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Journal theme a wide range of areas of mineralogy, among which the following are dominant: global regional mineralogy and mineralogy, mineralogy of minerals, technological mineralogy, ontogeny of minerals and topomineralogy, eco-mineralogy, biomineralogy, archaeological mineralogy. The main feature of the journal is the close relationship of the results of mineralogical studies with the priority area for the development of science in the Russian Federation: “Rational environmental management”.

Journal “Mineralogy” inherits the traditions of the Ural Mineralogical Collection, published at the Institute of Mineralogy of the Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences.

Founder: Institute of Mineralogy, Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences.

ISSN 2313-545X

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Since March 26, 2019, the journal has been included in the list of the Higher Attestation Commission (Higher Attestation Commission) under the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation. Each article (starting from the 2nd issue of 2019) published in the Journal is assigned a digital identifier DOI (Digital Object Identifier).

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Periodicity :  4 issues per year.

Journal publishes articles in two languages – Russian and English.

Impact factor RSCI 2017 – 0.310

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Contents
Publication ethics
Manuscript review procedure
Requirements for the content and design of the review


Publication ethics

The legal basis for ensuring publication ethics is international standards: provisions adopted at the 2nd World Conference on the Observance of the Integrity of Scientific Research (Singapore, July 22-24, 2010); provisions developed by The Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) and the norms of Chapter 70 “Copyright” of the Civil Code of the Russian Federation.

The editorial office of “MINERALOGY” guarantees compliance:
– ethics of publishing scientific publications;
– ethics of authorship of scientific publications;
– ethics of peer-reviewed scientific publications;
– ethics of editing scientific publications.

The policy of the editorial board of the journal is based on respect for the personal rights of the author and intellectual property rights. The editorial board of the journal guarantees an independent and honest review of all submitted manuscripts of articles, regardless of the official position of the authors, their commercial interests and relations with the founders of the journal. The authors are also not charged for publishing them. All materials published in the journal are royalty free.

Materials designed in violation of the rules presented here, including technical ones, are returned without consideration. The journal does not publish articles containing generalizations and assumptions that are not directly derived from published original factual material; serial articles and representing individual stages of research containing material explicitly divided into several consecutive publications; articles on ordinary research that are not of interest to the journal. The editorial board also does not accept popular scientific materials for publication, as well as research materials of authors who are not affiliated with a scientific or research-and-production organization that conducted their examination.

Authors should avoid the fabrication and falsification of data, plagiarism in scientific texts, the simultaneous submission of the materials of one article to several journals, duplication of publications, and copyright infringement by co-authors. In case of violation of these rules, the journal reserves the right not to accept further manuscripts for authorship of those persons who violated them.

The editorial staff of the journal checks incoming manuscripts for incorrect borrowing using the Anti-Plagiarism system. Manuscripts in English are being verified using GoogleScholar.


▲The procedure for reviewing manuscripts of scientific articles submitted to the journal

Scientific manuscripts and articles submitted to the editorial board of the Mineralogy journal are subject to mandatory review. Manuscripts are sent for review to the members of the editorial board or expert experts.

1. Peer reviewers do not involve specialists working in the same research institution where the work was done.

2. Reviewing is carried out confidentially, i.e. the authors of the articles are not informed of the surname of the reviewer (unless the reviewer asks for this to establish contact with the author, or if the reviewer claims that the materials contained in the article are unreliable or falsified). The author of the peer-reviewed work is given the opportunity to read the text of the review.

3. If the review of the article indicates the need for correction, then the article is sent to the author for revision. Articles finalized by the author in accordance with the comments of the reviewer are sent for re-review.

4. If the article is rejected from publication in the journal, the author is sent a reasoned refusal in written (electronic) form and the text of the review.

5. In case of disagreement with the opinion of the reviewer, the author of the article has the right to provide a reasoned answer to the editorial board of the journal. The article can be sent for re-review or for approval by the editorial board. The final decision on the advisability of publishing an article after reviewing is made by the editor-in-chief of the journal.

6. Authors of articles are sent copies of reviews. The originals are stored in the editorial office of the journal for five years from the date of publication of the articles and upon request are provided to the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation.


▲Requirements for the content and design of the review

The task of reviewing is to facilitate the rigorous selection of copyright manuscripts for publication and offer specific recommendations for improving them. A review should objectively evaluate a scientific article and contain a comprehensive analysis of its scientific and methodological advantages and disadvantages. The scope of the review is determined by the reviewer, and its content should include all the necessary and objective information. The reviewer reviews the article within no more than 2 weeks from the date of receipt of the article.

The review of the submitted article should reflect:
– relevance to the theme of the magazine and relevance of the topic;
– the availability of scientific novelty, theoretical and practical significance of the work;
– assessment of the main research results;
– quality of use of regulatory legal acts, literary and other sources;
– quality of work.

The complex of these issues is of a general nature. Each specific article requires an individual approach to the selection of criteria for its assessment.

In the final part of the review based on the results of the analysis of the article, a clear recommendation should be given about publishing it in the presented form, or about the need for its revision or processing (with constructive comments), or about the inappropriateness of publishing the article in this journal.

MASLENNIKOV Valery Vladimirovich
Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Professor, Laureate of the Prize of the Government of the Russian Federation. 

   Valery Vladimirovich Maslennikov was born on May 14, 1958 in the city of Nizhny Tagil, Sverdlovsk Region. In 1980, he graduated from the Sverdlovsk Mining Institute with a degree in geological surveying, prospecting and exploration of mineral deposits. In 1983, he entered graduate school, which he successfully completed in 1986 with a defense of the dissertation “Stratigraphic and lithological control of copper-pyrite ores” with the award of a candidate of geological and mineralogical sciences. Since 1986 V.V. Maslennikov works at the Laboratory of Applied Mineralogy and Minerageny (currently – Mineralogy of Ore Genesis) of the Institute of Mineralogy of the Ural Branch of the RAS. In 1997 he defended his thesis “Sedimentogenesis, halmirolysis and ecogenesis of pyritiferous paleohydrothermal fields” with the award of a doctorate in geological and mineralogical sciences. 

   V.V. Maslennikov is an internationally recognized specialist in the field of metallogeny, lithology, mineralogy, geochemistry and paleoecology of pyrite deposits, the author of 421 scientific works, including 18 monographs. The main direction of scientific research is the study of the mineralogy of the ore facies of pyrite deposits, the creation of a mineralogical-geochemical theory of lithogenesis of sulfide, oxide-ferruginous and manganese-bearing metalliferous deposits of pyrite-bearing hydrothermal fields of modern and ancient oceans. 

   The main scientific achievement of V.V. Maslennikov is the creation of a unified theory of lithogenesis and pyrite formation, showing the interaction of the processes of sedimentogenesis, halmirolysis, diagenesis and biogenesis during the formation of deposits of pyritiferous paleohydrothermal fields. Based on this theory, he developed new lithological criteria for predicting pyritic deposits.

   V.V. Maslennikov developed methods of ore-facies analysis of pyrite deposits and mapping of pyrite-bearing paleohydrothermal fields in intra-arc rifts; The theory of halmirolysis and lithogenesis of polygenic sulfide, oxide-iron and manganese metal-bearing deposits was created, explaining the reasons for the morphogenetic, ore-facies, lithological, paleoecological and mineralogeochemical diversity of deposits of the pyrite family in relation to different geotectonic environments and sedimentation modes “Black and gray smokers” of modern oceanic rifts and island arc pools; new ore-facies, stratigraphic-lithological and mineralogical-geochemical criteria for predicting pyrite deposits have been developed; a multistage mineralogical and geochemical model of the formation of gold deposits in the sediments based on the results of mass spectrometry with inductively coupled plasma and laser ablation is quantified, for which an international award was awarded to them. B. Skinner in 2011; Paleozoic and Mesozoic estuarine biota — ancient analogues of modern hydrothermal oases, including new species and genus of fauna — are recognized in the ores of the pyrite deposits of the Urals and Pontids;

  V.V. Maslennikov is known as a major organizer of research, the head of a number of Russian and international forecasting and research and scientific projects of the MNF, INTAS, TACIS, DAAD, MinUrals INCO COPERNICUS, UNESCO IGCP-502, AMIRA, as well as the organizer of several international expeditions in the Urals. In recent years, Maslennikov V.V. He is the head of several research projects supported by grants from the Presidium of the Russian Academy of Sciences, RFBR, and RSF. V.V. Maslennikov – Presidential Fellowship and Laureate of Grants “Young Doctors of Russia”). In 2003, as part of a team of scientists, he was awarded the Prize of the Government of the Russian Federation in the field of science and technology for creating the scientific basis for the development of the ore mineral and raw material base of the Urals.

   V.V. Maslennikov pays a lot of attention to educational work, leads Russian and foreign graduate students. He leads the department of “Geology” of SUSU, gives lectures on the course “Geology of mineral deposits”. Under his leadership, 2 PhD theses were defended. Maslennikov V.V. – Member of the Presidium of the Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, member of the editorial board of the journal “Lithosphere”, editor of the journal “Mineralogy”, member of the SGA, SEG and IMA, organizer of international scientific projects and conferences aimed at solving the problems of geology of ore deposits. He was repeatedly invited as a lecturer and research professor at the Universities of Brest (France) and Tasmania (Australia), Freiberg Mining Academy (Germany).

Chief editor:
Maslennikov V.V., corresponding member RAS, Institute of Mineralogy, Ural Branch of RAS, Miass, Chelyabinsk Region

Maslennikov V.V. – Specialist in the field of metallogeny, lithology, mineralogy, geochemistry and paleoecology of pyrite deposits. Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Doctor of Geological and Mineralogical Sciences.
The main scientific achievement of V.V. Maslennikov is the creation of a unified theory of lithogenesis and pyrite formation, showing the interaction of the processes of sedimentogenesis, halmirolysis, diagenesis and biogenesis during the formation of deposits of pyritiferous paleohydrothermal fields. For the first time, the similarity of the Ural pyritic deposits with modern submarine sulfide structures has been substantiated.
As a professor at the Department of Mineralogy and Geochemistry of the South Ural State University, he developed the course “Genetic types of mineral deposits”.
Laureate of the Prize of the Government of the Russian Federation in the field of science and technology (2004).
Author and co-author of 368 scientific publications, including 5 monographs. Author of 60 articles in peer-reviewed Russian and international journals.
Hirsch index in databases: WebofScience – 17; Scopus – 20;RSCI – 26.

Deputy chief editor:
Belogub E.V., Doctor of Geological and Mathematical Sciences, Institute of Mineralogy, Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Miass, Chelyabinsk Region
Research interests include mineralogy of hypergene processes, ore deposits, methods of mineralogical analysis.
E.V. Belogub created the basis for the development of the theory of hypergenesis of sulfide deposits using the example of the Southern Urals. The regularities of the formation of selenides in the hypergenic profile were identified and thermodynamically justified, and data on the distribution of sulfates in the Urals were systematized. As a professor at the Department of Mineralogy and Geochemistry, South Ural State University, E.V. The Belogub course was prepared “Mineralogy” and “Technological Mineralogy”.
The author and co-author of the discovery of 5 new minerals. Doctor of Geological and Mineralogical Sciences, Chief Researcher.
E.V. Belogub is the author of more than 300 published works (including 31 in WebofScience), the author of 3 monographs.
Hirsch index in databases: WebofScience –7;Scopus – 7; RSCI – 12.

Popov V.A., Doctor of Geological and Mathematical Sciences, Institute of Mineralogy, Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Miass, Chelyabinsk Region
The area of scientific interests is mineralogy, crystallomorphology.
The main scientific achievement of V.A. The doctrine developed by him on the paragenesis of the forms of crystals of minerals is populated. He established the series of corresponding forms of crystals of minerals, developed the morphological theory of recrystallization of minerals and the formation of structures of mineral aggregates.
Co-author of the international discovery in the field of crystallomorphology “The regularity of crystallomorphological evolution in mineral-forming processes” (No. 270 of the USSR State Register).
Author and co-author of the discovery of 11 new minerals.
Author of more than 470 scientific papers (including 13 articles in the WebofScience database) and 18 monographs.
Hirsch index in databases: WebofScience – 3;Scopus – 2; RSCI – 9.

The composition of the editorial board:
Anfilogov V.N., corresponding member. RAS, Institute of Mineralogy, Ural Branch of RAS, Miass, Chelyabinsk Region
His research interests are petrology of magmatic processes, the structure of silicate melts, planetology. Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Doctor of Geological and Mineralogical Sciences.
V.N. Anfilogov developed the theory of co-crystallization of isomorphic impurities in open systems, anionic equilibria, viscosity and electrical conductivity of melts. He substantiated the theory of polymer equilibria and methods for calculating the physicochemical properties of silicate melts. Founder and leader of the scientific school “Structure and properties of magmatic melts.” Ch. Commission on experimental petrography of the World Mineralogical Organization, member Scientific Council on Thermodynamics of Geochemical Processes at the Department of Chemical Sciences of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Honored Scientist of the Russian Federation (2000).
Author of over 300 publications and 6 monographs.
Hirsch index in databases: WebofScience – 5;Scopus – 6; RSCI – 11.

A. Askhabov, Academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Institute of Geology, Komi Scientific Center, Ural Branch, Syktyvkar
Specialist in the field of theoretical and experimental mineralogy, mineralogical crystallography and crystallogenesis, academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences.
Askhabov A.A. laid the foundations of a new evolutionary direction in crystallography and crystallogenesis. He established patterns of growth of artificial crystals at the stage of regeneration. He proposed new methods of rational use of natural crystalline raw materials, crystal synthesis and regulation of their properties. He made a contribution to the problem of a genetic interpretation of the characteristics of crystal growth, to the discovery of the laws and conditions of natural crystal formation, and he developed new morphological, crystallophysical, and anatomical indicators of the genesis of diamond, beryl, quartz, and other minerals.
He has published more than 200 scientific papers (25 in foreign publications), including 15 monographs.
Hirsch index in the database. RSCI – 8.

Voitekhovsky Yu.L., Doctor of Geological and Mathematical Sciences, Geological Institute of the Kola Scientific Center of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Apatity
Main research interests: geology and mineralogy of ore deposits of the Kola Peninsula, mainly kyanite and copper-nickel with platinoids.
The main scientific achievements are the creation of three scientific fields at the intersection of the natural and mathematical sciences: systematic combinatorial geometric analysis of polyhedral structures, including fullerenes and their analogues; systematic combinatorial geometrical analysis of real crystallographic simple forms in connection with the principle of P. Curie dissymmetry; structural analysis of crystalline rock as a space with various topologies and non-Euclidean metrics.
The author of more than 300 scientific papers, including 5 monographs.
Hirsch index in the RSCI database – 10.

Votyakov SL, Academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Institute of Geology and Geochemistry, Yekaterinburg
Specialist in the field of physics of minerals and materials science of natural substances, academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences.
He contributed to the development of modern concepts of mineral matter, to the development of spectroscopy of minerals. He obtained a number of original results in the study of point defects in the structure of minerals, he traced the dynamics of changes in structural defects under various thermodynamic and radiation influences in natural and model conditions, proposed mechanisms for the formation and transformation of defects, and established their relationship with the physicochemical properties and formation medium of minerals.
The author (co-author) of more than 350 scientific papers, including 8 monographs. Publications in WebofScience44.
Hirsch index in databases: WebofScience – 5;Scopus – 7; RSCI – 10.

Galuskina I.O., University of Silesia, Sosnowiec (Poland)
Specialist in the field of crystallogeny and spectroscopy of minerals.
Author and co-author of the discovery of 15 new minerals.
Hirsch index in databases: WebofScience – 15;Scopus – 16.

Koroteev V.A., Academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Institute of Geology and Geochemistry, Ekaterinburg
Academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Doctor of Geological and Mineralogical Sciences, Sciences. Main research interests: paleovolcanology, general and regional geodynamics, metallogeny.
V.A. Koroteev and under his leadership identified the main features of Paleozoic volcanism in the Urals, showed that its products belong to the ancient oceanic crust, substantiated a new approach to compiling paleovolcanic maps taking into account geodynamic conditions, justified the expansion of mineral resources from traditional and non-traditional sources.
Laureate of the Prize of the Government of the Russian Federation in the field of science and technology (2004).
Author of 13 monographs, more than 400 publications, including 49 in foreign publications.
Hirsch index in databases: WebofScience – 4;Scopus – 4; RSCI – 13.

Krivovichev V.G., Professor, St. Petersburg State University (St. Petersburg State University), St. Petersburg
Specialist in the field of mineralogy, geochemistry and the genesis of rare-metal deposits associated with granitoid magmatism. Doctor of Geological and Mineralogical Sciences; Professor, St. Petersburg State University; Mercatorian professor (Kiel, Geramnia).
Creator of the concept of mineral systems and its applications to the study of the evolution of mineral diversity.
V.G. Krivovichev prepared the courses “Mineralogy”, “Physicochemical Mineralogy”, “Introduction to Gemology”, etc .; textbook for universities “General Mineralogy” (co-authored, 2008). Editor of the Mineralogy section in the three-volume edition of Geological Dictionary (2010, 2011, 2012).
Author and co-author of more than 300 publications (20 in WebofScience), of which over 25 monographs and textbooks.
Hirsch index in databases: WebofScience – 11;Scopus – 11; RSCI – 12.

Makagonov E.P. Ph.D., Institute of Mineralogy, Ural Branch of RAS, Miass
Scientific interests: crystallography, mineralogy of deposits, mineralogical mapping.
The main theme of his work is associated with the creation of a meaningful axiomatic theory of the structure of intergrowths and transformations of minerals. The foundations of the theory of intergrowth symmetry are presented in the monograph “Symmetry of intergrowths of mineral individuals”. He developed the theory of symmetry of intergrowths of mineral individuals, the theory of affine homology of crystals. The fundamentals of the theory of homology are published in the monograph “Affine homology of crystals”.
The author of more than 100 scientific papers.
Hirsch index in the RSCI database –4.

Melekestseva I.Yu., Ph.D., Institute of Mineralogy, Ural Branch of RAS, Miass
His research interests are related to the research of ancient pyrite deposits and modern hydrothermal sulfide fields of the Atlantic, as well as gold deposits of the Southern Urals and Tuva.
I.Yu. The features of the structure and mineral composition of the South Ural cobalt-copper-sulphide deposits were determined, and the key role of diagenesis in the transformation of sulfide breccias, the magmatic contribution to the formation of copper-zinc ores enriched in gold and silver, enrichment with secondary sulfide impurities and the similarity of lithogenesis were established. Paleozoic and Cenozoic barite-containing pyrite ores of hydrothermal fields of the MAR.
He is the author of more than 70 scientific papers in peer-reviewed Russian and foreign publications, co-author of 5 monographs.
Hirsch index in databases: WebofScience – 7;Scopus – 6; RSCI – 9.

Murzin V.V., Doctor of Geological and Mathematical Sciences, Institute of Geology and Geochemistry (IGG UB RAS), Ekaterinburg
Research interests include mineralogy, geochemistry, isotope geochemistry, thermobarogeochemistry of precious metals and precious stones deposits.
He made a significant contribution to the creation of a model for the formation of gold deposits of non-traditional genotypes, including Svetlinsky type gold-sulfide mineralization, gold in rodingites, as well as to the development of a theory of the behavior of gold in weathering crusts.
The author of more than 90 scientific papers (22 of them in foreign publications).
Hirsch index in databases: WebofScience – 4;Scopus – 5; RSCI – 12.


Nimis P., professor, University of Padua (Italy)
Specialist in the field of crystalline chemistry of rock-forming minerals, crystal-chemical properties, formation conditions and geochemical properties and their application in petrological, geological and ore deposits.
He made a significant contribution to the study:
– thermobarometry of mafic and ultrabasic rocks and diamond inclusions, geochemistry of mantle rocks and their relationship with the diamond potential of kimberlites;
– volcanic sulfide deposits, taking into account their geodynamic conditions in comparison with modern mineralization of the seabed;
– metallogeny Cu of the Alpine folded region and its archeometry.
Author of over 300 publications, including 57 articles in the WebofSciences database.

Pautov L.A., Mineralogical Museum of the Russian Academy of Sciences A.E. Fersman, Moscow

The author of the discovery of more than 40 new minerals (for 2017). Researcher of the mineralogy of the alkaline massif Dara-i-Pioz (Tajikistan), skarn deposits of the ridge. Inylchek (Kyrgyzstan) and the pegmatites of the Ilmensky mountains (South Urals).
The author of 48 publications in WebofScience.
Hirsch index in databases: WebofScience – 9; Scopus – 9; RSCI – 9.


Popova V.I., Ph.D., Institute of Mineralogy, Ural Branch of RAS, Miass, Chelyabinsk Region
IN AND. Popova is a leading specialist in the study of pegmatites, gold and copper deposits of the Urals, tin ore deposits of the Far East.
IN AND. Popova is the author of the development of the method of neutron activation radiography of large crystals of minerals after irradiation in a reactor, as well as electrolytic etching of large pyrite crystals. He is the author of the discovery of 6 new minerals.
IN AND. Popova published more than 280 scientific papers; including 7 monographs.
Hirsch index in databases: WebofScience – 4; Scopus – 6; RSCI – 8.


Pekov I.V., Doctor of Geology and Mathematics, Professor, Moscow State University (Moscow State University), Moscow
Leading specialist in the field of mineralogy of natural objects and geochemistry of alkaline post-magmatic systems, granite pegmatites, exhalation post-volcanic formations and the hypergenesis zone of chalcogenide deposits, as well as mineralogy, geochemistry and crystal chemistry of rare elements, zeolite-like minerals and synthetic compounds, mineralogical materials science. Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences.
The main works are related to the study of complexes of alkaline rocks and granite pegmatites of the Kola Peninsula, the Middle and Southern Urals, Greenland, Canada, Germany, the fumarole fields of the volcanoes of Kamchatka, the oxidation zone of ore deposits in Altai, the Caucasus, the Urals, Greece, Chile, as well as experimental research of new zeolite-like materials based on silicates with heteropolyhedral skeleton and layered structures.
In 2016, he openly and thoroughly studied 202 new minerals, of which for 122 he is the leading author.
The author of 554 scientific publications, of which 429 are part of the WebofScience and Scopus databases.
Hirsch index in databases: WebofScience – 9; Scopus – 11; RSCI – 18.


Tesalina S.G., Ph.D. – M.D., University of Curtin, Perth (Australia)
The area of ​​scientific interests is the chemical and temporal evolution of the lithosphere of the Earth and associated mineral deposits.
Tesalina S.G. developed the Re-Os and Sm-Nd isotopic systematics for pyrite and gold deposits, which is used to increase the accuracy of geochronology and stratigraphy.
S.G. Tesalina leads the radiogenic isotope research department at the John de Laeter Research Center at Curtin University, Perth, Australia. Her current project with WA Geological Survey is focused on developing Sm-Nd technology for isotope mapping of geological terranes.
Author of over 300 publications, including 42 articles in the WebofSciences database.
Hirsch index in databases: WebofScience – 5; RSCI – 12.

Herrington R., Natural History Museum, London (UK)
A specialist in the field of studying the relationship between the formation of mineral deposits and the geodynamic history of the Earth, as well as the association of the formation of deposits and biota in the ocean.
R. Herrington is the author of a broad analytical review of Ural mineral deposits.
Author of over 400 publications, including 68 articles in the WebofSciences database.


Udachin V.N., Doctor of Geology and Mathematics, Institute of Mineralogy, Ural Branch of RAS, Miass, Chelyabinsk Region
Research interests: geochemistry of mining industrial technogenesis, mechanisms of migration and accumulation of technogenic, potentially toxic elements.
The main subject of V.N. Success is associated with the creation of a theory of ecogeochemistry of mining industrial technogenesis using the example of the Southern Urals. For the Karabash and Mednogorsk geotechnical systems, he established the laws of distribution and form of toxic elements in natural depositing media (soils, bottom sediments of lakes, peat bogs and living organisms).
Under his leadership, research was carried out for the section “Environmental Geochemistry” of the 5th and 7th framework scientific and technical programs of the European Union.
The author of more than 80 scientific papers.
Hirsch index in databases: WebofScience – 6; Scopus – 8; RSCI – 9.

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