Электронная библиотека (репозиторий) Томского государственного университета
Loiko, Sergey V.

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Source: Environmental science and pollution research. 2023. Vol. 30, № 1. P. 823-836
Type: статьи в журналах
Date: 2023
Description: To better understand freezing - thawing cycles operating in peat soils of permafrost landscapes, we experimentally modelled bi-directional freezing and thawing of peat collected from a discontinuous p ... More
Source: Eurasian soil science. 2022. Vol. 55, № 2. P. 154-168
Type: статьи в журналах
Date: 2022
Description: A middle-taiga iron-illuvial podzol (Glossic Endogleyic Albic Podzol) was studied on an ancient eolian dune in the Bol’shoi Yugan River basin (the Ob’ River tributary, Surgut region), near the large-s ... More
Source: Environmental sciences: Processes and impacts. 2022. Vol. 24, № 9. P. 1443-1459
Type: статьи в журналах
Date: 2022
Description: The fate of organic carbon (OC), nutrients and metals accumulated in thawing permafrost ice is at the forefront of environmental studies in the Arctic. In contrast to a fairly good understanding of th ... More
Source: Diversity. 2021. Vol. 13, № 7. P. 328 (1-27)
Type: статьи в журналах
Date: 2021
Description: Permafrost peatlands, containing a sizable amount of soil organic carbon (OC), play a pivotal role in soil (peat) OC transformation into soluble and volatile forms and greatly contribute to overall na ... More
Source: Geoderma. 2021. Vol. 390. P. 114971 (1-11)
Type: статьи в журналах
Date: 2021
Description: The majority of organic carbon (OC), nutrients, and dissolved trace elements in soil porewaters are present in the form of colloids which determine element transport, bioavailability, and overall impa ... More
Source: Agronomy. 2021. Vol. 11, № 10. P. 1998 (1-15)
Type: статьи в журналах
Date: 2021
Description: The soils of Chernevaya taiga (tallgrass fir-aspen hemiboreal rainforest) have high fertility in comparison with oligotrophic analogs formed in boreal taiga. We have studied humic acids isolated from ... More
Source: EGU General Assembly 2021, online, 19–30 Apr 2021 [Electronic resource]. [S. l.], 2021. P. EGU21-16454 [1-2]
Type: статьи в сборниках
Date: 2021
Source: Soil science annual. 2021. Vol. 72, № 3. P. 141621 (1-12)
Type: статьи в журналах
Date: 2021
Description: Numerous experiments with nanoparticles have recently led to a better understanding of the migration of colloids and larger particles in soils. However, it remains unclear how colloidal particles migr ... More
Source: Science of the total environment. 2021. Vol. 782. P. 146737 (1-14)
Type: статьи в журналах
Date: 2021
Description: Permafrost thaw in continental lowlands produces large number of thermokarst (thaw) lakes, which act as a major regulator of carbon (C) storage in sediments and C emission in the atmosphere. Here we s ... More
Source: Scientific Reports [Еlectronic resource]. 2021. Vol. 11. P. 18878 (1-14)
Type: статьи в журналах
Date: 2021
Description: The concentrations of 15 individual PAHs in 93 peat cores have been determined by using high-performance liquid chromatography methods. In the profile the qualitative and quantitative composition of P ... More
Source: Geoderma. 2021. Vol. 409. P. 115601 (1-12)
Type: статьи в журналах
Date: 2021
Description: In contrast to good knowledge of dissolved organic matter (DOM) adsorption on mineral soils in temperate climate, the behavior of DOM in frozen mineral horizons located under peat soils of permafrost- ... 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
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