Scope of expertise: U–Th isotopic systematics of volcanic rocks and groundwater in Central Asia. Alkaline ultrabasic compexes, basaltic dykes, and Li-F granitoides from Eastern Sayans.
Logatchev, N.A., Brandt, I.S., Rasskazov S.V., Ivanov, A.V., Brandt, S.B., Konev, A.A., Ilyasova, A.M. K–Ar dating of the Paleocene weathering crust in the Baikal region. Doklady Earth Sciences. 2002. V. 385A (6). P. 648–650.
Rasskazov, S.V., Maslovskaya, M.N., Skopintsev, V.G., Saranina, E.V., Ilyasova, A.M., Sizukh, Yu.I. Late Paleozoic subalkaline and rare-metal granitoids in the southeastern East Sayans: geochemical signature and Rb-Sr isotope systematics. Russian Geology and Geophysics. 2003. V. 44 (11). P. 1093–1103.
Grudinin, M.I., Rasskazov, S.V., Kovalenko, S.N., Ilyasova, A.M., 2004. Early Paleozoic Snezhnaya gabbro-syenite intrusion in southwestern Baikal region (trace-element signature of crust/mantle mixing). Russian Geology and Geophysics. V. 45, (9), 1092–1101.
Rasskazov, S.V., Ilyasova, A.M., Konev, A.A., Yasnygina, T.A., Maslovskaya, M.N., Fefelov, N.N., Demonterova, E.I., Saranina, E.V. Geochemical evolution of the Zadoi alkaline-ultramafic massif, Cis-Sayan area, Southern Siberia. Geochemistry International. 2007. V. 45 (1). P. 1–14.
Rasskazov S.V., Ilyasova A.M., Yasnygina T.A., Fefelov N.N. The Miocene and Devonian magmatism at the junction between the Tuva-Mongolian massif and Siberian craton: common component of mantle sources and its origin. Geodynamics and Tectonophysics. 2012. V. 3, N 2. P. 77–102.)
Rasskazov, S.V., Brandt, S.B., Brandt, I.S., Ivanov, A.V., Yasnygina, T.A., Demonterova, E.I., Ilyasova, A.M., 2005. Radiogenic isotope geology in problems and examples. Novosibirsk: Academic Publishing House "Geo", 268 p.
Rasskazov, S.V., Menshagin, Yu.V., Yasnygina, T.A., Ilyasova, A.M., Saranina, E.V., Skopintsev, V.G., 2013. The Hushagol polychronios massif: heterogeneous sources of Paleozoic alkali syenites and granites in Eastern Sayans, South Siberia. Lithosphere. (4), 88–109.
Rasskazov, S.V., Chebykin, E.P., Ilyasova, A.M., Vodneva, E.N., Chuvashova, I.S., 2014. Identification of the current deformations of the crust in the Tunka Valley from displaying the Chalov-Cherdyntsev effect in groundwater. Vestnik of the Geography Chair VSGAO. V. 11 (4), 70–78.
Chebykin, E.P., Rasskazov S.V., Vodneva, E.N., Ilyasova A.M., Chuvashova, I.S., Bornyakov, S.A., Seminsky, A.K., Snopkov, S.V. First Results of 234U/238U monitoring in water from active faults on the western coast of South Baikal. Doklady Earth Sciences. 2015. V. 460 (2). P. 142–145.
Rasskazov, S.V., Chebykin, E.P., Ilyasova, A.M., Vodneva, E.N., Chuvashova, I.S., Bornyakov, S.A., Seminsky, A.K., Snopkov, S.V., Chechelnitsky, V.V., Gileva, N.A., 2015. Creating the Kultuk polygon for earthquake prediction: variations of (234U/238U) and 87Sr/86Sr in groundwater from active faults at the western shore of Lake Baikal. Geodynamics and Tectonophysics. 2015. T. 6 (4).
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.