Matantseva Maria V.Sign in
Academic degree: Cand. (PhD) of Biology (2010)
Dissertation title: Ecological and ethological mechanisms of population stability maintenance in Sylvia and Phylloscopus warblers
Contact phone(s): +7 911 0544110 / Fax: +7(8142) 76-98-10
Address: 11 Pushkinskaya Street
Scientific speciality: Biologist. Pedagogue.
Major research trends: Behavioural adaptations, territoriality, social behaviour of birds; territoriality.
Keywords: Ornithology, ethology, ecology.
Scientific publications: Author (co-author) of 100+ scientific publications.
Participation in conferences: Main Conferences:
2d All-Russian Ornithological Congress, Saint Petersburg, 2023
7th International Symposium “Dynamics of game animals populations in Northern Europe”, Petrozavodsk, 2018
1st All-Russian Ornithological Congress, Tver, 2018
9th International Conference on Biodiversity Research, Daugavpils, Latvia, 2017
20th Conference of the European Bird Census Council “Birds in a changing world”, Halle (Saale), Germany, 2016
10th Conference of the European Ornithologists' Union, Badajoz, Spain, 2015
8th International Conference on Biodiversity Research, Daugavpils, Latvia, 2015
8th Conference of the European Ornithologists’ Union, Riga, 2011
13th International Ornithological Conference of North Eurasia “Ornithological studies in Northern Eurasia”, Orenburg, 2010
International Conference «Modern problems of biological evolution» devoted to 100th anniversary of the State Darwin Museum foundation, Moscow, 2007
International Conference “Biology of XXI Century: Theory, Practice, Teaching”, Cherkassy, Ukraine, 2007
12th International Ornithological Conference of Northern Eurasia “Ornithological studies in Northern Eurasia”, Stavropol, 2006
Scietific-organizational and expert activities:
Grant of RFBR ¹ 12-04-31872 (leader);
grant of RFBR ¹ 11-04-09513 (leader);
grant of RSF ¹ 23-24-00092 (leader)
Born 28.03.1984 in Izhevsk, Russia. In 2006 graduated with honours from Udmurt State University, Biology and Chemistry Department, with Diploma in Biology and Diploma in Pedagogics and began to work at Institute of Biology, Karelian Research Centre, Russian Academy of Sciences, as a researcher. In 2010 defended PhD thesis “Ecological and ethological mechanisms of population stability maintenance in (Sylvia) and (Phylloscopus) warblers”.