Электронная библиотека (репозиторий) Томского государственного университета
Pokrovsky, Oleg S.

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Source: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 2018. Vol. 115, № 50. P. E11586-E11594
Type: статьи в журналах
Date: 2018
Description: Midlatitude anthropogenic mercury (Hg) emissions and discharge reach the Arctic Ocean (AO) by atmospheric and oceanic transport. Recent studies suggest that Arctic river Hg inputs have been a potentia ... More
Source: Atmospheric chemistry and physics. 2018. Vol. 18, № 2. P. 963-977
Type: статьи в журналах
Date: 2018
Description: Short-lived climate forcers have been proven important both for the climate and human health. In particular, black carbon (BC) is an important climate forcer both as an aerosol and when deposited on s ... More
Source: Environmental research letters. 2018. Vol. 13. P. 034028 (1-11)
Type: статьи в журналах
Date: 2018
Description: The Western Siberian Lowlands (WSL) store large quantities of organic carbon that will be exposed and mobilized by the thawing of permafrost. The fate of mobilized carbon, however, is not well underst ... More
Source: Science of the total environment. 2018. Vol. 634. P. 1004-1023
Type: статьи в журналах
Date: 2018
Description: Soil pore waters are a vital component of the ecosystem as they are efficient tracers of mineral weathering, plant litter leaching, and nutrient uptake by vegetation. In the permafrost environment, ma ... More
Source: Journal of Hydrology. 2018. Vol. 556. P. 279-293
Type: статьи в журналах
Date: 2018
Description: Climate change is expected to alter hydrological and biogeochemical processes in high-latitude inland waters. A critical question for understanding contemporary and future responses to environmental c ... More
Source: Polar biology. 2017. Vol. 40, № 8. P. 1645-1659
Type: статьи в журналах
Date: 2017
Description: The microbial activity in the soils of the permafrost-affected zones is assumed to be one of the major factors that modify the organic carbon and nitrogen cycle under current climate change. In contra ... More
Source: Biogeosciences. 2017. Vol. 14, № 14. P. 3561-3584
Type: статьи в журналах
Date: 2017
Description: Mobilization of dissolved organic carbon (DOC) and related trace elements (TEs) from the frozen peat to surface waters in the permafrost zone is expected to enhance under ongoing permafrost thaw and a ... More
Source: Water. 2017. Vol. 9, № 3. P. 228 (1-18)
Type: статьи в журналах
Date: 2017
Description: Despite the importance of thermokarst (thaw) lakes of the subarctic zone in regulating greenhouse gas exchange with the atmosphere and the flux of metal pollutants and micro-nutrients to the ocean, th ... More
Source: Environmental research letters. 2016. Vol. 11. P. 034014 (1-13)
Type: статьи в журналах
Date: 2016
Description: As the permafrost region warms, its large organic carbon pool will be increasingly vulnerable to decomposition, combustion, and hydrologic export. Models predict that some portion of this release will ... More
Source: Journal of hazardous materials. 2016. Vol. 308. P. 343-354
Type: статьи в журналах
Date: 2016
Description: The adsorption of copper on passive biomonitors (devitalized mosses Hypnum sp., Sphagnum denticulatum, Pseudoscleropodium purum and Brachythecium rutabulum) was studied under different experimental co ... More
Source: Geochimica et cosmochimica acta. 2016. Vol. 188. P. 1-20
Type: статьи в журналах
Date: 2016
Description: On-going permafrost thaw in discontinuous permafrost regions produces significant amounts of small permafrost subsidence and depressions, while large lakes are likely to drain into streams and rivers. ... More
Source: Biogeosciences. 2016. Vol. 13, № 6. P. 1877-1900
Type: статьи в журналах
Date: 2016
Description: Towards a better understanding of trace element transport in permafrost-affected Earth surface environments, we sampled ∼ 60 large and small rivers (< 100 to ≤ 150 000 km2 watershed area) of Western S ... More
Source: International journal of environmental studies. 2015. Vol. 72, № 3. P. 557-566
Type: статьи в журналах
Date: 2015
Description: One of the undisputed natural resources of Western Siberia is a countless number of surface waters. They can be found in the form of all sorts of lakes from the smallest thermokarst ones with a surfac ... More
Source: Biogeosciences. 2015. Vol. 12. P. 3009-3028
Type: статьи в журналах
Date: 2015
Description: Despite relatively good knowledge of the biogeochemistry of Siberian thermokarst lakes during summer base flow, their seasonal dynamics remains almost unexplored. This work describes the chemical comp ... More
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