IEC SB RAS - Tatiana M. Skovitina

Tatiana M. Skovitina

Scope of expertise

geomorphology, neotectonics, geoheritage and geotourism.

  1. Ufimtsev, G.F., Skovitina, T.M. & Kulchitsky, A.A. (1998). – Rockfall-dammed lakes in the Baikal Region: evidence from the past and prospects for the future. – Natural Hazards, 18, 167–183.
  2. Skovitina, T.M. & Shchetnikov, A.A. (1999). – Lake Sobolinoe. – Priroda, 10, 54–58 (in Russian)..
  3. Skovitina, T.M. (2002). – Dammed lakes of the Sayan-Baikal-Stanovoy mountain region. – Geomorphology RAS (Geomorphologiya), 3, 79-88 (in Russian).
  4. Ufimtsev, G.F., Skovitina, Т.М. & Rezanov I.N. (2004). – Ina's stone garden. – Institute of Geography SB RAS, Irkutsk, 39 pp. (in Russian).
  5. Sklyarov, E.V., Kulagina, N.V., Skovitina, T.M., Fedorovskii, V.S. & Sklyarova, O.A. (2004). – The Late Quaternary “Geyser Valley” in the western flank of the Baikal Rift (Ol’khon Region). – Dokl. Earth Sci., 395(3), 324–327.
  6. Skovitina, T.M. & Sizov, A.V.(2007). – Geoheritage of the Baikal region. – In: Skovitina, T.M. & Shchetnikov, A.A. (eds.): Relief and human activity. – Nauchnyi Mir, 129–147 (in Russian).
  7. Skovitina, T.M. & Fedorovskii, V.S. (2007). – Early Paleozoic collisional structures in the modern elevation pattern of the Olkhon region (Baikal rift system). – Russ. Geol. Geophys., 48(9), 697–706.
  8. Sklyarov, E.V., Skovitina, T.M., Danilova, Yu.V., Ukhova, N.A., Fedorovskii, V.S., Sklyarova, O.A. & Orlova, L.A. (2007). – Hydrothermal activity in the Baikal rift zone: recent hot springs and deposits of paleothermal waters. – Dokl. Earth Sci., 412(1). pp. 101–105.
  9. Lopatin, D.V. & Skovitina T.M. (2008). – Stepped relief of thePriol'khonie and Ol’khon Island in the Western Pribaikalie. – Geomorpology RAS (Geomorfologiya), 4, 83–91 (in Russian).
  10. Francesco, A. & Skovitina, T. (2009). – The principal granitic geomorphosites in the Gallura Region Sardinia, Italy. – Geo-Archeologia, 1, 101–118.
  11. Ufimtsev, G.F., Potemkina, T.G., Skovitina, T.M., Filinov, I.A. & Shchetnikov, A.A. (2009). –The geometric pattern of Lake Baikal's shores. – Geography and Natural Resources, 30(4), 350-354.
  12. Ufimtsev, G.F., Skovitina, T.M., Filinov, I.A. & Shchetnikov, A.A. (2010). – Terrain features of the Priolkhonie region. – Geography and Natural Resources, (314),339-344.
  13. Lopatin, D.V. & Skovitina, T.M. (2011). – Denudation morpholithogenesis of the Priol’khonie (Paper 1. Karst–Denudation relief). – Geomorphology RAS (Geomorfologiya), 1, 58–66 (in Russian).
  14. Lopatin, D.V. & Skovitina T.M. (2011). – Denudation morpholithogenesis of the Priol’khonie (Paper 2. Low hill landscape). – Geomorphology RAS (Geomorfologiya), 2, 85–90 (in Russian).
  15. Skovitina, T., Angelelli, F., Lebedeva, E., Selezneva, E., Shchetnikov, A. & Mikhalev, D. (2011). – Morphologic landscapes, geo-archeological and historical sites of Ethiopia (photo-reporting). – Geo-Archeologia, 1, 19–65.
  16. Skovitina, T.M., Lebedeva, E.V., Shchetnikov, A.A., Selezneva, E.V., Angelelli,F. & Mikhalev, D.V. (2012). – Morphological landscapes of Ethiopia. – Geography and Natural Resources, 33(3), 246-251.
  17. Kotov, A.B., Velikoslavinskii, S.D., Mazurabzov, A.M., Skovitina, T.M., Sorokin, A.P. & Sorokin A.A. (2013). – Structural evolution of the Gonzha Block (Argun–Idermeg Superterrane of the Central Asian Orogenic Belt). – Dokl. Earth Sci., 448(2), 168–171.
  18. Kotov A.B., Mazukabzov A.M., Skovitina T.M., Velikoslavinsky S.D., Sorokin A.A., and Sorokin A.P. (2013). – Structural evolution and geodynamic position of the Gonzha Block, Upper Amur Region. – Geotectonics, 47(5), 351–361
  19. Angelelli, F. & Skovitina, T. (2013). Geomorphological and geoarchaeological aspects of geotourism in the Gallura region (North-Eastern Sardinia, Italia). – Geo-Archeologia, 1, 18–24.
  20. Sklyarov, E.V., Skovitina, T.M., Sklyarova, O.A., Kotov, A.B, Tolmacheva, E.V. & Velikoslavinskii, S.D. (2014). – Late Quaternary high temperature geyserites in the Ol’khon Area, Baikal Rift Zone: petrography, mineralogy, chemical composition, and genesis. – Petrology, 22(6), 536–546.

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