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SCIENTIFIC PAPERS RESULTING FROM THE RESEARCH AT LAKE HOVSGOL 1994-1999


Anonymous, 2000. Hovsgol lake and nearby Shamanism and Tsaatan landscape. Nomination for World Heritage Inscription. Submitted to the United Nations through the Ministry of Education, Culture and Science and the Ministry for Nature and the Environment, Government of Mongolia. Ulaanbaatar. 146pp.

Baatar, D., R. Samiya and C. E. Goulden. 1997. Long-Term Ecological Research in Mongolia, pp. 67-75. IN: King, H-B., S.P. Hamburg, and Y. Hsia (Editors), Long-Term Ecological Research In East Asia-Pacific Region. Taiwan Forestry Research Institute.

Erbaeva, E. A., O. M. Kozhova and G. P. Safronov. In press. The fauna of bottom invertebrates of Lake Khubsugul (Mongolia). The Geology, Biodiversity and Ecology of Lake Hovsgol, Mongolia, C. Goulden, T. Sitnikova, J. Gelhaus, B.Boldgiv, editors.

Gelhaus, J., S. Podenas and F. Brodo. 2000. New or poorly known long palped crane flies from Mongolia (Diptera: Tipuloidea: Tipulidae). Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences 150: 145-157.

Gelhaus, J. and S. Podenas. In press. The diversity and distribution of crane flies (Diptera: Tipuloidea) in the watershed of Lake Hovsgol, Mongolia. The Geology, Biodiversity and Ecology of Lake Hovsgol, Mongolia, C. Goulden, T. Sitnikova, J. Gelhaus, B. Boldgiv, editors.

Goulden, C., S. Chuluunkhuyag, N. Densmaa and Ch. Javzan. 2000. Nomadic pasture use impacts on aquatic ecosystems, pg. 34-35, IN: International symposium on “Nomads and use of pastures today”. International Institute for the Study of Nomadic Civilizations, Ulaanbaatar.

Goulden, C. E., J. Gelhaus, W. C. Hession, B. Boldgiv. In Press. Lake Hovsgol; The Blue Pearl of Mongolia. Focus Magazine.

Goulden, C. E., J. Tsogtbaatar, Chuluunkhuyag (MAS), W. C. Hession, D. Tumurbaatar, Ch. Dugarjav, C. Cianfrani, P. Brusilovskiy, G. Namkhaijantsen and R. Baatar. 2000. The Mongolian Long-Term Ecological Research (LTER): Hovsgol National Park. Korean J. Ecology 23(2): 135-140.

Goulden, C. E., O. Tumoortogo, B. Boldgiv. In Preparation. The geological history and geography of Lake Hovsgol, Mongolia. For submission to The Geology, Biodiversity and Ecology of Lake Hovsgol, Mongolia, C. Goulden, T. Sitnikova, J. Gelhaus, B. Boldgiv, editors.

Hayford, B., L. Ferrington. In press. The vertical and horizontal distribution of chironomids in Lake Hovsgol, Mongolia. The Geology, Biodiversity and Ecology of Lake Hovsgol, Mongolia, C. Goulden, T. Sitnikova, J. Gelhaus, B.Boldgiv, editors.

Morse, J.C. 1999. A remarkable new species of the Limnephilus asiaticus Group (Trichoptera: Limnephilidae: Limnephilinae) from Lake Hovsgol, Mongolia. Pages 253-257 In: H. Malicky and P. Chantaramongkol, editors, Proceedings of the 9th International Symposium on Trichoptera, Faculty of Science, Chiang Mai University, Chiang Mai, Thailand. 479 pp.

Morse, J.C., and A.L. Prather. In preparation. New species of caddisflies from Lake Hovsgol, Mongolia. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington.

Morse, J.C., N. A. Rozhkova, A.L. Prather, T. S. Vshivkova, and S. C. Harris. In press. Trichoptera of Mongolia, with emphasis on the Hovsgol drainage fauna. The Geology, Biodiversity and Ecology of Lake Hovsgol, Mongolia, C. Goulden, T. Sitnikova, J. Gelhaus, B. Boldgiv, eds.

Namhaidorj, B. In press. On the study of Coleoptera, Cerambycidae around the shoreline of Lake Hovsgol. The Geology, Biodiversity and Ecology of Lake Hovsgol, Mongolia, C. Goulden, T. Sitnikova, J. Gelhaus, B. Boldgiv, editors.

Podenas, S. and J. Gelhaus. 2000. A new species of long-palped crane fly in the subgenus Tipula (Odonatisca) [Diptera: Tipulidae] from Mongolia. Transactions of the American Entomological Society 126 (1): 109-115.

Podenas, S. and J. Gelhaus. In press. New or poorly known short-palped crane flies from Mongolia (Diptera: Tipuloidea: Limoniidae). Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences 151(Nov. 2001).

Safronov, G. P. In press. Gammaridae of Lake Hovsgol. The Geology, Biodiversity and Ecology of Lake Hovsgol, Mongolia, C. Goulden, T. Sitnikova, J. Gelhaus, B. Boldgiv, editors.

Sitnikova, T. In press. A morphological redescription of Choanomphalus hovsgolensis. The Geology, Biodiversity and Ecology of Lake Hovsgol, Mongolia, C. Goulden, T. Sitnikova, J. Gelhaus, B. Boldgiv, editors.

Tumurbaatar, D. 1999. The active zone and permafrost in the Darkhad Depression and the city of Hatgal. Problems of Geography in Mongolia No. 19: 44-46.

Tsogtbaatar, J. and C. E. Goulden. 2000. Mongolia long term ecological research, pp. 28-29, In: The International Long term Ecological Research Network 2000. Perspectives from participating networks. U.S. Long Term Ecological Research Network Office, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque.

Williams, D. F., C. Goulden, P. Molnar. O. Tomurtogoo, S. Fowell and J. Peck. 1996. Mongolia as a natural field laboratory for multidisciplinary research. National Science Foundation Workshop Report, 88pp. (section on zoogeography by Morse and Gelhaus)


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