Tananaev


Nikita Tananaev, Ph.D.


Leading Research Scientist
Permafrost Groundwater and Geochemistry


ORCID: 0000-0003-2997-0169
Web of Science ResearcherID: J-3471-2012
Scopus ID: 12782200000
IstinaResearcherID (IRID): 64004785


Tel.: 7-4112-390833
Email: nikita.tananaev@gmail.com


Education

  • M.S. (Hydrology), Moscow State University, 2004
  • Ph.D. (Geography), 2007. Dissertation: Stream Load and Fluvial Processes in Permafrost Regions


Research Interests

  • Periglacial geomorphology
  • Permafrost hydrology


Memberships

  • Member, International Association of Hydrological Sciences (IAHS)
  • Member, International Permafrost Association
  • Editorial Board Member, Наука и техника в Якутии


Teaching

  • 2017-present, Associate Professor, North-Eastern Federal University, Yakutsk (Courses: Hydrology; Oceanology)
  • 2017-2018, Invited Professor, L'Institut National Polytechnique de Toulouse (Courses: Permafrost hydrology)


Current Projects

  • RFBR Project 18-45-140029, 2018-2020: Hydrogeology and Thermal Regime of Permafrost in Central Yakutia – Study of Relationships and Temporal Variations in the Holocene and Under Various Climate Scenarios (Project Director)
  • Contract with Space Research Institute RAS, Moscow , 2018: Field Testing of the DAN Instrument at the Melnikov Permafrost Institute's Monitoring Sites (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 2. Understanding the Interaction between Surface and Ground Water in the Formation and Dynamics of Permafrost Landscapes (Co-Investigator)
  • RFBR Project 17-05-01287_а, 2017-2019: Formation and Evolution of Small River Channels on the Plains in the Permafrost Zone (Co-Investigator)
  • Contract with Prognoz AO, 2018: Additional Exploration of the Verticalny Aquifer Area (Resource Reassessment) (Co-Investigator)


Selected Past Projects

  • Principal Investigator, SB RAS Basic Research Project VIII.77.2.2, 2013-2016. Mountain Glaciations and Permafrost in Continental Areas of Central and Northeastern Asia. Response of Glacial and Periglacial Formations to Recent Changes in Climate - - Block 4. Morphometric Analysis and Structural Hydrographic Modeling of Large River Watersheds in Northern Asia in the Late Quaternary Based on DEM and Sediment Balance
  • Co-Principal Investigator, ЕС FP-7 TOMCAR-Permafrost, Terrestrial organic matter characterization in Arctic rivers through molecular and isotopic analysis
  • Co-Principal Investigator, NSF ARC-1204070, Collaborative Research: Interactions Between Air Temperature, Permafrost and Hydrology in the High Latitudes of Eurasia
  • Investigator, FP7 – Marie Curie Career Integration Grants (2014-2017), Dissolved organic matter withdrawal from peatland-dominated soils and landscapes


Selected Publications

  • Fabre, C.; Sauvage, S.; Tananaev, N.; Noel, G. E.; Teisserenc, R.; Probst, J. L.; Perez, J. M. S. (2019). Assessment of sediment and organic carbon exports into the Arctic ocean: The case of the Yenisei River basin. Water Research, 158, 118-135.
  • Hindshaw, R. S.; Teisserenc, R.; Le Dantec, T.; Tananaev, N. (2019). Seasonal change of geochemical sources and processes in the Yenisei River: A Sr, Mg and Li isotope study. Geochimica Et Cosmochimica Acta, 255, 222-236.
  • Tananaev, Nikita & Makarieva, Olga & Lebedeva, Liudmila. (2019). AHYST.LenaStationAttributes_v1.2.txt.
  • Tananaev N. (2019). Assessing hydrological connectivity in permafrost catchments using natural tracers. In: Solving the Puzzles from Cryosphere, Int. Conf., Pushchino, Russia, April 15-18, 2019, Program and Abstracts, p. 110-112.
  • Tananaev N., Kotov P.I., Gagarin L.A. (2019). Modelling thermal regime of an intrapermafrost talik in Central Yakutia. In: Solving the Puzzles from Cryosphere, Int. Conf., Pushchino, Russia, April 15-18, 2019, Program and Abstracts, p. 84-85.
  • Evgrafova, A., de la Haye, T. R., Haase, I., Shibistova, O., Guggenberger, G., Tananaev, N., Sauheitl, L. and Spielvogel, S. (2018). Small-scale spatial patterns of soil organic carbon and nitrogen stocks in permafrost-affected soils of northern Siberia. Geoderma, 329, pp. 91-107. doi: 10.1016/j.geoderma.2018.05.014.
  • Gandois, L., Hatté, C., Tananaev, N., Cruz K.M., Sepulveda-Jauregui A., Nieto O.A.G., Thalasso F., Cabrol L., Teisserenc R., Barret M. (2018). Evolution of dissolved organic matter origin and methanogenesis processes in degrading palsa of North Siberia. In: Deline P., Bodin X. and Ravanel L. (Eds.) (2018): 5 th European Conference On Permafrost – Book of Abstracts, 23 June - 1 July 2018, Chamonix, France. < hal-01816115 >, p. 695-696.
  • Georgiadi A., Hiyama T., Prokushkin A., Fedorova I., Tananaev N., Yamamoto-Kawai M. (2018). HYARCRIO: Hydrology of Pan-Arctic rivers and its impact on the ocean. In: AERC-Report 2018-01. Japan and Russia Joint Group on Arctic Research, p. 20–25.
  • Kontar, Y. Y., Eichelberger, J. C., Gavrilyeva, T. N., Filippova, V. V., Savvinova, A. N., Tananaev, N. I. and Trainor, S. F. (2018). Springtime flood risk reduction in rural Arctic: A comparative study of Interior Alaska, United States and Central Yakutia, Russia. Geosciences, 8(3). doi: 10.3390/geosciences8030090.
  • Kontar, Y., Trainor, S., Gavrilyeva, T., Eichelberger, J., & Tananaev, N. (2018). Advancing spring flood risk reduction in the Arctic through interdisciplinary research and stakeholder collaborations. In T. Beer, J. Li, & K. Alverson (Eds.), Global Change and Future Earth: The Geoscience Perspective (Special Publications of the International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics, pp. 341-348). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. doi:10.1017/9781316761489.033
  • Sonke J.E., Teisserenc R., Heimburger-Boavida L.E., Petrova M.V., Marusczak N., Le Dantec T., Chupakov A.V., Li C.X., Thackray C.P., Sunderland E.M., Tananaev N., Pokrovsky O.S. (2018). Eurasian river spring flood observations support net Arctic Ocean mercury export to the atmosphere and Atlantic Ocean. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 115 (50), E11586-E11594.
  • Tananaev, N. I. and Lebedeva, L. S. (2018). The organic component of particulate matter in small streams of the northern Yenisei region during the summer-autumn period. Geography and Natural Resources, 39(2), pp. 140-147. doi: 10.1134/s1875372818020063.
  • Tananaev, N., Gandois, L., Prokushkin, A.S., Teisserenc, R. (2018). Water and DOC fluxes from a Subarctic catchment underlain by discontinuous permafrost: insights from historical data and in-situ high resolution observations. In: Deline P., Bodin X. and Ravanel L. (Eds.) (2018): 5 th European Conference On Permafrost – Book of Abstracts, 23 June - 1 July 2018, Chamonix, France. < hal-01816115 >, p. 362-363.
  • Barrio I.C., Lindén E., Te Beest M., Tananaev, N. et al. (2017). Background invertebrate herbivory on dwarf birch (Betula glandulosa-nana complex) increases with temperature and precipitation across the tundra biome. Polar Biology 40(11): 2265–2278. doi: 10.1007/s00300-017-2139-7
  • Fabre, C., Sauvage, S., Tananaev, N., Srinivasan, R., Teisserenc, R., Sanchez Perez, J.M. (2017). Using modeling tools to better understand permafrost hydrology. Water 9(6), 418, doi: 10.3390/w9060418.
  • Evgrafova A., Haase I., Otto A., Bange U., Tananaev N., Shibistova O., Guggenberger G., Sauheitl L., Spielvogel S. (2016). Mesoscale vegetation shift as a consequence of permafrost thawing in northern Siberia. In: Günther, F. and Morgenstern, A. (Eds.). XI. International Conference on Permafrost – Book of Abstracts, 20 – 24 June 2016, Potsdam, Germany. Bibliothek Wissenschaftspark Albert Einstein, doi:10.2312/GFZ.LIS.2016.001, p. 168-169.
  • Fabre C., Sanchez Perez J.-M., Sauvage S., Tananaev N., Teisserenc R. (2016). Hydrological and biogeochemical modelling of carbon fluxes in an Arctic river: the Yenisei (North of Russia). In: iEMSS 2016, Toulouse, France.
  • Fofonova V, Androsov A., Danilov S., Rakowsky N., Kuznetsov I., Tananaev N., Hiller W., Wiltshire K. (2016). Simulation of the hydrodynamics and sediment processes in the Lena Delta region. In: ECSA 56 Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Conference, 4-7 September 2016, Bremen, Germany.
  • Fofonova V., Zhilyaev I., Kraineva M., Iakshina D., Tananaev N., Volkova N., Wiltshire K. (2016). The water temperature characteristics of the Lena River at basin outlet in the summer period. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences Discussions, doi:10.5194/hess-2016-254.
  • Gandois L., Hoyt A., Xu X., Hatté C., Teisserenc R., Tananaev N. (2016). _14C and _13C signatures of CH4, CO2 and Dissolved Organic Matter of Siberian peatland and thermokarst lake complexes in relation to permafrost degradation. In: Günther, F. and Morgenstern, A. (Eds.). XI. International Conference on Permafrost – Book of Abstracts, 20 – 24 June 2016, Potsdam, Germany. Bibliothek Wissenschaftspark Albert Einstein, doi:10.2312/GFZ.LIS.2016.001, p. 199-200.
  • Gandois L., Teisserenc R., Ledantec T., Prokushkin A., Binet S., Tananaev N. (2016). Dissolved Organic Matter export from forest-tundra ecotone of Siberia under discontinuous permafrost. Insights from high frequency acquisition in situ fluorescence of dissolved organic matter (fDOM). In: Günther, F. and Morgenstern, A. (Eds.). XI. International Conference on Permafrost – Book of Abstracts, 20 – 24 June 2016, Potsdam, Germany. Bibliothek Wissenschaftspark Albert Einstein, doi:10.2312/GFZ.LIS.2016.001, p. 768-769.
  • Haase I. C., Evgrafova A., Tananaev N., Shibistova O., Kühn P., Guggenberger G., Spielvogel S., Sauheitl L. (2016). Relevance of aggregation and chemisorption for carbon sequestration in thawing permafrost soils of Northern Siberia. In: Günther, F. and Morgenstern, A. (Eds.). XI. International Conference on Permafrost – Book of Abstracts, 20 – 24 June 2016, Potsdam, Germany. Bibliothek Wissenschaftspark Albert Einstein, doi:10.2312/GFZ.LIS.2016.001, p. 202-203.
  • Herrault P.-A., Gandois L., Gascoin S., Tananaev N.I., Le Dantec T., Teisserenc R. (2016). Can we use SPOT 5 (Take 5) Data to Monitor the Dissolved Organic Carbon in the Arctic River Yenisei? In: Living Planet Symposium 2016, Prague, Czech Republic.
  • Herrault, P.A., Gandois, L., Gascoin, S., Tananaev, N., Le Dantec, T., Teisserenc, R. (2016). Using high spatio-temporal optical remote sensing to monitor dissolved organic carbon in the arctic river Yenisei. Remote Sensing 8(10).
  • Le Dantec T. A., Teisserenc R., Myers-Pigg A., Louchouarn P., Tananaev N., Gandois L., Probst J. (2016). Dissolved Organic Matter flux, characterization and dynamic in the Yenisei river. In: Günther, F. and Morgenstern, A. (Eds.). XI. International Conference on Permafrost – Book of Abstracts, 20 – 24 June 2016, Potsdam, Germany. Bibliothek Wissenschaftspark Albert Einstein, doi:10.2312/GFZ.LIS.2016.001, p. 774.
  • Makarycheva E., Tananaev N., Sergeev D., Litovko A. (2016). Permafrost map update for the Igarka region as a climate change and human impact tracking tool. In: Günther, F. and Morgenstern, A. (Eds.). XI. International Conference on Permafrost – Book of Abstracts, 20 – 24 June 2016, Potsdam, Germany. Bibliothek Wissenschaftspark Albert Einstein, doi:10.2312/GFZ.LIS.2016.001, p. 385.
  • Schaefer I., Schweri L., Zech J., Tananaev N., Zech R. (2016). Late Quaternary climate and environmental changes in a permafrost section near Igarka, Northern Siberia based on leaf wax analyses. In: Geophysical Research Abstracts. Vol. 18, EGU2016-8043.
  • Semenova O., Tananaev N., Lebedeva L., Nesterova N. (2016). Recent changes of runoff characteristics in permafrost basins of Eastern Siberia. In: Günther, F. and Morgenstern, A. (Eds.). XI. International Conference on Permafrost – Book of Abstracts, 20 – 24 June 2016, Potsdam, Germany. Bibliothek Wissenschaftspark Albert Einstein, doi:10.2312/GFZ.LIS.2016.001, p. 679.
  • Semenova O.M., Tananaev N.I., Lebedeva L.S., Popova E. (2016). Variations of hydrological characteristics at the rivers of different size in the Lena river basin. In: Geophysical Research Abstracts Vol. 18, EGU2016-1095, 2016 EGU General Assembly 2016.
  • Tananaev N. (2016). Fluvial and thermal: river bank erosion in permafrost regions. In: Günther, F. and Morgenstern, A. (Eds.). XI. International Conference on Permafrost – Book of Abstracts, 20 – 24 June 2016, Potsdam, Germany. Bibliothek Wissenschaftspark Albert Einstein, doi:10.2312/GFZ.LIS.2016.001, p. 95.
  • Tananaev N. (2016). Sediment and solute fluxes at the Igarka field site, Russian Subarctic. In: Source-to-Sink Fluxes in Undisturbed Cold Environments (Achim A.Beylich, John C. Dixon, Zbigniew Zwolinski, eds). Cambridge University Press, pp. 144-153.
  • Tananaev N. I. (2016). Hydrological and sedimentary controls over fluvial thermal erosion, the Lena River, central Yakutia. Geomorphology 253, 524-533.
  • Tananaev N. I., Makarieva O. M., Lebedeva L. S. (2016). Trends in annual and extreme flows in the Lena River basin, Northern Eurasia. Geophysical Research Letters 43(20), 10764-10772.
  • Tananaev N., Makarycheva E., Litovko A., Sergeev D. (2016). Field education in discontinuous permafrost region, Igarka Geocryology Lab. In: Günther, F. and Morgenstern, A. (Eds.). XI. International Conference on Permafrost – Book of Abstracts, 20 – 24 June 2016, Potsdam, Germany. Bibliothek Wissenschaftspark Albert Einstein, doi:10.2312/GFZ.LIS.2016.001, p. 1240-1241.
  • Tananaev N.I. (2016). Overview of physical and climatological processes behind the breakup flood in Edeytsy in May 2013. ASSW'16, March 12-19, 2016, Fairbanks, Alaska, USA.
  • Tananaev, N., Plumb, E., Cherry, J. Kostin, A. (2016). Physical processes and mitigation techniques during ice-jam floods on the Yukon River Alaska and Lena River Sakha Republic. In: UArctic Congress 2016, 12-16 September, St. Petersburg, Russia, Abstract Book, p. 80.
  • Evgrafova, Alevtina; Haase, Ina; Guggenberger, Georg; Shibistova, Olga; Tananaev, Nikita; Mann, Brigitte; Sauheitl, Leopold; Spielvogel, Sandra. Spatial Correlation of Soil Organic Matter and Pedogenic Oxides in Permafrost-Affected Soils of Northern Siberia at the Profile Scale, EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, 17, 9885, 2015.
  • Lebedeva, L.; Tananaev, N.; Semenova, O. Permafrost and hydrological response to the observed and potential climate change in the Russian Arctic discontinuous permafrost zone, Fourth International Symposium on the Arctic Research (ISAR-4) / Third International Conference on Arctic Research Planning (ICARP III) ASSW (Arctic Science Summit Week), Toyama, Japan April 27-30,2015, 59, 2015.
  • Myers-Pigg Allison, Teisserenc Roman, Tananaev Nikita, Louchouarn Patrick, High-resolution analysis of the terrestrial influence on DOC and POC export in a Siberian Arctic River during the spring freshet. AGU Fall Meeting, 14-18 December 2015, San Francisco, 2015.
  • Prokushkin, A.S.; Panov, A.V.; Kirdyanov, A.V.; Rubtsov, A.V.; Korets, M.A.; Kurbatova, Yu.A.; Varlagin, A.V.; Tananaev, N.I.; Amon, R.; Heimann, M. Sensitivity of carbon fluxes in land-atmosphere-hydrosphere system of Yenisei River catchment to climate variability: development of KrasFlux network for the long-term analysis, Report Series in Aerosol Science, 163, 350-353, 2015, Aerosolitutkimusseura ry – Finnish Association for Aerosol Research FAAR.
  • Streletskiy, Dmitry A, Davydova, Anna, Davydov Sergei P, Opel Thomas, Shiklomanov Alexander I, Shiklomanov Nikolay I, Streletskaya Irina D., Tananaev Nikita, Tokarev Igor, Seasonal variations of stable isotope composition of river flow in permafrost regions of Yenisei and Kolyma Rivers (Russia). AGU Fall Meeting, 14-18 December 2015, San Francisco, 2015.
  • Streletskiy, Dmitry A; Tananaev, Nikita I; Opel, Thomas; Shiklomanov, Nikolay I; Nyland, Kelsey E; Streletskaya, Irina D; Shiklomanov, Alexandr I. Permafrost hydrology in changing climatic conditions: seasonal variability of stable isotope composition in rivers in discontinuous permafrost, Environmental Research Letters, 10, 9, 95003, 2015, IOP Publishing.
  • Tananaev Nikita. Design principles for river control structures in permafrost areas. Abstracts, GeoQuebec 2015 - 68th Canadian Geotechnical Conference and 7th Canadian Permafrost Conference, September 20-23, 2015, Quebec Canada.
  • Tananaev, N.I. Sediment and chemical fluxes of small rivers in the tundra-taiga transition zone, Northern Yenisei region, Gradualism vs catastrophism in landscape evolution, Barnaul, Russia, July 2-4, 2015, 144-147, 2015, Altai State University.
  • Tananaev, N.I.; Teisserenc, R. Building a multi-disciplinary observatory in the Lower Yenisei region (Igarka Geocryology Lab), Fourth International Symposium on the Arctic Research (ISAR-4) / Third International Conference on Arctic Research Planning (ICARP III) ASSW (Arctic Science Summit Week), Toyama, Japan April 27-30,2015., 94, 2015.
  • Tananaev, Nikita I. Hysteresis effects of suspended sediment transport in relation to geomorphic conditions and dominant sediment sources in medium and large rivers of the Russian Arctic, Hydrology research, 46, 2, 232-243, 2015, IWA Publishing.
  • Tananaev N. I. (2014). Estimation of the annual discharge of suspended matter by the rivers of North Siberia and the Far East. Oceanology, 54(5): 650-659. doi: 10.1134/s0001437014040122.
  • Tananaev N. I., Debolskiy, M. V. (2014). Turbidity observations in sediment flux studies: Examples from Russian rivers in cold environments. Geomorphology, 218: 63-71. doi:10.1016/j.geomorph.2013.09.031.
  • Myers-Pigg A., Louchouarn P., Tananaev N., Teisserenc R. (2014). Environmental partitioning of biomass combustion biomarkers in Arctic Rivers across the spring freshet hydrograph. AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, USA, 2014.
  • Streletsky D., Tananaev N., Tokarev I., Shiklomanov A. (2014). Permafrost and hydrology in the high latitudes of Eurasia. AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, USA.
  • Tananaev N.I. (2014). Fitting sediment rating curves using regression analysis: a case study of Russian Arctic rivers. In: Sediment Dynamics from the Summit to the Sea, Proceedings of the Symposium, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA, 11-14 December 2014. IAHS Publ. 367: 193-198.
  • Teisserenc R., Myers-Pigg A., Louchouarn P., Gandois L., Tananaev N., Le Dantec T., Gascoin S., Probst J.-L. (2014). "Spring break" of dissolved organic matter above the Arctic Circle: New hints on source and composition. AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, USA.
  • Tananaev N.I. (2013). Adapting to the climate change. Yakutia Today, 17 (September-October 2013), 14-15.
  • Tananaev N.I. (2013). Applying regression analysis to calculating suspended sediment runoff: Specific features of the method. Water Resources, 40(6): 585-592. DOI: 10.1134/S0097807813060110.
  • Tananaev N.I. (2013). Hysteresis effects of suspended sediment transport in relation to geomorphic conditions and dominant sediment sources in medium and large rivers of Russian Arctic. Hydrology Research. 2013. doi: 10.2166/nh.2013.199
  • Tananaev N.I., Debolskiy M.V. (2013). Turbidity observations in sediment flux studies: Examples from Russian rivers in cold environments. Geomorphology. 2013. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.geomorph.2013.09.031
  • Tananaev, N.I., Anisimova, L.A. (2013). Evaluating the annual runoff of traction load on the rivers in the north of Siberia and the Far East. Geography and Natural Resources, 39(1): 79-87. doi: 10.1134/S1875372813010113.
  • Debolskiy M.V., Tananaev N.I. (2013). Year of suspended sediment measurements on small watersheds in Northern Yenisey region. In: International Conference “Earth Cryology: XXI Century”, September 29 – October 3, 2013, Pushchino, Moscow region, Russia. The Program and Conference Materials, p. 41.
  • Galanin A., Urban A., Parfyonov M., Tananaev N. (2013). Tukulan phenomena - specific cryoarid landforms of Central Yakutia. In: Geomorphology and Sustainability, 8th International Conference (IAG) on Geomorphology. Abstracts. Paris – 2013, 27-31 August. Paris, 2013. Vol. 2, p. 953.
  • Tananaev N.I. (2013). Geological and geomorphological controls of suspended sediment fluxes in periglacial environments of Russian Arctic. In: 8th International Conference (IAG) on Geomorphology. Abstracts Volume 2. Paris, France, 2013, p. 821.
  • Tananaev N.I. Hydrological and geocryological controls on fluvial activity of rivers in cold environments. In: Cold and Mountain Region Hydrological Systems Under Climate Change: Towards Improved Projections (Edited by: Gelfan A; Yang D; Gusev Y; Kunstmann H.), Proceedings of H02, IAHS-IAPSO-IASPEI Assembly, Gothenburg, Sweden, July 22-26. IAHS Publ. 360, 2013, pp. 161-167.
  • Tananaev N.I. (2013). Permafrost-cored alluvial bedforms and related channel morphology of the Lena River, Central Yakutia. In: 8thInternational Conference (IAG) on Geomorphology. Abstracts Volume 2. Paris, France, 2013, p. 701.
  • Tananaev, N. I. (2012) Hysteresis effect in the seasonal variations in the relationship between water discharge and suspended load in rivers of permafrost zone in Siberia and Far East. Water Resources, 39, 648-656.
  • Sergievskaya Ya.E., Poznarkova S.V., Tananaev N.I. (2012). Monitoring of the depth of seasonal thawing in the lower reaches of the Yenisey River at Site CALM R-40 of Igarka Town. Proceedings of Tenth International Conference on Permafrost (TICOP): Resources and Risks of Permafrost Areas in a Changing World. Vol. 4/2: Extended Abstracts. Ekaterinburg: Fort Dialog-Iset, рp. 514-516.
  • Tananaev N.I. (2012). Seasonal and long-term within-channel permafrost and its effects on northern river navigation. Cold Regions Engineering 2012: Sustainable Infrastructure Development in a Changing Cold Environment (edited by Morse B., Dore G.). ASCE, 2012. P. 275-280.
  • Tananaev N.I., Poznarkova S.V., Kazansky O.A. (2012). Envelope foundation employment in Arctic construction. Cold Regions Engineering 2012: Sustainable Infrastructure Development in a Changing Cold Environment (edited by Morse B., Dore G.). ASCE, pp. 583-589.
  • Tananaev N.I., Kazansky O.A. (2012).Features of permafrost technogenic transformation in Northern Enisey Region cities. Cold Regions Engineering 2012: Sustainable Infrastructure Development in a Changing Cold Environment (edited by Morse B., Dore G.). ASCE, pp. 498-503.
  • Tananaev N.I. (2012). Seasonal and long-term within-channel permafrost and its effects on northern river navigation. 15th International Specialty Conference on Cold Regions Engineering, Quebec City, Canada, August 19-22, 2012. Program and Abstracts, p. 24.
  • Tananaev N.I. (2012). Turbidity observations in SSC and sediment flux studies: examples from Russian subarctic and mountain watersheds. Abstracts and Proceedings of the Geological Society of Norway, 1, pp. 80-81.
  • Debolskiy M.V., Tananaev N.I. (2012). Sub-seasonal variations in turbidity and SSC records on Russian subarctic catchments. Abstracts and Proceedings of the Geological Society of Norway, 1, pp. 53-54.
  • Tananaev N.I. (2012). Cryogenic factors of fluvial system dynamics // Proceedings of IPY 2012 Conference, Montreal, Canada, – 1 p.
  • Tananaev N.I. (2012). Permafrost hydrology and climate change. Proceedings of The Northern Forum Workshop «L’adaptation aux changements climatiques dans les regions Nordiques et Arctiques et les solutions a la degradation du pergelisol», QuebecCity , Canada , April 19-21, 2012. – 1 p.
  • Tananaev N.I. (2011). Bedload of large Russian Arctic rivers: quantification and prediction. XXV IUGG General Assembly, June 28-July 7, Melbourne, Australia, Publ. No. 5782.
  • Tananaev N. I. (2011). Estimation of fluvial response to climate shift in Russian Arctic. Arctic Science Summit Week 2011, March 27-April 1, Seoul, South Korea. Final Abstracts. Publ. No. OB0059.
  • Tananaev, N.I. (2011). Hysteresis effects in relationship between discharge and suspended sediment concentration on large rivers of Russian Arctic. XXV IUGG General Assembly, June 28-July 7, Melbourne, Australia, Publ. No. 5893.