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Prof. Sergey Krivonogov — Institute of Geology and Mineralogy SB RAS

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Name, position in organization Prof. Sergey Krivonogov, Doctor of Sciences, Professor
E-Mail s_krivonogov@mail.ru
Phone +7-9139298840
Fax +7-383-3333414
Web-site http://www.igm.nsc.ru/
Department/Unit Laboratory of GI Technologies and remote sensing
Organization Name Institute of Geology and Mineralogy SB RAS
Organization Type
  • Research Centre
Organization Address 3 Koptyug Ave. 630090 Novosibirsk, Russia
Country
  • RF
Russian Federal District
  • Siberian Federal District
COMPETENCES IN FP7 THEME "ENVIRONMENT (INCLUDING CLIMATE CHANGE)"
Other spheres of competence Comprehensive (not only climatic) paleoenvironmental reconstructions
Short description of the organization/department/research team Institute of Geology and Mineralogy (IGM) of the SB RAS www.igm.nsc.ru , conducts basic and applied research in the field of General Geology, tectonics, Geodynamics, magmo-and rudogeneza, Metallogeny, theoretical and experimental mineralogy. Our research team studies climate change in Late Pleistocene and Holocene from dammed lakes in Central Asia and Siberia.
Publications on the topic
  • Krivonogov S.K., Kuzmin Y.V., Burr G.S., Gusskov S.A., id B Khazin L.B., Zhakov E.Y., Nurgizarinov A.N., Kurmanbaev R.K., Kenshinbay T.I. Environmental changes of the Aral Sea (Central Asia) in the Holocene: major trends. Radiocarbon. Vol 52, Nr 2–3, 2010, p 555–568.
  • Krivonogov S.K., Kuzmin Y.V., Burr G.S. Environmental changes in the Aral Sea region (Central Asia): initial results of a radiocarbon-based study. Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research B. 2010. V. 268. P. 1080-1083.
  • Bezrukova E.V., Tarasov P.E., Solovieva N., Krivonogov S.K., Riedel F. Last glacial–interglacial vegetation and environmental dynamics in southern Siberia: Chronology, forcing and feedbacks. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 2010, 296 ,185–198.
  • Krivonogov S.K., 2009. Extent of the Aral Sea Drop in the Middle Age. Doklady Earth Sciences 428, 1146-1150.
  • Krivonogov S.K., Chemyakina M.A., 2009. From magnetometry to virtual archaeological reconstructions: GIS interpretation of the Cica-1 archaeological monument. Vestnik of the Novosibirsk State University. Series History and Phylology, 8, 3, 28-33.
  • Binney H.A., Willis K.J., Edwards M.E., Bhagwat S.A., Anderson P.M., Andreev A.A., Blaauw M., Damblon F., Haesaerts P., Kienast F., Kremenetski K.V., Krivonogov S.K., Lozhkin A.V., MacDonald G.M., Novenko E.Y., Oksanen P., Sapelko T.V., Liranta M.Va., Vazhenina L., 2009. The distribution of late-Quaternary woody taxa in northern Eurasia: evidence from a new macrofossil database.Quaternary Science Reviews, 28, 2445–2464.
  • Shichi K., Takahara H., Krivonogov S.K., Bezrukova E.V., Kashiwaya K., Takehara A., Nakamura T., 2009. Late Pleistocene and Holocene vegetation and climate records from Lake Kotokel, central Baikal region. Quaternary International, 205, 98–110.
  • Krivonogov S.K., 2006. Late Cenozoic history of the Hovsgol area. In: Goulden, C.E., Sitnikova, T., Gelhaus, J., Boldgiv, B. (Eds.). The Geology, Biodiversity and Ecology of Lake Hovsgol (Mongolia). Backhuys Publishers, The Netherlands, pp. 21-40.
  • Krivonogov S.K., Sheinkman V.S., Mistruykov A.A., 2005. Stages in the development of the Darhad dammed lake (Northern Mongolia) during the Late Pleistocene and Holocene. Quaternary International, 136, 83-94.
  • Krivonogov S. K., Takahara H., Kuzmin Y. V., et al., 2004. Radiocarbon chronology of the Late Pleistocene–Holocene paleogeographic events in Lake Baikal region (Siberia). Radiocarbon, 46 (2): 745-754.
Scientific keywords Late Pleistocene; Environmental changes; Sedimentology; Glaciation; Holocene
Participation in EU Framework Programme project NO
FP7 ENV Projects description
Participation in other European programmes projects YES
EU Programmes Projects description
Holocene climatic variability and evolution of human settlement in the Aral Sea Basin
Participation in relevant Russian projects YES
Russian Projects Description
Glaciers as indicators of desertification processes in Central Asia
Description of other previous and presernational cooperationent experience in International Cooperation
  • 2002–2005, INTAS-Aral Sea project “Holocene climatic variability and evolution of human settlement in the Aral Sea Basin” CLIMAN, no. 1030 (Contractor);
  • 2005-2007, RFBR-JSPS project “Correlation of vegetation and climate records for the Glacial-Interglacial cycles from the Siberian continental interior to the Far East oceanic periphery”, grant no. 05-05-66942 (Leader);
  • 2008-2010, RFBR-CRDF project “Environmental history of the Aral Sea in the last 10,000 years: natural and anthropogenic components”, grant no. RUG1-2921-NO-07 (Leader);
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