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Martin Banov - CV

Martin Dimitrov Banov

ISSAPP “N. Poushkarov” Sofia

Office: ISSAPP “N. Poushkarov”,

7 “Shousse Bankya” str., 1080 Sofia, Bulgaria

Phone: (+359 2) 879 537 337; Fax: (+359 2) 8248-937; E-mail: banovm@abv.bg

Born: date and place 09.07.1958, Sofia

Education: Soil surveying engineer – MSc, 1983, Higher Institute of Architecture and Construction, Sofia - Bulgaria

Degrees: ISS “N. Poushkarov”: PhD - 1989; Associate Professor - 1999,  Professor, PhD

Key research topics:
Soil Science
Researches in the field of genesis, classification and reclamation of natural, disturbed and polluted soils

Fellowships:
Israel, Romania, Greece, Italy, Netherland, Cyprus
International Quality Systems Auditing ISO 9001:2000 Training Course, held at SGS Bulgaria Ltd, October, 2007.
ISO 14001:2004 Environmental Management Systems Training Course, held at SGS Bulgaria Ltd, October, 2007.

Teaching Experience: Sofia University, Faculty of geology and geography, Reclamation of disturbed and polluted lands from 2000

Msc and phD students: PhD students - 1; MSc students 1

Selected International projects (after 2000):
1. International project, financed from Department of Botany and Plant Ecology, University of Sassari, Italy: “Scientific and technical collaboration for the environmental improvement of the mining and industrial area of Madan (Bulgaria)”, 2002-2004.
2. International project “Heavy metal content of European soils”, 2003 – 2004.
3. International project ''Wetland restoration and pollution reduction'' GAF TF 024837 (Wetland restoration and pollution reduction Project Preparatory Activity
1: Technical Studies for the Design of Wetland Restoration and Nutrient Trapping).
4. International project ''Possibilities and chances for biological agriculture in Bulgaria'' BUL 001005/04.2005 ã.
5. Sustainable innovation technology in plant nursery process improving plant quality and safety. SEVENTH FRAMEWORK PROGRAMME FP7-SME-2007-1
Project acronym: SITINPLANT
Grant agreement ¹ 222048

Administrative responsibilities: Head of Department of Soil Genesis, Geography and Classification - N.Poushkarov Institute of Soil Science; N.Poushkarov Institute of Soil Science - Director; N.Poushkarov Institute of Soil Science, Agrotechnologies and Plant Protection - Vice Director; Head of Department for extension services - N.Poushkarov Institute of Soil Science, Agrotechnologies and Plant Protection

Membership of Scientific Councils:
S1. Executive Council of Academy of Agriculture
2. Science Council of Department of Soil Genesis, Geography and Classification, N. Poushkarov Institute of Soil Science, Agrotechnologies and Plant Protection

Membership of Professional Societies:
National Society of Soil Science
Bulgarian Humic Substances Society
International Humic Substances Society (IHSS),

Communication Languages: Russian, English

Publications: 133 scientific publications in journals and proceedings of conferences, co-author in 1 monograph, co-author in 2 guides, 1 patent; 1 certificate for useful model; 2 applications for patents.

Publications:

1. Banov, M. 1989. Study of some soil-genesis changes at reclaimed lands without use of humus layer from the region of Maritza-Iztok.  PhD Thesis, Sofia.

         2. Banov, M. 2008. Monograph “Soil genetic basic data”, preparing a morphological and analytical data for Technosols.

         3. Banov, M., B. Hristov. 1996. Investigation and reclamation of lands from the region of Buhovo town, disturbed during the mining of uranium. Geographical Problems, ¹ 1, pp. 78-86.

         4. Banov, M., B. Hristov. 1996. Recultivation of quarries, build during uranium mining. Geographical Problems, ¹ 2, pp. 54-62,

         5. Banov, M., B. Hristov, Vl. Topchev. 1996. Recultivation problems and quality estimation of land, disturbed during uranium mining using the classical method. Geographical Problems, ¹ 4, pp. 22 - 30.

         6. Banov, M., B. Hristov. 1996. Theoretical and practical problems at reclamation of disturbed lands in Bulgaria. Conference ”Reforms and ecological policy in the agriculture”, v.2, pp. 47-50, Sofia.

         7. Banov, M., E. Markov. 1999. Contemporary problems during the reclamation of lands in the region of Maritza-iztok coal basin. Soil science, agrochemistry and ecology, ¹ 4-5, pp. 132-135.

         8. Banov, M. 1999. Recultivation of arable lands, disturbed during the setting up of trans-European passage E - 8. Conference “Ecologically orientated agriculture, reclamational and recreational aspects of disturbed land along the path of trans-European passage E-8 having in mind the stable development of the region”.

         9. Banov, M. 1999. Requirements Concerning Reclamation of Lands Disturbed by Surface Coal Mining. Journal of Balkan Ecology, vol.2, ¹1, pp.81-84.

10. Banov, M. 2001. Restoration the fertility of soils disturbed during the construction of gas pipe lines. Eighty years higher agricultural education in Bulgaria, Agricultural University, Plovdiv. Scientific works, v. XLVI, ¹ 2, pp. 51 – 58.

11. Banov, M., M. Naidenov. 2002. Environmental Disturbance caused by the extraction of lead-zinc ore. International Workshop on “Agricultural Pollution”, 19 – 21 September, Edirne, Turkey.

12. Banov M., V. Tzolova. 2003. Reclamation of Lands Disturbed by Mine industry. Bolkan ecology. Sofia.

13. Rousseva, S., M. Banov, N. Kolev. 2003. Some Aspects of the Present Status of Land Degradation in Bulgaria. European Commission. The JRC Enlargement Action. Workshop 10-B. Land Degradation, EUR 20688 EN.

14. Banov, M., R. Radev. 2003. Environmental consequences of copper mining. European Society for New Methods in Agricultural Research-ESNA and International Union of Radioecologists-IUR, XXXIII Annual Meeting, Proceedings, Universta della Tuscia, Viterbo, Italia, pp. 102-107

15. Banov, M. 2004. Survey of lands, affected by uranium mining, their reclamation and use in Republic of Bulgaria. B. EN. A. Journal of Environmental Protection and Ecology. vol.5, ¹ 3: pp. 692-697

16. Banov, M., V. Tcolova, L. Misheva. 2006. Characteristics and reclamation of lands, disturbed during the technological of uranium. Ecology and Industry, vol. 8, ¹ 1, p. 60-63

17. Banov, M., L. Misheva, R. Radev. 2006. Ecological consequences of copper ore processing, VI-th International Scientific Conference „SGEM 2006” – Modern Management of Mine Producing, Geology and Environmental Protection, vol. II, p. 23 – 33

18. Banov, M., V. Tcolova, L. Misheva. 2006. Characteristics and reclamation of lands, disturbed during the technological of uranium. Ecology and Industry, vol. 8, ¹ 1, p. 60-63

19. Banov, M., L. Misheva, B. Georgiev. (2007). Methodical base for reclamation of tailing ponds from the region of “Maritza-iztok”. Proceedings from International conference “60-years Institute of soil science “Nikola Poushkarov”. Soil Science – Base for Sustainable Agriculture and Environment Protection”. 13-17 May 2007. ISBN 978-954-749-072-7. PublishScieSet-Eco. Sofia. pp. 514-519.

20. Banov, M., P. Petrov. 2007. Reclamation of terrains disturbed and polluted during the extraction of lead-zinc ore. Proceedings from International conference “60-years Institute of soil science “Nikola Poushkarov”. Soil Science – Base for Sustainable Agriculture and Environment Protection”. 13-17 May 2007. ISBN 978-954-749-072-7. PublishScieSet-Eco. Sofia. pp. 520-523.

21. Kolev N., Banov M., Dinev N. 2007. Soil degradation time-trends in Bulgaria. 5th International Congress of the European Society for Soil Conservation “Changing Soils in a Changing World: the Soils of Tomorrow”,Palermo, Italy

22. Martin Banov, Nikolai Dinev, Luben Totev. 2008. Recultivation of Waste Depositories. Annual of University of Mining and Geology “St. Ivan Rilski”, Part II: Mining and Mineral Processing, Publishing House “St. Ivan Rilski”, p. 177 - 181.

23. Martin Banov, Svetla Marinova, Luben Totev. 2008. Using By-products in Recultivating Soils. Annual of University of Mining and Geology “St. Ivan Rilski”, Part II: Mining and Mineral Processing, Publishing House “St. Ivan Rilski”, p. 183 - 187.

24. Martin Banov, Lidia Misheva. 2008. Environmental Disturbance Caused by the Extraction of Lead-Zinc Ore, Bulgarian Journal of Ecological Science, Ecology and Future, vol.VI, number 1, pp. 32 – 35; ISSN 1312-076X

25. Plamen Ivanov, Martin Banov, Venera Tsolova. 2009. Classification of Technosols from Bulgaria Using World Reference Base (WRB) for Soil Resources. Journal of Balkan Åcology, vol. 12, ¹ 1, p. 53-57.

 

Selected papers:

1. Banov, M. 1999. Requirements Concerning Reclamation of Lands Disturbed by Surface Coal Mining. Journal of Balkan Ecology, vol.2, ¹ 1, pp.81-84.
    2. Rousseva, S., M. Banov, N. Kolev. 2003. Some Aspects of the Present Status of Land Degradation in Bulgaria. European Commission. The JRC Enlargement Action. Workshop 10-B. Land Degradation, EUR 20688 EN, pp. 149 – 164.
    3. Banov, M. 2004. Survey of lands, affected by uranium mining, their reclamation and use in Republic of Bulgaria. B. EN. A. Journal of Environmental Protection and Ecology. vol.5, ¹ 3: pp. 692-697.
    4. Banov, M., V. Tcolova, L. Misheva. 2006. Characteristics and reclamation of lands, disturbed during the technological of uranium. Ecology and Industry, vol. 8, ¹ 1, p. 60-63
   5. Banov, M., L. Misheva, R. Radev. 2006. Ecological consequences of copper ore processing, VI-th International Scientific Conference „SGEM 2006” – Modern Management of Mine Producing, Geology and Environmental Protection, vol. II, p. 23 – 33
    6. Banov, M., V. Tcolova, L. Misheva. 2006. Characteristics and reclamation of lands, disturbed during the technological of uranium. Ecology and Industry, vol. 8, ¹ 1, p. 60-63
    7. Banov, M., L. Misheva, B. Georgiev. (2007). Methodical base for reclamation of tailing ponds from the region of “Maritza-iztok”. Proceedings from International conference “60-years Institute of soil science “Nikola Poushkarov”. Soil Science – Base for Sustainable Agriculture and Environment Protection”. 13-17 May 2007. ISBN 978-954-749-072-7. PublishScieSet-Eco. Sofia. pp. 514-519.
    8. Banov, M., P. Petrov. 2007. Reclamation of terrains disturbed and polluted during the extraction of lead-zinc ore. Proceedings from International conference “60-years Institute of soil science “Nikola Poushkarov”. Soil Science – Base for Sustainable Agriculture and Environment Protection”. 13-17 May 2007. ISBN 978-954-749-072-7. PublishScieSet-Eco. Sofia. pp. 520-523.
    9. Martin Banov, Nikolai Dinev, Luben Totev. 2008. Recultivation of Waste Depositories. Annual of University of Mining and Geology “St. Ivan Rilski”, Part II: Mining and Mineral Processing, Publishing House “St. Ivan Rilski”, p. 177 - 181.
   10. Martin Banov, Svetla Marinova, Luben Totev. 2008. Using By-products in Recultivating Soils. Annual of University of Mining and Geology “St. Ivan Rilski”, Part II: Mining and Mineral Processing, Publishing House “St. Ivan Rilski”, p. 183 - 187.

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