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Expert NameProf. Karlen Grigoryan
Divisionchair of Ecology and nature protection
Telephone+374 10 572119
Work Experience2002 – Hitherto President of “Oikos” nature protection NGO 1997 – Hitherto Head of the chair of Ecology and Nature protection, Yerevan State University 1992 – 1997 Leading Scientific Researcher 1981 – 1992 Scientific Researcher, Yerevan State University 1971 – 1981 Lecturer Senior Assistant, Chief of the Laboratory (Yerevan State University, Faculty of Biology)
Qualifications•Biologist, Teacher of Biology and Chemistry, Yerevan State University, 1971 •PhD., Candidate of Biological Sciences, Moscow State University after Lomonosov, 1981 •Doctor of Science., Doctor of Biological Sciences, Moscow State University after Lomonosov, 1991
Number of Publications113
Other Activities2000-2001 Participated for preparation of National Action Programme “To Combat Desertification in Armenia". 2002, 2006, Participated for preparation of Second, Third and Fourth National Reports on 2010 Implementation of UN Convention to Combat Desertification in Armenia.
Publications1.Godarzinik M., Movsesyan H.S., Grigoryan K.V. Determination of mercury concentration in Bandar Iman marine sediments (Persian gulf). Biological Journal of Armenia, 2010, N 4, pp. 66-72 2.Ahadzadeha A., Grigoryan K.V. Environmental pollutions and physicochemical parameters in Baliqly river in Iran. Biological Journal of Armenia, 2010, N2, pp. 14-19 3. Danielyan A. A., Grigoryan K.V. Implementation of Debed river watershed basin ecological assessment in Armenia, by the water landscapes Conditions. MACE Green Week Scientific Conference 2009 "Multi-Level Processes of Integration and Disintegration", 2009, Berlin, Germany 4.Ghazaryan K.A., Derdzyan T.H., Grigoryan K.V. The negative influence of human activity on the degradation of Lake Arpi zooplankton species. Electronic Journal of Natural Sciences National Academy of Sciences Republic of Armenia, 2004, N1(2), pp. 7-9 5.Semerjyan I.G., Grigoryan K.V. Diagnostics of solids polluted with heavy metals by enzime activity. Conversion Potential of Armenia and YSTC Programs. International Seminar, Yerevan, 2000
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