IEC SB RAS - Varvara V. Akulova

Varvara V. Akulova

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Scope of expertise

A specialist in engineering geology and geoecology. An author of more than 110 scientific publications. The area of expertise lies in the study of the regularities in composition and structure formation and properties of disperse grounds, experimental and theoretical modeling of ground behavior under man-made and seismic effects within the Baikal region, geoecological analysis of urban areas.

  1. Ryashchenko T.G., Akulova V.V., Erbaeva M.A. Loessial soils of Priangaria, Transbaikalia, Mongolia and northwestern China // Quaternary International. – 2008. – №  179. – P. 90 – 95.
  2. RyashchenkoT.G., Akulova V.V., Ukhova N.N. Processes loessal lithogenesis during the pleistocene – holocene (south of the Eastern Siberia)) // Quaternary International. 2011. № 234 (1-2). P. 155–155.
  3. Akulov N.I., Akulova V.V., Khudonogova E.V. Pyrogenic metamorphism of the Carbonaceous rocks in the South of the Siberian Platform /Coal Combustion Research. – Nova Science Publishers, Inc, 2011. – P. 219–234.
  4. Jolivet M., Arzhannikov S., Chauvet A., Arzhannikova A., Vassallo R., Kulagina N., Akulova V. Accomodating large-scale intracontinental extension and compression in a single stress-field: A key example from the Baikal Rift System // Gondwana Research. 2013. V. 24, Issues 3–4. P. 918–935. doi:10.1016/
  5. A.V. Arzhannikova, S.G. Arzhannikov, V.V. Akulova. The origin of sand deposits in the South Minusa basin // Russian Geology and Geophysics. 2014. 55(10). P. 1183–1194.
  6. N.I. Akulov, V.V. Akulova, E.V. Khudonogova. Hydrocarbon Compounds and Jaspers from Spoil Heaps of Coal Basins // Journal of Earth Science Research. 2015. Vol. 3. Iss. 1. P. 1–12.
  7. Ryashchenko T.G., Akulova V.V., Rubtsova M. N. Aeolian sedimentation in Pribaikalye (Late Pleistocene – Holocene) // Quaternary International. 355 (2015). P. 52–56.

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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.

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