Serikov S

 

 

Sergey Serikov

 
Research Scientist, Laboratory of Permafrost Geothermics

 

 
Tel.: (4112) 390-843

 

 

Pustaya knopka Publications2

 

Educational Background

  • M.S. (Mining Geology), Yakutsk State University, 1985

 

Research Interests

  • Permafrost
  • Ground temperature monitoring
  • Geomorphology
  • Exogenous geological processes
  • Remote sensing
  • Satellite and aerial photo interpretation
  • Geothermics
  • Environmental studies

 

Field Work

  • 2013-2015 - establishment of permafrost thermal monitoring sites in the Tien-Shan, Kodar Ridge, and Udokan Ridge
  • 2012 – establishment of ground thermal monitoring sites in the Verkhoyansk Mountains, Upper Chara basin, southern Yakutia, Elkon Horst
  • 2011 – geothermal and geomorphological investigations, establishment of ground thermal monitoring sites in the Verkhoyansk Mountains, southern Yakutia and Elkon Horst (Field Team Leader)
  • 2010 - geothermal and geomorphological investigations, establishment of ground thermal monitoring sites in southern Yakutia (Elkon mine site and East Siberia-Pacific pipeline corridor)
  • 2009 – establishment of a ground thermal monitoring site at the Town of Moma, eastern Yakutia
  • 2008 - geothermal and geomorphological investigations in southern Yakutia (Murun Massif, and Gorkit and Tarynnakh iron ore deposits)
  • 1992 – permafrost investigations by remote sensing in Tiski, Arctic Yakutia (Field Team Leader)
  • 1988–1991 – exploratory survey for a railroad project, central Yakutia
  • 1985-1988 – exploratory surveys for the Amur-Yakutsk railroad and iron ore prospecting in southern Yakutia
  • 1980-1985 – investigations in western Yakutia as part of the Siberia National Program
  • 1976-1979 – field investigations for the western section Ust-Kut to Tynda of the Baikal-Amur Railroad
  • 1975 – field investigations in Krasnoyarsk Krai