Михаил Николаевич Кожин's scientific contributions

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E. E. Muchnik, E. V. Tikhonova, I. M. Averchenkov, I. Yu. Neslukhovsky, A. Yu. Zakharinsky, A. V. Komarov, M. N. Kozhin, M. V. Sementsova. VALUYEVSKY URBAN FOREST AS A PROSPECTIVE PROTECTED AREA IN “NEW MOSCOW” The results of a comprehensive survey of the Valuevsky urban forest and the adjacent old parks Meshkovo and Valuevo, situated in the Novomo...
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Приводятся сведения о 88 значимых находках 57 видов сосудистых растений, печеночников, лишайников и грибов, сделанных в последние годы в Мурманской области. К значимым находкам отнесены виды, впервые выявленные в регионе, охраняемые в России и/или Мурманской области, новые для отдельных ООПТ, прочие редкие виды, обычно известные в области не более...
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The article provides relevant information on red-list species records of lichens, mosses, liverworts, and vascular plants from three Nature Monuments - Aikuaivenchorr Gorge, Kriptogrammovoe Gorge, and Juksporrlak. In total, 7 nationally (Nardia breidleri (Limpr.) Lindb., Encalypta brevipes Schljakov, Tetrodontium repandum (Funck) Schwägr., Arnica f...
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In the Khibiny Mts. there are three nature monuments established in 1980, as suggested by staff of the Polar-Alpine Botanical Garden-Institute. These areas attracted the attention of botanists during the 20th and the 21st centuries; however, the description of their plant cover was absent in the literature. The article briefly describes the vegetat...
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The diversity and distribution of rare and threatened fungi, lichens, mosses, liverworts and vascular plants listed in the Red Data Books of the Murmansk Region (regionally red-listed) and Russia (nationally red-listed) within the Murmansk part of the Green Belt of Fennoscandia (GBF) are discussed. Records include 261 regionally red-listed species...
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The studies of cryptogams in the Green Belt of Fennoscandia (GBF) within Murmansk Region are reviewed and summarized. This territory, important in terms of biodiversity conservation, encompasses 13 operating protected areas, yet remains insufficiently studied. At first, since the mid-19th century, Finnish scientists played the key role in detecting...
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Information about 10 species new for the Utrish Reserve (Acer tataricum L., Alyssum umbellatum Desv., Centaurea micrantha S. G. Gmelin, Linaria simplex L., Hippuris vulgaris L., Iberis taurica DC., Lycopersicon esculentum Mill., Orobanche dalmatica (G. Beck) Tzvelev, Trifolium retusum L., Ventenata dubia (Leers) Coss.) and about some species rare i...
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Information is given about 15 new records of vascular plant species from the Tukuringra ridge. Cystopteris dickeana R. Sim was recorded from the Amur River basin and the Amur Region for the first time. Aster serpentimontanus Tamamsch, Chamaepericlymenum canadense (L.) Asch. & Graebn, Chamaerhodos erecta (L.) Bunge, Elytrigia jacutorum (Nevski) Nevs...
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Lake Serkinskoye is situated on Tyrij Peninsula of the Kola Peninsula (Kandalaksha State Nature Reserve). Morphological and hydrochemical characteristics (pH, dissolved oxygen, mineral phosphorus, silicon) of the lake are presented in the paper. The checklist of macrophytes includes: Phagmites australis (Cav.) Trin. ex Steud., Equisetum fluviatile...
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Medvezhiy Island is located in the central part of Porya Guba Bay of the White Sea and is one of the largest islands of the bay. The island’s flora includes 230 native and 10 alien plant species. The plant cover is mosaic and diverse. There are crowberry heaths, coniferous forests, birch woodland, mires, rupicolous vegetation and small pieces of co...
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Data are provided on newly found locations of 27 vascular plant species red-listed in the Murmansk Region. New information about 12 species (Alisma juzepczukii Tzvel., Asplenium viride Huds., Carex echinata Murr., Cotoneaster laxiflorus Jacq. ex Lindley, Cystopteris dickieana R. Sim, Dactylorhiza fuchsii (Druce) Soo, Dianthus arenarius L. ssp. boru...
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Rare and protected vascular plants and plant communities were investigated in the rich fen near the Luvenga Settlement (Kandalaksha District). A brief description of the vegetation cover in the rich fen is presented. According to the field geobotanical materials and literature sources vegetation association Trichophoro-Schoenetum ferruginei Görs 19...

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... Flark species such as Rhynchospora alba, Scheuchzeria palustris, Juncus stygius and Utricularia minor (regular in the European North and West Siberia) are present in the EChD, but are absent on the Kamchatka aapa. Carex laxa in the European North is quite rare and inherent in aapa mires [63,64], was encountered only several times on the EChD, and not present in West Siberia and Kamchatka. ...
... Local extinctions of specialists have been related to anthropogenic changes on a landscape scale, and future losses of species are expected due global warming. According to the European Nature Information System habitat classification, base-rich fens are assigned to the type 'D4 -Base-rich fens and calcareous spring mires' and are protected by the Habi- [3,4]. In the Southern Urals, these communities are relicts, as evidenced by the presence of Schoenus ferrugineus remains in the lower layers of the peat deposits [5]. ...