His main research concerns Climate change, Ecology, Physical geography, Dendrochronology and Forest ecology. Alexander V. Kirdyanov has included themes like Northern Hemisphere and Taiga in his Climate change study. Alexander V. Kirdyanov combines subjects such as Volcano and Period with his study of Physical geography.
His Volcano study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Steppe, Antique and Roman Empire. His Dendrochronology research includes elements of Climatology, Atmospheric sciences and Precipitation. His work deals with themes such as Snow, Permafrost and Subarctic climate, which intersect with Precipitation.
His primary areas of study are Physical geography, Larch, Dendrochronology, Ecology and Permafrost. His Physical geography research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Volcano, Driftwood, Climate change, Dendroclimatology and Taiga. His Volcano research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Sunshine duration, Antique and Northern Hemisphere.
His Larch study incorporates themes from δ13C and Growing season. His Dendrochronology research also works with subjects such as
His primary scientific interests are in Physical geography, Climate change, Dendroclimatology, Taiga and Dendrochronology. His research integrates issues of Volcano, River catchment and Proxy in his study of Physical geography. Alexander V. Kirdyanov interconnects Ecotone, Ecosystem and Growing season in the investigation of issues within Climate change.
His Dendroclimatology study combines topics in areas such as Antique and Northern Hemisphere. His Taiga research incorporates elements of Permafrost, Permafrost Zone, Earth science and Arctic. His study looks at the relationship between Dendrochronology and topics such as Xylem, which overlap with Atmospheric sciences.
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Influence of snowfall and melt timing on tree growth in subarctic Eurasia
E. A. Vaganov;M. K. Hughes;A. V. Kirdyanov;F. H. Schweingruber.
Cooling and societal change during the Late Antique Little Ice Age from 536 to around 660 AD
Ulf Büntgen;Vladimir S. Myglan;Frederik Chaprentier Ljungqvist;Michael McCormick.
Nature Geoscience (2016)
The importance of early summer temperature and date of snow melt for tree growth in the Siberian Subarctic
Alexander Kirdyanov;Malcolm Hughes;Eugene Vaganov;Fritz Schweingruber.
Trees-structure and Function (2003)
Woody biomass production lags stem-girth increase by over one month in coniferous forests
Henri E. Cuny;Henri E. Cuny;Cyrille B. K. Rathgeber;Cyrille B. K. Rathgeber;David Frank;Patrick Fonti.
Nature plants (2015)
Tree rings and volcanic cooling
Kevin J. Anchukaitis;Kevin J. Anchukaitis;Petra Breitenmoser;Keith R. Briffa;Agata Buchwal.
Nature Geoscience (2012)
Revising midlatitude summer temperatures back to A.D. 600 based on a wood density network
Lea Schneider;Jason E. Smerdon;Ulf Büntgen;Rob J. S. Wilson;Rob J. S. Wilson.
Geophysical Research Letters (2015)
Trends and uncertainties in Siberian indicators of 20th century warming
Jan Esper;David Frank;Ulf Büntgen;Anne Verstege.
Global Change Biology (2010)
Forests synchronize their growth in contrasting Eurasian regions in response to climate warming
Tatiana A. Shestakova;Emilia Gutiérrez;Alexander V. Kirdyanov;Alexander V. Kirdyanov;Jesús Julio Camarero.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2016)
Reassessing the evidence for tree-growth and inferred temperature change during the Common Era in Yamalia, northwest Siberia
Keith R. Briffa;Thomas M. Melvin;Timothy J. Osborn;Rashit M. Hantemirov.
Quaternary Science Reviews (2013)
Climate signals in tree-ring width, density and δ13C from larches in Eastern Siberia (Russia)
Alexander V. Kirdyanov;Kerstin S. Treydte;Anatolii Nikolaev;Gerhard Helle.
Chemical Geology (2008)
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