Saint-Petersburg State University
Faculty of Biology

Department of Invertebrate Zoology
Rus | Eng

Marina Varfolomeeva

Degree: PhD SPbSU

Position: lecturer

Phone: (812) 328-96-88

Curriculum Vitae pdf

e-mail: m.varfolomeeva@spbu.ru, marina.varfolomeeva@gmail.com

ResearchGate: Marina Varfolomeeva

Research interests:
structure and dynamics of marine benthic communities, spatial scales, succession, interspecific and intraspecific biotic interactions, growth and reproduction of marine invertebrates, demographic structure of populations, microevolution, biostatistics.

Courses:

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  1. Maltseva, A., Varfolomeeva, M., Lobov, A., Mikhailova, N., Renaud, P., Grishankov, A., Volovik, K., Granovitch, A., 2016. Measuring physiological similarity of closely related littorinid species: a proteomic insight. Marine Ecology Progress Series. doi:10.3354/meps11770
  2. Aristov, D., Varfolomeeva, M., Puzachenko, G., 2015. Alls good in a famine? Hydrobia ulvae as a secondary prey for juveniles of Iceland moonsnails Amauropsis islandica at the White Sea sandflats. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom 95, 16011606. doi:10.1017/S0025315415000454
  3. Varfolomeeva, M., Naumov, A., 2013. Long-term temporal and spatial variation of macrobenthos in the intertidal soft-bottom flats of two small bights (Chupa Inlet, Kandalaksha Bay, White Sea). Hydrobiologia 706, 175189. doi:10.1007/s10750-012-1341-4
  4. Varfolomeeva, M.A., 2013. Biotic Interactions, Structure, and Long-term Changes in Marine Benthic Assemblages (Ph.D. Thesis). Saint Petersburg State University, St.-Petersburg, Russia.
  5. Varfolomeeva, M., Artemieva, A., Shunatova, N., Yakovis, E., 2008. Growth and survival of barnacles in presence of co-dominating solitary ascidians: growth ring analysis. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 363, 4247. doi:10.1016/j.jembe.2008.06.012

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