Irina Lyanguzova

Irina Lyanguzova

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Academic degree, academic title: Dr.Sc.

Position: Leading Researcher


Research interests:

  • Influence of aerotechnogenic pollution on mineral composition of plants and soils.
  • Migration of heavy metals in the soil-plant system.
  • Intracenotic heterogeneity of plant and soil cover in communities of northern taiga.
  • Resistance of plants and soils to heavy metal pollution.
  • Seed productivity and seed viability under conditions of heavy metal pollution.

Keywords: Ecology, heavy metals, environmental pollution, components of forest ecosystems, northern taiga, soil-plant system, biomass reserve, seed viability, mineral composition of plants and soils

Education and work experience:

1977 — graduated from the Faculty of Chemistry of Leningrad State University.
1990 — PhD thesis «Accumulation of chemical elements in the ecosystems of pine forests of the Kola Peninsula under conditions of atmospheric pollution» on speciality 03.00.16 V Ecology.
2010 — doctoral thesis «Tolerance of components of forest ecosystems of the north of Russia to aerotechnogenic pollution» on speciality 03.02.08 — Ecology (in biology).

1979 — until now — employee of V.L. Komarov Botanical Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences.

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Selected publications:

Lyanguzova I., Katjutin P. Effects of High and Low Aerotechnogenic Emissions of heavy Metals on Wild Plants. Forests. 2023. 14(8): 1650.

Lyanguzova I.V., Belyaeva A.I., Kataeva M.N., Volkova E.N. Stocks of potentially toxic elements in the ground cover of northern taiga pine forests under aerotechnogenic pollution. Botanical Journal. 2023. 108(11): 1001–1014.

Lyanguzova I.V., Belyaeva A.I. Mosaic Pattern of Soil and Vegetation Cover Stocks in Pine Forests under Conditions of Aerotechnogenic Pollution. Russian Journal of Ecology. 2022. 53(2): 68–82.