V. G. Tereshchenko

V. G. Tereshchenko
Russian Academy of Sciences | RAS · Papanin Institute of the Biology of Inland Waters

Dr.Sci.(Biol.)

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Introduction
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August 1976 - present
Russian Academy of Sciences
Position
  • Doctor of Biological Sciences Chief Researcher
Description
  • The author of 121 scientific articles, 5 monographs and 2 manual. Research interests - biodiversity, species dynamics of fish assemblage structure in inland water, fish population dynamics, quantitative research methods in ecology.

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Publications (38)
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We adapted the approach used for the integral assessment of the status of ecosystems in order to assess population status. Classic theoretical concepts of fish population dynamics are the basis of this approach. The convolution of information about changes in several structural and functional characteristics into one integral index was performed us...
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This paper demonstrates the possibilities of detecting changes in populations of animals, based on the analysis of their dynamic phase portrait. This method allowed us to clarify the periodization of the process of naturalization of the Black Sea sprat (Clupeonella cultriventris) in the Rybinsk Reservoir and in detail describe the changes in the ma...
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Based on the example of one of the Timan watercourses (the Vym River) in the zone influenced by the Middle Timan bauxite mine, it is shown that the first stage of its exploitation has led to a considerable increase in the number of recreational anglers in nearby waterbodies, which has resulted in a decrease in the diversity of the fish population i...
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Consideration is given to the relevance of error assessment in quantitative studies on fish ecology. A classification is given to the sources of error, and it is shown how to estimate the cumulative error of indices used in the study and, on this basis, to plan further research.
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The probable source of stone moroko, Pseudorasbora parva (Temminck & Schlegel, 1846), populations in lake- and stream-type Dnieper reservoirs was revealed. The dynamics and specific growth rates of these populations over 20 years were analyzed. The dynamic phase portrait method was used to determine the timing of stages in the process of invader na...
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The possible causes of the invasion of the black-striped pipefish Sygnathus nigrolineatus Eichwald, 1831 into two water reservoirs of the Dnieper Cascade of Hydroelectric Stations are described. The average, maximum, and minimum specific rates of the change of the abundance of the species in the recipient water bodies are analyzed since the onset o...
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The source of topmouth gudgeon Pseudorasbora parva (Temminck & Schlegel, 1846) in Dnieper reservoirs was investigated. Abundance dynamics and changes in specific growth rate of populations was analysed over the twenty-year period. The time for naturalization phases and equilibrium periods of populations were revealed on the basis of dynamic phase p...
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The average, maximum, and minimum specific growth rates of kilka population in two reservoirs of the Dnieper cascade at different phases of its naturalization are analyzed. Detailed elaboration of terms of passing phases by kilka is made on the basis of dynamic phase portraits of the invader abundance. The periods of determination of populations in...
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Slynko Y.V., Tereshchenko V.G. Freshwater fishes of the Ponto-Caspian Basin (diversity, faunogenesis, population dynamics, adaptation mechanisms) Significant changes in faunal diversity, population characteristics and ecosystem associations of the fish populations in major river basins of the Ponto-Caspian flow were marked at the turn of the 20th a...
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Any species in new life conditions passes through several phases or stages of naturalization. Information about time of these phases is important for analysis of changes in invader population and understanding of the role of alien species in analysed water bodies. The aim of this work is to detect the time of occurrence of naturalization phases for...
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Variations in the phytoplankton productivity over the seasonal succession in the Rybinsk Reservoir have been analyzed using the dynamic phase portrait method for years with different hydroclimatic conditions. Stable steady states and critical points in the functioning of phytoplankton, as well as its dynamics as being aberrated from these states, h...
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Earlier analysis of a seasonal succession of fish parasites assemblage was, as a rule, performed in May-October. At the same time, winter season can be important in seasonal dynamics of the assemblage. In the present work, quantitative analysis of complete seasonal dynamics of species structure of fish assemblage parasites with an example of the ad...
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In total, 37 fish species from 30 genera and 10 families are registered in small rivers of the Ryazan oblast. In addition to other significant factors, the floodplain width is important for the formation of species structure of fish communities. In the rivers with small floodplains (less than 0.2 km in width), mainly small and short-lived fishes ar...
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The list and fish assemblage species structure of 13 rivers of the Lipetsk region were analyzed. Classi-fication of the fish fauna from the viewpoint of fishery and nature protection was made for the working out of the concept of rational nature management. Important protected and threatened species was found in the Lipetsk area. It is established...
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Distribution of the altay osman in one of the lakes of Mongolia was studied in summer. Indications of the sonar GPSMAP 178 were fixed with digital camera. Analysis of fish horizontal distribution had shown that the maximal concentrations and minimal variability of fish density were registered in the areas with depths of 6–15 m. Analysis of vertical...
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Modelling of gene frequencies dynamics in the Volga kilka populations under influence of the natural selection factors is carried out. It is established, that inversion of frequencies of two allelic loci, which is observed in a real situation, may occur only under the factors of natural selection. Theoretically, it can descend in an ecological time...
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Kilka concentrate in the northern part of the Sheksna stretch in the prewintering period. Maximum concentrations are registered in the upper parts of the stretch at the deepest sites with the highest current speeds. The patchy character of fish’s distribution is noted. Kilka dominated in pelagic fish-fry aggregations, constituting 95–100% of the ab...
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The present study aimed to investigate structural changes in communities of fish parasites by the method of «dynamic phase portraits». This method allows revealing equilibrium states of communities and analyzing a response of community near and far from these states. Seasonal succession of the parasite communities in Phoxinus phoxinus of different...
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Analysis of changes in the structure of fish catches in sapropelic Lake Nero has shown the lake succession from the bream and zander type through the bream and bleak to the bream and bleakless type of water body that took place during the last three centuries because of depth decrease and overgrowing rate increase. It has been shown that the comple...
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The method of assessment of relative abundance of basic commercial fish species' generations under conditions of incomplete initial information has been proposed. It is applicable for reservoirs used for commercial purposes with slightly changing business endeavor. The essence of the method is in averaging and smoothing of all available information...
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The description of a «phase portrait» method for the studies of hydrobiont communities is given. The possibilities to exploit the method to characterize structural changes in aquatic biotic communities under different negative impacts are discussed. The method was used for analyzes of natural and experimental communities of zooplankton and fishes f...
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A phase diagram method, using indices of biological diversity, was applied to describe the dynamics of zooplankton and fish community structure in natural and experimental conditions. The phase diagram is constructed in the coordinates H and dH dt–1, where H is the index of diversity of the community. The method reveals zones of steady state of a c...
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Changes in the structural dynamics of the Lake Balkhash fish community resulting from the introduction of new fish species are analyzed. Quantitative descriptions of the changes are made making it possible to evaluate the stability of the community and the structural rearrangements caused by the establishment of zander Stizostedion lucioperca. A co...
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The aim of the study was to describe changes in the biodiversity of 0+ fish assemblages inhabiting lakes that differed in morphometry and the intensity and period of water heating. During the study larvae and fry of fish belonging to 24 species, three faunal assemblages, and three termal groups were caught. The most species were from the boreal low...
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A study was conducted from 1966 to 2000 to analyze the structure and characteristics of the dynamics of differentiation in the 0+ fish assemblages in lakes with varied morphometrics, intensity, and various periods of water heating. Species domination and variation were defined by characterizing the fish assemblages. The occurrence of 24 fish specie...

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