His primary areas of investigation include Permafrost, Climate change, Arctic, Climatology and Physical geography. His Permafrost research includes elements of Hydrology, Atmospheric sciences and Permafrost carbon cycle. Vladimir E. Romanovsky interconnects Biocomplexity, Soil carbon, Ecosystem and Greenhouse gas in the investigation of issues within Climate change.
The Arctic study combines topics in areas such as Snow, Peat, Frost boil and Atmospheric temperature. His Northern Hemisphere study in the realm of Climatology connects with subjects such as Freezing point. Vladimir E. Romanovsky combines subjects such as Coastal plain, Transect and Ground surface temperature, Borehole with his study of Physical geography.
Vladimir E. Romanovsky mainly investigates Permafrost, Arctic, Physical geography, Climatology and Climate change. His specific area of interest is Permafrost, where he studies Thermokarst. His Arctic study combines topics in areas such as Soil water, Atmospheric sciences, Vegetation and Sea ice.
His Physical geography research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Transect, Subarctic climate, Peninsula and The arctic. His research in Climatology intersects with topics in Climate model, Precipitation and Borehole. His Climate change research incorporates themes from Soil carbon, Ecosystem and Greenhouse gas.
His primary scientific interests are in Permafrost, Physical geography, Arctic, Climate change and Tundra. His Permafrost research integrates issues from Climatology, Earth science, Cryosphere, Atmospheric sciences and Snow. His work on Sea level as part of general Physical geography study is frequently linked to Distribution, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science.
His research integrates issues of Peat, Soil science, Permafrost carbon cycle and Built environment in his study of Arctic. His work on Global warming as part of general Climate change research is frequently linked to Ground temperature, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Soil water, Transect, Vegetation, Normalized Difference Vegetation Index and Water content.
Vladimir E. Romanovsky mainly focuses on Permafrost, Climate change, Arctic, Physical geography and Atmospheric sciences. His Permafrost research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Climatology, Permafrost degradation, Tundra, Snow and Qinghai tibet plateau. The concepts of his Climate change study are interwoven with issues in Soil carbon, Northern Hemisphere, Carbon cycle and Water cycle.
His studies in Arctic integrate themes in fields like Glacier, Wetland and Permafrost carbon cycle. His studies deal with areas such as Storm, Sea ice, Satellite imagery and Extreme weather as well as Physical geography. His Atmospheric sciences research includes elements of Biogeochemical cycle, Spatial variability, Land cover, Peat and Vegetation.
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OBSERVATIONAL EVIDENCE OF RECENT CHANGE IN THE NORTHERN HIGH-LATITUDE ENVIRONMENT
M. C. Serreze;J. E. Walsh;F. S. Chapin;T. Osterkamp.
Climatic Change (2000)
Climate change and the permafrost carbon feedback
E. A. G. Schuur;A. D. McGuire;C. Schädel;C. Schädel;Guido Grosse.
Vulnerability of Permafrost Carbon to Climate Change: Implications for the Global Carbon Cycle
Edward A. G. Schuur;James Bockheim;Josep G. Canadell;Eugenie Euskirchen.
Evidence and implications of recent climate change in northern Alaska and other arctic regions.
Larry D. Hinzman;Neil D. Bettez;W. Robert Bolton;F. Stuart Chapin.
Climatic Change (2005)
Permafrost thermal state in the polar Northern Hemisphere during the international polar year 2007–2009: a synthesis
Vladimir E. Romanovsky;Sharon L. Smith;Hanne H. Christiansen.
Permafrost and Periglacial Processes (2010)
Winter Biological Processes Could Help Convert Arctic Tundra to Shrubland
Matthew Sturm;Josh Schimel;Gary Michaelson;Jeffrey M. Welker.
Permafrost is warming at a global scale
Boris K. Biskaborn;Sharon L. Smith;Jeannette Noetzli;Heidrun Matthes.
Nature Communications (2019)
Evidence for warming and thawing of discontinuous permafrost in Alaska
T. E. Osterkamp;V. E. Romanovsky.
Permafrost and Periglacial Processes (1999)
Thermal state of permafrost in Russia
V. E. Romanovsky;D. S. Drozdov;N. G. Oberman;G. V. Malkova.
Permafrost and Periglacial Processes (2010)
Pan-Arctic ice-wedge degradation in warming permafrost and its influence on tundra hydrology
Anna K. Liljedahl;Julia Boike;Ronald P. Daanen;Alexander N. Fedorov.
Nature Geoscience (2016)
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