Elya Zazovskaya

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  • 2019-01-03 Insights into the late Holocene vegetation history of the East European forest-steppe: case study Sudzha (Kursk region, Russia) in VEGETATION HISTORY AND ARCHAEOBOTANY
  • 2018-12 Alteration of rocks by endolithic organisms is one of the pathways for the beginning of soils on Earth in SCIENTIFIC REPORTS
  • 2018-07 Morphology, Radiocarbon Age, and Genesis of Vertisols of the Eisk Peninsula (the Kuban–Azov Lowland) in EURASIAN SOIL SCIENCE
  • 2017-12 Human footprints on greenhouse gas fluxes in cryogenic ecosystems in DOKLADY EARTH SCIENCES
  • 2017-08 Discovery of Upper Oligocene–Lower Miocene brown coal deposits (Kosh-Agach formation) in the Dzhazator River valley (Southeastern Russian Altai): Neotectonic and paleogeographical aspects in DOKLADY EARTH SCIENCES
  • 2017-02 Coatings in cryoaridic soils and other records of landscape and climate changes in the Ak-Khol Lake basin (Tyva) in EURASIAN SOIL SCIENCE
  • 2016 Soil-like Patterns Inside the Rocks: Structure, Genesis, and Research Techniques in BIOGENIC—ABIOGENIC INTERACTIONS IN NATURAL AND ANTHROPOGENIC SYSTEMS
  • 2015 Soils of Queen Maud Land in THE SOILS OF ANTARCTICA
  • 2014-09 Absolute chronology of fluvial events in the Upper Dnieper River system and its palaeogeographic implications in GEOCHRONOMETRIA
  • 2014-05 Soils of paleocryogenic hummocky-hollow landscapes in the southern Baikal region in EURASIAN SOIL SCIENCE
  • 2012-10 Endolithic pedogenesis and rock varnish on massive crystalline rocks in East Antarctica in EURASIAN SOIL SCIENCE
  • 2012-08 Radiocarbon pollution and self-purification of humus in chernozems of the East-European plain in 1900–2008 in EURASIAN SOIL SCIENCE
  • 2011-06 Radiocarbon dating of the bronze age bone pins from Eurasian steppe in GEOCHRONOMETRIA
  • 2008-07 Fungal communities in the soils of early medieval settlements in the taiga zone in EURASIAN SOIL SCIENCE
  • 2006-01 Mycological characteristics of the cultural layer of a medieval settlement on soddy calcareous soils in EURASIAN SOIL SCIENCE
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