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Prof. Zoya G. Mirzekhanova — Institute of Water and Ecology Problems, Far Eastern Branch, Russian Academy of Sciences (IWEP FEB RAS)

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Name, position in organization Prof. Zoya G. Mirzekhanova, Head of the Laboratory of the Regional Natural Resource Use, Dr. Geogr., Professor
E-Mail lorp@ivep.as.khb.ru
Phone +7-4212-227573, 325755
Fax +7-4212-325755
Web-site http://ivep.as.khb.ru
Department/Unit Laboratory of the Regional Resource Use
Organization Name Institute of Water and Ecology Problems, Far Eastern Branch, Russian Academy of Sciences (IWEP FEB RAS)
Organization Type
  • Research Centre
Organization Address 65, Kim Yu Chen St., Khabarovsk, 680000, Russia
  • RF
Russian Federal District
  • Far Eastern Federal District
Other spheres of competence
  • Strategic research of urban environment
  • Long-term prognosis of catastrophic forest fire dangers
Short description of the organization/department/research team Founded in 1968 IWEP FEB RAS now in the leading environment research institute in the Russian Far East with staff over 124 researchers and engineers. 9 laboratories carry our research in hydrology, hydrogeology, hydroecology, biogeochemistry, ecological biotechnologies, ecology of soils, plants and animals, natural ecosystem microbiology, forest and wetland resources, optimization of natural resource use, urban development. Together with fundamental research in these field IWEP FEB RAS undertakes applied studies of natural and anthropogenic impacts on regional environment, ecological expertise and auditing of various projects. Several IWEP innovations won national and international exhibition medals and diplomas. Laboratory of the Regional Resource Use carries out complex assessment of territory development to work out optimal environment-friendly strategies of territory sustainable development, to select natural resource management priorities and landscapes and nature objects to be conserved due to their ecological stability functions, to set up regulations for human activity in areas to be protected.
Publications on the topic
  • Mirzekhanova Z.G. Regional Environment Policy Specifics of Khabarovsky Krai Development Strategy //Pacific Geology, 2010, v.29, № 2, P.119-125
  • Mirzekhanova Z.G. Cadastre of Tourist Resources in the System of Recreation Nature Resource Management // NАТ Reporter.№ 4 (October – December). 2009. P.34-37
  • Mirzekhanova Z.G. Resource and Ecology Aspect of Timber Industry Performance in Khabarovsky Krai // KrasSАU Reporter, № 1, 2008, P.104-114
  • Mirzekhanova Z.G. Klimina Е.М., Ostroukhov А.V. Fragile Landscapes in the Structure of Khabarovsky Krai Territory Ecological Planning // FEB Reporter. № 1. 2008 P. 74-79
  • Mirzekhanova Z.G. Territory Ecological Carcass and Its Sustainable Development //Ecological Planning and Development. № 2 (3). 2007 P. 25-34
Scientific keywords urban development, sustainable nature resource use, biodiversity, environment conservation, water resources
Participation in EU Framework Programme project NO
FP7 ENV Projects description
Participation in other European programmes projects NO
EU Programmes Projects description
Participation in relevant Russian projects NO
Russian Projects Description
Description of other previous and presernational cooperationent experience in International Cooperation IWEP FEB RAS maintains scientific contacts with scientists from USA, Japan, China, Republic of Korea, Mongolia and other countries; organizes international conferences (Conference ‘Regions of New Development: Resource Potential and Innovation Perspectives’ to be held on September 19–22, 2011 in Khabarovsk) and carries out joint scientific projects and field works mostly with Japanese and Chinese scientists in the spheres of water resources, biodiversity and environment conservation (2005-2010 Japanese-Russian-Chinese Project on the Impact of Human Activity in the Amur River Basin on the Okhotsk Sea Productivity; 2006-2011 Russian-Chinese Transboundary Monitoring of the Amur River; 2010-2011 Russian-Japanese Project on Forest Fire Danger Prognosis)