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Nataliya Belova

SENIOR RESEARCHER


Ph.D. in geography (2012) on "Massive ice beds of the south-western coast of the Kara Sea"

Education: department of Cryolithology and Glaciology at the Faculty of Geography, MSU (2007)

Member of the Lab team since 2006 


PROFILE AT MSU DATA ANALYTICS PLATFORM "ISTINA"

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RESEARCH INTERESTS

  •  Ground ice origin and distribution
  •  Massive ice beds
  •  Cryogenic structure
  •  Arctic paleoenvironment in Pleistocene
  •  Permafrost dynamics
  •  Arctic coastal dynamics


PUBLICATIONS

 
      
       

Belova N.G. Massive ice beds of the south-western coast of the Kara Sea. oscow, MAKS Press, 2014 (in Russian)


TEACHING


Main teacher at the course of V.I. Solomatin "Underground glaciation: physics and geography", department of Cryolithology and Glaciology, Master students of 2 yr.

Second teacher at the course of Yu.B. Badu "Cryolithology", department of Cryolithology and Glaciology, Bachelor students of 3 yr. (25%  of the course)


FIELD EXPERIENCE


Western and Central Yamal Peninsula, Yugorskiy Peninsula, New Siberian Islands, Eastern Chukotka 


PROJECTS



RSF19-77-00051 Massive ice beds: origin, modern dynamics and impact on the infrastructure at the coasts of the Russian Arctic (2019-2021)

Previous projects:

Head of the RFBR project No. 16-35-60099 mol_a_dk "The role of ground ice in the dynamics of thermoabrasive coasts of the Kara Sea" (2016-2018 .)

Head of the RFBR project No.12-05-31442 mol_ "Massive ice beds formation conditions as an indicator of the paleogeographic situation in the Pleistocene" (2012-2013 .) 



AWARDS


European Academy of Young Scientist Competition Award 2017 (Earth Sciences)



CONTACTS

1, Leninskiye Gory, 
Moscow 119991 Russia
Tel.: +7 (495) 939 25 26 
Fax: +7 (495) 932 88 36 
e-mail: belova@geogr.msu.ru

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