Mokrushina Larisa

Leading Scientific Researcher
lmokrushina [at]
Department of Physical Geography and Environmental Management Problems

Research interests

Environmental Management, Changing Landscapes and Sustainable Development, Rural territories, National Parks, Sustainable Forest Management, Forest certification.

Selected Publications
Mokrushina L.S. The History of Foundation and Peculiarities of National Parks in Great Britain.// The Problems of Regional Ecology. No 4, 2012. Pp. 189-193.
Ptichnikov A.V., Mokrushina L.S. International Programmers of Sustainable Forest Management. // Rational Environmental Management. Sustainable Development: Problems and Prospects. Issue 4, Editor G.Sdasyuk. M. KMK Scientific Press Ltd. 2010. Pp. 119-139.
Ptichnikov A.V., Mokrushina L.S. The Experience of Forein FSC Companies. // Sustainable Forest Management. No.1, 2009. Pp. 30-35.
Mokrushina L.S. Future Alternatives of Changing Landscapes.// Environment Planning and Management. // No.2(3) 2007. Pp. 86-90.
Ptichnokov A.V., Mokrushina L.S., Voropaev A.V. The opportunities of Transition to Sustainable Forest Management in Russia.//Sustainable Development: Problems and Prospects. Issue 3. Editor G.Sdasyuk. M. KMK Press Ltd. 2006. Pp.250-266.
Mokrushina L.S. Sustainable Landscapes and Life: Scale and Compliance. // Environmental Planning and Management No.1. 2006. Pp.91-95.
Mokrushina L.S. Scotland: Land Use and Rural Sustainable Development. // Sustainable Agriculture and Rural Development. Sustainable Development: Problems and Prospects. Issue 2. M. KMK Press Ltd. 2005. Pp.179-191.
Mokrushina L.S. The Problems and Opportunities of transition to Sustainable Development of Rural Russia.// Society and Environment Interaction under Conditions of Global and Regional Changes. The Proceedings of Altai Conference M. 2003. Pp. 231-233.
Mokrushina L.S. Australia and Japan: Two cultures – Two Models of Sustainable Development. // Sustainable Development: Problems and Prospects. Issue 1. Editor G.V.Sdasyuk. M. KMK Press Ltd. 2002. Pp.169-182.