Konstantin B. Gongalsky
Konstantin B. Gongalsky
Severstov Institute of Ecology and Evolution, Russian Academy of Sciences
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Meta-analysis reveals declines in terrestrial but increases in freshwater insect abundances
R Van Klink, DE Bowler, KB Gongalsky, AB Swengel, A Gentile, ...
Science 368 (6489), 417-420, 2020
Global distribution of earthworm diversity
HRP Phillips, CA Guerra, MLC Bartz, MJI Briones, G Brown, TW Crowther, ...
Science 366 (6464), 480-485, 2019
Dynamics of soil meso-and macrofauna during a 5-year period after clear-cut burning in a boreal forest
A Malmström, T Persson, K Ahlström, KB Gongalsky, J Bengtsson
Applied Soil Ecology 43 (1), 61-74, 2009
Impact of pollution caused by uranium production on soil macrofauna
KB Gongalsky
Environmental monitoring and assessment 89 (2), 197-219, 2003
Effects of soil temperature and moisture on the feeding activity of soil animals as determined by the bait-lamina test
KB Gongalsky, T Persson, AD Pokarzhevskii
Applied Soil Ecology 39 (1), 84-90, 2008
Do burned areas recover from inside? An experiment with soil fauna in a heterogeneous landscape
KB Gongalsky, A Malmström, AS Zaitsev, SV Shakhab, J Bengtsson, ...
Applied Soil Ecology 59, 73-86, 2012
Recovery of soil macrofauna after wildfires in boreal forests
KB Gongalsky, T Persson
Soil biology and biochemistry 57, 182-191, 2013
Why are forest fires generally neglected in soil fauna research? A mini-review
AS Zaitsev, KB Gongalsky, A Malmström, T Persson, J Bengtsson
Applied soil ecology 98, 261-271, 2016
Stratification and dynamics of bait-lamina perforation in three forest soils along a north–south gradient in Russia
KB Gongalsky, AD Pokarzhevskii, ZV Filimonova, FA Savin
Applied Soil Ecology 25 (2), 111-122, 2004
Cartographic analysis of woodlice fauna of the former USSR. ZooKeys 176: 1–11
DM Kuznetsova, KB Gongalsky
Connectivity of litter islands remaining after a fire and unburnt forest determines the recovery of soil fauna
AS Zaitsev, KB Gongalsky, T Persson, J Bengtsson
Applied Soil Ecology 83, 101-108, 2014
Spatial distribution of isopods in an oak–beech forest
KB Gongalsky, FA Savin, AD Pokarzhevskii, ZV Filimonova
European Journal of Soil Biology 41 (3-4), 117-122, 2005
Forest fires alter the trophic structure of soil nematode communities
KO Butenko, KB Gongalsky, DI Korobushkin, K Ekschmitt, AS Zaitsev
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 109, 107-117, 2017
Isotopic niche (δ13С and δ15N values) of soil macrofauna in temperate forests
DI Korobushkin, KB Gongalsky, AV Tiunov
Rapid communications in mass spectrometry 28 (11), 1303-1311, 2014
Effects of prescribed forest burning on carabid beetles (Coleoptera: Carabidae): a case study in south-eastern Norway
K Gongalsky, F Midtgaard, H Overgaard
Entomologica Fennica 17 (3), 325–333-325–333, 2006
Ionizing radiation effects on soil biota: Application of lessons learned from Chernobyl accident for radioecological monitoring
AS Zaitsev, KB Gongalsky, T Nakamori, N Kaneko
Pedobiologia 57 (1), 5-14, 2014
Do boundaries of soil animal and plant communities coincide? A case study of a Mediterranean forest in Russia
KB Gongalsky, IA Gorshkova, AI Karpov, AD Pokarzhevskii
European Journal of Soil Biology 44 (4), 355-363, 2008
Trait-specific response of soil macrofauna to forest burning along a macrogeographic gradient
DI Korobushkin, AY Gorbunova, AS Zaitsev, KB Gongalsky
Applied Soil Ecology 112, 97-100, 2017
Distribution of carabid beetles in agroecosystems across spatial scales–A review
KB Gongalsky, FJ Cividanes
Baltic Journal of Coleopterology 8 (1), 15-30, 2008
Dynamics of pyrophilous carabids in a burned pine forest in Central Sweden
KB Gongalsky, LO Wikars, T Persson
Baltic Journal of Coleopterology 3 (2), 107-111, 2003
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