I. A. Dmitriev

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We develop a theory of magneto-oscillations in the photoconductivity of a two-dimensional electron gas observed in recent experiments. The effect is governed by a change of the electron distribution function induced by the microwave radiation. We analyze a nonlinearity with respect to both the dc field and the microwave power, as well as the temperature(More)
The features of the present distribution and cenotic association of ephedra (Ephedra sinica Stapf.) in the arid steppe ecosystems of Central and Eastern Mongolia are studied on the basis of data of large-scale investigations performed at the Bayan-Unzhul and Tumentsogt stations within the framework of a Joint Russian-Mongolian complex biological expedition(More)
We present a systematic study of the microwave-induced oscillations in the magnetoresistance of a two-dimensional electron gas for mixed disorder including both short-range and long-range components. The obtained photoconductivity tensor contains contributions of four distinct transport mechanisms. We show that the photoresponse depends crucially on the(More)
The Mongolian gazelle (Procapra gutturosa Pallas, 1777) and five domestic herbivores share the steppe plants. The desertification of the steppe induced by overgrazing is related to the activities of the community of the large herbivore. A plant-herbivore data matrix obtained by cuticular analysis has made it possible to estimate the impact of trophic(More)
Recent theoretical results on magnetotransport of electrons in a 2D system in the range of moderately strong transverse magnetic fields are reviewed. The phenomena discussed include: quasiclassical memory effects in systems with various types of disorder, transport in lateral superlattices, interaction-induced quantum magnetoresistance, quantum(More)
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