Vladimir Mikhailov, D.Sc.
Leading Research Scientist, North-Eastern Permafrost Station
- M.S. (Oceanology), Leningrad State University, 1973
- Ph.D. (Geography), Permafrost Institute SB RAS, 1993. Dissertation: Relationship of the Thermal Regime between River Taliks and Open Streams
- D.Sc. (Geography), Permafrost Institute SB RAS, 2005. Dissertation: Floodplain Taliks in the Russian North-East
- Permafrost and hydrogeology - heat and mass transfer in river valleys
- Geomorphology - morphodynamics of mountain rivers in relation to geological and tectonic factors; effects on permafrost and hydrogeology in river valley
- Member, Dissertation Council D 003.025.0
Field work research experience in the Arctic regions of north-eastern Russia (Magadan Province, Yakutia) – observations of permafrost conditions, cryogenic processes, hydrology, surface heat balance, thermal regime, river water balance, taliks, thermal conditions in dam embankments and foundations.
2002-2003 – Ph.D. research supervisor (Tatyana Bantsekina)