Puzachenko Andrey

Leading Researcher
puzak1 [at] rambler.ru
Laboratory of Biogeography

Basic activities

1. Biogeography of the Late Pleistocene-Holocene of Northern Eurasia.
2. Patterns of variability/morphological diversity in vertebrates (particular in mammals).

web-site http://scholar.google.ru/citations?hl=ru&user=SLLH3WwAAAA

Selected publication

  1. Baryshnikov G. F., Puzachenko A. Yu. 2011. Craniometrical variability of cave bears (Carnivora, Ursidae). Quaternary International, 245. P. 350-368
  2. Puzachenko A. Yu., Markova A. K. 2011. Using Multidimensional Analysis and Information Functions for Macro Description of European Natural Complexes in the Second Part of the Late Pleistocene and the Holocene of Europe. Doklady Earth Sciences, V. 437, P.1, P. 380–382.
  3. Puzachenko A Yu, Pavlenko MV, Korablev VP. 2009. Variability of skulls in zokors (Rodentia, Myospalacinae). Zoologičeskij žurnal, 88, 1. С. 92-112 (in Russian)
  4. Markova A. K., Simakova A. N., Puzachenko A. Yu. 2009. Ecosystems of Eastern Europe at the time of maximum cooling of the Valdai glaciation (24 to 18 ka BP) inferred from data on plant communities and mammal assemblages. Quaternary International 201. P. 53–59
  5. Zoologičeskij žurnal, 879. C. 1106–1123
  6. Markova AK, T. van Kolfschotten, S Bohncke, PA Kosintsev, J Mol, AYu Puzachenko, AN Simakova, A Smirnov, NG, Verpoorte, I.B. Golovachev. Evolution of European ecosystems during Pleistocene-Holocene transition (24–8 KYR BP)  KMK Scientific Press, Moscow, 2008: 540 p. (in Russian)
  7. Nemtzev ASЗубр на Кавказе. -: . 291 с.
  8. Kupriyanova I.F., Puzachenko AYu, Agajanyan AK. Temporal and spatial patterns of craniological variation in common shrew, Sorex araneus (Insectivora). Zoologičeskij žurnal, 82, P. 839-851. (in Russian)
  9. Baryshnikov G.F., Puzachenko A.Yu., Abramov, A.V. New analysis of variability of check teeth in Eurasian badgers (Carnivora, Mustelidae, Meles). Russ. J. Theriol. Vol. 1 (for 2002), № 2, p. 133-149.
  10. Puzachenko A.Yu. 2001. Skull variability in the common mole rat Spalax microphthalmus (Spalacidae, Rodentia). 1. The method of data analysis, the variability of adult males. Zoologičeskij žurnal, 80, 3, P. 1-15. (in Russian)