IEC SB RAS - Ekaterina P. Bazarova

Ekaterina P. Bazarova

Scope of expertise: Petrology and geochemistry of magmatic and sedimentary rocks; mineralogy.

  1. V. B. Savel’eva and E. P. Bazarova. Geochemical types of granites of the Primorskii Complex (Western Baikal Area) // Doklady Earth Sciences, 2010, Vol. 435, Part 1, pp. 1496–1500.
  2. V. B. Savel’eva, E. P. Bazarova, and N. S. Karmanov. Accessory Minerals from the Primorsky Rapakivi Granite Complex, West Baikal Region // Geology of Ore Deposits, 2011, Vol. 53, No. 8, pp. 1–15.
  3. V. B. Savel’eva, E. P. Bazarova. The Early Proterozoic Primorskii complex of rapakivi granites (western Cisbaikalia): geochemistry, crystallization conditions, and ore potential // Russian Geology and Geophysics. 2012. Vol. 53. Issue 2. PP. 147 – 168.
  4. V. B. Savel’eva, E. P. Bazarova, and B. S. Danilov. New finds of carbonatite-like rocks in the western Baikal region // Doklady Earth Sciences, 2014, Vol. 459, Part 2, pp. 1483–1487.
  5. V. B. Savel’eva, E. P. Bazarova, and S. V. Kanakin. The Mineralogy and Geochemistry of Quartz–Tourmaline Schlieren in the Granites of the Primorsky Complex, Western Baikal Region // Geology of Ore Deposits, 2014, Vol. 56, No. 8, pp. 1–12.
  6. E. Bazarova, A. Kononov, O. Gutareva. Cryogenic Mineral Formation in the Okhotnichya Cave in the Primorsky Mountin Ridge (Western Baikal Region, Russia) // Speleo International Magazine. 2014. №1. РP. 116 – 130.
  7. E.P. Bazarova, A.M. Kononov, O.S. Gutareva, N.V. Nartova. Characteristics of cryogenic mineral formations of Okhotnichiya cave at Pre-Baikal ares (Irkutsk region) // Earth Cryosphere, 2014, vol. XVIII, №3. PP. 67 – 76.
  8. V. B. Savel’eva, E. P. Bazarova, V. V. Sharygin, and N. S. Karmanov. Zircon–Quartz–Calcite Segregations in Carbonate–Alkaline Metasomatic Rocks of the Western Baikal Region and Their Petrogenetic Implications // Geology of Ore Deposits, 2015, Vol. 57, No. 8, pp. 1–12.

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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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