Kozlova Maria Alexeevna
Kozlova Maria Alexeevna
Senior Researcher (PhD)


2009: Moscow State University of Environmental Engineering, Faculty of Ecology and Environmental Management (B.Sc. and M.Sc.)
2013: Candidate of Science in Geography (Ph.D.), thesis title: “The influence of xenobiotic intake on water quality (for example, water bodies - sources of drinking water supply in Moscow)”, Water Problems Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow

♦ Employment:

• 2009-present: Junior Researcher, Researcher, Senior Researcher of Water Problems Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow

♦ Area of interests: 

• water quality

• hazard assessment of organic xenobiotics

• pharmaceutical water pollution

• recommendations for reducing pollution

♦ Research visits (extended): 

• Udayana University, Bali, Indonesian (2018, 2019, 2020)
• Thomas More University, Kentucky, USA - Open World Program “Watershed Management” (2019)

♦ Awards:

• 2014: Laureate of the International Prize “Commonwealth of Debuts” from the Russian Federation, established by the Intergovernmental Foundation for Educational, Scientific and Cultural Cooperation of the CIS
• 2019: Medal of the Russian Academy of Sciences with prizes for young scientists of Russia and for students of higher educational institutions of Russia for the best scientific work following the results of the 2018 competition

♦ International Grants:

• Russia – ASEAN (2018-2020), Head of the grant N. Schegolkova 

§ Author's profiles:

♦ Elibrary 

♦ Books: 

2015: Barenboim G.M., Chiganova M.A. Pollution of natural waters with pharmaceuticals. Мoscow: Nauka, 283 p. – ISBN 978-5-02-039147-7 (In Russian).
2016: The scientific basis for creating systems for monitoring the quality of natural surface water / Collective monograph under the scientific. ed. Barenboim G.M., Venitsianova E.V. Moscow: Scientific World, 462 р. - ISBN 978-5-91522-439-0 (In Russian).

♦ Papers in Refereed Journals: 

• Safonova A.S., Chiganova M.A., Barenboim G.M. The use of information technology for the analysis of toxicity of organic xenobiotics included in the international list of substances polluting the Baltic Sea // Water: chemistry and ecology, No. 9, 2014. pp. 78-85 (In Russian)

• Barenboim G.M., Chiganova M.A., Berezovskaya I.V. Features of pollution of surface water bodies with components of medicines // Water industry of Russia: problems, technologies, management, No. 3, 2014, pp. 131-141 (In Russian)

• Chiganova M.A., Shanin I.A., Eremin S.A., Barenboim G.M. Modern approaches in the system for detecting pharmaceutical water pollution, including the application of immunochemical analysis methods // Water: chemistry and ecology, No. 12, 2015. pp. 64-72 (In Russian)

• Anastasia S. Safonova, Maria A. Chiganova, Grigory M. Barenboim. Applying of the Information Technologies for Toxicity Analysis of Organic Xenobiotics from an International List of the Baltic Sea Pollutants // Water Resources, Vol. 43. №2, 2016, Р. 377-394

• Barenboim G.M., Chiganova M.A. The hazard assessment of organic xenobiotic water pollution based on information technology // Russian Water Management: Problems, Technologies, Management, No. 4, 2016. pp. 118-128 (In Russian)

• Chiganova M.A. Legal regulation of pharmaceutical pollution of the environment // Product Quality Control, No. 1, 2017. pp. 56-64 (In Russian)

• Venitsianov E.V., Adzhienko G.V., Wozniak A.A., Chiganova M.A. Modern problems of assessment, regulation and monitoring of surface water quality // Water industry of Russia: problems, technologies, management. 2018. No. 1. pp. 47-59. (In Russian)

• Schegolkova N.M., Kozlova M.A., Emelyanov A.V., Shmonin K.N. Moscow River today and tomorrow // Nature. No. 10. 2018. pp. 28-37. (In Russian)

• Barenboim G.M., Kozlova M.A. Pollution of Sources of Drinking Water Supply of Large Cities with Pharmaceuticals (the Example of Moscow, Russia) // Water Resources, 2018, Vol. 45, No. 6, pp. 925–936.

• Kozlova M.A. The study of pharmaceutical pollution of water bodies in areas of wastewater discharge from cities and industrial enterprises // Water: chemistry and ecology, No. 3-6, 2019, p. 30-36 (In Russian)

• Danilov-Danilyan V. I., Venitsianov E.V., Adzhienko G.V., Kozlova M.A. Assessing Recent Approaches to Quality Control and Conservation of Surface Waters // Herald of the Russian Academy of Sciences, 2019, Vol. 89, No. 6, pp. 599–607 (WoS, Scopus)

• Pavel Kargashin, Andrew Karpachevskiy, Maria Kozlova, Nataliya Shchegolkova, I Gusti Ngurah Santosa, I Nyoman Sunarta, I Wayan Budiasa, I Ketut Suada, I Nyoman Rai. Study of Bali rivers water quality via automated workflow using python and arcGIS tools // Proceeding of international workshop and seminar. Innovation of Environmental-Friendly Agricultural Technology Supporting Sustainable Food Self-Sufficiency. 2019. p. 223-232 (ISBN 978-602-344-251-5, DOI 10.5281/zenodo.3301538) - https://zenodo.org/record/3301538#.XS12UtSLQ-U

• L.Lokshina, V.Vavilin, Y.Litti, M.Glagolev, A.Sabrekov, M.Kozlova. Methane Production in a West Siberian Eutrophic Fen is Much Higher than Carbon Dioxide Production: Incubation of Peat Samples, Stoichiometry, Stable Isotope Dynamics, Modeling // Water Resources, 2019, vol. 46, Suppl. 1, pp. S110-S125

• Eugeny Venitsianov, Georgy Adzhienko, Sergey Yasinsky and Mariya Kozlova. Actual issues of assessment and regulation of surface water quality // E3S Web Conf., IV Vinogradov Conference “Hydrology: from Learning to Worldview” in Memory of Outstanding Russian Hydrologist Yury Vinogradov, Volume 163, 2020. Article Number 06012, 6 p. - https://doi.org/10.1051/e3sconf/202016306012

• Kozlova M.A., Galvidis I.A., Burkin M.A. Features of pharmaceutical pollution of water bodies - sources of drinking water supply in Moscow (for example, some antibiotics) // Meteorology and Hydrology, 2020 (in press). (In Russian)

• M.A. Kozlova, N.V. Kirpichnikova, T.B. Fashchevskaya, V.O. Polyanin, O.O. Borodin. Development of a prototype of an expert decision support system for optimizing measures aimed at protecting water bodies from diffuse pollution (for example, the Volga river basin) // Water Resources, No. 5, 2020 (in press) (In Russian)

• V.I. Danilov-Danilyan, V.O. Polyanin, T.B. Fashchevskaya, N.V. Kirpichnikova, M.A. Kozlova, E.V. Venitsianov. The problem of reducing diffuse pollution of water bodies and increasing the effectiveness of water protection programs // Water Resources, No. 5, 2020 (in press) (In Russian)