Fedorovv


Alexander Fedorov, Ph.D.


MPI Vice-Director for Science
Leading Research Scientist, Laboratory of Permafrost Landscapes



ORCID: 0000-0002-4016-2149
Web of Science ResearcherID: K-2478-2016
Scopus ID: 22957332600

РИНЦ Author ID (https://elibrary.ru/authors.asp): 61293


Tel.: +7-4112-334856
Email: anfedorov@mpi.ysn.ru


Education

  • M.S. (Physical Geography), Voronezh State University, 1979
  • Ph.D. (Geography), Permafrost Institute, 1990. Dissertation: Permafrost Landscapes of Yakutia: Classification and Mapping


Research Interests

  • Permafrost landscapes: classification and mapping
  • Permafrost landscapes: stability / sensitivity to anthropogenic disturbances and climate change


Current Projects

  • Project Co-Director, SB RAS Basic Research Project IX.127.2.3, 2017-2020: Integrated Studies to Understand the Dynamics of Natural and Human-Affected Landscapes in the East Siberian Permafrost Region
  • Project Director, RFBR Project 18-45-140046, 2018-2020: Development of GIS Models of Permafrost-Landscape Evolution in the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia)
  • Collaborator, Joint Research Program between the Melnikov Permafrost Institute and UMR8148 GEOPS/CNRS Laboratory “GEOSCIENCES PARIS SUD”, Orsay University, France, 2018-2022: High Spatial and Temporal Resolution Study of the Permafrost Degradation and Carbon Release In Central Siberia
  • Co-Investigator: Contract Project, Larionov Institute of Physical and-Technical Problems of the North, Yakutsk, 2018-2020: Investigation of Permafrost Changes and Assessment of Related Hazards on Linear Infrastructure in the Power of Siberia Pipeline Corridor in a Changing Climate (Principal Investigator: Vera Samsonova)


Selected Past Projects

  • Co-Principal Investigator, SECOND YAKUTIA EXPEDITION Project (MPI), 2017: Comprehensive Investigation and Mapping of the State of Permafrost in Yakutia for Elaborating Scientific Guidelines and Technologies for Socio-Economic Development
  • Co-Principal Investigator, Melnikov Permafrost Institute and JAMSTEC Department of Environmental Geochemical Cycle Research Joint Project, 2014-2017: Observational Study of Permafrost, Vegetation, Energy and Water in Eastern Siberia Towards Elucidation of the Impact of Climate Change in the Geochemical Cycle
  • Project Director, SB RAS Basic Research Project VIII.69.2.3, 2013-2016. Multidisciplinary Research on Late Pleistocene and Holocene Evolution of Permafrost Landscapes in East Siberia
  • SB RAS Project VII.63.2.5. Geocryological Hazards in the Russian North-East: Landscape and Hydrogeological Relationships, 2010-2012
  • Collaborative project with the Research Institute for Global Change (Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology). Land Surface Observation of Heat/Water/Vegetation Conditions in Yakutia, 1996-2014
  • Collaborative project with the Research Institute for Humanity and Nature, Kyoto, Japan: Study of forest disturbance and permafrost dynamics in modern climate conditions, 2010-2014
  • Collaborative project with the Research Institute for Humanity and Nature, Kyoto, Japan: Water balance of thermokarst lakes at modern climate changes, 2010-2014
  • RAS Department of Earth Sciences Project 13.3. Marine Effects on Cryogenic Geosystems and Ecosystems along the Lower Reaches of the Major Arctic Rivers. Landscapes of the Middle Lena Valley under Current Permafrost Conditions. Climate Change Effects on the Hydrological Regime of Valley Rivers in the East Siberian Arctic, 2009-2011
  • Collaborative project with UMR 8148 IDES CNRS, Université Paris-Sud, France: Evolution of permafrost landscape on the floodplain of the Lena River near Yakutsk, 2008-2011
  • SB RAS Project 7.10.2.5. Study of the Current State and Trends in Permafrost Landscape Dynamics Due to Changes in Climate, Hydrogeology and Anthropogenic Activity, 2007-2009
  • Collaborative project with the Hokkaido University, RFBR-JSPS Grant 06-05-91563 YF_a: Study on Effect of Large-scale Forest Fires in Boreal Forest on the Carbon Cycle, 2006-2008
  • SB RAS Project 25.1.5. Formation Processes of Permafrost Landscapes and Their Evolution under Anthropogenic Impact and Climate Change, 2004-2006
  • Collaborative project with the Hokkaido University, Japan: Environmental Change and Its Effects on the Global Warming in Siberian Permafrost Region, 1999-2006


Field Work

  • 2014–present, monitoring studies at Neleger, Spasskaya Pad, Yukechi, Kerdyugen, Umaibyt, Syrdakh, Churapcha, Tabaga and Tiksi sites (permafrost and active-layer hydrothermal regimes, thermokarst, surface disturbance)
  • 2012–2014, Landscape investigations, Mus-Khaya Mount, Suntar-Khayata Range
  • 1996–2012, Monitoring of landscape dynamics at Neleger and Spasskaya Pad sites, Central Yakutia 
  • 1992–2012, Thermokarst monitoring studies at the Yukechi research site, 45 km east of Yakutsk 
  • 1990–1991, Permafrost and landscape studies for the proposed Churkuok Power Scheme on the Vilyui River
  • 1989, Permafrost and landscape investigations at the Kerdyugen research site near Yakutsk 
  • 1985, Permafrost and landscape investigations for permafrost landscape mapping of Yakutia at a scale of 1:2,500,000 (Anabar, Bulun, Lower Kolyma, Middle Kolyma, Verkhoyansk, Zhigansk, Kobyai, Vilyuisk, Verkhnevilyuisk, Nyurba, Suntar, Aldan, Neryungri Districts) 
  • 1984, Permafrost and landscape investigations in the lower Markha River area 
  • 1982, Permafrost and terrain studies along the proposed Tommot to Yakutsk railway route 
  • 1981–1982, Landscape mapping, Umaibyt site, Central Yakutia 
  • 1980, Landscape mapping in the Amga valley


Memberships

  • Member, Russian Geographical Society
  • Member, MPI Scientific Council


External Professional Activities (recent)

  • Peer reviewer, Yakutia Office of the Russian Geographical Society Grant Program, 2015–present
  • External evaluation report on the Terpei-Tumus Protected Natural Area project submitted to the Sakha (Yakutia) Ministry of Environmental Protection, 2017
  • MPI Team member, External evaluation report on the proposed petrochemical plant in Yakutia, 2016
  • Working Group member and author of the Sakha (Yakutia) draft bill on protection of permafrost, 2016


Teaching and Supervision Activities

  • 2014–present, Leading Research Scientist, BEST (Biogeoscience Educational and Scientific Training) International Center, North-Eastern Federal University
  • 1985–2007, Lecturer and member of examination and graduate student committees, Yakutsk State University
  • Ph.D. student supervision: 5 completed (A. Gorokhov, V. Samsonova, A. Svinoboev, Y. Torgovkin, and A. Shestakova), 2 current (S. Kalinicheva and N. Basharin)


Visiting Professorships

  • 2016 – Paris-Sud University-11, France
  • 2012-2013 – Research Institute for Humanity and Nature, Kyoto, Japan
  • 2008 – Paris-Sud University-11, France
  • 2006-2007 – Hokkaido University, Japan


Honours and Awards

  • 2016 – Il Tumen Chair Letter of Appreciation
  • 2016 – Russian Academy of Sciences, Yakutsk Scientific Center Chair Letter of Appreciation
  • 2007 – Russian Academy of Sciences Presidium Honorary Diploma
  • 2005 – Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) Parliament Honorary Diploma
  • 2005 – Russian Geographical Society Honorary Diploma


Selected Publications

  • Kalinicheva S.V., Fedorov A.N., Zhelezniak M.N. (2019). Mapping mountain permafrost landscapes in Siberia using Landsat thermal imagery. Geosciences 9(1), 4; https://doi.org/10.3390/geosciences9010004
  • Fedorov A.N., Vasilyev N.F., Torgovkin Y.I., Shestakova A.A., Varlamov S.P., Zheleznyak M.N., Shepelev V.V., Konstantinov P.Y., Kalinicheva S.S., Basharin N.I., Makarov V.S., Ugarov I.S., Efremov P.V., Argunov R.N., Egorova L.S., Samsonova V.V., Shepelev A.G., Vasiliev A.I., Ivanova R.N., Galanin A.A., Lytkin V.M., Kuzmin G.P. and Kunitsky V.V. (2018). Permafrost-Landscape Map of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) on a Scale 1:1,500,000. Geosciences 8(12), 465; https://doi.org/10.3390/geosciences8120465.
  • Gautier, E., Depret, T., Costard, F., Virmoux, C., Fedorov, A., Grancher, D., Konstantinov, P., Brunstein, D. (2018). Going with the flow: Hydrologic response of middle Lena River (Siberia) to the climate variability and change. Journal of Hydrology, 557, pp. 475-488. doi: 10.1016/j.jhydrol.2017.12.034.
  • Gorokhov, A. N. and Fedorov, A. N. (2018). Current trends in climate change in Yakutia. Geography and Natural Resources, 39(2), pp. 153-161. doi: 10.1134/s1875372818020087.
  • Park, H., Launiainen, S., Konstantinov, P. Y., Iijima, Y. and Fedorov, A. N. (2018). Modeling the effect of moss cover on soil temperature and carbon fluxes at a tundra site in northeastern Siberia. Journal of Geophysical Research-Biogeosciences, 123(9), pp. 3028-3044. doi: 10.1029/2018jg004491.
  • Saito, H., Iijima, Y., Basharin, N. I., Fedorov, A. N. and Kunitsky, V. V. (2018). Thermokarst development detected from high-definition topographic data in Central Yakutia. Remote Sensing, 10(10). doi: 10.3390/rs10101579.
  • Shepelev, A., Fedorov, A., Cherepanova, A. (2018). Quantitative and qualitative composition of soil organic matter in samples of ice complex from central Yakutia, Eastern Siberia. Applied and Environmental Soil Science, 2018, art. no. 9302743, DOI: 10.1155/2018/9302743
  • Crate, S.; Ulrich, M.; Habeck, J. O.; Desyatkin, A. R.; Desyatkin, R. V.; Fedorov, A. N.; Hiyama, T.; Iijima, Y.; Ksenofontov, S.; Meszaros, C.; Takakura, H. (2017). Permafrost livelihoods: A transdisciplinary review and analysis of thermokarst-based systems of indigenous land use. Anthropocene, 18: 89-104. DOI: 10.1016/j.ancene.2017.06.001.
  • Fedorov, A. N.; Iwahana, G.; Konstantinov, P. Y.; Machimura, T.; Argunov, R. N.; Efremov, P. V.; Lopez, L. M. C.; Takakai, F. (2017). Variability of permafrost and landscape conditions following clear cutting of larch forest in central Yakutia. Permafrost and Periglacial Processes, 28 (1), 331-338. DOI: 10.1002/ppp.1897.
  • Iijima, Y.; Park, H.; Konstantinov, P. Y.; Pudov, G. G.; Fedorov, A. N. (2017). Active-layer thickness measurements using a handheld penetrometer at boreal and tundra sites in eastern Siberia. Permafrost and Periglacial Processes, 28 (1), 306-313. DOI: 10.1002/ppp.1908 (Q1, IF=2.815)
  • Nitze, I.; Grosse, G.; Jones, B. M.; Arp, C. D.; Ulrich, M.; Fedorov, A.; Veremeeva, A. (2017). Landsat-based trend analysis of lake dynamics across northern permafrost regions. Remote Sensing, 9 (7). DOI: 10.3390/rs9070640.
  • Ulrich, M.; Matthes, H.; Schirrmeister, L.; Schutze, J.; Park, H.; Iijima, Y.; Fedorov, A. N. (2017). Differences in behavior and distribution of permafrost-related lakes in Central Yakutia and their response to climatic drivers. Water Resources Research, 53 (2), 1167-1188. DOI: 10.1002/2016WR019267 .
  • Ulrich, M.; Wetterich, S.; Rudaya, N.; Frolova, L.; Schmidt, J.; Siegert, C.; Fedorov, A. N.; Zielhofer, C. Rapid thermokarst evolution during the mid-Holocene in Central Yakutia, Russia. Holocene 2017, 27 (12), 1899-1913. DOI: 10.1177/0959683617708454
  • Iijima, Y., Nakamura, T., Park, H., Tachibana, Y., Fedorov, A.N. (2016). Enhancement of Arctic storm activity in relation to permafrost degradation in eastern Siberia. International Journal of Climatology 36(13), 4265-4275.
  • Liljedahl A. K., Boike J., Daanen R. P., Fedorov A. N., Frost G. V., Grosse G., Hinzman L. D., Iijma Y., Jorgenson J. C., Matveyeva N., Necsoiu M., Raynolds M. K., Romanovsky V. E., Schulla J., Tape K. D., Walker D. A., Wilson C. J., Yabuki H., Zona D. (2016). Pan-Arctic ice-wedge degradation in warming permafrost and its influence on tundra hydrology. Nature Geoscience 9(4), 312-+.
  • Shirakawa T., Kadota T., Fedorov A., Konstantinov P., Suzuki T., Yabuki H., Nakazawa F., Tanaka S., Miyairi M., Fujisawa Y., Takeuchi N., Kusaka R., Takachashi S., Enomoto H., Ohata T. (2016). Meteorological and glaciological observations at Suntar-Khayata Glacier No. 31, east Siberia, from 2012-2014. Japanese Society of Snow and Ice, Bulletin of Glaciological Research 34, 33-40. Doi: 10.5331/bgr.16R01.
  • Tanaka S., Takeuchi N., Miyairi M., Fujisawa Y., Kadota T., Shirakawa T., Kusaka R., Takahashi S., Enomoto H., Ohata T., Yabuki H., Konya K., Fedorov A., Konstantinov P. (2016). Snow algal communities on glaciers in the Suntar-Khayata Mountain Range in eastern Siberia, Russia. Polar Science 10(3), 227-238.
  • Desyatkin R., Fedorov A., Desyatkin A., Konstantinov P. (2015). Air temperature changes and their impact on permafrost ecosystems in eastern Siberia. Thermal Science, 19: S351-S360.
  • Lopez Caceres, ML; Takakai, F; Iwahana, G; Fedorov, AN; Iijima, Y; Hatano, R; Fukuda, M. (2015). Snowmelt and the hydrological interaction of forest–grassland ecosystems in Central Yakutia, eastern Siberia. Hydrological Processes, 29(14): 3074-3083.
  • Nakazawa, F; Uchida, M; Kondo, M; Kadota, T; Shirakawa, T; Enomoto, H; Fedorov, AN; Fujisawa, Y; Konstantinov, PY; Kusaka, R. (2015). Radiocarbon ages of insects and plants frozen in the No. 31 Glacier, Suntar-Khayata Range, eastern Siberia. Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section B: Beam Interactions with Materials and Atoms, 361: 574-579.
  • Park, Hotaek; Fedorov, Alexander N; Zheleznyak, Mikhail N; Konstantinov, Pavel Y; Walsh, John E. (2015). Effect of snow cover on pan-Arctic permafrost thermal regimes. Climate Dynamics, 44: 2873-2895.
  • Séjourné, A; Costard, F; Fedorov, A; Gargani, J; Skorve, J; Massé, M; Mège, D. (2015). Evolution of the banks of thermokarst lakes in Central Yakutia (Central Siberia) due to retrogressive thaw slump activity controlled by insolation. Geomorphology, 241: 31-40.
  • Costard F., Gautier E., Fedorov A., Konstantinov P., Dupeyrat L. 2014. An assessment of the erosion potential of the fluvial thermal process during ice breakups of the Lena River (Siberia). Permafrost and Periglacial Processes, 25(3): 162-171. doi: 10.1002/ppp.1812.
  • Fedorov A. N., Gavriliev P. P., Konstantinov P. Y., Hiyama T., Iijima Y., Iwahana G.2014. Estimating the water balance of a thermokarst lake in the middle of the Lena River basin, eastern Siberia. Ecohydrology, 7(2): 188-196. doi: 10.1002/eco.1378.
  • Galanin A.A., Lytkin V.M., Fedorov A.N., Kadota T. 2014. Age and extent of the last glacial maximum on the Suntar-Khayata Ringe based on lichenometry and Schmidt Hammer Test. Kriosfera Zemli XVIII(2): 64–74. http://www.izdatgeo.ru/pdf/earth_cryo/2014-2/64_eng.pdf
  • Fedorov A. N., Ivanova R. N., Park H., Hiyama T., Iijima, Y. 2014. Recent air temperature changes in the permafrost landscapes of northeastern Eurasia. Polar Science, 8(2):114-128. doi: 10.1016/j.polar.2014.02.001.
  • Iijima Y., Ohta T., Kotani A., Fedorov A. N., Kodama Y., Maximov T. C. 2014. Sap flow changes in relation to permafrost degradation under increasing precipitation in an eastern Siberian larch forest. Ecohydrology, 7(2): 177-187. doi: 10.1002/eco.1366.
  • Konstantinov P.Ya., Fedorov A.N., Ugarov I.S., Argunov R.N., Susdalov D.A., Iijima Y. 2014. Results of investigations on interannual variability of seasonal thaw depth in the vicinity of Yakutsk. Kriosfera Zemli XVIII(4): 20–28. http://www.izdatgeo.ru/pdf/earth_cryo/2014-4/20_eng.pdf
  • Iwahana G., Takano S., Petrov R. E., Tei S., Shingubara R., Maximov T. C., Fedorov A. N., Desyatkin A. R., Nikolaev A. N., Desyatkin R. V., Sugimoto A. 2014. Geocryological characteristics of the upper permafrost in a tundra-forest transition of the Indigirka River Valley, Russia. Polar Science, 8(2): 96-113. doi: 10.1016/j.polar.2014.01.005.
  • Park H., Fedorov A.N., Zheleznyak M.N., Konstantinov P.Y., Walsh J.E. 2014. Effect of snow cover on pan-Arctic permafrost thermal regimes. Climate Dynamics. doi:10.1007/s00382-014-2356-5.
  • Park H., Sherstiukov A. B., Fedorov A. N., Polyakov I. V., Walsh, J. E. 2014. An observation-based assessment of the influences of air temperature and snow depth on soil temperature in Russia. Environmental Research Letters, 9(6). doi: 10.1088/1748­9326/9/6/064026.
  • Beer C., Fedorov A.N., and Torgovkin Y. (2013). Permafrost temperature and active-layer thickness of Yakutia with 0.5-degree spatial resolution for model evaluation. Earth Syst. Sci. Data, 5, 305–310.
  • Crate S.A. and Fedorov A.N. (2013). A methodological model for exchanging local and scientific climate change knowledge in northeastern Siberia. Arctic 66(3), 338-350.
  • Park H., Walsh J., Fedorov A.N., Sherstiukov A.B., Iijima Y., and Ohata T. (2013). The influence of climate and hydrological variables on opposite anomaly in active-layer thickness between Eurasian and North American watersheds. The Cryosphere, 7, 631-645.
  • Iijima Y., Fedorov A.N., Ohta T., Kotani A., Maximov T.C. (2012). Recent Hydrological and Ecological Changes in Relation to Permafrost Degradation under Increased Precipitation in an Eastern Siberian Boreal Forest // Tenth International Conference on Permafrost. Volume 1: International Contributions / Edited by Kenneth M. Hinkel. – Salekhard: The Northern Publisher. – Pp.161-166.
  • Fedorov A.N., Gavriliev P.P., Konstantinov P.Ya., Hiyama T., Iijima Y., Iwahana G. (2012). Contribution of thawing permafrost and ground ice to the water balance of young thermokarst lakes in central Yakutia // Tenth International Conference on Permafrost. Volume 2: Translations of Russian Contributions / Edited by Academician Vladimir P. Melnikov and Co-Editors Dmitry S. Drozdov and Vladimir E. Romanovsky. – Salekhard: The Northern Publisher. – Pp.75-80.
  • Konstantinov P.Ya., Fedorov A.N., Ugarov I.S., Argunov R.N., Iijima Y. (2012).The use of sites with a dense network of thaw tubes to monitor the thickness of the seasonally thawed layer in Central Yakutia // Tenth International Conference on Permafrost. Volume 2: Translations of Russian Contributions / Edited by Academician Vladimir P. Melnikov and Co-Editors Dmitry S. Drozdov and Vladimir E. Romanovsky. – Salekhard: The Northern Publisher. – Pp.185-188.
  • Ulrich M., Siegert C., Schirrmeister L., Fedorov A.N., Zielhofer C. (2012). Permafrost degradation and climate-related thermokarst dynamics in populated Central Yakutia, Eastern Siberia // Tenth International Conference on Permafrost. Resources and Risks of Permafrost Areas in a Changing World. Volume 4 (Extended Abstracts). – Tyumen: Tyumen State Oil and Gas University and Ekaterinburg: The Fort Dialog-Iset Publisher, 2012. – Pp. 602-603.
  • Dupeyrat L., Costard F., Randriamazaoro R., Gailhardis E., Gautier E. and Fedorov A. (2011). Effects of ice content on the thermal erosion of permafrost: Implications for coastal and fluvial erosion. Permafrost and Periglac. Process., 22, 2, 179–187.
  • Sejourne, A., Costard F., Gargani J., Soare R.J., Fedorov A., Marmo C. (2011). Scalloped depressions and small-sized polygons in western Utopia Planitia, Mars: A new formation hypothesis. Planet. Space Sci., 59, 5-6,412-422.
  • Lopez C.M.L., Hatano R., Guggenberger G., Ohta T., Gerasimov E. and Fedorov A.N. (2011). Forest Fires Effects on Carbon Stocks and Soil Chemistry in Central Yakutia, Eastern Siberia. Eurasian J. For. Res. 15-1: 9-17.
  • Iijima Y., Fedorov A.N., Park H. et al. (2010) Abrupt increases in soil temperatures following increased precipitation in a permafrost region, central Lena River Basin, Russia. Permafrost and Periglac. Process. 21: 30–41 (2010).
  • Fedorov A.N., Konstantinov P.Ya. (2009). Response of permafrost landscapes of Central Yakutia to current changes of climate, and anthropogenic impacts // Geography and Natural Resources, Vol.30, Issue 2, 146-150.
  • Takakai F., Desyatkin A.R., Lopez C.M.L., Fedorov A.N., Desyatkin R.V., Hatano R. (2008). CH4 and N2O emissions from a forest-alas ecosystem in the permafrost taiga forest region, eastern Siberia, Russia // Journal of Geophysical Research, V.113, G02002, doi:10.1029/2007JG000521.
  • Takakai F., Desyatkin A.R., Lopez C. M. L., Fedorov A.N., Desyatkin R.V. and Hatano R. (2008). Influence of forest disturbance on CO2, CH4 and N2O fluxes from larch forest soil in the permafrost taiga region of eastern Siberia // Soil Science and Plant Nutrition, 54, 938–949.
  • Fedorov A.N., Konstantinov P.Y. (2008). Recent changes in ground temperature and the effect on permafrost landscapes in central Yakutia // Ninth International Conference on Permafrost. Volume 1. – Fairbanks: Institute of Northern Engineering & University of Alaska, 2008. – Pp.433-438.
  • Desyatkin R.V., Goryachkin S.V., Konyushkov D.E., Fedorov A.N. et al. (2013). Diversity of soil of cold ultra-continental climate: Guidebook-monograph for the «Mammoth» Ultra-Continental WRB Field Workshop, Sakha (Yakutia), August 17-23, 2013. Moscow-Yakutsk, 95 pp.
  • Босиков Н.П., Васильев И.С., Федоров А.Н. Мерзлотные ландшафты зоны освоения Лено-Алданского междуречья.– Якутск: Институт мерзлотоведения АН СССР, 1985. – 124 с. [Bosikov, N.P., Vasiliev, I.S., Fedorov, A.N. Permafrost Landscapes in the Developmental Zone of the Lena-Aldan Watershed. Якутск: ИМЗ СО АН СССР, 1985. – 124 pp.]
  • Мерзлотные ландшафты Якутии (Пояснительная записка к Мерзлотно-ландшафтной карте Якутской АССР масштаба 1:2 500 000) / Федоров А.Н., Ботулу Т.А., Варламов С.П. и др. - Новосибирск: ГУГК, 1989. - 170 с. [Fedorov, A.N., Botulu, T.A., Vasiliev, I.S. et al. Permafrost Landscapes in Yakutia. Explanation Note to The Permafrost-Landscape Map of the Yakutian ASSR at a 1: 2,500,000 Scale. Новосибирск: ГУГК, 1989. – 170 pp.]
  • Федоров А.Н. Мерзлотные ландшафты Якутии: методика выделения и вопросы картографирования. - Якутск, 1991. - 140 с. [Fedorov, A.N. Permafrost Landscapes in Yakutia: Identification and Mapping. Якутск: ИМЗ СО РАН, 1991. – 140 pp.]
  • Гаврилова М.К., Босиков Н.П., Федоров А.Н. и др. Влияние климата на развитие мерзлотных ландшафтов Центральной Якутии. – Якутск: ИМЗ СО РАН, 1996. – 152 с. [Gavrilova, M.K., Bosikov, N.P., Fedorov, A.N. et al. Influence of Climate on Permafrost Landscapes in Central Yakutia. Якутск: ИМЗ СО РАН, 1996. – 152 pp.]
  • Горохов А.Н., Саввинов Д.Д., Федоров А.Н. Ландшафтно-экологический анализ бассейна р. Амги. – Якутск: ИМЗ СО РАН, 2000. – 109 с. [Gorokhov, A.N., Savvinov, D.D., Fedorov, A.N. Landscape and Ecological Analysis of the Amga Watershed. Якутск: ИМЗ СО РАН, 2000. – 109 pp.]
  • «Спасская Падь»: комплексные исследования мерзлотных ландшафтов / Федоров А.Н., Максимов Т.Х., Гаврильев П.П. и др. – Якутск: Изд-во Института мерзлотоведения СО РАН, 2006. – 210 с. [Fedorov, A.N., Maximov, T.Ch., Gavriliev, P.P. et al. Spasskaya Pad: Integrated Investigations of the Permafrost Landscapes. Якутск: Изд-во ИМЗ СО РАН, 2006. – 210 pp.]
  • Теплообмен в мерзлотных ландшафтах Восточной Сибири и его факторы / Отв. Ред. А.Г.Георгиади и А.Н.Золотокрылин. – Москва–Тверь: ООО «Издательство «Триада», 2007. – 576 с. [Argunov, R.N., Vasiliev, I.S., Gavriliev, P.P., Fedorov, A.N., Shepelev, V.V., Georgiadi, A.G. et al. Heat Exchange in Permafrost Landscapes and Its Controls, East Siberia. Москва – Тверь: ООО «Издательство “Триада”», 2007. – 576 pp.]
  • Мерзлотно-ландшафтная карта Якутской АССР. Масштаб 1: 2 500 000 / Гл. ред. П.И.Мельников. - М.: ГУГК, 1991. - 2 л. [Permafrost-Landscape Map of the Yakutian ASSR, scale 1: 2,500,000. Compiled by A.N. Fedorov, T.A. Botulu, I.S. Vasiliev, S.P. Varlamov, S.P. Gribanova, and I.V. Dorofeev. Москва: Госгеодезия, 1991. – 2 sheets]