Tamir, Puntsag

Puntsag Tamir

Geo-Ecology Institute-301
Baruun Selbe-13
Ulaanbaatar 211238

976-99769915 (telephone)
976-11-315786 (fax)

p_tamir2001@yahoo.com

Professional Experience

  • 2002-2006: Biogeochemistry Researcher, Hövsgöl GEF project, Geo-Ecology Institute, Mongolian Academy of Sciences
  • 1998-2002: Chemist-Engineer, Central Laboratory of Environmental Monitoring in Mongolia
  • 1998: Technician at the soil study sector, Central Laboratory of Environmental Monitoring, Ulaanbaatar
  • 1998: Engineer at the soil study sector, Central Laboratory of Environmental Monitoring, Ulaanbaatar.

Education

  • M.S., Technology of Chemistry, 2004. Mongolian University of Science and Technology, School of Material Science, Technology of chemistry
  • B.S., Chemistry, 1998. State Pedagogical University, Faculty of Chemistry

Additional Study

  • Visiting Scientist, 2005, College of Environmental Science and Forestry, State University of New York, , USA (SUNY-ESF): two months at biogeochemical laboratory, with brief study at Adirondack Long-Term Ecological Monitoring Program (ALTEMP)
  • EPA Scientific Advisory Commettee workshop, Syracuse University, USA, 05.Oct.2005-07.Oct.2005
  • Academy of Natural Science, Philadelphia, USA, 15, Nov.2005-12.Dec.2005
  • University of Pennsylvania, Phialadelphia, USA, 15. Nov.2005-12.Dec.2005

Publications:

  • Tamir, P., C. E. Goulden. 2003. Some preliminary water quality results of six Lake Hövsgöl Rivers. In: Geology and Geo-ecology of Mongolia, 2003 Spring". Mongolian Geoscientist No.19, Abstract p. 30.
  • Tamir, P., C. E. Goulden. 2003. Water Quality Results of Six Lake Hovsgol Rivers. International Conference on Western Mongolia and its Natural Condition and History and Culture. Abstracts p. 64. Hovd, Tomsk.
  • Tamir, P., C. E. Goulden., Munknbaatar, P. 2004. Water Chemistry Study of Streams in Tributary Valleys of Lake Hovsgol, Mongolia. For the Science for Watershed Conservation: Multidisciplinary Approaches for Natural Resource Management Conference.. p. 206-207. Ulan-Ude.
  • Tamir, P. 2002. "Lake Hovsgol Turn off of the Water Once in Five Hundred Years", Hovsgol_GEF project's newspaper ‘'News of Eastern Shore''.
  • Tamir, P., Tuvshinjargal, D., C. E. Goulden. 2005. Water level and salinity changes of eastern shore six streams of lake Hovsgol, Mongolia. Mongolian Geoscientist, April-2005: p. 26-31.
  • Tamir, P. 2005. "Let us live well arranged...should think! '' Hovsgol_GEF project's newspaper ‘'News of Eastern Shore''.
  • Sanaa, E., Suvdtsetseg, Ch ., Tamir, P ., Barbara Hayford., C. E. Goulden. 2005. "Biological Assessment of Impact from Grazing on Stream Benthos in the Lake Hövsgöl Region, Mongolia", Tianjin, China 2005, East Asian Symposium of Aquatic Entomology.
  • Tamir, P., M. J. Mitchell., C. E. Goulden., J. S. Owen., P. Mc. Hale. 2006. Relationships between the Surface Water Chemical and Soil Chemical Characteristics in Lake Hovsgol Watershed, Mongolia. In: Geology and Geo-ecology of Mongolia, 2003 Spring". Mongolian Geoscientist No.29, p. 98-103.
  • Tamir, P., Munknbaatar. P., M. J. Mitchell., C. E. Goulden., J. S. Owen. 2006. Surface Water Chemical and Soil Chemical Characteristics in Lake Hovsgol Streams. Changes in Climate, Ecology and Patterns of Pastoral Nomadism in Lake Hovsgol National Park Mongolia. p. 39-41.

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