Kseniia Ivanova

Doctoral Researcher

Main Focus

My research focuses on role of wetlands on the feedback processes between Arctic permafrost carbon and climate change. This includes:

  • field measurements of CO2 and CH4 fluxes from the Arctic wetlands with closed-chamber method
  • optimising the classification scheme of Arctic wetlands to better reflect these ecosystems in climate models

Curriculum Vitae

2018 - 2020 M.Sc Structure, Dynamics and Protection of LandscapesSaint Petersburg State University, Russia

2014 - 2018 B.Sc Biogeography and Geography of Soils,  Saint Petersburg State University, Russia

Academic Positions

2021 - now PhD at the Max-Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry, Department of Biogeochemical Signals, Jena, Germany

2017 - 2021 Junior researcher, Scientific Secretary in Komarov Botanical Institute Russian Academy of Sciences


2016 - 2019 Tutor in ecology-biology centre for students, Saint Petersburg, Russia


    Diploma at the 17th annual competition for publications of young scientists at Komarov Botanical Institute Russian Academy of Science - 2019

    Laureate of the Prize of the Government of St. Petersburg for teachers-mentors who prepared the winners of the international and all-Russian Olympiads for schoolchildren - 2019

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