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Sannikov Stanislav Nikolaevich

Sannikov Stanislav Nikolaevich

Sannikov Stanislav Nikolaevich, born 22 October, 1929 in the city of Sverdlovsk (04 Sept., 1991 the city of Sverdlovsk renaimed to Yekaterinburg), Sverdlovsk OblastSoviet Union (since 1992 – Russia), deceased 12 September 2020, in the city of Yekaterinburg, Russia. Graduated (Diploma with Distinction) from the Ural Institute of Forest Engineering (at the present time Ural State Forest Engineering University), Faculty of Forestry (at the present time Institute of Forest and Nature Management), with a specialty in Forestry, qualification Engineer of Forestry, in the city of  Sverdlovsk, Sverdlovsk Oblast, Soviet Union (1952). Candidate (PhD, 1966) and Doctor (DSc, 1987) of Biological Sciences in Ecology, Professor in Ecology. PhD thesis: "Ekologicheskaya Otsenka Vozobnovleniya Sosny v Pripyshminskikh Borakh-Zelenomoshnikakh" (Ecological Assesment of Pine Regeneration in Pripyshminskiy Green Moss Type Pine Forests), Sverdlovsk, Inst. Biol., USSR Acad. Sci., Ural Br., 1966 (in Russian). DSc thesis: "Ekologicheskie i Zonal'no-Geograficheskie Zakonomernosti Estestvennogo Vozobnovleniya Sosny Obyknovennoy: na Primere Ravninnykh Lesov Zaural'ya i Severnogo Turgaya" (Ecological and Zonal-Geographical Specifics of Natural Regeneration of Scotch Pine: on the Example of Plain Pine Forests of Trans-Urals and Northern Turgay), Sverdlovsk, Inst. Plant & Animal Ecol., USSR Acad. Sci., Ural Br., 1987 (in Russian). Chief Scientist for the Group of Geography, Ecology and Genetics of Coniferous Plants, Laboratory of Population Biology of Woody Plants and Forest Dynamics, Botanical Garden, Rus. Acad. Sci., Ural Br., in the city of Yekaterinburg, Sverdlovsk Oblast, Russia. The Honored Ecologist of the Russian Federation (1998). The main research interests in onthogenesis of coniferous, migrations, isolation and genetics of populations, ecology and geography of structure and natural regeneration of dendrocenopopulations, evolutionary pyroecology, dynamic classification and geographic ordination of forest types and biogeocenoses. Author and co-author of more than 300 papers and 7 books. Some of them: "Ekologiya i Geografiya Estestvennogo Vozobnovleniya Sosny Obyknovennoy" (Ecology and Geography of Common Pine Natural Regeneration), MoscowNauka, 1992 (in Russian), "Differentiation of Common Pine Populations", Yekaterinburg, Rus. Acad. Sci., Ural Br., 2003 (in Russian), "Ocherki po Teorii Lesnoy Popyulyatsionnoy Biologii" (Outlines of Theory for Forest Population Biology), YekaterinburgRus. Acad. Sci., Ural Br.2012 (in Russian).


Papers in (Rus. Sci. Cit. Index)  207

Total Citations – 2119; Hirsch Index – 21

Papers in Scopus  40

Total Scopus Citations – 110; Scopus Hirsh Index – 5

Papers in Web of Science Core Collection 40

Total Web of Science Core Collection Citations 138

Web of Science Core Collection Hirsh Index 5

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