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Sedykh Vladimir Nikolaevich

Sedykh Vladimir Nikolaevich

Sedykh Vladimir Nikolaevich, born 10 June, 1935, in the village of MaksimovkaMaksimovskiy village CouncilPonomaryovsky DistrictOrenburg OblastSoviet Union (since 1992 – Russia). Graduated from Kharkov Agricultural Institute (at the present time – Kharkiv National Agrarian University named after V. V. Dokuchaiev), Faculty of Forestry, in the city of KharkivKharkiv OblastUkraine (former Soviet Union) (1957). Candidate of Biological Sciences (PhD) in Botany (1974), Doctor of Biological Sciences (DSc) in Ecology and Forest Science and Silviculture; Forest Fires and Fire Fighting (1990). PhD thesis: "Dinamika Kedrovykh Lesov Srednetaezhnogo Priob'ya (Tyumenskaya Oblast')" (Dynamics of the Siberian Stone Pine Forests of the Middle Taiga Priob'e (Tyumen Oblast), Sverdlovsk (4 Sept., 1991 the city of Sverdlovsk regained its historical name Yekaterinburg), Inst. Plant & Animal Ecol., Ural Sci. Center USSR Acad. Sci. (at the present time – Inst. Plant and Animal Ecol., Rus. Acad. Sci., Ural Br.), 1974 (in Russian). DSc thesis: "Aerokosmicheskie Metody Monitoringa Lesnogo Pokrova Zapadnoy Sibiri" (Aerospace Methods of Monitoring Forest Cover of the Western Siberia), Krasnoyarsk, V. N. Sukachev Inst. For. and Timber, Sib. Br., USSR Acad. Sci. (since 1992 – V. N. Sukachev Inst. For., Rus. Acad. Sci., Sib. Br.), 1990 (in Russian). Leading Research Scientist for the West-Siberian Department of V. N. Sukachev Institute of Forest, Rus. Acad. Sci., Sib. Br., Fed. Res. Center Krasnoyarsk Sci. Center, Rus. Acad. Sci., Sib. Br., in the city of Novosibirsk, Russia (2003-present). Expert in studying the structure and dynamics of the Siberian forests. PI and CoPI for numerous research and industrial expeditions in Central Asia, Siberia, the Far East, in the United States, Alaska, the Great Lakes, and in the Appalachian Mountains. Author and co-author of more than 130 papers, 10 books and 4 manuals. Some of them: "Formation of the Siberian Stone Pine Forests at Near Ob' River Area", Novosibirsk, Nauka, 1979 (in Russian); Remote Sensing Studies of landscpases", Novosibirsk, Nauka, 1987 (in Russian); "Aerokosmicheskiy Monitoring Lesnogo Pokrova" (Aerospace Monitoring of Forest Cover), Novosibirsk, Nauka, 1991 (in Russian with English summary); "Forests of the Western Siberia and Oil and Gas Complex", Moscow, Ekologiya, 1996 (in Russian with English summary); "Manual for Management of the State Forest Shelterbelts", Moscow, Ministry of Natural Resources and Ecology of the Russian Federation, 1996; "Sustainability of Woody Plants to Drilling Wastes", Novosibirsk, Nauka, 2009 (in Russian with English summary); "Paradoxes in Solving Environmental Problems in Western Siberia", Novosibirsk, Nauka, 2005 (in Russian); "Guidelines for recultivation of mud sumps without their land filling on the forest fund lands in the middle taiga subzone of the Western Siberia", Moscow, Ministry of Natural Resources and Ecology of the Russian Federation, 2006; "Lesa Yuga Gor Appalachi" (Forests of the Southern Appalachian Mountains), Novosibirsk, Nauka, 2007 (in Russian with Englishh summary); "Lesoobrazovatelnyi Proscess" (Forest Forming Process), Novosibirsk, Nauka, 2009 (in Russian with English abstract); "Taksatory i Bichi" (Forest Surveyors and Vagrants), Novosibirsk, Nauka, 2012 (in Russian); "Dinamika Ravninnykh Kedrovykh Lesov Sibiri" (Dynamics of the Plain Stone Pine Forests of Siberia), Novosibirsk, Nauka, 2014 (in Russian); "Geneticheskaya Tipologiya Lesov v Reshenii Zadach Sovremennogo Lesovodstva" (Genetic Forest Typology in Solving Tasks of Contemporary Silviculture), Novosibirsk, Nauka, 2016 (in Russian);

E-mal: tayga-eko@yandex.ru

Papers in eLibrary.ru (Rus. Sci. Cit. Index) – 58

Total eLibrary.ru Citations – 477; eLibrary.ru Hirsch Index – 8

Papers in Scopus – 5

Total Scopus Citations – 4; Scopus Hirsh Index – 1

Papers in Web of Science Core Collection 5

Total Web of Science Core Collection Citations 4

Web of Science Core Collection Hirsh Index 1

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