Master of Information Systems and Technology (MIST) degree (2014)
Scope of expertise
Modeling bottom sedimentation processes in the Baikal as in a deep rift lake and natural and anthropogenic risks to ecological system in the Baikal region.
Verkhozina, E.V. & Verkhozina, V.A. (2011). – The use of physicochemical methods in environmental researches. – Bulletin of Irkutsk State Technical University (Vestnik of Irkutsk State Technical University), 9, 41-44 (in Russian).
Verkhozina, V.A., Verkhozina, E.V. & Chudnenko, K.V. (2011). – Biogeochemical processes role in nitrogen balance of Lake Baikal ecosystem. – Water: Chemistry and Ecology. – 12, 3-7 (in Russian).
Verkhozina, V.A., Verkhozina, E.V., Verkhoturov, V.V. & Safarov, A. S. (2014). – Monitoring researches of a microbial community of the littoral zone near the Southern Baikal. – Water: Chemistry and Ecology, 3, 66-70 (in Russian).
Verkhozina, E.V., Verkhozina, V.A., Gonchar, D.A., Dedkov, V.S., Degtyarev, S. Kh. & Chernukhin, V.A. (2014). – Development and evaluation of physicochemical methods in ecological studies. – Water: Chemistry and Ecology, 10, 119-122 (in Russian).
Verkhozina E.V., Verkhozina, V.A., Savilov, E.D. & Verkhoturov V.V. (2014). – Antibiotic resistance of microbial community of the Lake Baikal ecosystem in the area of Listvyanka, Slyudyanka and Baikalsk. – Bulletin of ESSC SB RAMS, 3, 62-65 (in Russian).
1949 and USSR Academy of Sciences Presidium Decree, dated February 24, 1949 as a response to the foundation of the Branch. It was renamed into the East-Siberian Geological Institute in 1957; since 1962, it had been known as the Institute of the Earth’s Crust SB AS USSR and obtained its current name in 1992.