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Nikolay Bambalov

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Last name
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Date of Nomination
Other Disciplines
Natural Resource Management
Agricultural Sciences
UN languages spoken



Other Languages Old
Job function
Academician, Head of the laboratory of the Landscape Biogeochemistry
Institute for Problems of Natural Resources Use and Ecology
Name of Organisation
National Academy of Sciences of Belarus
City Organisation
Country Organisation
Telephone number
375 017 2644140
Work experience
1989-1990 Joint project of the United Arab Emirates, Russia and Belarus for desert greening by using peat and sapropel. Field experiments were being conducted in 5 places of the UAE with vegetables, grain crops, palm-trees, mangos, citrus plants and perennial grasses._x000D_
1995-1997 Joint project of the Egypt, Japan and Belarus for desert greening by using peat and sapropel. Field experiments were being conducted with vegetables, wheat, palm seedlings, olives and forest trees._x000D_
2001-2002, 2004 Central Europeant Peatland project under leadership of the Wetland International._x000D_
2002-2003 UNDP project for enhancement of river Dnepr basin.
Highest Academic achievement and qualification
Belarussian Agricultural Academy, faculty of Soil Science and agrochemistry, 1956-1961._x000D_
Postgraduate student of Peat Institute of NAS of Belarus, 1963-1966.
Number of Publications
Publication titles
1. T. Yamaguchy, I. Nishizaki, N. Bambalov and G. Sokolov, 1997. "Arid land reclamation with natural organic materials." Journal of Arid Land studies (Japan), Vol. 7, N°1, pp. 35-44._x000D_
2. N. Bambalov, G. Sokolov, 1998. "New soil agents for accelerated cultivation of soils with low fertility or damaged". Internationa Agrophysics, N° 12, pp. 357-360._x000D_
3. N. Bambalov, 2000. "Problems of ecological rehabilitation of lake mire complexes." Acta Agrophysica, N°26, Lublinie, Poland, pp. 109-119._x000D_
4. N. Bambalov, 1999. "Dynamics of organic matter in peat soil under the conditions of sand mix culture during 15 years." International Agrophysics, N° 13, pp. 269-272._x000D_
5. N. Bambalov, V. Rakovich, B. Matveeva, 2004. "How to stop degradation of drained peat soils." Belarussian Agriculture, N° 2, pp. 2-5 (In Russian).
Other activities
1. Chairman of the international Peat Society Commission IV "Physical, Chemical and Biological Characteristics of Peat"