Petr V. Fedorov

Teaching courses

Institute of Earth Sciences. Department of Sedimentary Geology:

  • History of the Earth and the organic world;
  • Historical geology;
  • Evolution of sedimentary basins;
  • Facies analysis;
  • Basin analysis;
  • Field training in geology and geodesy;
  • Field Research Practice.


Associate professor, Department of Sedimentary Geology


Phone: (812) 328-94-80

Education, scientific degrees and titles

  • 1981, Geological mapping and prospecting for minerals, Leningrad State University, Department of Historical Geology
  • 2003, PhD, “Clayey-carbonaceous mud-mounds from the Lower-Middle Ordovician of Baltoscandia”

Research IDs

Research interests

Stratigraphy, Sedimentology, Paleontology; Regional Geology, Sedimentary Basins.

Key publications

  1. Nessov L.A., Fedorov P.V. 1989. Jurassic, Cretaceous, and Paleogene vertebrates of Northeastern Ferghana and their significance for determining the age of sediments and the environment of the past. I. Jurassic and Early Cretaceous. // Vestnik of Leningrad State University. Series 7: Geology, geography. 2 (no 14), 20 ̶-30.
  2. Fedorov P.V., Nessov L.A. 1994. Remains of Early Jurassic fishes and other organisms from the lake sediments of the Soguty area (Issyk-Kul Depression, Kyrgyzstan) // Vestnik of Saint Petersburg State University, Series 7: Geology, geography. 3 (no 21), 3 ̶16. (in Russian)
  3. Fedorov P. 2003. Lower Ordovician mud mounds from the St. Petersburg region, northwestern Russia. Bulletin of Geological Society of Denmark. Vol. 50, pp.125 ̶ 137.
  4. Fedorov, P. V., A.V. Koromyslova, S. O. Martha. 2017. The oldest bryozoans of Baltoscandia from the lowermost Floian (Ordovician) of north-western Russia: Two new rare, small and simple species of Revalotrypidae. Paläontologische Zeitschrift. 91(3)353 ̶ 373. DOI: 10.1007/s12542-017-0351-y.
  5. Fedorov, P.V. 2018. Lower Ordovician Siphonia cylindrica Eichwald, 1840 from north-western Russia: a pseudosponge and a natural ‘recorder’ of geological history. Bulletin of Geosciences. 93(4), 463 ̶-476. Czech Geological Survey, Prague. DOI 10.3140/bull.geosci.1691.

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