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Expert NameDr. Tatjana Dujsebayeva
TitleSenior Scientific Worker
Division
Institution
CityAlmaty
CountryKazakhstan
Telephone+7 727 2694866/3917199
Emaildujsebayeva(at)mail.ru
Work Experience1997-1999, INTAS Foundation Grant on Environmental Sciences (“Environmental effects on amphibians and reptiles in severely polluted or destroyed habitats of Kazakhstan”: INTAS- Kazakhstan 95-0016) (Kazakhstan Team Leader) 1998, COBASE Foundation Grant (personal, USA) 2000, DAPTF Foundation grant “Monitoring amphibian population and causes of decline in the Turan Area (Central Asia)” (Kazakhstan Team Leader) 2000-2001, NATO grant «Genetic screening of reptiles from Semipalatinsk “Polygon” nuclear test site», Leader of Kazakhstan Team 2002, DAPTF Foundation grant «Recent statement of Rana asiatica in Southeastern Kazakhstan: critical decline and its possible reasons» (Team Leader) 2002-2005, INTAS Foundation grant «The present state of Aral Sea Basin herpetofauna and implications for conservation of natural habitats and biodiversity» (INTAS-00-1018) (Kazakhstan Team Leader) 2008-2010, VolkswagenStiftung grant “Biodiversity and Evolution of the middle Asian and Caucasian vipers (Viperidae)” (Kazakhstan Team Leader)
Qualifications1981 -1986 Student of the Department of Biology (Zoology), Kazakh State University, Almaty. Diploma in Biology (Zoology)
Number of Publications116
Awards1. 1996, Kazakhstan Scientific Foundation Grant for Basic Research 2. 1996, European Academy of Science Premium for young scientists of the Former USSR
Other Activities1. Member of Nikolsky's Herpetological Society under the Russian Academy of Sciences (Russia) 2. Member of Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles (SSAR, USA) 3. Working Group Chair of Expert Commission on Declining Amphibian Populations Task Force (DAPTF) for Middle Asia and Kazakhstan 4. Expert of National Committee of UNESCO Programm “The Man and Biosphera”
Publications1.Castellano, S., Giacoma. C., and T. Dujsebayeva. 2000. Morphometric and advertisement call geographic variation in polyploid green toads. – Biol. J. Linn. Soc., 70: 341-360. 2.Dujsebayeva, T. N., Berezovikov, N. N., and M. A. Chirikova. 2002. Recent status of populations of Central Asian Frog (Rana asiatica) in Kazakhstan. 1. Rana asiatica in the highland of the Central Tien-Shan Mountains (Southeastern Kazakhstan). – Advances in Amphibian Research in the Former Soviet Union 7: 163-180. 3Duysebaeva, T. N., Berezovikov, N. N., Brushko, Z. K., Kubykin, R. A., and V. A. Khromov. 2005. Marsh Frog (Rana ridibunda Pallas, 1771) in Kazakhstan: range changing in XX century and recent distribution. – Current Herpetology. Vol. 3/4: 29-59 [in Russian]. 4Dujsebayeva, T., Arifulova, I., Gnidenko, E., and C. Giacoma. 2004. The study of the development of Middle Asiatic tetraploid toads (Amphibia: Bufonidae) with notes on some infraspecific and interspecific differences within Bufo viridis complex. – Russian Journal of Herpetology 11 (3): 230-246. 5.Dujsebayeva, T. N. 2006. Distribution of important reptilian species. – In: Republic of Kazakhstan, Vol. 1. Nature Conditions and Resources. Almaty. P. 432-441 [in Russian].
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