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NOVOSELOV, ALEXANDER PAVLOVICH

Doctor of Biological Sciences

North Branch of VNIRO (North Branch of Knipovich Polar Research Institute of Marine Fisheries and Oceanography), N. Laverov Federal Center for Integrated Arctic Research

E-mail: novoselov@pinro. ru



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The perspective directions of the fresh-water aquaculture in the European North of RussiaPavlenko, V.I., Novoselov, A.P., Studenov, I.I., Semushin, A.V., Tortsev, A.M.North Branch of VNIRO, FCIAR2 (26) 2017105-116
Compensation for damages to aquatic biological resources in the Arctic zone of the Russian Federation on the example of the Northern fishery basinNovoselov, A.P., Pavlenko, V.I., Studenov, I.I., Tortsev, A.M.North Branch of VNIRO, FCIAR, Arkhangelsk SC UB RAS1 (21) 20166-17
Integrated problems and directions for improving compensatory measures to restore fish resources of the Northern Fishery BasinTortsev, A.M., Studenov, I.I., Novoselov, A.P., Pavlenko, V.I.North Branch of VNIRO, Arkhangelsk SC UB RAS3 (15) 20149-17
Environmental divesrity of ichtiofauna of freshwater system of Belomorsko-Kuloysky Peninsula (Archangelsk Region)Novoselov, A.P., Studenov, I.I., Pavlenko, V.I.North Branch of VNIRO, Arkhangelsk SC UB RAS4 (12) 201370-80
Physical and geographical features of the aquatic ecosystems of the White Sea-Kuloy Peninsula (Arkhangelsk region)Studenov, I.I., Novoselov, A.P., Pavlenko, V.I.North Branch of VNIRO, Arkhangelsk SC UB RAS1 (9) 201336-45
State of whitefish of Pechora basin in terms of multi-factor anthropogenic impactNovoselov, A.P., Studenov, I.I., Bezumova, A.L., Bulatova, I.V., Borovskoj, A.V., Lukin, A.A.North Branch of VNIRO, Arkhangelsk SC UB RAS4 (8) 201226-35

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DOI 10.25283/2223-4594