Technologies of Management of the Kama Region Polytypic Water Body Living Systems
Basic Division: Department of Zoology of Vertebrata and Ecology.
Brief Description of Research Activities
Investigation of regularities of hydrofauna formation in the Middle Kama Region water reservoirs, description of dynamic processes in hydrocole populations and communities in polytypic water bodies of the Kama Region.
Selected Publications Characterising Scientific Research Trend
1. Zinovyev E.A., Mandritsa S.A., Baklanov M.A. Regularities of structure, production dynamics and stability of polytypic river and water reservoir ichthyological complexes of the Perm Region // Regional Contest “Russian Foundation for Basic Research – the Urals”. Scientific research results achieved in 2003. Annotative reports / Perm Scientific Centre, the Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Perm, 2004. pp. 179 – 185. (In Russian)
2. Zinovyev E.A. Pollution influence on the water reservoir ichthyofauna // Conditions of hydrological risks in the Perm Region water objects / Perm State University. Perm, 2006. Part 2. pp. 122-146. (In Russian)
3. Zinovyev E.A., Baklanov M.A., Kostitsyna N.V. Ichthyological cadastre and monitoring of the Krasnokamsk Region water bodies // Perm State University. Perm, 2006. 148 p.
4. Dvinskikh S.A., Kitaev A.B., Zinovyev E.A. Conditions of environmental risk formation in artificial water bodies // Annual Report in Ecology. Moscow, 2009. pp. 85 – 87. (In Russian)
5. Zinovyev E.A., Baklanov M.A. Peculiarities of ichthyofauna, environment and toxicology of the Middle Kama Region water reservoirs // Issues in Hydrology and Hydroecology of the Urals. Jubilee symposium book / Perm State University. Perm, 2009. pp. 91 – 97. (In Russian)
The Most Significant Fundamental Research Projects within Scientific Research Trend
The grant of Russian Foundation for Basic Research – the Urals “Regularities of structure, production dynamics and stability of polytypic river and water reservoir ichthyological complexes of the Perm Region”.
The Most Significant Applied Research Projects within Scientific Research Trend, Including Enterprise Orders
2007 – present time – Monitoring of rare and vanishing fish species. Ordered by the Environmental Protection Agency of the Perm Region.
Training of Researchers (programmes for Post-Graduate and Doctoral Courses)
Post-graduate Programme, specialties “Ichthyology” and “Ecology”.
International Scientific and Educational Activities within Scientific Research Trend
Editing of the section for the composite monograph “Rivers of Europe”. London: Elsevier, 2009.