Her primary areas of study are Hydrology, Total organic carbon, Environmental chemistry, Thermokarst and Inorganic chemistry. Her Permafrost research extends to the thematically linked field of Hydrology. The Total organic carbon study combines topics in areas such as Geochemistry, Trace element and Spring.
Her work carried out in the field of Environmental chemistry brings together such families of science as Mineralogy, Microbiologically induced calcite precipitation and Anoxygenic photosynthesis. She interconnects Dissolved organic carbon, Biogeochemical cycle and Biogeochemistry in the investigation of issues within Thermokarst. Her work on Titration as part of general Inorganic chemistry research is often related to Ionic strength, thus linking different fields of science.
Liudmila S. Shirokova mainly focuses on Environmental chemistry, Permafrost, Total organic carbon, Dissolved organic carbon and Hydrology. Her research in Environmental chemistry intersects with topics in Trace element, Total inorganic carbon, Water column, Heterotroph and Nutrient. Her Permafrost research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Peat, Soil water, Global warming and Palsa.
Her Total organic carbon research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Estuary, Organic matter and Surface water. Her work focuses on many connections between Dissolved organic carbon and other disciplines, such as Aquatic ecosystem, that overlap with her field of interest in Groundwater. Her study in the field of Surface runoff is also linked to topics like Chemical composition, Baseflow and Precipitation.
Liudmila S. Shirokova mainly investigates Permafrost, Peat, Environmental chemistry, Thermokarst and Total organic carbon. Liudmila S. Shirokova combines subjects such as Global warming, Trace element and Ecosystem with her study of Permafrost. Her research integrates issues of Dissolved organic carbon and Biodegradation in her study of Peat.
Her studies deal with areas such as Organic matter and Aquatic ecosystem as well as Dissolved organic carbon. Her Environmental chemistry study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Microbial consortium, Carbonate minerals, Total inorganic carbon and Olivine. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Nutrient and Arctic.
Liudmila S. Shirokova mostly deals with Biogeochemical cycle, Tundra, Thermokarst, Environmental chemistry and Permafrost. Her study in Tundra is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Global warming, Subarctic climate, Earth science and Greenhouse gas. Her Environmental chemistry research focuses on Total organic carbon, Dissolved organic carbon and Aquatic ecosystem.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Trace element, Nutrient and Arctic in addition to Total organic carbon. Her Dissolved organic carbon research includes themes of Peat, Heterotroph, Biodegradation and Groundwater. Her Permafrost research incorporates themes from Climate change and Atmospheric sciences.
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Dissolved, suspended, and colloidal fluxes of organic carbon, major and trace elements in the Severnaya Dvina River and its tributary
O.S. Pokrovsky;J. Viers;L.S. Shirokova;V.P. Shevchenko.
Chemical Geology (2010)
Effect of permafrost thawing on organic carbon and trace element colloidal speciation in the thermokarst lakes of western Siberia
O. S. Pokrovsky;L. S. Shirokova;S. N. Kirpotin;S. Audry.
Biogeochemistry of organic carbon, CO2, CH4, and trace elements in thermokarst water bodies in discontinuous permafrost zones of Western Siberia
L. S. Shirokova;L. S. Shirokova;O. S. Pokrovsky;O. S. Pokrovsky;S. N. Kirpotin;C. Desmukh.
Adsorption of copper on Pseudomonas aureofaciens: Protective role of surface exopolysaccharides
A.G. González;L.S. Shirokova;L.S. Shirokova;O.S. Pokrovsky;E.E. Emnova.
joint international conference on information sciences (2010)
Magnesium isotope fractionation during hydrous magnesium carbonate precipitation with and without cyanobacteria
Vasileios Mavromatis;Christopher R. Pearce;Liudmila S. Shirokova;Liudmila S. Shirokova;Irina A. Bundeleva.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (2012)
Using Mg Isotopes to Trace Cyanobacterially Mediated Magnesium Carbonate Precipitation in Alkaline Lakes
Liudmila S. Shirokova;Liudmila S. Shirokova;Vasileios Mavromatis;Irina A. Bundeleva;Irina A. Bundeleva;Oleg S. Pokrovsky;Oleg S. Pokrovsky.
Aquatic Geochemistry (2013)
Calcium carbonate precipitation by anoxygenic phototrophic bacteria
Irina A. Bundeleva;Liudmila S. Shirokova;Pascale Bénézeth;Oleg S. Pokrovsky.
Chemical Geology (2012)
Seasonal dynamics of organic carbon and metals in thermokarst lakes from the discontinuous permafrost zone of western Siberia
R. M. Manasypov;S. N. Vorobyev;S. V. Loiko;I. V. Kritzkov.
Permafrost coverage, watershed area and season control of dissolved carbon and major elements in western Siberian rivers
O. S. Pokrovsky;R. M. Manasypov;S. Loiko;L. S. Shirokova.
Organic and organo-mineral colloids in discontinuous permafrost zone
Oleg S. Pokrovsky;Rinat M. Manasypov;Sergey V. Loiko;Liudmila S. Shirokova.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (2016)
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