Dmitry R. Ruban

Dmitry R. Ruban

Keywords : Geology tectonics Stratigraphy Geography Paleontology

Country : Russia

Organization : Southern Federal University

Department : Geology and Geography Faculty

Email : ruban-d@mail.ru

Biography :

Dmitry A. Ruban obtained his diploma and CS degrees in geology at the Rostov State University (Russia) and PhD degree in geology at the University of Pretoria (South Africa). He works as Associate Professor (Docent) at the Southern Federal University (Rostov-na-Donu, Russia), where teaches various geological courses. He is a member of the Swiss Association of Energy Geoscientists and also a member of the editorial board of two international journals ("Geologos" and "Stratigraphy and Sedimentology of Oil-Gas Basins").

During his career, Dmitry A. Ruban published a total of about 400 papers (including dozens in international journals) on a broad spectrum of topics, including stratigraphy, paleontology, tectonics, and management of natural and mineral resources. He contributes actively to the fastly growing field of geoconservation and geotourism and develops its conceptual framework for the both Russian and international practitioners. 
Dmitry A. Ruban is also interested in ecological law and climate change policy at local, national, and international levels. 



Bibliography


Spatial heterogeneity of the Early–Middle Toarcian (Jurassic) ammonite diversity and basin geometry in the Northwestern Caucasus (southwestern Russia; northern Neo-Tethys) 2013 Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology

Diversity dynamics of Early-Middle Jurassic brachiopods of Caucasus, and the Pliensbachian-Toarcian mass extinction 2004 Acta Palaeontologica Polonica

Diversity dynamics of Toarcian–Aalenian (Jurassic) ammonites and transgressions/regressions in the Greater Caucasus Basin (Caucasian Sea, northern Neo-Tethys Ocean): An evidence of partial dependence 2012 Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology

Evolutionary rates of the Triassic marine macrofauna and sea-level changes: Evidences from the Northwestern Caucasus, Northern Neotethys (Russia) 2008 Palaeoworld

The Permian/Triassic mass extinction among brachiopods in the Northern Caucasus (northern Palaeo-Tethys): A tentative assessment 2010 Geobios

Brachiopod decline preceded the Early Toarcian mass extinction in the Northern Caucasus (northern Neo-Tethys Ocean): A palaeogeographical context 2009 Revue de Paleobiologie

Silurian biotic crises in the northern Greater Caucasus (Russia): A comparison with the global record 2008 Paleontological Research

Major Paleozoic-Mesozoic unconformities in the Greater Caucasus and their tectonic re-interpretation: A synthesis 2007 GeoActa

Late Paleozoic transgressions in the Greater Caucasus (Hun Superterrane, Northern Palaeotethys): Global eustatic control 2007 adernos do Laboratorio Xeoloxico de Laxe

Triassic synthems of southern South America (southwestern Gondwana) and the Western Caucasus (the northern Neotethys), and global tracing of their boundaries 2008 Journal of South American Earth Sciences

Unusual Isolated Large Clasts from the Periphery of the Lagonaki Highland, Western Caucasus: New Evidence of Classification and Origin 2018 Geosciences (Switzerland)

The Khadzhokh Canyon System - An Important Geosite of the Western Caucasus 2020 Geosciences (Switzerland)

The Unique Granite Gorge in Mountainous Adygeya, Russia: Evidence of Big and Complex Geosite Disproportions 2019 Geosciences (Switzerland)

Distribution of sedimentary rock types through time in a back-arc basin: A case study from the Jurassic of the Greater Caucasus (Northern Neotethys) 2009 Central European Geology

Jurassic trace fossil localities of Adygeya (Russia): New geoheritage under anthropogenic pressure 2019 Journal of the Geographical Institute Jovan Cvijic SASA

New Early Cretaceous Geosites With Palaeogeographical Value from the Northwestern Caucasus 2022 Heritage