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Aliaksandr Karpichenka
Associate professor, PhD (Geography), Vice-Dean
Biography:
2001 – Graduating student (specialist) at Geographical Faculty, Belarusian State University (Diploma with Honors).
2001 – Post-graduate student at Department of Soil Science and Geology, Belarusian State University.
2001 – Junior research fellow at Laboratory of Landscape Ecology, Belarusian State University.
2004 – Assistant at Department of Soil Science and Geology, Belarusian State University.
2010 – Candidate of Geographic Sciences (Doctor of Philosophy), Candidate (PhD) thesis: “Typology of Lateral and Radial Geochemical Structures of Landscapes of Belarus”.
2011 – Associate professor at Department Soil Science and GeoInformation Systems, Belarusian State University.
2018 – Vice-Dean at Faculty of Geography and Geoinformatics, Belarusian State University.
Teaching courses:
Geography of Soils with Soil Science
Soil Science and Land Resources
Geochemistry
Mathematical Methods in Geography
Mathematical Methods in Land Management
 
Textbook: 
  1. Chartko M.K., Karpichenka A.A. Mathematical Methods in Geography, Minsk: BSU, 2009, 199 p.
  2. Anoshka V.S.,  Karpichenka A.A. Geography of Soils with Soil Science, Minsk: BSU, 2009, 16 p.
  3. Klebanovich M.V., Karpichenka A.A. et al.Soils Morphology, Minsk: BSU, 2010, 26 p. 
  4. Chartko M.K., Karpichenka A.A. et al. Landscape Geochemistry, Minsk: BSU, 2011, 303 p.
  5. Klebanovich M.V., Karpichenka A.A. et al. Soil Sience and Land Resourses, Novapolack, 2013, 143 p. 
  6. Kavalchyk N.V., Smykovich L.I., Karpichenka A.A. Prevalence and Types of Migration of Chemical Elements, Minsk: BSU, 2017, 111 p.
  7. Chartko M.K., Karpichenka A.A. Mathematical Methods in Geography, Saratov: IPR Media, 2019, 193 p.
Fields of research:
Landscape Geochemistry,  Landscape Ecology, Geochemical Mapping, Geography of Soils
Contact information:
Address: 16 Leningradskaya str., Minsk, Belarus, room 218
Tel.: +375-17-2095025

Publications
Author more than 110 scientific publication, most essential:

Karpichenka A.A., Chartko M.K., Semianiuk A.S. Geochemical estimation of soils and vegetation of Maladziečna // Journal of the Belarusian State University. Geography and Geology. 2018. № 1. С. 21-29 (in Russian)

Semianiuk A., Karpichenka A., Chartko M. Assessment of ecological condition of Molodechno city with help of GIS-technologies // Zemlya Belarusi. 2018. № 2. С. 32-38 (in Russian)

Chartko M., Karpichenka A., Zhoomar P. Landscape-geochemical state of depleted peat deposits of Belarusian Polissya, their optimization and rational use // Agroecological Journal. 2017. № 2. P. 83–88. (in Russian)

Martsinkevich G.I, Shchasnaya I.I., Chartko N.K., Karpichenka A.A., Zvoznikov A.A. Urban landscapes of Pinsk: classification, ecological-geochemical assessment, ways of optimization // Vestnik BSU. Ser.2. 2015. №3. P 70-75. (in Russian)

Chartko M.K., Karpichenka A.A. Research and mapping of technogenic loading on the modern landscapes of Belarusian Polesye // Odessa National University Herald. Series Geography & Geology, Vol. 19, Issue 3 (22), 2014, P. 22-28. (in Russian)
Purpose. The article considers the territorial differentiation of technogenic loading on the territory of Belarusian Polesye. 
Methodology. The mapping technique of technogenic loading on the natural and agricultural landscapes is developed, which takes into account the introduction of mineral and organic fertilizers, pesticides, ameliorants and receipts of dust of different origins, in addition with substances that fall together with precipitation per year. Mapping was performed using ESRI ArcView and ESRI ArcGIS. 
Finding. Based on the literature data and own research materials compiled a series of maps of technogenic loading on the landscape of the Belarusian Polesye. Established that technogenic loading to agricultural landscapes varies from 6.3 to 17.6 tons per hectare, is thus observed increasing it from the north-east to south-west Polesye. Strict dependencies between the genera of landscapes and the value of the technogenic loading is not established. For the types of forestry and nature conservation landscapes are significantly smaller values technogenic loading (not greater than about 1 ton per hectare), without a significant spatial differentiation.
Results. A number of territories of the Belarusian Polesye are requires environmental measures to reduce the impact of technogenesis on landscapes. For the West Belarusian Polessye should be defined optimal rates of technogenic loading on the agricultural landscapes according to the local agricultural specialization and soil cover structure.

Chartko M. K., Karpichenka A. A. Technogenic loading on the landscapes of Belarusian Polesye // Vestnik BSU. Ser.2. 2013. №2. P 62-65. (in Russian)
The article considers the territorial differentiation of technogenic loading on the territory of Belarusian Polesye. The mapping technique of technogenic loading on the natural and agricultural landscapes is developed, which takes into account the introduction of mineral and organic fertilizers, pesticides, ameliorants and receipts of dust of different origins, in addition with substances that fall together with precipitation per year. Based on the literature data and own research materials compiled a series of maps of technogenic loading on the landscape of the Belarusian Polesye. Mapping was performed using ESRI ArcView and ESRI ArcGIS. Established that technogenic loading to agricultural landscapes varies from 6,3 to 17,6 tons per hectare, is thus observed increasing it from the north-east to south-west Polesye. Strict dependencies between the genera of landscapes and the value of the technogenic loading is not established. For the types of forestry and nature conservation landscapes are significantly smaller values technogenic loading (not greater than about 1 ton per hectare), without a significant spatial differentiation.

Chartko M.K., Karpichenka A.A. Geochemical structure of landscapes of Belarus // Vestnik BSU. Ser. 2. 2011. № 3. P. 121–124. (In Russian)
Lateral and radial geochemical structure of landscapes of Belarus and methodology of their study are considered. Kinds of structures within the genera of landscapes are identified. Typification of lateral and radial geochemical structures is developed.

Zhoomar, P.V. Ecogeochemistry of technogenic landscapes: situational approach / P.V. Zhoomar, N.K. Chartko, A.A. Karpichenka // Soil Science (Gruntoznavstvo). – 2011. – Vol.12. – № 3–4. – P. 5–11.
This article is dedicated to new approaches which have been appeared in the ecogeochemistry of technogenic landscape. All of them are concerning to different types of ecogeochemical assessment of whole landscape and considering a group of ecological facilities connected with a lack of chemical elements or their abundance. Special emphasis has been done to the assessment of ecogeochemical situations in technogenic landscapes, to the identification of different level of its favourability for vital functions of organisms. A number of gradations of ecogeochemical situations is a function of the acting factors quantity with the regard for their inner division. They determine conditions of migration and concentration of chemical elements, excess or lack of which is adversely affect a health and vital activity conditions of a man.

Chartko N.K., Zhoomar P.V., Karpichenko A.A. Geochemical structure landscapes and soils // Ecology and noospherology (Ukraine). – 2011. – Т. 22. – № 1–2. – P. 30–39.
Different types of lateral and radial geochemical structures have been considered in the framework of structural approach. The adduced technique of the geochemical diversity assessment is based on the account of numerous combinations of geochemical structures within elementary technogenic landscape. Their connection with landscape and biological diversity has been considered in the article.

The geochemistry of technogenic landscapes: theory and practice / P. Zhoomar, A. Karpichenka, M. Chartko // Methodology of landscape research: Dissertations Commission of Cultural Landscape. – Sosnowiec: Commission of Cultural Landscape of Polish Geographical Society, 2008. – № 9. – P. 170-190.
This article is dedicated to new approaches which have been appeared in the geochemistry of technogenic landscape in Belarus for last five years. All of them are concerning to different types of geochemical assessment of whole landscape and considering a group of ecological facilities connected with a lack of chemical elements or their abundance. Special emphasis has been done to the assessment of geochemical situations in technogenic landscapes, to the identification of different level of its favorability for vital functions of organisms. Simultaneously different types of lateral and radial geochemical structures have been considered in the framework of structural approach. The adduced technique of the geochemical diversity assessment is based on the account of numerous combinations of geochemical structures within elementary technogenic landscape. Its connection with landscape and biological diversity have been traced in the article.

Karpichenka A.A. Geochemical structure of the major genera of landscapes of Belarus // Vestnik BSU. Ser. 2. 2010. № 2. P. 83–86. (In Russian)
Lateral and radial geochemical structure of landscapes of Belarus has been studied. Main factors of forming structure and its spatial allocation under conditions of Belarus have been identified. The classification of geochemical structures has been developed on the base of regularities of the variation of chemical element concentration within geochemical landscape and a nature of their accumulation in different soil layers.

Chartko M.K., Zoomar P.V., Karpichenka A.A. Landscape and geochemical assessment of turf grounds of worked-out turf deposits of Belarusian Polessye // Soil Science (Gruntoznavstvo). 2010. № 3–4. P. 27–42. (In Russian)
Regularities of the distribution of worked-out turf deposits are considered in this article by basic genera of landscapes. Environmental relationship of worked-out turf deposits was analyzed by the landscape neighborhood index. There are four categories of neighborhood were identified on the base of combination of neighboring landscape kinds and their ratio in the perimeter of considered landscape: 1) landscapes with the prevalence of one kind with insignificant share of others; 2) landscapes with the prevalence of two kinds on the background of others; 3) landscapes with the prevalence of three kinds; 4) landscapes with approximately equal ratio of neighboring kinds.

Geographical Environment Structure and Landscape Diversity of Belarus / V. Anoshko et al., Minsk: BSU, 2006, 194 p. (In Russian)
Chartko M.K, Karpichenka A.A., Zhoomar P.V. Geochemical structure and landscape diversity // 25 Years of Landscape Ecology: Scientific Principles in Practice: Proceedings of the 7th IALE World Congress, Wageningen, The Netherlands, 8–12 July 2007. Wageningen, 2007. Part II. P. 733-734.
Chartko M.K., Karpichenka A.A., Zoomar P.V., Sergienya T.A. The geochemical structure as an information basis for the landscape diversity determination // Geography and Natural Resources. 2006. № 3. P. 137-141. (In Russian)
Karpichenka A.A. Geochemical structure of secondary fluvial-glacial landscapes of Belarus // Soil Science and Agricultural Chemistry. 2005. № 1 (34). P. 104–107. (In Russian)
Chartko M.K., Karpichenka A.A., Zoomar P.V. Lateral geochemical barriers of Belarus // Soil Science and Agricultural Chemistry. 2005. № 1 (34). P. 147–149. (In Russian)
Chartko M.K., Karpichenka A.A. Geochemical structure of hill-moraine-erosion landscapes of Belarus // Vestnik BSU. Ser. 2. 2004. № 3. P. 63–68. (In Russian)
Chartko M.K., Karpichenka A.A. Geochemical structure of secondary moraine landscapes of Belarus // Natural Resources. 2003. № 2. P. 84-91. (In Russian)
Raiski V.V., Karpichenka A.A., Raiskaya V.V., Gagina N.V. Geoecological estimation of urban terrains (on an example of separate sites of BSU) // Vestnik BSU. Ser. 2. 2002. № 2. P. 49–54. (In Russian)
Chartko M.K., Karpichenka A.A. The organic and mineral complex of the optimized peat and wet soddy podzolic soils // Vestnik BSU. Ser. 2. 2001. № 1. P. 79–81. (In Russian)
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