- Transition of permafrost soils to terrestrial soils
- Carbon turnover and stabilization in high latitude soils
- Geostatistic at multiple spatial scales
- Soil architecture formation (mineral-organic associations and aggregates)
- Phosphorus in permafrost soil
|since 2015||PhD-Student in Soil Science (University of Bern)|
|since 2013||PhD-Student in Soil Science (University of Koblenz-Landau, Germany)|
|2013||Master of Science Environmental Protection and Agricultural Food Production (University of Hohenheim, Germany)|
|2013||Study in Environmental Protection and Agricultural Food Production (University of Hohenheim, Germany)|
|2011-2012||Erasmus exchange program (Wageningen University, the Netherlands), Major: Environmental Sciences|
|2009||Diploma in Soil Science with honors (Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia)|
|2009||Diploma in Teaching (Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia)|
|2004-2009||Study in Soil Science (Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia)|
Evgrafova, A.; Haase, I.; Shibistova, O.; Guggenberger, G.; Tananaev, N.; Sauheitl, L.; Spielvogel, S.: Spatial pattern of soil organic carbon stocks and macronutrients in permafrost-affected soils (in preparation).
Evgrafova A.; Fedotov, G.; Rydometkina, T. (2010). Possible influence of nanostructural organization of soils on their properties. Ecological systems and equipment, №3, pp. 39-44, Moscow, Russia.