M.S. (Groundwater and Engineering Geology Exploration), North-Eastern Federal University in Yakutsk, 2012
Ph.D. (Geology & Mineralogy), Melnikov Permafrost Institute, 2017. Dissertation: Geochemical Features of Human Modified Soils in Permafrost Regions: City of Yakutsk
Saline frozen and thawed soils
Effects of salinity on infrastructure
Salinity research methods
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 (Co-Investigator)
Russian Foundation for Basic Research (RFBR Grant No. 18-55-53054) – National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC Grant No. 41811530093), 2018-2019: Formation, Modern State of Pleistocene Cryogenic Deposits in Eastern Asia, and Forecast of Their Dynamics in Relation to the Ongoing Climatic Variations (Co-Investigator)
2013-present – geochemical sampling and measurements of permafrost and groundwater in central and southern Yakutia
2018 – Kotelny Island, Russian Geographical Society and Sakha (Yakutia) Academy of Sciences expedition
2012 – New Siberian Islands, Russian Geographical Society expedition
2012 and 2011 – Snow surveys between Yakutsk and Oymyakon
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.
Torgovkin N.V., Spektor V.V., Boytzova L.Y., Shepeleva O.V. (2019). Geochemical features of Quaternary perennially frozen sediments in central Yakutia at example 100 m borehole. In: Solving the Puzzles from Cryosphere, Int. Conf., Pushchino, Russia, April 15-18, 2019, Program and Abstracts, p. 75-76.
Torgovkin N. (2017). Geochemical characteristic of alluvial sediments in urban area of Yakutsk. Book of Abstracts, Int. Conf. Earth's Cryosphere: Past, Present and Future, Pushchino, Russia, June 4-8, 2017, pp. 88-90.
Spektor V. B., Spektor V. V., Bakulina N. T., Torgovkin N. V., Cherepanova A. M., Maksimov G. T., Neradovskii L. G. (2016). An inlier of Jurassic rocks at the bottom of the Lena River valley. Doklady Earth Sciences 467(1), 232-235.
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.
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.
Heslop J., Torgovkin N., Chandra S., Spektor V., Bulygina E., Bunn A., Davydov S., Frey K., Holmes R., Schade J., Sobczak W., Zimov S. (2010). A comparison of three soil profiles along a small subwatershed in North Siberia. State of the Arctic Conference, 2010, Miami, Florida.