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София Степановна Баринова

 

Sophia S. Barinova

 

СПИСОК НАУЧНЫХ ТРУДОВ

 

 

A) Ph.D. dissertation

"Algoflora of Artemovsk reservoir", 150 pp., + Supplement 264 pp. (in Russian) – made in Institute of Biology and Soil Science, Far-East Branch of Russian Academy of Sciences, Vladivostok (1986-1991), defended in Institute of Botany, Russian Academy of Sciences, St.-Petersburg (30 October, 1991), Supervisor Prof. I.V. Makarova, Institute of Botany, Russian Academy of Sciences, St.-Petersburg, Russia. (I2-154, 157; J-196, 197, 198, 201, 205, 209).

 

B) Scientific Books (Refereed)

B.1. Authored Books

 

Published:

1. Barinova, S.S., Medvedeva, L.A. 1996. Atlas of algae as saprobic indicators (Russian Far East). Dal’nauka Press, Vladivostok, 364 pp. (in Russian)

2. Barinova, S.S., Trofimova, M.G., Karlsen, A.G., Solovyeva, A.A. 1999. Assessment of ecosystem status in water reservoirs with the basinal method and regional aspects. VINITI Press, Moscow, 110 pp. (in Russian)

3. Barinova, S.S., Trofimova, M.G., Karlsen, A.G., Solovyeva, A.A. 1999. A complex ecological assessment of the Istra River Basin. VINITI Press, Moscow, 254 pp. (in Russian)

4. Barinova, S.S., Medvedeva, L.A., Anisimova, O.V. 2000. Algae as indicators of environmental quality. Institute Nature Conservation Press, Moscow, Russia, 150 pp. (in Russian)

5. Barinova, S.S., Medvedeva, L.A., Anisimova, O.V. 2006. Diversity of algal indicators in the environmental assessment. Pilies Studio, Tel Aviv, Israel, 498 pp. (in Russian)

6. *Barinova, S.S., #Tavassi, M., Nevo, E. 2010. Microscopic algae in monitoring of the Yarqon River (Central Israel). LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, Saarbrücken, Germany, 187 pp.

7. *Barinova, S. 2011. Algal diversity dynamics, ecological assessment, and monitoring in the river ecosystems of the eastern Mediterranean. Nova Science Publishers, New York, USA, 363 pp.

In the web-sites:

8. Barinova, S.S., Medvedeva, L.A., Anissimova, O.V. 2001. Algae as indicators of environmental quality. Moscow State University, www//herba.msu.ru/algae (in Russian), 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2008.

9. *Barinova, S.S., Medvedeva, L.A., Anisimova, O.V. 2006. Diversity of algal indicators in the environmental assessment. http://herba.msu.ru/algae/materials/book/bioind/title.html  (in Russian), 2006-2016.

 

D) Refereed Articles in Scientific Journals

 

D.1. Published

 

10.  Barinova, S.S. 1995. Coating membrane in diatom shells. Paleontological Journal, 29(2A): 167-171. (IF 0.514, ranking 55/92, Q3 in Paleontology)

11.  Barinova, S.S. 1995. Characters of coloniality in diatoms. Paleontological Journal, 29(2A): 208-212. (IF 0.514, ranking 55/92, Q3 in Paleontology, cited by 2)

12.  Barinova S.S. 1997. Morphology of connective spines in diatom algae of the genus Aulacoseira Thwaites. Paleontological Journal, 31(2): 239-245. (IF 0.514, ranking 55/92, Q3 in Paleontology, cited by 15)

13.  Barinova. S.S., Medvedeva, L.A. 1998. Watanabe’s method in assessment of water bodies’ organic pollution. Algologia, 8(4): 428-448. (in Russian) (IF 0.319)

14.  Barinova, S.S. 1998. Assessment of aquatic ecosystems in Novaya Zemlya Archipelago based on the algal saprobity of Novozemelsk Preserve. Algology, 8(1): 57-62. (in Russian). (Translated: Barinova, S.S. 2000. An assessment of the state of aquatic ecosystems of Novaya Zemlya Archipelago (Novozemelskiy reserve, Russia). International Journal on Algae, 2(3): 62-69). (IF 0.12, ranking 498/525, Q4 in Ecology, Evolution, Behavior and Systematics, cited by 1).

15.  Krassilov, V.A., Afonin, S.A., Barinova, S.S. 1999. Tympanicysta and the terminal Permian events. Permophiles, 35: 16-17. (cited by 8).

16.  Barinova, S.S., Karlsen, A.G. 1999. Integral Criteria in assessment of pollution and recovery of aquatic systems. Ecological Systems and Instruments, 6: 26-28. (in Russian)

17.  Barinova, S.S. 1999. Ecosystem method of assessing disturbance of aquatic bodies. Ecological Systems and Instruments, 5: 32-34. (in Russian)

18.  Afonin, S.A., Barinova, S.S., & Krassilov, V.A. 2001. A bloom of Tympanicysta Balme (green algae of zygnematalean affinities) at the Permian - Triassic boundary. Geodiversitas, 23(4): 481-487. (IF 1.214, ranking 31/50, Q3 in Paleontology) (cited by 38).

19.  Barinova, S.S., Anissimova, O.V. 2003. Algoflora of water bodies in the Gorodnja River basin (Moscow, Russia). Bulletin Moscow Researcher’s of Nature, 108 (6): 55-63. (in Russian)

20.  Barinova, S.S., Anissimova, O.V., Nevo, E. & Wasser, S.P. 2003. Algae new for Israel from the Upper Nahal Oren River. Flora Mediterranea, 13: 273-296. (IF 0.16, ranking 321/376, Q4 in Plant Science)

21.  #Tavassi, M., Barinova, S.S., Anissimova, O.V., Nevo, E., Wasser, S.P. 2004. Algal indicators of the environment in the Nahal Yarqon Basin, Central Israel. International Journal on Algae, 6(4): 355-382. (Translate from: #Tavassi, M., Barinova, S.S., Anissimova, O.V., Nevo, E., Wasser, S.P. 2005. Algal indicators of the environment in the Nahal Yarqon Basin, Central Israel. Algologia, 15(1): 51-77. (in Russian) (IF 0.12, ranking 498/525, Q4 in Ecology, Evolution, Behavior and Systematics)

22.  Medvedeva, L.A. & Barinova, S.S. 2004. Results of algological research of some water bodies of Khabarovsky region (Russia). Botanical Journal, 89(11): 1768-1782. (in Russian)

23.  Krakhmalnyy A.F., Wasser S.P., Nevo E., Boltavskoy, A.S., Barinova, S.S., Krakhmalnyy, M.A. 2004. New form of Dinophyta from freshwater ponds of northern Israel. Algologia, 14(2): 211-219. (Translated: Krakhmalnyy A.F., Wasser S.P., Nevo E., Boltavskoy, A.S., Barinova, S.S., Krakhmalnyy, M.A. 2004. New form of Dinophyta from freshwater ponds of northern Israel. International Journal on Algae, 6(2): 116-124). (IF 0.12, ranking 498/525, Q4 in Ecology, Evolution, Behavior and Systematics, cited by 1).

24.  Barinova, S.S., Tsarenko, P.M. & Nevo, E. 2004. Algae of experimental pools on the Dead Sea coast, Israel. Israel Journal of Plant Science, 52(3): 265-275. DOI 10.1560/V889-764E-MCDY-NPDP (IF 0.319, ranking 189/204, Q4 in Plant Science, cited by 3)

25.  Barinova, S.S., Medvedeva, L.A. 2004. On the method of quantitative assessment of microphytobenthos in small rivers of the Russian Far-East. Algologia, 14 (1): 101-110. (in Russian). (IF 0.319)

26.  Barinova, S.S., Anissimova, O.V., Nevo, E., #Jarygin, M.M., and Wasser, S.P. 2004. Diversity and Ecology of Algae from Nahal Qishon, Northern Israel. Plant Biosystems, 138(3): 245-259. DOI 10.1080/11263500400006985. (IF 0.619, ranking 213/525, Q2 in Ecology, Evolution, Behavior and Systematics, cited by 17).

27.  Barinova, S.S., Anissimova, O.V., Nevo, E., Wasser, S.P. & #Jarygin, M.M. 2005. Freshwater algae new for Israel found in Nahal Qishon. Flora Mediterranea, 15: 73-98. (IF 0.16, ranking 321/376, Q4 in Plant Science)

28.  Barinova, S.S., Anissimova, O.V., Nevo, E., and Wasser, S.P. 2005. Diversity and ecology of phytoplankton and periphyton of the Nahal Oren, Alon Natural Park, Northern Israel. Algological Studies, 116: 169-197 (cited by 10).

29.  #Tavassi, M., Barinova, S.S., Nevo, E. 2006. Assessment of water quality along the Yarqon River based on algal assemblages, including a bioassay based on luminescent bacterium. Israel Journal of Ecology and Evolution, 52: 197. (IF 0.27, ranking 399/525, Q4 in Ecology, Evolution, Behavior and Systematics, cited by 3).

30.  #Lipkovsky, E., Barinova, S.S., Nevo, E. 2006. Application of ecological mapping in the biotechnology of water-quality assessment in the upper Jordan River basin. Israel Journal of Ecology and Evolution, 52: 179-180. (IF 0.27, ranking 399/525, Q4 in Ecology, Evolution, Behavior and Systematics)

31.  Barinova, S.S., #Tavassi, M., Nevo, E. 2006. Biotechnology of water quality assessment in the coastal rivers of Israel. Israel Journal of Ecology and Evolution, 52:163-164. (IF 0.27, ranking 399/525, Q4 in Ecology, Evolution, Behavior and Systematics)

32.  Barinova, S.S., #Tavassi, M., Nevo, E. 2006. Diversity and ecology of algae from Alexander River (Central Israel). Flora Mediterranea, 16: 111-132. (IF 0.16, ranking 321/376, Q4 in Plant Science)

33.  Barinova, S.S., #Tavassi, M., Nevo, E. 2006. Algal indicator system of environmental variables in the Hadera River basin, central Israel. Plant Biosystems, 140(1): 65-79. DOI 10.1080/11263500500507593. (IF 0.619, ranking 213/525, Q2 in Ecology, Evolution, Behavior and Systematics, cited by 17).

34.  Barinova, S., #Lipkovsky, E., Teltsch, B., Nevo, E. 2007. Seasonal influences on algal biodiversity in the Upper Jordan River by bio-indication and Canonical Correspondence Analysis (CCA). Israel Journal of Ecology and Evolution, 53: 199. (IF 0.27, ranking 399/525, Q4 in Ecology, Evolution, Behavior and Systematics)

35.  #Yehuda, G., Barinova, S. and Nevo, E. 2007. Algal species diversity of the Zin River basin in the Negev region, southern Israel. Israel Journal of Ecology and Evolution, 53: 227-228. (IF 0.27, ranking 399/525, Q4 in Ecology, Evolution, Behavior and Systematics)

36.  #Tavassi, M., Barinova, S., Glassman, H. 2008. Algal community in the pollution Lower Jordan River (Israel). Israel Journal Plant Science, 56 (1-2): 111-119. DOI 10.1560/IJPS.56.1-2.111. (IF 0.319, cited by 2)

37.  #Lipkovsky, E., Barinova, S., Nevo, E. 2008. The first record of Lemanea fluviatilis (L.) Agardh (Rhodophyta, Nemaliales, Lemaneaceae), a freshwater species in the upper Jordan River, Israel. Israel Journal of Plant Sciences, 56 (1-2): 121-122. DOI 10.1560/IJPS.56.1-2.121. (IF 0.319, ranking 189/204, Q4 in Plant Science).

38.  #Tavassi, M., Barinova, S.S., Nevo, E., Wasser, S.P. 2008. Assessment of water quality in the Yarqon River (the central Israel) in terms of the methods of bioindication and bioassay. Hydrobiological Journal, 44(2): 16-28. (Translated: #Tavassi, M., Barinova, S.S., Nevo, E., Wasser, S.P. 2007. Water quality assessment along the Yarqon River (central Israel) based on algal indication and bioassay methods. Hydrobiological Journal, 43(6): 18-31). DOI 10.1615/HydrobJ.v44.i2.20. (IF 0.190, ranking 219/293, Q3 in Ecology, cited by 3).

39.  Barinova, S.S., Medvedeva, L. & Nevo, E. 2008. Regional influences on algal biodiversity in two polluted rivers of Eurasia (Rudnaya River, Russia, and Qishon River, Israel) by bio-indication and Canonical Correspondence Analysis (CCA). Applied Ecology and Environmental Research, 6(4): 29-55. (IF 0.557, ranking 131/145, Q4 in Ecology, cited by 8).

40.  #Tavassi, M., Barinova, S.S., Nevo, E. 2008. Examination of water quality from the Yarqon River (central Israel) using the glass slide method to define algal vegetative activity (in vitro). Applied Ecology and Environmental Research, 6(3):113-125. (IF 0.557, ranking 131/145, Q4 in Ecology)

41.  Barinova, S., Nevo, E. 2008. Effects of climate change and anthropogenic pollution on the algal species diversity in the rivers of Israel. Israel Journal of Ecology and Evolution, 54: 259. (IF 0.27, ranking 399/525, Q4 in Ecology, Evolution, Behavior and Systematics)

42.  *Temina, M., Andreev, M.P., Barinova, S., & Nevo, E. 2009. Diversity and Ecology of Epiphytic Lichens in “Evolution Canyon” II, Lower Nahal Keziv, Upper Western Galilee, Israel. Turkish Journal of Botany, 33: 263-275. DOI 10.3906/bot-0901-1. (IF 1.600, ranking 80/197, Q2 in Plant Science, cited by 6).

43.  *Barinova, S., #Tavassi, M., Glassman, H. 2009. Diversity and ecology of algae from the Lower Jordan River, Israel. Plant Biosystems, 143 (2): 340-360. DOI 10.1080/11263500902722659. (IF 0.619, ranking 213/525, Q2 in Ecology, Evolution, Behavior and Systematics, cited by 2).

44.  *Barinova, S.S., Bragina, T.M., Nevo, E. 2009. Algal species diversity of arid region lakes in Kazakhstan and Israel. Community Ecology, 10(1): 7-16. DOI 10.1556/ComEc.10.2009.1.2. (IF 0.539, ranking 115/293, Q2 in Ecology, cited by 6).

45.  *Barinova, S. S., #Tavassi, M. & Nevo, E. 2009. Study of seasonal influences on algal biodiversity in the Yarqon River (central Israel) by bio-indication and Canonical Correspondence Analysis (CCA). Turkish Journal of Botany, 33: 353-372. DOI 10.3906/bot-0812-12. (IF 1.600, ranking 80/197, Q2 in Plant Science, cited by 7). 

46.  *Barinova, S., #Lipkovsky, E., Nevo, E. 2009. Rare species Lemanea fluviatilis (L.) Agardh (Rhodophyta) from Israel. Algological Studies, 132: 75-89. DOI 10.1127/1864-1318/2009/0132-0075. (IF 1.410)

47.  *Barinova, S. S., #Yehuda, G., Nevo, E. 2010. Comparative analysis of algal communities of northern and southern Israel as bearing on ecological consequences of climate change. Journal of Arid Environments, 74: 765-776. DOI 10.1016/j.jaridenv.2009.03.001. (IF 1.641, ranking 112/223, Q3 in Environmental Sciences, cited by 6).

48.  *Barinova, S.S. & Nevo, E. 2010. The Upper Jordan River algal communities are evidence of long-term climatic and anthropogenic impacts. Journal of Water Resource and Protection, 2: 507-526 (cited by 19).

49.  *Barinova, S., #Tavassi, M., Glassman, H., Nevo, E. 2010. Algal indication of pollution in the Lower Jordan River, Israel. Applied Ecology and Environmental Research, 8(1): 19-38. (IF 0.557, ranking 131/145, Q4 in Ecology cited by 4).

50.  *Barinova, S. S., #Tavassi, M. & Nevo, E. 2010. Algal communities of the Hadera River (Israel) under dramatic niche changes. Central European Journal of Biology, 5(4): 507-521. DOI 10.2478/s11535-010-0033-1. (IF 0.274, ranking 97/204, Q2 in Agricultural and Biological Sciences,, cited by 5).

51.  *#Sisma-Ventura, G., Barinova, S., Greenbaum, N. and #Tavassi, M. 2010. The influence of low storm discharge on nutrients and algal periphyton dynamics of a small Mediterranean, mountainous, ephemeral stream pond - Oren River Basin, Carmel Mountains (Israel). Transylvanian Review of Systematical and Ecological Research, 10, "The Wetlands Diversity": 149-162. (IF 0.012, ranking 65/66, Q4 in Area Studies)

52.  *Kidron, G.J., Vonshak, A., Dor, I., Barinova, S., Abeliovich, A. 2010. Properties and spatial distribution of microbiotic crust in the Negev Desert, Israel. Catena, 82: 92–101. DOI 10.1016/j.catena.2010.05.006. (IF 2.820, ranking 8/86, Q1 in Water Resources, cited by 43).

53.  *Barinova, S.S., Kukhaleishvili, L., Nevo, E., Janelidze, Z. 2011. Diversity and ecology of algae in the Algeti National Park as a part of the Georgian system of protected areas. Turkish Journal of Botany, 35 729-774. DOI 10.3906/bot-1009-83. (IF 1.600, ranking 80/197, Q2 in Plant Science, cited by 9).

54.  *#Lipkovsky, E., Barinova, S., Nevo, E. 2011. Algal vegetative activity in the Upper Jordan River (Northern Israel): an in vitro glass slide experiment. Applied Ecology and Environmental Research, 9(3): 231-244. (IF 0.557, ranking 131/145, Q4 in Ecology)

55.  *Barinova, S.S., Nevo, E., Bragina, T.M. 2011. Ecological assessment of wetland ecosystems of northern Kazakhstan on the basis of hydrochemistry and algal biodiversity. Acta Botanica Croatica, 70 (2), 215–244. DOI 10.2478/v10184-010-0020-7. (IF 0.876, ranking 142/204, Q3 in Plant Science, cited by 6).

56.  *Barinova, S. 2011. The effect of altitude on distribution of freshwater algae in continental Israel. Current Topics in Plant Biology, 12: 89-95.

57.  *#Lipkovsky, E., Barinova, S., Teltsch, B., Nevo, E. 2011. Seasonal influences on algal biodiversity in the Upper Jordan River by bio-indication and Canonical Correspondence Analysis (CCA). Applied Ecology and Environmental Research, 9(3): 231-244 (IF 0.557, ranking 131/145, Q4 in Ecology).

58.  *Barinova, S., Petrov, A. & Nevo, E. 2011. Comparative analysis of algal biodiversity in the rivers of Israel. Central European Journal of Biology, 6(2): 246-259. DOI 10.2478/s11535-010-0108-z. (IF 0.274, ranking 97/204, Q2 in Agricultural and Biological Sciences, cited by 17).

59.  *Ghosh, S., Barinova, S., and Keshri J.P. 2012. Diversity and seasonal variation of phytoplankton community in the Santragachi Lake, West Bengal, India. QScinece Connect, 3: 1-19 (cited by 6).

60.  *Solak, C.N., Barinova, S., Acs, E., Dalyioglu, H. 2012. Diversity and ecology of diatoms from Felent creek (Sakarya river basin), Turkey. Turkish Journal of Botany, 36 (2012) 191-203. DOI 10.3906/bot-1102-16. (IF 1.600, ranking 80/197, Q2 in Plant Science, cited by 14).

61.  *Medvedeva, L.A. & Barinova, S. 2011. Use of Algae for Monitoring Rivers in the Monsoon Climate Areas (Russian Part of Asian Pacific Region). International Journal of Environment and Resource, 1(1): 39-44 (cited by 1).

62.  *Kidron, G.J., Barinova, S., Vonshak, A. 2012. The effects of heavy winter rains and rare summer rains on biological soil crusts in the Negev Desert. Catena, 95: 6-11. DOI 10.1016/j.catena.2012.02.021. (IF 2.820, ranking 8/86, Q1 in Water Resources, cited by 13).

63.  *Barinova, S., Nevo, E. 2012. Algal diversity of the Akko Park wetlands in the Bahai Gardens (Haifa, Israel). Transylvanian Review of Systematical and Ecological Research. Wetland diversity, 2012: 50-80. (IF 0.012, ranking 65/66, Q4 in Area Studies)

64.  *Barinova, S., Krassilov, V.A. 2012. Algal diversity and bio-indication of water resources in Israel. International Journal of Environment and Resource, 1(2): 62-72.

65.  *Romanov, R.E., Barinova, S.S. 2012. The Charophytes of Israel: historical and contemporary species richness, distribution, and ecology. Biodiversity Research and Conservation, 25: 67-74 (cited by 11).

66.  *Bilous, O., Barinova, S., Klochenko P. 2012. Phytoplankton of the upper reaches of the Southern Bug River as indicator of its ecological status. Hydrobiological Journal, 48(5): 39-51. (IF 0.190, ranking 219/293, Q3 in Ecology) (cited by 2).

67.  *Solak, C.N., Barinova, S., Acs, E, Dalyoglu, H.  2012. Diversity and ecology of diatoms from Felent creek (Sakarya river basin), Turkey. Turkish Journal of Botany, 36: 191-203. doi:10.3906/bot-1102-16 (IF 1.600, ranking 80/197, Q2 in Plant Science, cited by 14).

68.  *Bilous, O., Barinova, S., Klochenko P. 2012. Phytoplankton communities in ecological assessment of the Southern Bug River upper reaches (Ukraine). Ecohydrology and Hydrobiology, 12(3): 211-230. DOI: 10.2478/v10104-012-0021-3 (IF 1.08, ranking 145/197, Q3 in Aquatic Science, cited by 4).

69.  *Barinova, S., Keshri J.P., Ghosh S., Sikdar J. 2012. The influence of the monsoon climate on phytoplankton in the Shibpukur pool of Shiva temple in Burdwan, West Bengal, India. Limnological Review, 2(2): 47-63. DOI 10.2478/v10194-011-0044-y (cited by 1).

70.  *Krassilov, V., Berner, A., Barinova, S. 2013. Jurassic flora of the Negev Desert: Plant taphonomy, paleoecology and paleogeographic inference. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 378: 1–12. DOI 10.1016/j.palaeo.2013.03.014. (IF 2.340, ranking 5/50, Q1 in Paleontology, cited by 4).

71.  *Krassilov, V., Barinova, S. 2013. Sea level – geomagnetic polarity correlation as consequence of rotation geodynamics. Earth Science, 2(1): 1-8 (cited by 4).

72.  *Bilous, Ye.P., Barinova, S.S., Klochenko. P.D. 2013. Phytoplankton of the upper Section of the South Bug River as Indicator of its Ecological Status.  Hydrobiological Journal, 49(1): 39-50. (IF 0.190, ranking 219/293, Q3 in Ecology). 

73.  *Bilous, O., Barinova, S., Klochenko P. 2013. Phytoplankton of the middle reaches of the Southern Bug River as indicator of its ecological status. Hydrobiological Journal, 49(4): 31-45. DOI 10.1615/HydrobJ.v49.i1.50 (IF 0.190, ranking 219/293, Q3 in Ecology) (cited by 2).

74.  *#Yehuda, G., S.S. Barinova, T. Krugman, T. Pavlicek, Y. Nov and E. Nevo. 2013. Microscale adaptive response of charophytes of the Negev Desert, Israel: species divergences by AFLP. Natural Resource Conservation 1(3): 55-64 (cited by 3).

75.  *Barinova, S., Stenina, A. 2013. Ecological adaptation of diatoms in the Arctic lakes of the Kostyanoi Nos Cape (Nenezky Natural Reserve, Russian North). Plant Biosystems, 147(2): 397–410. (IF 0.619, ranking 213/525, Q2 in Ecology, Evolution, Behavior and Systematics, cited by 3).

76.  *Barinova, S., Sivaci, R. 2013. Experimental approach to a lake ecosystem assessment in the Great Lota, Turkey. The Experiment, 9(4), 566-586.

77.  *Barinova, S., Naiz Ali, Barkatullah and F.M. Sarim. 2013. Ecological Adaptation to Altitude of Algal Communities in the Swat Valley (Hindu Cush Mountains, Pakistan). Expert Opinion on Environmental Biology, 2(2): 1-15. DOI: 10.2478/s13545-014-0150-y

78.  *Sivaci, R.E., Barinova, S., Solak, C.N., Çobanoglu, K. 2013. Ecological assessment of Great Lota Lake (Turkey) on the base of diatom communities. African Journal of Biotechnology, 12(5): 453-464. DOI: 10.5897/AJB12.671 (IF 0.573, ranking 137/160, Q4 in Biotechnology & Applied Microbiology)

79.  *Barinova, S., 2013. Diversity, ecology and survivor of freshwater red algae in Israel. Natural Resources and Conservation, 1(2): 21-29.

80.  *Barinova, S., 2013. Multilevel approach in biodiversity analysis of freshwater algae. Expert Opinion on Environmental Biology, 2(2): 1-2. http://dx.doi.org/10.4172/2325-9655.1000e106

81.  *Barinova, S., Romanov, R., Solak, C.N. 2014.  New record of Chara hispida (L.) Hartm. (Streptophyta: Charophyceae, Charales) from the Işıklı Lake (Turkey) and critical checklist of Turkish charophytes. Natural Resources and Conservation, 2(3): 33-42. DOI: 10.13189/nrc.2014.020301 (cited by 5).

82.  *Bilous, O., Barinova, S., Klochenko, P. 2013. Climatic influence on the phytoplankton communities of the upper reaches of the Southern Bug River (Ukraine). Transylvanian Review of Systematical and Ecological Research. The Wetlands Diversity, 15(2): 61-86 (IF 0.012, ranking 65/66, Q4 in Area Studies, cited by 2).

83.  *Barinova, S., Solak, C.N., Erdoğan, O., Romanov, R. 2014. Algae and Zooplankton in Ecological Assessment of the Işıklı Lake, Turkey. Aquatic Biology Research, 2(2):23-35. DOI: 10.12966/abr.05.02.2014 (cited by 5).

84.  *Barinova, S., Romanov, R. 2014. Unique locality with charophytes in the Mount Arbel National Park, Israel. Elixir Bio Diversity, 77: 28932-28936 (cited by 4).

85.  *Klochenko, P., Shevchenko, T., Barinova, S., Tarashchuk O. 2014. Assessment of the ecological state of the Kiev Reservoir by the bioindication method. Oceanological and Hydrobiological Studies, 43(3): 228-236. DOI:10.2478/s13545-014-0137-8 (IF 0.67, ranking 49/61, Q4 in Oceanography, cited by 2).

86.  *Barinova, S., Kukhaleishvili, L. 2014. Diversity and ecology of algae and cyanobacteria in the Aragvi River, Georgia. The Journal of Biodiversity. Photon, 113: 305-338.

87.  *Khuram, I., N. Ahmad, S. Jan and S. Barinova S. 2014. Freshwater green algal biofouling of boats in the Kabul River, Pakistan. Oceanological and Hydrobiological Studies, 43(4): 329-336. DOI 10.2478/s13545-014-0150-y. (IF 0.67, ranking 49/61, Q4 in Oceanography).

88.  *Barinova, S., Gabyshev, V., and Gabysheva, O. 2014. Climate impact of freshwater biodiversity: general patterns in extreme environments of North-Eastern Siberia (Russia). British Journal of Environment and Climate Change 4(4):423-443 (cited by 1).

89.  *Barinova, S., Fatyukha, A., and Romanov, R. 2014. Macrophytes and Charophytes in ecological assessment of the protected lakes in Donetsk Region, Ukraine. Natural Resources and Conservation, 2(5):71-79.

90.  *Barinova, S., Chekryzheva, T. 2014. Phytoplankton dynamic and bioindication in the Kondopoga Bay, Lake Onego (Northern Russia). Journal of Limnology, 73(2): 282-297. DOI: 10.4081/jlimnol.2014.820. (IF 1.178, ranking 12/20, Q3 in Limnology, cited by 3).

91.  *Krupa, E., Slyvinskiy, G. and Barinova, S. 2014. The Effect of Climatic Factors on the Long-term Dynamics of Aquatic Ecosystem of the Balkhash Lake (Kazakhstan, Central Asia). Advanced Studies in Biology, 6(3): 115-136. (IF 0.365)

92.  Bilous, O., Barinova, S., Klochenko, P. 2014. The role of phytoplankton in the ecological assessment of the Southern Bug River middle reaches (Ukraine). Fundamental and Applied Limnology, 184(4): 277-295. DOI: 10.1127/1863-9135/2014/0509. (IF 1.077, ranking 66/103, Q3 in Marine and Freshwater Biology)

93.  *Krassilov, V.A. 2015. Epistemological approaches to the Systemic Evolution Theory (SET). Botanica Pacifica, 4(1): 1-4. DOI: 10.17581/bp.2015.04104. Represented by S. Barinova

94.  *Romanov, R.E., A.A. Gontcharov and S. Barinova. 2015.  Chara globata Mig. (Streptophyta: Charales): rare species revised. Fottea, Olomouc 15(1):39-50. DOI 10.5507/fot.2015.004. (IF 1.930, ranking 66/204, Q2 in Plant Sciences, cited by 1).

95.  *Palamar-Mordvintseva, G.M., Tsarenko, P.M., Barinova, S. 2015. Phylogenesis, Origin and Kinship of the Charophytic Algae. Botanica Pacifica, 4(2): 59-70. Special issue “Plant evolution at levels from molecular to ecosystem”. DOI: 10.17581/bp.2015.04216.

96.  *Krupa, E., S. Barinova and M. Alyimov. 2015. Redescription of Acartia (Acanthacartia) tonsa Dana, 1849 (Copepoda: Calanoida) from The Caspian Sea. Advanced Studies in Biology, 71(9):393-402. (IF 0.365)

97.  *Klymiuk, V. and S. Barinova. 2015. Phytoplankton communities in ecological assessment of lacustrine ecosystems in the Wetland Slavyansky, Ukraine. Journal of Wetlands Biodiversity, 5:17-27.

98.  *Denisov, D.B., and S. Barinova. 2015. Algal diversity and ecological variables in the Arctic lakes of the Kola Peninsula, Russian North. Issues of Modern Algology, 2(9). http://algology.ru/742  

99.  *Denisov, D.B. and S. Barinova. 2015. Phytoperiphyton and environmental variable in the rivers of the Kola peninsula, Russian Arctic North. Issues of Modern Algology. Special Issue "IV Sabinin Reading-2015" http://algology.ru/677.

100. Denisov D.B., Barinova S.S. Phytoperiphyton and environmental variables in the rivers of the Kola Peninsula, Russian Arctic North. Вопросы современной альгологии (Issues of modern algology). 2016. № 1 (11). URL: http://www.algology.ru/957 (In Russian).

101. *Krassilov, V.A., S. Barinova and S. Rybnikov. 2014. Rotation forcing of tectonics and climate. Earth Science, 3(3):68-75 (cited by 3).

102. *Krassilov, V.A. and S. Barinova. 2014. “Flower” of Magnolia grandiflora is not flower and what about “basal angiosperms”. Journal of Plant Sciences, 2(6):282-293. (IF 0.202, ranking 284/376, Q4 in Plant Science)

103. *Krassilov, V.A. and S. Barinova. 2014. Carpel-fruit in a coniferous genus Araucaria and the enigma of angiosperm origin. Journal of Plant Sciences, 2(5):159-166 (IF 0.202, ranking 284/376, Q4 in Plant Science, cited by 2).

104. *Klymiuk, V.N., S. Barinova and N.M. Lyalyuk. 2014. Bioindication analysis of the salt lakes of the RLP "Slavyansky resort" based оn phytoplankton. Hydrology, Hydrochemistry and Hydroecology, 2(33):70-80. (in Ukrainian).

105. *Klymiuk, V., S. Barinova and N. Lyalyuk. 2014. Diversity and ecology of algal communities from the regional landscape park “Slavyansky Resort”, Ukraine. Research and Reviews. Journal of Botanical Science, 3(2):9-26 (cited by 2).

106. *Barinova, S., V. Klymiuk and N. Lyalyuk. 2015. Ecology of phytoplankton in the regional landscape park "Slavyansky Resort", Ukraine. Applied Ecology and Environmental Research, 13(2):449-464. DOI: 10.15666/aeer/1302_449464. (IF 0.557, ranking 131/145, Q4 in Ecology)

107. *Barinova, S., Romanov, R. 2015. The Charophytes (Charophyta) Locality in the Milkha Stream, Lower Jordan, Israel. Natural Resources and Conservation, 3(2): 19-30. DOI: 10.13189/nrc.2015.030201 (cited by 1)

108. *Barinova, S., Romanov, R. 2015. Charophyte Communities in the Ein Afeq Natural Reserve, Israel. Natural Resources and Conservation, 3(2): 31-44. DOI: 10.13189/nrc.2015.030202

109. *Barinova, S., Gabyshev, V., Boboev, M., Kukhaleishvili, L., Bilous, O. 2015. Algal Indication of Climatic Gradients, American Journal of Environmental Protection. Special Issue: Applied Ecology: Problems, Innovations, 4(3-1): 72-77. doi: 10.11648/j.ajep.s.2015040301.22

110. *Barinova, S., Boboev, M., Hisoriev, H. 2015. Freshwater algal diversity of the South-Tajik Depression in a high mountainous extreme environment. Turkish Journal of Botany, 39: 535-546 and Supplement 1-22. (IF 1.600, ranking 80/197, Q2 in Plant Science, cited by 1).

111. *Barinova, S. and Romanov, R. 2015. Charophyte Community in the Lowermost Locality in the World near the Dead Sea, Israel. International Journal of Plant & Soil Science, 6(4): 229-243 (cited by 3).

112. *Barinova S.S., Medvedeva L.A., Kondratieva L.M., and Shesterkin V.P. 2015. Bio-indication in the Amur River, Russian Far East. Research Journal of Pharmaceutical, Biological and Chemical Sciences, 6(1): 1171-1187. DOI 10.3906/bot-1406-45. (IF 0.160).

113. *Barinova S.S., Klochenko P.D., Belous Ye.P. 2015. Algae as Indicators of the Ecological State of Water Bodies: Methods and Prospects.  Hydrobiological Journal, 51(6):3-21. DOI: 10.1615/HydrobJ.v51.i6; 51(45):3-23 (In Russian). (IF 0.190, ranking 219/293, Q3 in Ecology).

114. *Barinova S.S., and Boboev, M.Т. 2015. Critical approach to the floristic analysis of freshwater algal flora on the example of South-Tajik Depression. Bulletin of Moscow Society of Naturalists. Biology Series, 120(1): 40-48. (In Russian).

115. *Barinova S.S. 2015. The role of diatoms for the assessment of climatic influence to aquatic communities. Issues modern algology, 3(10).  URL: http://algology.ru/759 . Баринова С.С. Роль диатомовых водорослей в оценке влияния климата на водные сообщества // Вопросы современной альгологии. 2015. № 3 (10). URL: http://algology.ru/759 (In Russian).

116. *Barinova S., Romanov R. 2015. The New High Mountain Locality Ein Qinia with Charophytes in the Northern Israel. Universal Journal of Plant Sciences, 3(5): 109-119. DOI: 10.13189/ujps.2015.030503 (IF 0.202, ranking 284/376, Q4 in Plant Science, cited by 1).

117. *Barinova S., Romanov R. 2015. The Ein El Balad charophyte locality in the Mount Carmel Biosphere Reserve, Israel. International Journal of Advanced Research in Botany, 1(2): 1-12.

118. *Barinova S. 2015. How Valentin Krassilov’s Ideas Determined the Development of Evolutionary Theory. Botanica Pacifica, 4(2): 3-4. Special issue “Plant evolution at levels from molecular to ecosystem”. DOI: 10.17581/bp.2015.04220.

119. *Barinova S, Romanov R. 2015. Unique charophytes locality in the Borot Loz Natural Reserve, Negev Desert, Israel. Discovery Nature, 9(21): 33-41 (cited by 1).

120. *Barinova S, Romanov R. 2015. How a New Locality of Algal Community in the Negev Desert, Israel was formed. Expert Opinion on Environmental Biology, 4(2): 1-7.  doi:10.4172/2325-9655.1000116 (cited by 3).

121. *Barinova, S., Romanov, R. 2016. Charophytes Locality in the Ga’aton River, Lower Galilee, Israel. Journal of Biology and Life Science, 7(1): 94-109. doi:10.5296/jbls.v7i1.7815 (cited by 4).

122. *Barinova, S., Romanov, R. 2016. The Ancient Locality Syndianna with Charophytes in the Northern Israel. Natural Resources and Conservation, 4(1): 1-14. DOI: 10.13189/nrc.2016.040101

123. Boboev, M.T., Barinova, S. 2016. The comparative analysis of the South-Tajik depression algal flora with selected floras of Eurasia. Proceedings of II International Conference “Actual problems of the development of world science”, 26 March, Kiev, Ukraine.

 

D.3. Accepted for Publication

124. *Romanov R.E., Barinova S.S. 2015. New record of Chara hispida (L.) Hartm. (Streptophyta: Charales) for the Ukrainian Carpathians. Acta Botanica Croatica. (In Press). (IF 0.876, ranking 142/204, Q3 in Plant Science).

125. *Barinova, S., Na Liu, Jiyang Ding, Yonglei An, Xueming Qin, Chenxin Wu. 2016. Ecological assessment of water quality of the Songhua River upper reaches by algal communities. Acta Ecologica Sinica, 2016. (In Press). (IF 0.264. ranking 189/293, Q3 in Ecology).

 

E) Articles or Chapters in Scientific Books (that are not conference proceedings)

 

  1. Barinova, S.S. Sustainability of ecosystems. Aquatic ecosystems. Systemic approach. In: Assessment of Ecosystem Status and Sustainability. 1992. Institute Nature Conservation Press, Moscow: 92-101. (in Russian).
  2. Barinova, S.S. Assessment of the status of aquatic ecosystems. Systemic approach. In: Assessment of Ecosystem Status and Sustainability. 1992. Institute Nature Conservation Press, Moscow: 49-55. (in Russian)
  3. Barinova, S.S. Assessment of aquatic ecosystems based on the algal saprobity. In: Novaya Zemlya. Nature. History. Archeology. Culture. Trans. Marine Arctic Complex Expedition. Volume 1. Nature. 1998. Russian Institute of Cultural and Natural Heredity Press, Moscow: 242-250. (in Russian)
  4. Barinova, S.S., Krylov, S.V. Ecological status of small rivers. In: Small rivers of Volga Region. 1998. Moscow State University Press, Moscow: 39-43. (in Russian)
  5. Barinova, S.S., Karlsen, A.G., Solovieva A.A. 2002. Sustainable assessment of some water ecosystems of Kostanai Oblast and west part of North-Kazakhstan Oblast on the hydrochemical and hydrobiological dates. In: Bragina, T.M., Bragin E.A. (eds.). 2002. The most important wetlands of North Kazakhstan (Kostsnai Oblast and west part of North-Kazakhstan Oblast), World Wildlife Found Press, Moscow: 39-43. (in Russian).
  6. *Barinova, S. Nevo, E. 2012. Climatic and pollution impact on algal diversity of the freshwater ecosystems in Eurasia. In: Climate Change and Impacts. AcademyPublish.org, WY, USA: pp. 16-50.

 

H) Patents

  1. Barinova, S.S., Barinov, S.A. 1986. Instrument for measuring temperature of aquatic environment. Certificate of Rationalization Proposal № 35, 23.12.1986, Vladivostok, Russia: 2 pp. (in Russian)
  2. Barinova, S.S. 1987. Portable Instrument for measuring water temperature. Information Bulletin of PrimCNTI, 177-87, Vladivostok, Russia: 4 pp. (in Russian)
  3. Barinova, S.S. 1987. Sanitary-biological analysis of water quality. Information Bull. PrimCNTI, 217-87, Vladivostok, Russia: 4 pp. (in Russian)

 

I) Conference Proceedings

 

I.1. Refereed

  1. Barinova, S.S., Karlsen, A.G. 1998. Assessment of changes in the quality of surface waters as a result of reconstruction of the Moscow Encircling Road. Materials Intern. Ecol. Symp. “Human Problems in Megapolis”, Moscow, 15 October 1998. Moscow; Intern Acad. Inform. at United Nations. (in Russian).
  2. Barinova, S.S. 1998. Pollution of natural environments by polychlor-dibenzodioxines and dibenzofuranes from MKAD traffic. Proceedings Intern. Ecol. Symp. “Human Problems in Megapolis”, Moscow, 15 October 1998. Moscow; Intern Acad. Inform. at United Nations. (in Russian).
  3. Barinova, S.S. 1999. Biodiversity of algae in the analysis of ecological situations. In: “Lake Ecosystems: Biological Processes, Anthropogenic Transformation, Water Quality”. Proceedings Intern. Symp. Minsk: 29-30. (in Russian).
  4. Anissimova, O.V. & Barinova, S.S. 2004. Comparative floristic analysis of algoflora of Altaj Natural Reserve and some other Natural Reserves of Eurasia.  In: “Advances of comparative floristic analysis in Russia. A.I. Tolmachev’s school contribution”. VI workshop on comparative floristic analysis. Syktyvkar, Komi Republic, Institute of Biology Komi Sci. Center URO RAS. P. 175-180. (In Russian).
  5. Barinova, S.S. & Anissimova, O.V. 2004. Criteria of sufficiency of species diversity composition for the comparative floristic analysis in algae. In: “Advances of comparative floristic analysis in Russia”. A.I. Tolmachev’s school contribution. VI workshop on comparative floristic analysis. Syktyvkar, Komi Republic, Institute of Biology Komi Sci. Center URO RAS: 180-185. (in Russian).
  6. #Tavassi, M., Barinova, S., Nevo, E., Wasser, S.P. 2007. Evaluated the connection of bioassay, based on luminescent bacterium, Photobacterium leiognathi, algal assemblages, and water quality along the Yarqon River (central of Israel). Proceedings of the First International Conf. «Bioindicators in monitoring of freshwater ecosystems», 23-27 October 2006, St.- Petersburg: 147-151.
  7. #Lipkovsky, E., Barinova, S.S., & Nevo, E. 2007. Algal diversity dynamic and ecological mapping of streams in the Upper Jordan River, Northern Israel. Proceedings of the First International Conf. «Bio-indicators in monitoring of freshwater ecosystems», 23-27 October 2006, St.- Petersburg: 128-132.
  8. Barinova, S.S., #Tavassi, M. & Nevo, E. 2007. Bio-indication in the monitoring of rivers in Israel. Proceedings of the First International Conf. «Bio-indicators in monitoring of freshwater ecosystems», 23-27 October 2006, St.- Petersburg: 98-102.
  9. Barinova, S.S., Medvedeva L.A. 2007. Latitudinal distribution of the diatom diversity in Eurasia. Proceedings of X International Symposium of diatomologs of SNG countries “Morphology, cell biology, ecology, floristic and history of development of diatom algae”. Minsk, Belarus, 9-14 Sept. 2007: 51-53.

10.  Barinova, S.S., Bragina, T.M., Nevo, E. 2007. Influence of major environmental factors on the diversity of algae in the arid ecosystems. Proceedings of International Symposium “Biological Diversity of Asian Steppes” Kostanay, Kazakhstan, 3-4 April, 2007: 150-153.

11.  Barinova, S.S., Alster, A. 2007. Dynamic of algal species diversity in the Lake Kinneret (Israel) over the last century. Proceedings of III International Symposium “Lakes ecosystems: biological processes, anthropogenic transformation, water quality” Naroch, Belarus, 17-22 Sept. 2007: 8-9.

12.  Barinova, S.S., Medvedeva, L.A. 2008. Systemic approach in the algal biodiversity analysis. In: Modern Problems of Algology: Materials of the International Scientific Conference and VIIth Marine Biology School (June 9–13, 2008). Rostov-on-Don, Russia, SSC RAS Publishers, 2008: 37-41.

13.  *Barinova S.S. 2009. Integral methods of algal monitoring groups and taxa allocation. The Algae: problems of taxonomy, ecology and use in the monitoring. Proceedings of the II Russian scientific-practical Conference (Syktyvkar, 5-9 October 2009) [Electronic resource]. – Syktyvkar: Institute of biology of Komi Sci. Center, Ural Div. RAS, 2009, pp. 261-263. – Access mode: http://ib.komisc.ru/add/conf/algo_2009/ .

14.  *Barinova, S.S. 2009. A principle of floristic analysis of diatom algae. Proceedings of the XI Diatom Symposium of SNG countries (Minsk, 27 Sept.-2 Oct. 2009) – Minsk: Belarus University Press, 2009, pp. 32-35.

15.  *Barinova, S. and P. Tsarenko. 2014. Taxonomic and ecological changes of the algal community in the Hula Lake Natural Reserve, Northern Israel during last century. Proceedings of the International scientific and practical conference "The success of formation and functioning of a network of specially protected natural territories and the study of biological diversity", February 26-27, 2014, Kostanay (Kazakhstan): 56-59. (in Russian).

16.  *Kukhaleishvili, L. and S. Barinova. 2014. Taxonomical analysis of algal floras of the Algeti National Park (Georgia). Proceedings of the International scientific and practical conference "The success of formation and functioning of a network of specially protected natural territories and the study of biological diversity", February 26-27, 2014, Kostanay (Kazakhstan):145-149. (in Russian).

17.  *Barinova, S. 2015. The role of diatoms in the climatic influence assessment on the aquatic communities. Proceedings of the XIIth International Scientific Conference of Diatomologists «Diatom algae: advances, problems and prospects of research», 24–29 August, 2015, Moscow, Russia. Issues of Modern Algology, Special Volume, 15-18. http://algology.ru/pdf/konferen-diatom-tez.pdf

18.  *Barinova, S. and S. Ghosh. 2014. Phytoplankton of the Shibpukur pool in the Shiva temple reserve, West Bengal, India. Proceedings of the International scientific and practical conference "The success of formation and functioning of a network of specially protected natural territories and the study of biological diversity", February 26-27, 2014, Kostanay (Kazakhstan): 94-97.

 

I.2. Conference Abstracts

  1. Kukharenko, L.A., Barinova, S.S. 1979. Build-up and development of planktonic phytocoenoses in artificial reservoirs of Primorskiy Region. Abstr. 14 Pacific Science Congress: 29-31.
  2. Barinova, S.S. 1987. On anomalous forms in algae of continental reservoirs of southern Far East. “Current Problems of Modern Algology”: 26. (in Russian).
  3. Barinova, S.S. 1987 Algoflora of Komsomolsk Reserve. “Current Problems of Modern Algology”: 27. (in Russian).
  4. Barinova, S.S. 1988. Morphological structures and the problems of evolution in Centric Diatoms. Abstr. 10th Int. Diatom Symp.  Joensuu, Finland. Aug. 28 - Sept. 2, Joensuu: Univ Press. Joensuu: 12.
  5. Barinova, S.S. 1988. Results of algoflora study in Artemovsk Reservoir (Primorskiy region). Abstr. 7th Session of All-Union Botanical Society. Alma-Ata. (in Russian).
  6. Barinova, S.S., Medvedeva, L.A. 1989. Sanitary-biological analysis of modern state of the Rudnaya River. “Ecological Problems in Dalnegorsk Region and Possible Solutions” (Abstr.). Sci. Appl. Seminar, 6-8 December 1989. Dalnegorsk: 22-23. (in Russian).
  7. Barinova, S.S. 1989. Diatom algae of large lakes of the Lower Amur floodplain. “History of Lakes. Rational Utilization and Protection of Lacustrine reservoirs” (Abstr.) 8th All-Union Conf. Minsk: 28 (in Russian).
  8. Barinova, S.S. 1990. Sanitary – biological characteristics of Artemovsk Reservoir. Proceedings of 3d Sci. Conf. “On the Problems of Water Resources of Far East Region and Transbaikalia”, Irkutsk: 42 (in Russian).
  9. Barinova, S.S., Medvedeva, L.A. 1992. A long-term assessment of seasonal pollution dynamics in the Rudnaya River, Primorskiy Region on the basis of algal diversity. “Ecological Regulation. Problems and Methods”. Moscow, Inst. Nat. Cons. Press: 10-12. (in Russian).

10.  Barinova, S.S. 1992. An index of river pollution – new measure of the status of a water flow. “Ecological Regulation. Problems and Methods”. Moscow, Inst. Nat. Cons. Press: 8-10. (in Russian).

11.  Barinova, S.S. 1995. Systemic model for risk assessment in aquatic ecosystems. Ecology and Geography of Diatom Algae. Abstr. 6th Diatomological Workshop of SNG. Minsk: 7. (in Russian).

12.  Barinova S.S. 1995. Stress and biodiversity in aquatic ecosystems. International Symposium “Ecosystem Evolution” (Abstr.) Moscow, Paleontological Institute Press: 13.

13.  Barinova, S.S. 1998. Biodiversity of algae and assessment of aquatic ecosystems. Proceedings of International Sympos. “Modern Problems of Algology, Mycology and Phytopathology”. Moscow: Moscow State University Press: 27 –28. (in Russian).

14.  #Tavassi, M., Barinova, S.S., Anissimova, O.V., Nevo, E. & Wasser, S.P. 2005. Algal indicators of environment in the Nahal Yarqon basin, Central Israel. Proceedings of International Sympos. “River Bottom VI”. 19-23 September 2005, Brno, Czech Republic: 64. DOI 10.1615/InterJAlgae.v6.i4.50.

15.  #Tavassi, M., Barinova, S.S., Nevo, E., 2005. Biological monitoring of Yarqon River using microscopic algal communities as indicators of water quality. Proceedings of 2005 International Conference “Living with global change: challenges in environmental sciences”, Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot May 30-June 1, 2005: 129.

16.  Barinova, S.S., Nevo, E., 2005. Phytogeographical relations on the example of diatom algae of Israel. Proceedings of IX Diatom Sympos. “Morphology, systematics, ontogenesis, ecology and biogeography of diatom algae” Borok 13-16 Sept. IBIW Press, 2005: 26.

17.  Barinova, S.S., Nevo, E. 2005. Assessment of water quality in the Qishon River, Northern Israel on the basis of algal indicators. Proceedings of 2005 International Conference “Living with global change: challenges in environmental sciences”, Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot May 30-June 1, 2005: 119.

18.  Barinova, S. S., #Tavassi, M. & Nevo, E. 2007. Biotechnological approach for the Lower Jordan water quality assessment. MARD International symposium “Balancing Water Scarcity and Growing Demands in Agriculture” Amman-Jordan, June 26-28, 2007.

19.  Barinova, S., #Lipkovsky, E., Nevo, E. 2007. Canonical Correspondence Analysis (CCA) of seasonal influences on algal biodiversity in the Upper Jordan River.  MARD International symposium “Balancing Water Scarcity and Growing Demands in Agriculture” Amman-Jordan, June 26-28, 2007.

20.  Barinova, S., Krassilov, V.A. 2008. Phytogeographic analysis of the diatom algal flora of continental Israel. 2nd Central European Diatom Meeting and the Workshop "Ecology and taxonomy of benthic diatoms in freshwater oligotrophic habitats" (CEDiatoM2, Trento, 12-20 June 2008). Italy.

21.  Barinova, S.S. Diatoms as bio-indicators of environment in the Eastern Mediterranean coastal rivers. 20th International Diatom Symposium. 2008, Dubrovnik, Croatia 7 - 13 September 2008. Dubrovnik, Croatia.

22.  #Yehuda, G., Barinova, S., Nevo, E. 2008. Chara species at the Negev desert streams. 5th International Research Group on Charophytes Symposium, 24-28 September, 2008, Rostok, Germany.

23.  Barinova, S., Nevo, E. Diversity and ecology of freshwater red algae in Israel. Establishment of a Middle Eastern Biodiversity Research, Training, and Conservation Network, 20-23 October, 2008, Akaba, Jorden.

24.  Barinova, S., Nevo, E. 2008. Diversity and ecology of freshwater red algae in Israel. Middle Eastern Biodiversity Congress, Aqaba, Jordan, 20-23 October 2008: 136.

25.  Barinova, S., Nevo, E. 2008. Effects of climate change and anthropogenic pollution on the algal species diversity in the rivers of Israel. 36 Annual ISEEQS Conference, 17-18 June, 2008, Haifa, Israel.

26.  *Barinova, S. S., #Tavassi, M. 2009. Role of cyanobacterial assemblages in experimental assessment of anthropogenic impact and rehabilitation of the Hadera River. Israeli Society Annual Meeting, 23-24 March, 2009: 82.

27.  *Barinova, S., Petrov, A. & Nevo, E. 2010. Comparative analysis of algal biodiversity in the rivers of Israel. Proceedings of the 2nd International Geography Symposium, June 2-5, 2010 Kemer-Antalya, Turkey: 48.

28.  *Barinova, S. & Petrov, A. 2010. Influence of climatic gradient on diversity of freshwater algae in the Eastern Mediterranean. Modern Problems of Aquatic Ecology. 4th International Scientific Conference to commemorate Professor G.G. Winberg, 11-15 October 2010, St. Peterburg, Russia: 17.

29.  *Barinova, S.S. 2011. The new approaches to ecology of continental diatoms. Abstracts of XII International Scientific conference of Diatomologists “Diatom algae: morphology, systematic, floristic, ecology, paleogeography, biostratigraphy”, 19-24 September 2011, Moscow.

30.  *Barinova, S.S. 2011. Climatic impact on continental diatom distribution. Abstracts of XII International Scientific conference of Diatomologists “Diatom algae: morphology, systematic, floristic, ecology, paleogeography, biostratigraphy”, 19-24 September 2011, Moscow.

31.  *Bilous, O., Barinova, S. and Klochenko, P. 2011. Phytoplankton diversity and ecological assessment of the upper part of the Southern Bug River basin, Ukraine. Abstracts of 3rd Aquatic Biodiversity International Conference, 2011. Sibiu/Transylvania/Romania/European Union: 66.

32.  *Barinova, S. 2011. Algal diversity of the Akko Park wetlands in the Bahai Garden (Haifa, Israel). Abstracts of 3rd Aquatic Biodiversity International Conference, 2011. Sibiu/Transylvania/Romania/European Union: 62.

33.  *Barinova, S., Krassilov, V. 2011. Theological Roots of Evolutionary Theory. What is Life, International Conference, Krakow, Poland, 24-28 June 2011. The Centre of Theology and Philosophy.

34.  *Barinova, S.S. 2011. Bio-indication of climatic impact on the freshwater algal communities with using of mathematical methods. Abstracts of II International Conference “Bioindication in monitoring of freshwater ecosystems”, St.-Petersburg, Russia, 10-14 October 2011: 33.

35.  *Barinova S.S., Romanov R.E. 2011. The charophytes of Israel: species distribution and ecology. The 18th Meeting of the Group of European Charophytologists, 15-18 September 2011, Poznan, Poland.

36.  *Solak, C. and Barinova S. 2012. New method for establishing the Ecological Status of Turkish Rivers on two examples from the Eagean Region. 8th Int. Symposium "Use of algae for monitoring rivers", Madrid, Spain, 19-22 June, 2012.

37.  *Barinova, S. 2012. The role of algal diversity levels in the ecological assessments. The Ukrainian Botanical Society, 26 May 2012, Kiev, Ukraine.

38.  *Barinova, S. 2012. The algal biodiversity levels in the study of climatic changes. The Jubilee Session of the Russian Botanical Society, dedicated to 300th Anniversary of the Komarov Botanical Institute, 2-9 September, 2012, St. Petersburg, Russia.

39.  *Barinova, S. 2012. Ecological mapping of water quality in the Eastern Mediterranean coastal rivers. International Conference “Environmental Safety Maritime Regions”, 5-8 June, 2012, Rostov-on-Don, Russia.

40.  *Barinova, S. 2012. Ecological criteria for algal monitoring of the Jordan River. 8th Int. Symposium “Use of Algae for Monitoring Rivers”, 19-22 June, 2012, Madrid, Spain.

41.  *Barinova, S. 2012. Altitudes of aquatic habitats and algal diversity. Int. Conference “Advances in modern phycology”, 23-25 May 2012, Kiev, Ukraine.

42.  *Barinova, S. 2012. Monsoon climate influence on phytoplankton of Shibpukur pond in the Shiva temple, Burdwan, West Bengal, India. International Conference “Advances in Modern Phycology”, 23-25 May 2012, Kiev, Ukraine.

43.  *Barinova S., Na Liu, Jiyang Ding, Yonglei An, Xueming Qin, Chenxin Wu. 2015. Assessment of water quality in the upper Songhua River by algal bio-indication. International Conference “New Trends in Multidisciplinary Research and Practice – NTMRP”, 4-5 November 2015, ISTANBUL.

44.  *Barinova, S. Gabyshev V., Boboev M., Kukhaleishvili L., Bilous O. 2015. Algal indication of climatic gradients. Proceedings of the International Conference “APPLIED ECOLOGY: PROBLEMS, INNOVATIONS”, 7-10 May, 2015, Tbilisi-Batumi, GEORGIA.

45.  *Barinova S. 2015. The role of diatom algae in the climatic influence assessment on the aquatic communities. XIV International Scientific Conference of Diatomologists, August 24-29, 2015, M.V. Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow, Russian.

 

J. Other Scientific Publications (Scientific Articles in peer reviewed papers collections)

 

  1. Levinskaya, I.K., Barinova, S.S. 1978. On the ecology of brown frogs of southern Sakhalin. Amphibians of Far East and Siberia. Vladivostok: Russian Academy of Science, Far East Branch Press: 11-13. (in Russian).
  2. Barinova, S.S., Kukharenko, L.A. 1981. Pre-existing algae of Artemovsk Reservoir and the forecast of phytoplankton development. Systematic, Ecology and Geography of Spore Plants in Far East. Vladivostok: Russian Academy of Science, Far East Branch Press: 21-29 (in Russian).
  3. Barinova, S.S. 1983. On the phytoplankton of Artemovsk Reservoir. Ecology and Systematic of Freshwater Organisms in Far East. Vladivostok: Russian Academy of Science, Far East Branch Press: 11-19. (in Russian).
  4. Barinova, S.S. 1983. Seasonal dynamics of phytoplankton in Artemovsk Reservoir and the water quality. Ecology and Systematic of Freshwater Organisms in Far East. Vladivostok: Russian Academy of Science, Far East Branch Press. (in Russian).
  5. Kukharenko, L.A., Medvedeva, L.A., Barinova, S.S. 1984. Algae. Flora and Vegetation of Verkhne-Ussuriysk Stationary. Vladivostok: Russian Academy of Science, Far East Branch Press: 5-22. (in Russian).
  6. Kukharenko, L.A., Medvedeva, L.A., Barinova, S.S., Menyashkina, R.I., Kurganskaya, L.I., Gonchar, V.I. 1984. Sanitary and biological characteristics of some reservoirs in Primorskiy Region. Systematic – Floristic Studies of Spore Plants in Far East. Vladivostok: Russian Academy of Science, Far East Branch Press: 117-137. (in Russian).
  7. Barinova, S.S. 1984. Algoflora of Artemovsk Reservoir in the first year after watering. Systematic – Floristic Studies of Spore Plants in Far East. Vladivostok: Russian Academy of Science, Far East Branch Press: 83-88. (in Russian).
  8. Kukharenko, L.A., Medvedeva. L.A., Barinova, S.S., Batenok, I.N. 1986. Algae. Flora and Vegetation of Bolshekekhzirskiy Reserve (Khabarovsk Region). Vladivostok: Russian Academy of Science, Far East Branch Press: 13-29. (in Russian).
  9. Medvedeva, L.A. Barinova, S.S., Kukharenko, L.A. 1986. Algae of the Rudnaya River Basin (Primorskiy Region). Flora and Systematic of Spore Plants in Far East. Vladivostok: Russian Academy of Science, Far East Branch Press: 36-48. (in Russian).

10.  Medvedeva, L.A., Barinova, S.S., Kukharenko, L.A. 1986. Sanitary and Biological characteristic of the Rudnaya River Basin. Benthic Organisms in Fresh Waters of Far East. Vladivostok: Russian Academy of Science, Far East Branch Press: 108-115. (in Russian).

11.  Barinova, S.S. 1986. On the algoflora of Artemovsk Reservoir (Primorskiy Region). Flora and Systematic of Spore Plants in Far East. Vladivostok: Russian Academy of Science, Far East Branch Press: 3-21. (in Russian).

12.  Barinova, S.S., Medvedeva, L.A. 1987. Biological analysis of water quality of the major water bodies in Primorskiy Region. Benthic Invertebrates in Rivers of Far East and Eastern Siberia. Problems in Productivity and Bio-indication of Pollutions. Vladivostok: Russian Academy of Science, Far East Branch Press: 57-63. (in Russian).

13.  Barinova, S.S. 1988. Polymorphism of connective structures in diatom algae. Evolutionary Research. Vavilov’s Themes. Vladivostok: Russian Academy of Science, Far East Branch Press: 110-122. (in Russian).

14.  Medvedeva, L.A., Barinova, S.S. 1989. Algological research in Far East (Review, 1971-1986). Cryptogamic studies in Far East. Vladivostok: Russian Academy of Science, Far East Branch Press: 4-22. (in Russian).

15.  Barinova, S.S. 1989. Analysis of algoflora in Artemovsk Reservoir (Primorskiy Region). Cryptogamic studies in Far East. Vladivostok: Russian Academy of Science, Far East Branch Press: 29-44. (in Russian).

16.  Barinova, S.S., Medvedeva, L.A. 1989. Algae. Fungi, Lichens, Algae and Bryophytes of Komsomolsk Reserve. Vladivostok: Russian Academy of Science, Far East Branch Press: 66-109. (in Russian).

17.  Barinova, S.S. 1989. Freshwater diatom algae of Kuril Islands. Ecology and Systematics of River Organisms in Far East USSR. Vladivostok: Russian Academy of Science, Far East Branch Press: 138-141. (in Russian).

18.  Barinova, S.S. 1995. An approach to methodology of integrated ecological assessments based on biodiversity indices over the river basins. In: Lysenko, I. (ed.). GAP-Analysis. Global Environment Facility.  “Biodiversity Conservation Program for the Russian Federation", project preparation component 4, lead expert I. Lysenko, Part 2-1. World Wildlife Found Press, Moscow: 18-23.

19.  Barinova, S.S. 1997. Assessment of aquatic ecosystems of Lyublin Fields of filtration. In: Birds of Technogenic Reservoirs in Central Russia. Moscow: Moscow State Univ. Press: 110-111. (in Russian).







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