Dugarjav Chultemiyn, born 1 September, 1946 in Mongolia. Graduated from A. А. Zhdanov Leningrad State University (at the present time – Saint Petersburg State University), Faculty of Biology and Soil (at the present time – Faculty of Biology), with a specialty in Biology, qualification Biologist, in the city of Leningrad (06 Sept., 1991 Leningrad renaimed to Saint Petersburg), Soviet Union (since 1922 – Russian Federation) (1970). Candidate of Agricultural Sciences (PhD) in Forest Science and Silviculture; Forest Fires and Fire Fighting (1980), Doctor of Agricultural Sciences in Forest Science and Silviculture; Forest Fires and Fire Fighting, and in Ecology (1995). PhD thesis: "Estestvennoe Vozobnovlenie Listvennitsy Sibirskoy v Lesakh Khangaya Mongol'skoy Narodnoy Respubliki" (Natural Regeneration of the Siberian Larch in the Khangai Forests of the Mongolian People Republic), Krasnoyarsk, V. N. Sukachev Inst. For. and Timber, Sib. Br. of the USSR Acad. Sci. (since 1992 – V. N. Sukachev Inst. For. Rus. Acad. Sci., Sib. Br.), 1980 (in Russian). DSc thesis: "Listvennichnye Lesa Mongolii" (Larch Forests of Mongolia), Krasnoyarsk, V. N. Sukachev Inst. For. Rus. Acad. Sci., Sib. Br., 1995 (in Russian). Professor (1997), Academician (2006), Scientific Advisor for the Mongolian Academy of Sciences (since 2008 to present time) at the Institute of General and Experimental Biology, Mongol. Acad. Sci.. Chair on Scientific Research for the Mongolian side of the Joint Russian-Mongolian Complex Biological Expedition of the Russian Academy of Sciences, and Mongolian Academy of Sciences, in the city of Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. PI and CoPI for many international research projects on forest ecosystem, desertification and degradation of steppe pastures. Expert in forest ecology, forest natural regeneration and steppe afforestation. Author and co-author of more than 300 papers and 25 books. The main are: "Forests of Mongolia", Novosibirsk, Moscow, Nauka, 1978, 1980, 1983, 1988 (in Russian); "Natural Regeneration of Siberian Larch in the Forests of Mongolia", 1983 (in Russian); "Larch Forests of Mongolia", Krasnoyarsk, 2006 (in Russian with summary in English); "Larch Forests of Mongolia", Ulaanbaatar, 2006 (in Mongolian).
Papers in Scopus – 9
Total Scopus Citations – 438; Scopus Hirsh Index – 5
Total Web of Science Core Collection Citations – 36
Web of Science Core Collection Hirsh Index – 2