya v Lesah Dalnego Vostoka» (Ecology-Silvicultural Principles for Optimization of Final Cut in Forests of the Far East), Ussuriysk, Primorsky St. Acad. Agr., 2000 (in Russian); DSc thesis: «Lesovodstvenno-Ekologicheskie Osnovy Ustoichivogo Lesopolzovaniya na Dalnem Vostoke» (Silvicultural-Ecological Principles for Sustainable Forest Use in the Far East), Ussuriysk, Primorsky St. Acad. Agr., 2004 (in Russian). The Honored Forester of the Russian Federation (2004), Professor of Forest Science, Silviculture, Forest Planning & Forest Inventory (2012), Leading Research Scientist for the Department of Silviculture and Logging Operations, Far East Forestry Research Institute, in the city of Khabarovsk, Khabarovsk Krai, Russia. Main research interests in forest science, silviculture, protection of forests from fires, ecologization of forest use, development of logging methods and environment saving harvesting technologies. Supervised 5 PhD students. Author and co-author of more than 150 scientific publications.
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