Scope of expertise: Petrology and geochemistry of subcontinental upper mantle rocks.
L.V. Solov’eva, K.N. Egorov, T.A. Yasnygina, S. Matveev, V.N. Korolyuk. Prekimberlite metasomatites in the mantle of the Siberian craton and their relation with deep-seated plume // Large igneous provinces of Asia, mantle plumes and metallogeny. Novosibirsk, Russia. 2009. p. 335 – 338.
L. Solov’eva. The geochemical evolution of the mantle lithosphere of the Siberian craton due to influence of different metasomatic processes. In: Alkaline rocks: petrology, mineralogy, geochemistry. Kyiv. 2010. P. 62-63.
S.I. Kostrovitsky, L.V. Solov’eva, N.V. Alymova, D.V. Yakovlev, L.Ph. Suvorova. About origin of kimberlites and megacryst minerals. In the book: Geochemistry of magmatic rocks. XXVII Intern. conf. School “Geochemistry of alkaline rocks”. Abstract volume. 2010. P. 78-79. Коктебель. 2010.
S.I. Kostrovitsky, L.V. Solov’eva. Tectonic control and mantle sources of kimberlite volcanism of the Yakutian province // Large igneous provinces of Asia, mantle plumes and metallogeny. Novosibirsk, Russia. 2009. p. 429 – 431.
Solov’eva L.V., Kostrovitsky S.I., Yasnygina T.A. Fluid and magma transfer in subcontinental lithospheric mantle of the Siberian craton and its geochemical evolution. 10th International Kimberlite Conference 6-11 February, 2012, Bangalore, 5p. (№10 IKC – 85).
Kostrovitsky S.I., Gornova M.A., Solov’eva L.V., Yakovlev D.A. Isotope heterogeneity from oxygen in rocks of lithosphere mantle. 10th International Kimberlite Conference 6-11 February, 2012, Bangalore, 5p. (№ 10 IKC – 89).
L. V. Solov’eva, A. Goncharov and T. Kalashnikova. The influence of Middle-Paleozoic Yakutian plume on the geochemical modification of Siberian cratonic lithosphere. Abstracts of EGU General Assembly 2012, 22-27 April 2012, Vienna, Austria. Geophysical Research Abstracts, Vol. 14. № XL305 EGU2012-13948.
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.