Leonova Natalya Alekseevna

   

 

ORCID 0000-0001-9508-5008      ResearcherID G-8090-2014     SCOPUS ID  7005749743

 

WORK ADDRESS
V.G. Belinsky Institute of Teacher Education, Penza State University
40 Krasnaya St., 440026, Penza
Phone: +7 909-317-11-89
E-mail: na_leonova@mail.ru

ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS
2003 – Associate Professor at the Department of Botany
1999 – Candidate of Biological Sciences, specializing in Ecology (Structure of Ulmus glabre and Ulmus laevis cenopopulations in upland and flood plain forests of central Russia), Moscow Pedagogical State University
1996 – Master of Biology, Pushchino State Institute of Natural Sciences
1994 – Diploma of Higher Education with qualification of “Teacher of Biology and Chemistry”, Penza State Pedagogical Institute named after V.G. Belinsky

POSITIONS HELD
1996 –2000 – Assistant, Senior Lecturer, Department of Botany, Penza State Pedagogical University
2000 – to present – Associate Professor, Department of General Biology and Biochemistry

RESEARCH INTERESTS
• population biology;
• plant ecology;
• structural and functional organization of forest ecosystems;
• historical ecology;
• phytocenology

ACADEMIC AWARDS AND GRANTS
2016: Grant of the Russian Foundation for Basic Research (“Project of Organizing Russian (with International Participation) Science School-Conference ‘Current Concepts in Biosystems Ecology and Their Role in Solving Problems of Nature Preservation and Management’ dedicated to 115th anniversary of A.A. Uranov”)
2014-2016: Grant of the Russian Foundation for Basic Research (‘Relict Floral-Coenotic Complexes in Samara, Penza, Ulyanovsk Regions and the Republic of Mordovia’)
2016-2018: Grant of the Russian Foundation for Basic Research (‘Model Reconstruction of Potential Forest Cover of the Russian Plain, North Caucasus and the Urals in Current Climatic Conditions’)
2013: Grant of the Russian Foundation for Basic Research (‘Research Project for Organizing the International Science Conference ‘Forest Steppe of the East Europe: Structure, Dynamics and Preservation’ Dedicated to 140th Sprygin Anniversary’)

TRAINING OF HIGHLY QUALIFIED PERSONNEL
Supervision of a post-graduate student Kulakova D.A.

MEMBERSHIP IN PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES
Russian Botanical Society
Russian Geographical Society
Society of Plant Physiologists

TOTAL NUMBER OF PUBLICATIONS
Over 120

MAIN PUBLICATIONS
1. Leonova N.A. Elm populations (Ulmus L.) in different lighting environment in old-age broad-leafed communities in Kaluga and Penza regions. Russian Journal of Forest Science, 1999, no. 6, pp. 59–64.
2. Chistyakova A.A., Leonova N.A. The state of protected forest communities in the European forest-steppe zone of Russia, and prospects for their reconstruction: a case study of specially protected areas of Penza oblast. Russian Journal of Ecology, 2003, no. 5, 323–329.
3. Chistyakova A.A., Leonova N.A. Mosaic organization and spontaneous dynamicss of quazi-climax nemoral communities. East-European Forests: History in the Holocene and the Present, Vol. 1. O.V. Smirnova, Ed. Moscow: Nauka, 2004, pp. 161–175.
4. Yamashkin A.A., Artemova S.N., Novikova L.A., Leonova N.A., Alekseeva N.S. Landscape map and spatial patterns of natural differentiation of the Penza region. Problems of Regional Ecology, 2011, no. 1, pp. 49-57.
5. Red Data Book of the Penza Region (fungi, lichen, moss, vascular plants). 2nd ed. Vol. 1. A.I. Ivanova, Ed. Penza: Penzenskaya Pravda, 2013.
6. Artemova S., Leonova N. Forest-steppe landscape organization of Eastern Europe (for example Penza region). J. Wetlands Biodiversity, 2014, no. 4, pp. 147-152.
7. Leonova N.A. Spatial-temporal transformation of vegetation upper plateau of Privolzhskaya Upland. Fundamental Research, 2014, no. 9, pp. 81-85.
8. Leonova N.A. The history of the nature management and current state of vegetation of forest landscapes at low plateau of the Volga upland. Modern Problems of Science and Education, 2014, 6. URL:science-education.ru/120-15566.
9. Novikova L.A., Leonova N.A. Current status of calciphilous vegetation Penza region. Izvestia of Samara Scientific Center of the Russian Academy of Sciences, 2014, no. 16(5), pp. 158-163.
10. Leonova N.A. Boreal pine forests of the Oka-Don plain within the Penza region. University Proceedings. Volga Region. Natural sciences, 2014, no. 2, pp. 57-67.
12. Leonova N.A. Broadleaf forests of the south Penza region. University proceedings. Volga Region. Natural sciences, 2015, no. 4, pp. 38-46.

 

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