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Olga Victorovna Sibiryakova


Contact information:

Lab. of Animal Behaviour,
Dept. of Vertebrate Zoology,
Faculty of Biology,
Lomonosov Moscow State University,
Vorobievy Gory, Moscow,
119991, Russia
E-mail: osibiryakova@bk.ru

Personal information:
Date of birth: 5 November 1989
Place of birth: Tver, Russia

Nationality and citizenship: Russian

Education:

From 2011 to 2013 - student of Biology Department of Lomonosov Moscow State University. Master’s dissertation: “Vocal variability of nasal and oral contact calls of mothers and young in ungulates”

Since 2013 – PhD-student of Biology Department of Lomonosov Moscow State University. Theme of ongoing research: “Structure and functions of vocal behaviour in three species of ungulate: Goitered gazelle (Gazella subgutturosa), Saiga (Saiga tatarica) and red deer (Cervus elaphus).” 

Scientific speciality: Vertebrate zoology

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Research projects:

International meetings and activities:

  • 2013 April – ÕÕ International Scientific Conference of Students, PhD-students and Young Scientists "Lomonosov-2013", Moscow, Russia (talk);
  • 2014 July – The 8th International Deer Biology Congress and International Wildlife Management Symposium, Harbin, China (talk);
  • 2014 August-September – VI Worldwide Congress of Maral breeding, Ust-Kamenogorsk, Kazakhstan (talk).
  • 2015 April - ÕÕ International Scientific Conference of Students, PhD-students and Young Scientists "Lomonosov-2015", Moscow, Russia (talk);
  • 2015 August - Graduate Summer School “Acoustic Communication” (SNAK2015 - graduate course arranged by graduate school SNAK, University of Southern Denmark, Odense, Denmark), Denmark, poster;
  • 2015 September - XXV International Bioacoustics Congress (IBAC 2015), Murnau, Germany, poster;
  • 2015 September – October - 10th International Conference on Behaviour, Physyology and Genetics of Wildlife , Berlin, Germany, poster;
  • 2015 October - School for Young Scientists "Behavioral science: four key questions", Zvenigorod Biological Station, Moscow province, Russia;
  • 2016 February - X International Congress of Russian Theriological Society of Russian Academy of Science “Theriofauna of Russia and Adjacent Territories”, Moscow, Russia, poster;

Grants and Awards:

  • 2012 - 2013 – Participation in grant 12-04-31274 from the Russian Foundation for the Basic Research, “Genomic markers and acoustic communication as indicators of evolutionary divergence of populations of rodents”;
  • 2014 – 2016 – Participation in grant 14-14-00237 from the Russian Science Foundation, theme ¹ 15-04/14 “Indicators of discomfort in audible and ultrasonic vocal signals of mammals and birds”;
  • 2014 – 2017 – Participation in grant 15-04-06241a from the Russian Foundation for the Basic Research, "Evolution of communicative behaviour on example of rutting vocal displays of ungulates".
  • 2014 May – First place in International bird-watching competition, Dandong, China.
  • 2015 – 2016 – Participation in grant 15-34-20589 from the Russian Foundation for the Basic Research, "Polymorphism of mitochondrial DNA and acoustical signals as markers of evolutionary divergence among populations of mammals (on example of Rodents)".
  • 2016 – 2017 – Grant 16-34-01230 from the Russian Foundation for the Basic Research, “Individual specificity of acoustic communication signals from the open habitats ungulates”.
  • 2016 - Scholarship of the Russian Federation Government for postgraduate students.

Publications:

Articles:

  • Volodin I., Sibiryakova O.V., Volodina E. Sex and age-class differences in calls of Siberian wapiti Cervus elaphus sibiricus // Mammalian Biology, 2016, V. 81, ¹ 1, P. 10-20. 222.pdf
  • Sibiryakova O.V., Volodin I.A., Matrosova V.A., Volodina E.V., Garcia A.J., Gallego L., Landete-Castillejos T. The power of oral and nasal calls to discriminate individual mothers and offspring in red deer, Cervus elaphus // Frontiers in Zoology, 2015, v. 12:2, p. 1-12. DOI 10.1186/s12983-014-0094-5 217.pdf
  • Volodin I.A., Volodina E.V., Sibiryakova O.V., Naidenko S.V., Hernandez-Blanco J.A., Litvinov M.N., Rozhnov V.V. Vocal activity of the red deer and the acoustic structure of its rutting calls in the Russian Far East // Doklady Biological Sciences, 2015, V. 462, p. 144–147. 310.pdf
  • Volodin I.A., Sibiryakova O.V., Kokshunova L.E., Frey R., Volodina E.V. Nasal and oral calls in mother and young trunk-nosed saiga antelopes, Saiga tatarica // Bioacoustics, 2014, v. 23, N 2, p. 79-98. 199.pdf

Abstracts of scientific conferences:

  1. O. V. Sibiryakova Associated with trunk vocal variation in adult females and young Saiga antelope, Saiga tatarica. Proceedings of the ÕÕ International Scientific Conference of Students, PhD-students and Young Scientists "Lomonosov-2013", biology section, Moscow, 2013, p. 141 [in Russian]. C67a.pdf
  2. V. A. Matrosova, C. V. Pivanova, L. E. Savinetskaja, O. N. Shekarova, O. V. Sibiryakova, A. V. Rashevskaja, M. Y. Rusin  Acoustic communication and genomic data as markers of divergence among populations of Rodents. VI Russian Conference "Phisiology of hearing and speech". Sanct-Peterburg, Russia, 2013, p.83-84 [in Russian]. C78.pdf
  3. O. V Sibiryakova, I. A Volodin, E. V Volodina The cues to individuality and age in nasal and oral calls in mother and calf of Iberian red deer, Cervus elaphus hispanicus. VI Worldwide Congress of Maral breeding, Ust-Kamenogorsk, Kazakhstan, 2014, p. 8-14 [in Russian]. C84.pdf
  4. I. A Volodin, E. V Volodina, O. V Sibiryakova Evolution of red deer calls in Europe and Asia, from bass to soprano. VI Worldwide Congress of Maral breeding, Ust-Kamenogorsk, Kazakhstan, 2014, p. 8-14 [in Russian]. C83.pdf
  5. Sibiryakova O.V., Volodin I.A., Volodina E.V., Garcia A.J., Gallego L., Landete-Castillejos T. Acoustical cues to mother-calf communication in Iberian red deer, Cervus elaphus hispanicus // Proceeding of the 8th International Deer Biology Congress and International Wildlife Management Symposium, Harbin, China, Northeast Forestry University, 2014, p. 55-56. C81.pdf
  6. Sibiryakova O.V. Effects of sex and age on acoustical structure of calls of Siberian wapiti, Cervus elaphus sibiricus // Proceedings of the XXII International Scientific Conference of Students, PhD-students and Young Scientists "Lomonosov-2013", biology section, Moscow, 2015, p. 172-173 [in Russian]. C88.pdf
  7. Sibiryakova O.V., Volodin I.A., Volodina E.V. Acoustic variation in Siberian wapiti, Cervus elaphus sibiricus: effects of sex and age // XXV International Bioacoustics Congress, Murnau, Germany, 2015, p. 140. C90.pdf; C90_poster.pdf
  8. Sibiryakova O.V., Volodin I.A., Volodina E.V., Frey R., Kisebaev T., Zuther S. Endangered saiga antelope (Saiga tatarica) neonate vocalisation in the wild: encoding of distress, individuality and sex // 10th International Conference on Behaviour, Physyology and Genetics of Wildlife, Berlin, Germany, 2015, p.174-175; C93.pdf; C93_poster.pdf;
  9. Volodina E.V., Volodin I.A., Sibiryakova O.V., Naidenko S.V., Hernandez-Blanco J.A., Litvinov M.N., Rozhnov V.V. Subspecies-specific rutting calls and male vocal activity in an Asian subspecies of red deer, Cervus elaphus xanthopygus // 10th International Conference on Behaviour, Physyology and Genetics of Wildlife , Berlin, Germany, 2015, p. 192; C95.pdf; C95_poster.pdf
  10. Sibiryakova O.V., Volodin I.A., Volodina E.V. Mother - young vocal communication: acoustical structure and functions of oral and nasal contact calls in three ungulates species // X International Congress of Russian Theriological Society “Theriofauna of Russia and Adjacent Territories”, Moscow, Russia, 2016, p. 383; C99.pdf; [in Russian];
  11. Volodina E.V., Volodin I.A., Sibiryakova O.V., Naidenko S.V., Hernandez-Blanco J.A., Litvinov M.N., Rozhnov V.V. The dynamics of vocal activity of red deer (Cervus elaphus xanthopygus) during rut season in the Ussuri Nature Reserve // X International Congress of Russian Theriological Society “Theriofauna of Russia and Adjacent Territories”, Moscow, Russia, 2016, p. 76; C102.pdf; C102_poster.pdf; [in Russian];
  12. Volodin I.A., Sibiryakova O.V., Volodina E.V., Frey R. Effect of distress, individuality and sex on calls of young Saiga (Saiga tatarica) // X International Congress of Russian Theriological Society “Theriofauna of Russia and Adjacent Territories”, Moscow, Russia, 2016, p. 77; C101.pdf; C100_poster.pdf; C101_poster.pdf; [in Russian];
  13. Golosova O. S., I. A Volodin, E. V Volodina, O. V Sibiryakova Similarity of calls between different sex and age classes in Siberian wapiti (Cervus elaphus sibiricus) // X International Congress of Russian Theriological Society “Theriofauna of Russia and Adjacent Territories”, Moscow, Russia, 2016, p.89. C98.pdf [in Russian].