Makarov V


Vladimir Makarov, D.Sc., Prof.


Principal Research Scientist
Laboratory of Permafrost Groundwater and Geochemistry

 





Tel.: (4112) 390-826

Email: makarov@mpi.ysn.ru


Education

  • M.S. (Hydrogeology), Leningrad State University, 1959
  • Ph.D. (Geology and Mineralogy), Institute of Mineralogy, Geochemistry and Crystal Chemistry of Rare Elements, Moscow (IMGRE), 1980. Dissertation: Hydrogeochemical Haloes of Gold Deposits in Eastern Yakutia and Their Usability in Exploration
  • D.Sc. (Geology and Mineralogy), Permafrost Institute, Yakutsk, 1991. Dissertation: Geochemical Fields in Permafrost


Research Interests

  • Geochemical investigations of natural waters, soils and rocks
  • Geochemical exploration of mineral deposits
  • Geochemical monitoring
  • Environmental geochemistry


Memberships

  • Member, Dissertation Council D 003.025.01
  • Member, United Scientific Council on Earth Sciences, SB RAS, 2000-2010


Current Projects

  • Principal Investigator, 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 – Block 3. Geochemical Fields in Permafrost Landscapes: Formation, Distribution and Application
  • Principal Investigator, Monitoring of Acid Deposition (Contract Project, Republic of Sakha Ministry of Environmental Protection)


Selected Past Projects

  • 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. Block 3. Geochemical Fields in Permafrost Landscapes: Formation, Distribution and Application (Principal Investigator)
  • Core Project VII.63.2.3, 2010-2012. Geothermophysical and Geochemical Fields in North Asian Permafrost: Dynamics and Prediction of Future Changes. Part 4. Geochemical Processes in the Atmosphere-Surface System
  • Contract with Yakutskenrgo Co. # 32/11. Reconstruction of the Temperature Monitoring Network of Boreholes at the Yakutsk Co-generation Plant
  • Collaborative Project with the Northern Hemisphere Cryosphere Program in Research Institute for Global Change of Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology (NHCP/RIGC/JAMSTEC), 2010-2012. Snow Survey in Siberia (Yakutsk to Oymyakon)
  • Northern Forum Project, Environmental Research and Monitoring of the Atmosphere and Oceans. Sub-Project, Acid Rain


Selected Publications

  • Makarov V.N. (2019). Assessing air quality deterioration by snowcover redox potential. Yakut Medical Journal 1(65): 67-70. DOI 10.25789/YMJ.2019.65.21
  • Torgovkin N., Maksimov G.T., Makarov V.N., Pavlova N.A. (2019). Hydrochemical features of the northern coast of the Kotelniy Island. In: Solving the Puzzles from Cryosphere, Int. Conf., Pushchino, Russia, April 15-18, 2019, Program and Abstracts, p. 66-67.
  • Makarov V. N. (2018). Ions of organic carboxylic acids (formic, acetic, and oxalic) in the snow cover of permafrost landscapes of boreal Eastern Siberia. Geochemistry International, 56(6), pp. 608-615. doi: 10.1134/s0016702918060083.
  • Makarov V.N. (2018). The density and temperature of the snow cover in the high continental boreal regions of Eastern Siberia. Science Almanac 7-1(45): 246-249. DOI: 10.17117/ na.2018.07.01
  • Makarov V.N. (2018). Tritium in snowpack in Eastern Siberia. In: Marija Jankovic (ed.). Tritium: Advances in Research and Applications. Nova Science Publishers, pp. 33-47.
  • Makarov V.N., Torgovkin N.V. (2018). The geochemistry of anthropogenic deposits in Yakutsk. Earth's Cryosphere XXII(3): 24–35. DOI: 10.21782/EC2541-9994-2018-3(24-35) http://www.izdatgeo.ru/pdf/earth_cryo/2018-3/24_eng.pdf
  • Mori T., Goto-Azuma K., Kondo Y., Ogawa-Tsukagawa Y., Miura K., Hirabayashi M., Koike M., Moteki N., Ohata S., Sinha P. R, Oshima N., Suhiura K., Aoki T., Schneebeli M., Sato A., Tsushima A., Makarov V., Omiya S., Sugimoto A., and Takano S. (2018). Measurements of the size distributions of BC in snowpack and the amounts of BC deposition in the Arctic regions. Japan Association of Aerosol Science and Technology. Japan, Nagoya, 2018, July 31 – August 2, pp. 77-79.
  • Mori T., Goto-Azuma K., Kondo Y., Ogawa-Tsukagawa Y., Miura K., Hirabayashi M., Koike M., Moteki N., Ohata S., Sinha P. R, Oshima N., Suhiura K., Aoki T., Schneebeli M., Sato A., Tsushima A., Makarov V., Omiya S., Sugimoto A., and Takano S. (2018). Black carbon in snowpack over the different regions in the Arctic. The Ninth Symposium on Polar Science. Japan, Tokyo, 2018, December 4-7, pp. 89-91 .
  • Makarov V.N. (2017). The impact of climate warming and revenues greenhouse gas migration of H+ in the biosphere Yakutia. Cold-Region Hydrology in a Non-Stationary World, Proceedings of 21st Northern Research Basins Symposium and Workshop. August 6–12, 2017, Yakutsk, Russia. Yakutsk: Melnikov Permafrost Institute Publ., pp. 75-81.
  • Makarov V. N. (2016). Tritium in the snow cover at mid-taiga landscapes in central Yakutia. Geochemistry International 54(11), 1005-1010.
  • Makarov V.N., Nogovitsyn D.D., Kilmyaminov V.V., Sheina Z.M. (2016). Hydrology and hydrochemistry of the Alazeya River. American Scientific Journal 2(2), 33-39.
  • Torgovkin N.V, Makarov V.N. (2016). Saline soils of active layer and near-surface permafrost in urban area of Yakutsk. In: Proceedings of the 8th International Siberian Early Career Geoscientist Conference (13-24 June 2016, Novosibirsk, Russia). Novosibirsk: NSU, pp. 383-384.
  • Makarov V. (2014). Environmental geochemistry of urban areas in Yakutia. Journal of Engineering of Heilongjiang University, 5(3): 48-51.
  • Torgovkin N. V., Makarov V. N. (2014). Agressiveness of seasonally thawed and frozen soils in Yakutsk. Journal of Engineering of Heilongjiang University, 5(3): 33-37.
  • Sugiura K., Ohata T., Davaa G., Hinzman L., Makarov V., Maximov T., Hori M. (2014). Snow course observations in the mountainous regions of the North Pacific Rim. 1stInternational Satellite Snow Product Intercomparison Workshop (ISSPI-1), 21-23 July 2014. Maryland, USA: 35.
  • Makarov V. (2013). The influence of climate warming and greenhouse gas deposition on H+ migration in the geosphere. In: International Conference “Earth Cryology: XXI Century”, September 29 – October 3, 2013, Pushchino, Moscow region, Russia. The Program and Conference Materials, pp. 49-50.
  • Makarov V., Torgovkin N. (2013). Saline thawed and frozen grounds of Yakutsk. In: International Conference “Earth Cryology: XXI Century”, September 29 – October 3, 2013, Pushchino, Moscow region, Russia. The Program and Conference Materials, p. 111.
  • Torgovkin N.V., Makarov V.N. (2013). The snow cover of the mountain landscapes of the cryosphere in eastern Yakutia. In: International Conference “Earth Cryology: XXI Century”, September 29 – October 3, 2013, Pushchino, Moscow region, Russia. The Program and Conference Materials, p. 77.
  • Makarov V., Torgovkin N. The snow cover of the mountain landscapes of the cryosphere in eastern Yakutia. In: Cryosphere of Eurasian Mountains: Abstracts of the International Conference Devoted to the Opening of the Central Asian Regional Glaciological Centre as a Category 2 Centre under the Auspices of UNESCO. Almaty, 2012, p. 38-39.
  • Makarov V.N., Fukasawa T. (2011). Temporal variation in anthropogenic nitrogen inputs to the active layer in Yakutsk, Russia. Journal of Global Environment Engineering. Vol. 16, pp. 11-17.
  • Makarov, V. N. (2011). Geochemical landscape and endemic Viluyskiy encephalomyelitis (North-East Russian). 4th International Conference on Medical Geology. GEOMED2011. 20-25 September, Bari, Italy, pp. 123–125.
  • Makarov V.N. (2010). Environmental geochemistry of urban areas in Yakutia. In: The Application of Technologies for the Conservation of Nature in Cold Regions: Materials of the IX International Symposium on Cold Regions Development, June 1-5, 2010, Yakutsk, Russia.
  • Makarov V. N. (2010). Assessment of atmospheric emissions from the Yakutsk GRES-2 project. In: The Application of Technologies for the Conservation of Nature in Cold Regions: Materials of the IX International Symposium on Cold Regions Development, June 1-5, 2010, Yakutsk, Russia.
  • Grenfell, T.C., S.G. Warren, V.F. Radionov, V.N. Makarov, and S.G. Zimov (2009). Expeditions to the Russian Arctic to Survey Black Carbon in Snow. EOS, American Geophysical Union. Volume 90, number 43, pp. 386-387.
  • Chizhuk A. L., Makarov V. N. (2009). The Influence of Urban Lakes on Suprapermafrost Water Chemistry. In: Recent Development of Research on Permafrost Engineering and Cold Region Environment, Proceedings of the Eighth International Symposium on Permafrost Engineering, 15-17 October 2009, Xi’an, China (eds. Ming Huo, Wei Ma and Fujun Niu). Lanzhou: Lanzhou University Press, рp. 422-424.
  • Makarov, V., Fukasawa, T., Ohta S. (2007). Variation of atmospheric aerosol carbon concentration in Yakutia. Journal of Global Environment Engineering, vol. 12, pp.87-96.
  • Makarov V.N. (2007). Atmospheric deposition fluxes of hydrogen, sulfur and nitrogen in Central Yakutia. Proceedings of the Third International Conference “The Role of Permafrost Ecosystems in Global Climate Change”, 27-31 August 2006, Yakutsk. Yakutsk: YSN Publishing House SB RAS, pp. 175-180.
  • Christensen J., L. R. Hole, V. A. Ginzburg, V. Makarov, A. I. Polishok, T. Ruoho-Airola, A. Stohl, S. Wilson (2006). Sources of acidifying pollutants and arctic haze precursors. In: AMAP Assessment 2006: Acidifying Pollutants, Arctic Haze, and Acidification in the Arctic, pр. 3 -13.
  • Makarov V.N. (2006). Monitoring of acid deposition in central Yakutia. Memoirs of National Institute of Polar Research, Special Issue 59, pp. 116-126.
  • Hole L. R., V. N. Makarov, J. Ø. Odland, V. N. Vasilenko (2006). Concentrations and deposition of acidifying air pollutants. In: AMAP Assessment 2006: Acidifying Pollutants, Arctic Haze, and Acidification in the Arctic pр. 14-42.
  • Hole Lars R., Jesper Christensen, Veronika A. Ginzburg, Vladimir Makarov, Natalia A. Pershina, Alla I. Polischuk, Tuija Ruoho-Airola, Peotr Ph. Svistov, and Vitaly N. Vasilenko (2006). Chapter 3, Concentrations and deposition of acidifying pollutants. In: AMAP Assessment 2006: Acidifying Pollutants, Arctic Haze, and Acidification in the Arctic, pp. 11-30.
  • Makarov V. N. (2006). Soil salinization in northern urban areas is an engineering problem. Engineering Geology for Tomorrow's Cities, The 10th IAEG Congress, Nottingham, United Kingdom, 6-10 September 2006. Pр.277-281.
  • Kurita, N., A. Sugimoto, Y. Fujii, T. Fukazawa, V. N. Makarov, O. Watanabe, K. Ichiyanagi, A. Numaguti & N. Yoshida (2005). Isotopic composition and origin of snow over Siberia. Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres, 110.
  • Makarov V.N. (2004). Environmental problems related to diamond mining in permafrost areas - The case history of the Anabar placer mine, north-western Yakutia. In: Proceedings of the Sixth International Symposium on Permafrost Engineering, September 5-7, 2004, Lanzhou, China. Journal of Glaciology and Geocryology, Vol. 26, Supplement Aug. 2004, pp. 257-262.
  • Makarov V. N. (2003). Permafrost active layer as the concentrator of contaminants in northern regions. In: ICOP 2003: Permafrost. Extended Abstracts Reporting Current Research and New Information (Edited by Wilfried Haeberli & Dagmar Brandova). Glaciology and Geomorphodynamics Group, Geography Department, University of Zurich, Switzerland, pp. 99-100.
  • Nakagawa, F., N. Yoshida, Y. Nojiri & V. N. Makarov (2002) Production of methane from alasses in eastern Siberia: Implications from its C-14 and stable isotopic compositions. Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 16.
  • Makarov, V. N. (2002). Active layer modification and its effect on the infrastructure of Yakutsk. In: Permafrost Engineering, Proceedings of the Fifth International Symposium, 2-4 September 2002, Yakutsk, Russia, vol. 2 (ed. R.M. Kamensky). Yakutsk: Permafrost Institute SB RAS Press, vol. 1, pp. 173-178.
  • Makarov, V. N. & M. M. Shatz (2002). Permafrost and geoecological conditions in the Talakan-Vitim Oil Project area. In: Permafrost Engineering, Proceedings of the Fifth International Symposium, 2-4 September 2002, Yakutsk, Russia, vol. 2 (ed. R.M. Kamensky). Yakutsk: Permafrost Institute SB RAS Press, vol. 2, pp. 22-27.
  • Makarov V. N., Shats M. M. (2000). Geoecological situation in an airport on permafrost. In: Proceedings of the Fourth International Symposium on Permafrost Engineering, 21-23 September 2000, Lanzhou, China, Journal of Glaciology and Geocryology, Vol. 22 Suppl., pp. 235-238.
  • Makarov V. N. and G. P. Levchenko (1998). Hydrogen ion concentration in the precipitation and snowpacks in Yakutia. Journal of Global Environment Engineering, vol. 4, pp.119-126.
  • Makarov V. N. (1996). Some problems of engineering geochemistry in cryolithozone. In: Proceedings of the International Symposium on Cold Regions Engineering, September 11-14, 1996, Harbin, China. University of Harbin Industry Technology Press, pp. 300-301.
  • Makarov V. N. (1993). Technogenic geochemical fields in the permafrost zone on the example of Yakutia. In: Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Permafrost, July 5-9, 1993, Beijing, China. Vol. 1. South China University of Technology Press, pp. 911- 913.
  • Makarov V.N. (1988). Properties of geochemical fields in the permafrost zone. In: Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Permafrost, August 2-5, 1988, Trondheim, Norway. Vol. 1 (Ed. Kaare Senneset), pp. 401-405.
  • Makarov, V. N. (1983). Migration of elements in water in taiga-permafrost landscapes. In: Permafrost, Final Proceedings, Fourth International Conference, Fairbanks, Alaska, July 17-22, 1983, pp. 253-258.