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Dymov Alexey Alexandrovich

Dymov Alexey Alexandrovich

Dymov Alexey Alexandrovich, born 19 April, 1981, in the rural locality of Yakun'yol'Priluzsky DistrictKomi RepublicSoviet Union (since 1992 – Russia). Graduated from Pitirim Sorokin Syktyvkar State University, Faculty of Chemistry and Biology (at the present time – Institute of Natural Sciences), with a specialty in Chemistry, qualification Chemist, in the city of SyktyvkarKomi Republic, Russia (2003). Candidate (PhD, 2007), and Doctor (DSc, 2018) of Biological Sciences in Ecology and Soil Science. PhD thesis: «Izmenenie Pochv v Proscesse Estestvennogo Lesovosstanovleniya (na Primere Podzolov Srednei Taigi, Sformirovannykh na Dvuchlennykh Otlozeniyakh» (Change of Soils Through Natural Forest Regeneration (by the Example of Middle Taiga Podzols, Formed on Two-Term Deposits), Syktyvkar, 2007 (in Russian). DSc thesis: «Pochvy Poslerubochnykh, Postpirogennykh i Postagrogennykh Lesnykh Ekosistem Severo-Vostoka Evropeyskoy Chasti Rossii» (Soils of Post-Cutting, Post-Pyrogenic and Post-Agrogenic Forest Ecosystems in the Northeast of the European Part of Russia), Moscow, Lomonosov Moscow St. Univ., 2018 (in Russian). Leading Research Scientist for the Department of Soil ScienceInstitute of Biology, Komi Rep. Sci. Centre, Rus. Acad. Sci., Ural Br., in the city of Syktyvkar, Komi RepublicRussia (2018-present). Specialist in forest soil science and soil chemistry. PI for scientific projects related to the study of the effects of logging and fires on forest ecosystems of the European North of Russia. Author and co-author of more than 170 scientific publications. 


Papers in (Rus. Sci. Cit. Index) – 167

Total Citations – 906; Hirsh Index – 18


Papers in Scopus – 23

Total Scopus Citations – 148; Scopus Hirsh Index – 8

Papers in Publons – 25

Total Publons Citations – 142; Publons Hirsh Index – 8

Papers in Web of Science Core Collection – 22

Total Web of Science Core Collection Citations – 133

Web of Science Core Collection Hirsh Index – 8

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