I’m a geographer and landscape is in my primal focus while it is a very broad theoretical concept. My research interests cover a wide range of topics from mapping natural landscapes to acoustic ecology of urban areas.
I worked with paleogeographers, geomorphologists, geophysicists and archaeologists at the Avdeevo and Zabolotye archaeological sites. I was engaged in mapping the natural reserves in the Meshchera Lowlands, and monitoring changes of natural complexes at the field-station Lesunovo in the Ryazan region. I studied long-term land use changes based on historical maps and satellite images using statistical modeling with environmental history approach. Participated in the formulation of a strategy for the development and functional zoning of museums-reserves and UNESCO sites. Co-author of the Russian regions mental maps Atlas. I studied soundscapes and even virtual landscapes.