Электронная библиотека (репозиторий) Томского государственного университета
Kirpotin, Sergey N.

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Source: Water. 2023. Vol. 15, № 17. P. 3056 (1-26)
Type: статьи в журналах
Date: 2023
Description: This modeling study intended to solve a part of the global scientific problem related to increased concentrations of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere via emissions from terrestrial ecosystems that, al ... More
Source: Atmosphere. 2022. Vol. 13, № 12. P. 2053 (1-18)
Type: статьи в журналах
Date: 2022
Description: The peatlands of Western Siberia occupy an area of about 1 million km2 and act as important regulator of carbon exchange between the earth and the atmosphere. Extrapolation of the results of discrete ... More
Source: Climate of the past. 2022. Vol. 18, № 6. P. 1255-1274
Type: статьи в журналах
Date: 2022
Description: Wildfire is the most common disturbance type in boreal forests and can trigger significant changes in forest composition. Waterlogging in peatlands determines the degree of tree cover and the depth of ... More
Source: Atmosphere. 2022. Vol. 13, № 1. P. 32 (1-27)
Type: статьи в журналах
Date: 2022
Description: In contrast to the well-studied West Siberian sector of frozen bogs in the Russian Arctic, the frozen mound bogs (so-called “palsas”) on the highlands of Southern Siberia have not yet been studied, bu ... More
Source: Science of the total environment. 2021. Vol. 763. P. 144201 (1-14)
Type: статьи в журналах
Date: 2021
Description: The chemical composition of thermokarst lake ecosystem components is a crucial indicator of current climate change and permafrost thaw. Despite high importance of macrophytes in shallow permafrost tha ... More
Source: Ambio. 2021. Vol. 50, № 11. P. 2038-2049
Type: статьи в журналах
Date: 2021
Description: Peatlands cover 3% of the land, occur in 169 countries, and have—by sequestering 600 Gt of carbon—cooled the global climate by 0.6 °C. After a general review about peatlands worldwide, this paper desc ... More
Source: Frontiers in Earth Science. 2021. Vol. 9. P. 651731 (1-14)
Type: статьи в журналах
Date: 2021
Description: Arctic sea-ice loss is emblematic of an amplified Arctic water cycle and has critical feedback implications for global climate. Stable isotopes (δ18O, δ2H, d-excess) are valuable tracers for constrain ... More
Source: Ambio. 2021. Vol. 50, № 11. P. 1926-1952
Type: статьи в журналах
Date: 2021
Description: Biological diversity is the basis for, and an indicator of biosphere integrity. Together with climate change, its loss is one of the two most important planetary boundaries. A halt in biodiversity los ... More
Source: Water. 2021. Vol. 13, № 22. P. 3189 (1-21)
Type: статьи в журналах
Date: 2021
Description: In order to foresee possible changes in the elementary composition of Arctic river waters, complex studies with extensive spatial coverage, including gradients in climate and landscape parameters, are ... More
Source: Ambio. 2021. Vol. 50, № 11. P. 2104-2127
Type: статьи в журналах
Date: 2021
Description: A recent multidisciplinary compilation of studies on changes in the Siberian environment details how climate is changing faster than most places on Earth with exceptional warming in the north and incr ... More
Source: IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science. 2019. Vol. 232. P. 012015 (1-7)
Type: статьи в журналах
Date: 2019
Description: The paper presents the results of the multidisciplinary experimental investigation of the soils in the sporadic permafrost Northern-taiga subzone (Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug, Western Siberia) base ... 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: 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: 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
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