Oksana G. Zanina

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Education

  • 1994-1999: Studies in department of biology and chemistry, at the Orel State University – teacher of geography and biology
     
  • 1999-2001: MS in Ecology and Nature Management at the Pushchino State University
  • 2001–2004: Ph.D. student at the soil cryology laboratory of the Institute of Physicochemical and Biological Problems in Soil Science, RAS, Pushchino
  • 2006: Ph.D. Diploma with Honor in evolution geography and geomorphology at the Institute of Geography of the RAS.

Education

Research interests

Professional activities

Publications


 

Research interests

  • Quaternary paleogeography of Western Beringia (vegetation and soil cover)
  • Investigation Late Pleistocene paleosols and fossil mammal nests to reconstruct late Quaternary vegetation responses to climate change
  • Research of the mammoth remains and containing them deposits for vegetation reconstruction and food preferences of mammoth fauna.
  • Reconstructions vegetation dynamics in the landscape and at archaeological sites
  • Ecological investigation of modern rodents and modern soil of tundra zone
  • Phytoliths morphology of wild and cultivated plants

Publication

I. V. Kirillova, O. G. Zanina, P. A. Kosintsev, M. A. Kul’kova, E. G. Laptevad, S. S. Trofimova, O. F. Chernova, and F. K. Shidlovsky, The First Finding of a Frozen Holocene Bison (Bison priscus Bojanus, 1827) Carcass in Chukotka Doklady Biological Sciences, 2013, Vol. 452, pp. 296–299.

A. A. Larionova, A. F. Stulin, O. G. Zanina, I. V. Yevdokimov, O. S. Khokhlova, F. Buegger, M. Schloter, and V. N. Kudeyarov. Distribution of Stable Carbon Isotopes in an Agrochernozem during the Transition from C3 Vegetation to a Corn Monoculture, Eurasian Soil Science, 2012, Vol. 45, No. 8, pp. 768–778.

A. V. Borisov, D. S. Korobov, A. N. Simakova, O. G. Zanina,A. V. Bukhonov, and V. V. Demidov. Ancient Agricultural Terraces in the Kislovodsk Depression: History and Modern State of the Soils, Eurasian Soil Science, 2012, Vol. 45, No. 6, pp. 561–577.

Pavel A. Kosintsev, Elena G. Lapteva, Olga M. Korona, Oksana G. Zanina. Living environments and diet of the Mongochen mammoth, Gydan Peninsula, Russia, Quaternary International, Vol. 276-277, 2012, pp 253-268

Pavel A. Kosintsev, Elena G. Lapteva, Svetlana S. Trofimova, Oksana G. Zanina, Aleksey N. Tikhonov, Johannes Van der Plicht. Environmental reconstruction inferred from the intestinal contents of the Yamal baby mammoth Lyuba (Mammuthus primigenius Blumenbach, 1799), Quaternary International, Vol. 255, 2012, pp 231-238

Gubin S.V,Maxsimovich S.V., Zanina O.G., Stakhov V.A. Morphogenetics of plant remains from paleosols and rodent burrows buried in permafrostof the the Late Pleistocene (32-28,000ВР). Plant Archaeogenetics, 2011, 11–21 рр.

O.G. Zanina, S.V. Gubin, S.A. Kuzmina, S.V. Maximovich, D.A. Lopatina Late-Pleistocene (MIS 3-2) palaeoenvironments as recorded by sediments, palaeosols, and ground-squirrel nests at Duvanny Yar, Kolyma lowland, northeast Siberia. Quaternary Science Reviews, Volume 30, Issues 17-18, August 2011, Pages 2107–2123 .

Pavel A. Kosintsev, Elena G. Lapteva, Svetlana S. Trofimova, Oksana G. Zanina, Aleksey N. Tikhonov, Johannes Van der Plicht Environmental reconstruction inferred from the intestinal contents of the Yamal baby mammoth Lyuba (Mammuthus primigenius Blumenbach, 1799), Quaternary International, 2011 .

P. A. Kosintsev, E. G. Lapteva, S. S. Trofimova, O. G. Zanina, A. N. Tikhonov, and J. van der Plicht, The Intestinal Contents of a Baby Woolly Mammoth (Mammuthus primigenius Blumenbach, 1799) from the Yuribey River (Yamal Peninsula) Doklady Biological Sciences, 2010, Vol. 432, pp. 556 –558.

D. A. Lopatina and O. G. Zanina. Paleobotanical analysis of materials from fossil gopher burrows and upper pleistocene host deposits, the Kolyma River lower reaches. Stratigraphy and Geological Correlation Volume 14, Number 5, 549–560

Zanina O. G. Fossil Rodent Burrows in Frozen Late Pleistocene Beds of the Kolyma Lowland // Entomological Review, Vol. 85, Suppl. 1, 2005, pp. S133–S140.