אובצ'קין מריה

שם: מריה אובצ'קין

דוא"ל:  mariao@gsi.gov.il   

טלפון: 02-5314306

 

Name: Maria Ovechkina

Email:  mariao@gsi.gov.il

Tel: 02-5314306

   

תפקיד:

 

חוקרת

מיקרופאלאונטולוגית: ננופלנקטון

 

 

Position:

 

Researcher
Nannopalaeontologist

 

   

תחומי מחקר:

  • מיקרופאלאונטולוגיה: ננופלנקטון ופורמיניפרה פלנקטונים ובנתונים
  • ביוסטרטיגרפיה (מזוזואיקון-קינוזואיקון)
  • פאליאו-אקלים
  • ניתוח סביבות קדומות

 

 

Research interests:

  • Micropalaeontology (calcareous nannoplankton, foraminifera.
  • Biostratigraphy.
  • Palaeoclimatology.
  • Palaeoenvironmental analysis.
   

פרוייקטים ומענקי מחקר עיקריים:

  • ביוסטרטיגרפיה ופליאו-סביבות בתקופת הקרטיקון והקנוזואיקון בדרום אפריקה (ממומן על ידי הקרן הלאומית למחקר, דרום אפריקה).
  • בעיות וקורלציה גלובלית של הגבולות הסטרטיגרפים בסוף הקרטיקון (קמפאן-מסטריכט באירואסיה); (ממומן על ידי הקרן הרוסית למחקר בסיסי).
  • התפתחות והתאמה של הזונציה הבורלית הסטנדרטית במזוזואיקון העליון במזרח אירופה ובצפון-מזרח רוסיה (ממומן על ידי הקרן הרוסית למחקר בסיסי).
 

Main projects and grants:

  • Biostratigraphy and palaeoenvironments of the Cretaceous and Cenozoic of South Africa (funded by National Research Foundation, South Africa).
  • Problems of the global correlation of the stratigraphic boundaries of the terminal Cretaceous (Campanian-Maastrichtian of Eurasia); (funded by Russian Foundation for Basic Research).
  • Development and justification of the Boreal standard microfossil zonation of the Upper Mesozoic of the eastern European and northeastern Russia (funded by Russian Foundation for Basic Research).
   

Key publications:

 

פרסומים עיקריים:

     

Yakovishina, E.V., Odintzova, A.A., Ovechkina, M.N., Kopaevich, L.F., Bordunov, S.I. 2014. Terminal Maastrichtian of the Dariya River (Precaucasus [= Ciscaucasia]). In: Baraboshkin, E.Yu., Markevich, V.S., Bugdaeva, E.V., Afonin, M.A., Cherepanova, M.V., eds, Cretaceous system of Russia and the near abroad: Problems of stratigraphy and paleogeography. Proceedings. Vladivostok: Dalnauka, pp. 336–338. ISBN 978-5-8044-1479-6
Olferiev, A.G., Seltser, V.B., Alekseev, A.S., Amon, E.O., Beniamovskii, V.N., Ivanov, A.V., Ovechkina, M.N., Kharitonov, V.M. 2014. Upper Cretaceous of the north Saratov Region. Article 3. Biostratigraphic subdivision of ‘Krasnyi Oktyabr’ quarry section on southern outskirts of the Volsk town. Bulletin of the Moscow Society of Nature Explorers, Geol. Ser. 89 (6): 45–76. z
Beniamovskii, V.N., Alekseev, A.S., Podgaetskii, A.V., Ovechkina, M.N., Vishnevskaya, V.S., Kopaevich, L.F. & Pronin, V.G. 2014. Upper Campanian–Lower Maastrichtian sections of northern Rostov Oblast: Article 2. Depositional environments and paleogeography.  Stratigraphy and Geological Correlation 22 (5): 518–537. z
Vishnevskaya, V.S., Ovechkina, M.N. & Beniamovsky, V.N. 2014. Radiolarians from Santonian–Campanian reference sections of Saratov Povolzhie and correlation of subdivisions on calcareous nannoplankton, foraminifers, and radiolarians. zBulletin of the Moscow Society of Nature Explorers, Geol. Ser. 89 (5): 43–55. z
Lebedeva, N.K., Aleksandrova, G.N., Shurigyn, B.N., Ovechkina, M.N. & Gnibidenko, Z.N. 2013. Palaeontological and magnetostratigraphic data on Upper Cretaceous deposits from Borehole no. 8 (Russkaya Polyana District, Southwestern Siberia). Stratigraphy and Geological Correlation 21 (1): 48–78. z
Ovechkina, M.N. & Mostovski, M.B. 2012. The Upper Cretaceous calcareous nannoplankton of the St Lucia Formation at Nibela Peninsula, KwaZulu-Natal. Palaeontologia africana 47: 48. z
Green, A.N., Ovechkina, M.N. & Mostovski, M.B. 2012. Late Holocene shoreface evolution of the wave domi¬nated Durban Bight, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: a mixed storm and current driven system. Continental Shelf Research 49: 56–64.
Cawthra, H.C., Uken, R. & Ovechkina, M.N. 2012. New insights into the geological evolution of the Durban Bluff and adjacent Blood Reef, South Africa. South African Journal of Geology 115 (3): 291–308.    z


 

תארים, פוסט דוק, שבתונים:

 

 

Degrees, Post-docs, Sabbaticals:

 

1999 MSc (Palaeontology, Geology)
Institution Lomonosov Moscow State UniversityTitle of thesis: Calcareous nannoplankton of the upper part of the Middle and the Upper Eocene of the Bakhchisarai Region of south western Crimea
2005 PhD (Micropalaeontology, Stratigraphy)
Institution Paleontological Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences
Title of thesis: Campanian–Maastrichtian calcareous nannoplankton of the Russian Platform.

Postdoctoral Research Fellow:
2011 – 2012 Biostratigraphy and palaeoenvironments of the Cretaceous and Cenozoic of South Africa. (Organisation KwaZuluNatal Museum, Pietermaritzburg)
2006 – 2011 The Functioning of ecosystems in the South West Indian Ocean and the coupled oceanographic habitat of the coelacanth (Latimeria chalumnae). (Organisation Marine Geoscience Unit, UKZN, Durban)


חברות בוועדות ציבוריות:

 

 :Membership in public committees


חברות בארגונים בינלאומיים:

 

 

Membership in international organizations:

 

The Micropalaeontological Society (since 2011)
International Nannoplankton Association (since 2011),
Cushman Foundation (since 2008)
Palaeontological Society of Southern Africa (since 2007)
All Russia Palaeontological Society (since 2003)
Moscow Society of Nature Explorers (since 1998).


פרסים חשובים:

 

Significant awards:

 

2008 :
Award for the best poster on the conference PSSA' 08 (Palaeontological Society of Southern Africa, Matjiesfontein, South Africa).
Poster: M. N. Ovechkina, M.K. Watkeys, W. Kretzinger. Nannoplankton in the manganese deposits of the Mozambique Ridge and Mozambique Basin, SW Indian Ocean.
H. Rausing's award for the book:
Ovechkina, M.N. Calcareous nannoplankton of the Upper Cretaceous (Campanian and Maastrichtian) of the southern and eastern Russian Platform. Nauka Publ., Moscow. 352 pp.

2012 the Geological Society of South Africa awarded a medal to the article, which I coauthored:
Cawthra, H.C., Uken, R. & Ovechkina, M.N. 2012. New insights into the geological evolution of the Durban Bluff and adjacent Blood Reef, South Africa. South African Journal of Geology 115 (3): 291–308.

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