Matveeva Rimma Nikitichna, born 06 February, 1942 in the city of Kansk, Krasnoyarsk Krai, Russia (former USSR). Graduated from the Siberian Institute of Technology (at the present time – M. F. Reshetnev Siberian State Aerospace University), Faculty of Forestry, with a specialty Engineer of Forestry (1965), postgraduate studies at the Department of Forest Crops Siberian Institute of Technology (1971). Candidate (PhD) (1974), and Doctor (1994) of Agricultural Sciences in Forest Planting, Selection, Seed Growing, and Settlement Gardening (1994). DSc. thesis: «Osobennosti Khraneniya Semyan, Vyraschivaniya Posadochnogo Materiala i Sozdaniya Kultur Tselevogo Naznacheniya Sosny Sibirskoi» (The Pecularities of Seed Storage, Growing of Plant Material and Creating Crops of the Siberian Stone Pine), Yoshkar-Ola, 1994 (in Russian). Professor (1990) for the Department of Selection and Landscape Gardening, Faculty of Forestry, M. F. Reshetnev Siberian State Aerospace University (1994), Academician of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences (RANS) (1995), the Honored Forester of the Russian Federation (1998), the Honored Employee of Higher Education of the Russian Federation» (2005). Specialist in forest genetics, forest seed production. Author and co-author of more than 508 papers, and 30 books. Some of them: «The Features of Cultivation of the Coniferous Tree Species Plant Material and Forest Crops in the Eastern Siberia», Krasnoyarsk, 1997 (in Russian); «Fruiting and Biochemical Composition of Different Varieties of Vs. M. Krutovsky Apple Tree Collection», Krasnoyarsk, 1999 (in Russian); «The Features of Long-Term Storage of the Siberian Stone Pine Seeds», Krasnoyarsk, 2001 (in Russian); «Variability, Selection of Seed Progeny Ecotypes, Plus Trees and Formation of the Stone Pine Plantation Crops in Krasnoyarsk City Suburban Area», Krasnoyarsk, 2006 (in Russian); «Variability of Seed and Vegetative Progeny of the Siberian Stone Pine Plus Trees in Siberia», Krasnoyarsk, 2013 (in Russian).
Total eLibrary.ru citations – 315; eLibrary.ru Hirsh index – 5.