New Publications December 2021

Looking for some reading to take you into the weekend? Browse our list of new publications from SNC- mt to catch up on recent research from across the Caucasus mountain region.

Eocene Volcaniclastics in the Kartli Basin, Georgia: a Fractured Reservoir Sequence          

Analysis of Host-Specific Differentiation of Puccinia striiformis in the South and North-West of the European Part of Russia 

Wild Grasses As the Reservoirs of Infection of Rust Species for Winter Soft Wheat in the Northern Caucasus

The Caucasus Territory Hot-Cold Spots Determination and Description Using 2D Surface Waves Tomography 

Bridges As Geoheritage Viewpoints in the Western Caucasus 

The Evolutionary Heritage and Ecological Uniqueness of Scots Pine in the Caucasus Ecoregion Is At Risk of Climate Changes 

Taxonomic Assessment and Distribution of Fishes in Upper Kura and Aras River Drainages 

Genetic Diversity of Dagestanian Barley Landraces 

Diversity of Dagestan Barleys for the Duration of the Period Between Shooting and Earing Stages and Alleles in the Ppd-h1 and Ppd-H2 Loci 

Powdery Mildew Resistance of Barley Accessions from Dagestan 

Fish Occurrence in the Kuban River Basin (Russia) 

Single-Station Polarization Analysis According to the Zagatala Earthquake on May 7, 2012 

Western Travellers in the Caucasus. Georgia’s Highways and Byways: Hotels, Inns & Taverns in the 19th Century

Two New Palaearctic Species of Moth Flies (Diptera, Psychodidae, Psychodinae) from the Caucasus Mts 

Psychodidae (Diptera) of Azerbaijan and Georgia – Faunistics With Biodiversity Notes 

To the Conservation of Biodiversity of North Ossetia: An Environmental and Political Aspect 

Variability in Macrozoobenthic Assemblages Along a Gradient of Environmental Conditions in the Stream Water of Karst Caves (Lower Shakuranskaya Cave, Western Caucasus) Subterranean Biology Published By the International Society for Subterranean Biology

Dynamics of the Abundance of Cuckoo Wasps (Hymenoptera, Chrysididae) in the Conditions of the Altitudinal-belt Heterogeneity of the North Caucasus