Vladimir Romanovsky

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  • Farquharson, L. M., et al. “Sub-Aerial Talik Formation Observed Across The Discontinuous Permafrost Zone Of Alaska”. Nature Geoscience, 2022, pp. 475 - 481.


  • Mekonnen, Z. A., et al. “Changes In Precipitation And Air Temperature Contribute Comparably To Permafrost Degradation In A Warmer Climate”. Environmental Research Letters, 2021, p. 024008.
  • Schneider von Deimling, T., et al. “Consequences Of Permafrost Degradation For Arctic Infrastructure – Bridging The Model Gap Between Regional And Engineering Scales”. The Cryosphere, 2021, pp. 2451 - 2471.
  • Debolskiy, M. V., et al. “Water Balance Response Of Permafrost-Affected Watersheds To Changes In Air Temperatures”. Environmental Research Letters, 2021, p. 084054.


  • Euskirchen, E. S., et al. “Co‐Producing Knowledge: The Integrated Ecosystem Model For Resource Management In Arctic Alaska”. Frontiers In Ecology And The Environment, 2020, pp. 447-455.
  • Debolskiy, M. V., et al. “Modeling Present And Future Permafrost Distribution At The Seward Peninsula, Alaska”. Journal Of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface, 2020.
  • Andersen, J. K., et al. “The State Of The Climate In 2019: The Arctic”. Bulletin Of The American Meteorological Society, 2020, pp. S239 - S286.


  • Léger, E., et al. “A Distributed Temperature Profiling Method For Assessing Spatial Variability In Ground Temperatures In A Discontinuous Permafrost Region Of Alaska”. The Cryosphere, 2019, pp. 2853-2867.
  • Garayshin, V. V., et al. “Numerical Modeling Of Two-Dimensional Temperature Field Dynamics Across Non-Deforming Ice-Wedge Polygons”. Cold Regions Science And Technology, 2019, pp. 115 - 128.


  • Wang, K., et al. “A Synthesis Dataset Of Permafrost-Affected Soil Thermal Conditions For Alaska, Usa”. Earth System Science Data, 2018, pp. 2311 - 2328.
  • Parazoo, N. C., et al. “Detecting The Permafrost Carbon Feedback: Talik Formation And Increased Cold-Seasonrespiration As Precursors To Sink-To-Source Transitions”. The Cryosphere Discussions, 2018, pp. 1 - 44.
  • Bisht, G., et al. “Impacts Of Microtopographic Snow Redistribution And Lateral Subsurface Processes On Hydrologic And Thermal States In An Arctic Polygonal Ground Ecosystem: A Case Study Using Elm-3D V1.0”. Geoscientific Model Development, 2018, pp. 61-76.
  • Nicolsky, D. J., and V. E. Romanovsky. “Modeling Long-Term Permafrost Degradation”. Journal Of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface, 2018, pp. 1756-1771.
  • Jafarov, E. E., et al. “Modeling The Role Of Preferential Snow Accumulation In Through Talik Development And Hillslope Groundwater Flow In A Transitional Permafrost Landscape”. Environmental Research Letters, 2018, p. 105006.


  • Nicolsky, D. J., et al. “Applicability Of The Ecosystem Type Approach To Model Permafrost Dynamics Across The Alaska North Slope”. Journal Of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface, 2017, pp. 50-75.
  • Dafflon, B., et al. “Coincident Aboveground And Belowground Autonomous Monitoring To Quantify Covariability In Permafrost, Soil, And Vegetation Properties In Arctic Tundra”. Journal Of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences, 2017, pp. 1321-1342.
  • Wang, K., et al. “Continuously Amplified Warming In The Alaskan Arctic: Implications For Estimating Global Warming Hiatus”. Geophysical Research Letters, 2017, pp. 9029-9038.
  • Strauss, J., et al. “Deep Yedoma Permafrost: A Synthesis Of Depositional Characteristics And Carbon Vulnerability”. Earth-Science Reviews, 2017, pp. 75-86.
  • Raz-Yaseef, N., et al. “Large Carbon Dioxide And Methane Emissions From Polygonal Tundra During Spring Thaw In Northern Alaska”. Geophysical Research Letters, 2017, pp. 504 - 513.


  • Olefeldt, D., et al. “Circumpolar Distribution And Carbon Storage Of Thermokarst Landscapes”. Nature Communications, 2016, p. 13043.
  • Harp, D. R., et al. “Effect Of Soil Property Uncertainties On Permafrost Thaw Projections: A Calibration-Constrained Analysis”. The Cryosphere, 2016, pp. 341 - 358.
  • Kumar, J., et al. “Modeling The Spatiotemporal Variability In Subsurface Thermal Regimes Across A Low-Relief Polygonal Tundra Landscape”. The Cryosphere, 2016, pp. 2241 - 2274.
  • Liljedahl, A. K., et al. “Pan-Arctic Ice-Wedge Degradation In Warming Permafrost And Its Influence On Tundra Hydrology”. Nature Geoscience, 2016.
  • Cable, W. L., et al. “Scaling-Up Permafrost Thermal Measurements In Western Alaska Using An Ecotype Approach”. The Cryosphere, 2016, pp. 2517 - 2532.
  • Farquharson, L. M., et al. “Spatial Distribution Of Thermokarst Terrain In Arctic Alaska”. Geomorphology, 2016, pp. 116 - 133.


  • Koven, C. D., et al. “A Simplified, Data-Constrained Approach To Estimate The Permafrost Carbon–Climate Feedback”. Philosophical Transactions Of The Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical And Engineering Sciences, 2015.
  • Muskett, R. R., et al. “Active-Layer Soil Moisture Content Regional Variations In Alaska And Russia By Ground-Based And Satellite-Based Methods, 2002 Through 2014”. International Journal Of Geosciences, 2015, pp. 12 - 41.
  • Schuur, E. A. G., et al. “Climate Change And The Permafrost Carbon Feedback”. Nature, 2015, pp. 171 - 179.
  • Heikoop, J. M., et al. “Isotopic Identification Of Soil And Permafrost Nitrate Sources In An Arctic Tundra Ecosystem”. Journal Of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences, 2015, pp. 1000 - 1017.
  • Atchley, A. L., et al. “Using Field Observations To Inform Thermal Hydrology Models Of Permafrost Dynamics With Ats (V0.83)”. Geoscientific Model Development, 2015, pp. 2701 - 2722.


  • Rowland, J. C., et al. “Arctic Landscapes In Transition: Responses To Thawing Permafrost”. Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union, 2010, p. 229.