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In Memoriam

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Ostapenya A.P.

Corresponding Member Aleksandr P. OSTAPENYA

Ostapenya, Aleksandr Pavlovich (Born: 29.01.1939. Died: 25.02.2012)


Doctor of Biological Sciences (since 1989), Professor.
Corresponding Member of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus. Elected in 1996 on speciality Hydrobiology.

Membership of other Academies, Scientific Societies and Councils
Member of the Scientific Doctorate degree defence council of the Institute of Zoology of the Academy of Sciences of Belarus,
Member of the Scientific degree defence council of the Institute of Hydrobiology of the National Academy of Sciences of the Ukraine

Editorial Board Membership
Member of the International editorial board of the "Hydrobiological Journal".

Last Position
The Belarusian State University, Head of the Science-research laboratory of hydroecology.
4 Independence Avenue, Minsk BY-220050, Republic of Belarus
Tel.: +375 (17) 277-85-22

Research areas
Productive hydrobiology, functional mechanisms of water ecosystems and the formations of water quality.

Main Publications
1. Detritus and its role in water ecosystems // Fundamentals of water ecosystems study (1979).
2. The organic substance and its transformation // Ecological system of Narotch lakes (1985).
3. Migration mechanism of Cs-137 in stratification lake (1996).

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