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Institute of Plant and Animal Ecology, Ural Branch of Russian Academy of Sciences, IPAE UB RAS - Climate change natural and socio-economic impacts, Built environment

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Date of filling in 04.04.2011
Organization name Institute of Plant and Animal Ecology, Ural Branch of Russian Academy of Sciences, IPAE UB RAS
Organization adress 8 Marta St., 202 Yekaterinburg, Russia 620144
Department/Unit Common Radioecology Department
Contact person Prof. Galina V. Talalaeva, Leading scientist, Professor of Medicine
Phone +7-922-1363923
Fax +7-343-2606500
E-Mail gvtal@ipae.uran.ru
Web-site http://www.ipae.uran.ru
Organization type
  • Research
Special Programme
Environment (including climate change) (ENV)
Call identifier
Topic number Climate change natural and socio-economic impacts, Built environment
Call Deadline
Short description of the organization (max 12 lines): IPAE UB RAS was founded in 1944 and makes multidisciplinary biological studies on the regularities of functioning, evolution and stability of biological systems at population, community and ecosystem levels in natural and anthropogenically changed environments of the Urals and adjacent territories of the Northern Eurasia. The staff tackles problems of applied ecology: rational nature management; ecological regulation; bio-indication; ecotoxicology; radioecology; environmental impact assessment and ecological prediction. Scientific structural department of the IPAE UB RAS consists of 13 laboratories and includes 294 collaborators with 193 scientific researchers. “The Russian Journal of Ecology” is produced there.
Expertise offered The models of adaptation diseases spread in young residents of industrial regions. Biophysical aspects of adaptation in representatives of the dangerous professions and unhealthy trades. Investigation modificial variability and adaptive resources in the human populations stressed by long-term complex anthropogenic influence. Health models in residents of the industrial area including forced migrants and their descendants. The research of the human individual radiosensitivity in the people stressed by chronic radiation influence. Biogeographic peculiarities of functioning of modern human communities.
Scientific keywords Algorithms Technogenic transformations Human Societies
Publications on the topic (other references)
  • Talalaeva G.V. Determination of Heterogeneity Biota as a Perspective Parameter of Ecological Standardization // Equidosimetry / Eds. by F. Brechignac and G. Desmet. Springer. Printed in the Netherlands. 2005. P. 51-56.
  • Talalaeva G.V. Time, Radiation and Technogenesis: Biological Rhythms by Industrial Regions Residents. Ekaterinburg, 2006. 234 p. ISBN 5-7525-1516-5.
  • Talalaeva G.V., Vishnevskey Iu. R., Shupko V.T. Drug Dependence – abnormal form of youth adaptation. Ekaterinburg, 2007. 250 p.
  • Talalaeva G.V., Khokhutkin I.M. Seasonal Biorthythms as a Feture of Human Genetic System // European Journal of Natural History. 2007. № 4. P. 68-73.
  • Talalaeva G.V. Innovative technology development in the sphere of social management // European Journal of Natural History. 2008. № 2. P. 10 – 12.
  • Talalaeva G.V., Simanovich V.R., Romanov I.T. Bioinformational Technologies for Educational Systems. Ekaterinburg, 2008. 92 p. ISBN 978-5-7996-0357-1.
  • Talalaeva G.V., Pavlov B.S. Themselves Keeping Behavior: Demographic Aspect. Ekaterinburg, 2008. 148 p. ISBN 5-7691-1907-1.
  • Talalaleva G. V. Impact of Global Financial and Economic Crisis on Population Stratification and Social Behaviour // European Society or European Societies: a View from Russia. Ed. by V.A. Mansurov. M.: Maska, 2009. Р. 50-51.
  • Talalaeva G.V. Themselves Keeping Behavior: Ecological Aspect. Ekaterinburg, 2008. 140 p. ISBN 978-5-98829-018-6.
  • Talalaeva G.V., Kornuchin A.I., Lavrik I.G., Altman N.S. “ROFES”-Diagrams for Distress Estimation. Ekaterinburg, 2010. 140 p. ISBN 978-5-8057-0731-6
Description of previous and present experience in International Cooperation
Previous participation in EU’s Framework Programme projects