• Hydrosphere. Hazard processes and phenomena
    Volume 3 Issue 4

    Marine extreme surface disturbancesmi  Grigory I. Dolgikh, Stanislav G. Dolgikh.

    Transformation of water chemical composition in arctic tundra creeks under water-rock interaction   Ludmila S. Lebedeva, Vladimir V. Shamov, Anna M. Tarbeeva, Nadezhda A. Pavlova.

    Infrasound oscillations caused by extratropical cyclones in the sea of Japane 
    Vladimir A Chupin, Egor S. Gusev.

    Regional features of infragravity sea waves in the range from 20 to 300 seconds  
    Sergey V. Yakovenko, Vyacheslav A. Shvets, Sergey S. Budrin. 

    Current hydroclimatic changes in the Baikal region Natalia V. Kichigina, Nadezhda N. Voropay.

    Ligthning activity in the typhoon Lekima (2019) according to the Worldwide lightning location network data Mikhail S. Permyakov, Tatyana I. Kleshcheva, Ekaterina Yu. Potalova. 

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  • Hydrosphere. Hazard processes and phenomena
    Volume 3 Issue 3

    Torey lakes as an indicator of moisture long-term changes in southeastern transbaikalia and northeastern mongolia Victor A. Obyazov, Vadim E. Kirilyuk, Anastasia V. Kirilyuk
    Geostatistical description of snow cover heterogeneity in a physically based catchment-scale snow model Аlexander N. Gelfan
    Flood simulation in the Kama river basin 2005 Andrey L. Vetrov, Aleksei A. Tiunov
    Estimation of the possibility of using SP 33-101-2003 for calculation of the maximum runoff on the example of the water balance station Mezdureche Alexey Yu. Vinogradov, Amir F. Shakirov,
    Evgeniy A. Parfenov, Oksana V. Zubova, Ivan A. Vinogradov
    Properties of preferential water flow paths networks and background for their genesis in the slopes of small mountain valleys Vladimir V. Shamov, Evgeniy А. Shekman, Tatiana S. Gubareva, Boris I. Gartsman, Sergei Yu. Lupakov, Georgiy A. Chelnokov, Nadezhda K. Kozhevnikova, Maksim L. Burdukovskii, Aleksandr V. Orlyakovskiy
    Response of streams and suprapermafrost waters of the Anadyr lowland to atmospheric pressure drop Oleg D. Tregubov, Boris I. Gartsman, Vladimir V. Shamov, Ludmila S. Lebedeva,
    Anna M. Tarbeeva

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  • Volume 3 Issue 2

    Avalanche risk in Kazakhstan at different levels of avalanche danger Victor P. Blagovechshenskiy, Vitaly V. Zhdanov
    Formation of variability of flow quality in the top of the Luga River in inter-annual and short-term time. Part 2. Geochemical background concentrations and the contribution of short-term anomalies to water pollution El'vira А. Rumyantseva, Nelly N. Bobrovitskaya
    On a new set of rules “Engineering surveys for construction in avalanche-prone areas. General requirements” Pavel A. Chernous
    Use of wavelet analysis in the study of the bottom relief of the Peter the Great Bay of the Sea of Japan Aleksandr N. Samchenko, Igor O. Yaroshchuk
    Pauses in mean monthly temperature changes in the Northern and Southern Hemispheres and their possible causes Vladimir F. Loginov, Vladimir S. Mikutsky, Yuliya A. Brovka

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  • Hydrosphere. Hazard processes and phenomena
    Volume 3 Issue 1

    Transit and accumulation of the Gerkhozhan-Su River debris flows at the section of debris flow check channel in the Tyrnyauz city Mikhail D. Dokukin, Mukhtar Yu. Bekkiev, Ruslan Kh. Kalov
    Large-volume avalanches in the lowlands of Sakhalin Island Nikolay A. Kazakov
    Formation of variability of flow quality in the top of the Luga River in inter-annual and short-term time. Part 1. Interannual variability El'vira А. Rumyantseva, Nelly N. Bobrovitskaya
    Estimation of the error in calculating the maximum flow of small rivers Irina N. Beldiman
    Effect of forest on snow accumulation (according to the data of the Moscow region runoff station) Alexey Yu. Vinogradov, Ivan A. Vinogradov, Evgeniy A. Parfenov
    Analysis and evaluation of long-term changes in the main hydrometeorological characteristics on the Valdai Elena V. Gurevich

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  • Hydrosphere. Hazard processes and phenomena
    Volume 2 Issue 4

    Ice impact on the flow dynamics the Northern Dvina River mouth area  Serafima V. Lebedeva, Leonid S. Odoev.

    Possibilities of assessing the flood runoff probability in Angara region (Iya River as example) Boris I. Gartsman, Tatiana S. Gubareva, Natalia V. Kichigina.

    Assessing predictability of hydrological processes (on the example of frozen soil water content dynamics)  Аlexander N. Gelfan.

    Prospects for short-term forecasting of river streamflow from small watershed runoff using machine learning methods  Vsevolod M. Moreido, Boris I. Gartsman, Dimitri P. Solomatine, Zoya A. Suchilina.

    On change of reduction factor of maximum runoff modulus with increase of catchment area  Svetlana М. Tumanovskaya. 

    Study of the velocity of artificial mudflow on a laboratory stand  Nikolay A. Kazakov, Darya A. Bobrova, Ekaterina N. Kazakova 

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  • Hydrosphere. Hazard processes and phenomena
    Volume 2 Issue 3

    Debris-flows, mudflows and submerged tree drifting in the plains Alexey Yu. Vinogradov, Nikolay A. Kazakov
    The freezing of the soil and spring avalanches on the northern slopes of the Aibga ridge Georgy L. Morozov
    Deformational features of tsunami Grigory I. Dolgikh, Stanislav G. Dolgikh
    The use of automated technology to calculate the runoff quality characteristics according to hydrochemical and hydrological observations El'vira А. Rumyantseva, Nelly N. Bobrovitskaya, Marina V. Shmakova
    State regulation of avalanche danger assessment in Russia Pavel A. Chernous
    Critical analysis of the guidelines on the calculation of hydrodynamic accidents Alexey Yu. Vinogradov, Viktor A. Obyazov, Olga V. Zubova, Mariya M. Kadatskaya, Alexey V. Kuchmin

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  • Hydrosphere. Hazard processes and phenomena
    Volume 2 Issue 2

    HYDROLOGY: RELATION BETWEEN THEORETICAL AND APPLIED HYDROLOGY Tatiana А. Vinogradova, Alexey Yu. Vinogradov
    ASSESSMENT OF THE IMPACT OF CRYOGENIC PHENOMENA AND PROCESSES ON THE SUPPLY OF RUSSIAN RIVERS WITH UNDERGROUND WATER Mikhail L. Markov
    HAZARDOUS PROCESSES IN THE HYDROSPHERE: FUNDAMENTAL AND ENGINEERING ASPECTS
    AVALANCHES, DEBRIS-FLOWES AND LANDSLIDES ON THE MONERON ISLAND Nikolay A. Kazakov
    PALAEORUNOFF FROM LAKE LADOGA TO THE BALTIC SEA DURING THE HOLOCENE Dmitry A. Subetto, Denis D. Kuznetsov, Maria V. Minina, Olga A. Druzhinina
    MORPHOGENETIC DIFFERENTIATION OF THE SHORES OF THE CONTACT ZONES OF THE NORTH PACIFIC Victor V. Afanas’ev, Evgeniy I. Ignatov, Alexey V. Uba
    ECOLOGICAL PROBLEMS AND HAZARDS IN THE HYDROSPHERE
    THE QUALITY CHARACTERISTIC OF THE RUSSIA RIVERS RUNOFF, TRANSBOUNDARY WITH BELARUS, UKRAINE, KAZAKHSTAN AND ITS RELATIONSHIP WITH BASIN GEOSYSTEMS El'vira A. Rumyantseva, Nelly N. Bobrovitskaya
    CLIMATE OF THE CAUCASUS MOUNTAINOUS COUNTRY. CLIMATE CHARACTERISTICS OF THE FISHT-OSHTEN MOUNTAIN GROUP AND THE LAGONAKI PLATEAU Georgy L. Morozov

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  • Hydrosphere. Hazard processes and phenomena
    Volume 2 Issue 1

    DEBRIS FLOW CHECK CONSTRUCTIONS SITUATED NEAR THE MOUTH OF RIVERS OF THE SAKHALIN ISLAND Darya A. Bobrova, Ekaterina N. Kazakova
    MODERN TECHNOGENESIS OF THE WORLD OCEAN: NATURE OF PROCESSES AND ECOLOGICAL PROBLEMS Antonina L. Suzdaleva, Victor N. Beznosov
    THE USE OF UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLES FOR MONITORING THE CONDITION OF OWNERLESS FLOOD CONTROL HYDRAULIC STRUCTURES OF THE TRANS-BAIKAL TERRITORY Konstantin A. Kurganovich, Andrey V. Shalikovskiy, Maxim A. Bosov, Denis V. Kochev
    RELATION OF EXTREMES OF MINIMUM WINTER RIVER FLOW WITH TEMPERATURE AND ICE FACTORS Elena V. Gurevich <br />A UNIFIED ASSESSMENT OF THE QUANTITY AND QUALITY OF THE SEIM RIVER WATER FLOW USING NEW AUTOMATED TECHNOLOGY El'vira А. Rumyantseva, Nelly N. Bobrovitskaya, Ekaterina S. Sukhonogova
    SPECIALITY OF LOW RELEASE CALCULATIONS ON SMALL RIVERS ON THE EXAMPLE OF THE OREDEZH RIVER Alexey Yu. Vinogradov, Tatiana А. Vinogradova, Viktor A. Obyazov, Vitaly А. Khaustov, Ivan А. Vinogradov
    NON-ERODING WATER VELOCITIES FOR INCOHERENT BOTTOM SEDIMENTS Alexey Yu. Vinogradov, Viktor A. Obyazov, Tatiana А. Vinogradova, Mariya M. Kadatskaya

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  • Hydrosphere. Hazard processes and phenomena
    Volume 1 Issue 4

    Issue articles:
    ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT OF USING SMALL RIVER FOR LOG DRIVING Alexey Yu. Vinogradov, Tatiana А. Vinogradova, Mariya M. Kadatskaya, Svetlana I. Sazonova, Sergey V. Hvalev
    ASSESSMENT OF ROUGHNESS COEFFICIENT VALUE Alexey Yu. Vinogradov, Tatiana А. Vinogradova, Viktor A. Obyazov, Mariya M. Kadatskaya
    ON THE INFLUENCE OF ICE COVER ON THE UNDERGROUND COMPONENT OF RIVER FLOW Mikhail L. Markov, Elena V. Gurevich
    THE STUDY OF THE DEBRIS-FLOWS DYNAMICS ON AN EXPERIMENTAL STAND Nikolay A. Kazakov, Darya A. Bobrova, Ekaterina N. Kazakova, Svetlana V. Rybal'chenko
    POSSIBILITIES OF CATCHMENT’S TRANSPIRATION ASSESSMENT BASED ON SAP FLOW MEASUREMENTS: THE PROBLEM STATEMENT Tatiana S. Gubareva, Sergei Yu. Lupakov, Boris I. Gartsman, Vladimir V. Shamov, Alexey V. Rubtsov, Nadezhda K. Kozhevnikova
    THOUGHTS ABOUT HYDROLOGY Yurii B. Vinogradov

     

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  • Hydrosphere. Hazard processes and phenomena
    Volume 1 Issue 3

    Issue articles:
    FORMATION OF SUMMER RAIN FLOODS ON THE CHITA RIVER (TRANSBAIKALIA) Elena V. Noskova, Natalya V. Rakhmanova, Irina L. Vakhnina
    AVALANCHE GEOSYSTEMS OF SAKHALIN ISLAND AND KURIL ISLANDS Nikolay A. Kazakov, Semen P. Zhiruev, Mariya S. Drevilo
    AN ASSESSMENT OF THE SIMILARITY OF SNOWSTORM AVALANCHING IN THE KHIBINY MOUNTAINS Pavel A. Chernous, Aleksandr V. Volkov
    VARIABLITY OF VELOCITIES OF VERTICAL WATERCOURSE DEFORMATIONS OF PLAIN RIVERS UNDER CONDITIONS OF PRIILMEN LOWLAND (BY THE EXAMPLE OF PORUSIA RIVER) Alexey Yu. Vinogradov, Viktor A. Obyazov, Mariya M. Kadatskaya
    MINIMUM FLOW OF RIVERS OF THE BLACK SEA COAST OF THE RUSSIA Mikhail L. Markov, Elena V. Gurevich, Alexey Yu. Vinogradov
    POSSIBILITIES OF THE LONG-RANGE INFLOW FORECAST TO THE BUREYSKAYA RESERVOIR Boris I.Gartsman, Oleg V. Sokolov, Sergei Yu. Lupakov

     

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  • Hydrosphere. Hazard processes and phenomena
    Volume 1 Issue 2

    Issue articles:
    PHASE TRANSITIONS IN THE DEBRIS FLOW GEOSYSTEMS Nikolay A. Kazakov
    THE WATER LEVEL REGIME OF LAKE ILMEN Alexey Yu. Vinogradov, Viktor A. Obyazov, Dmitriy A. Subetto, Mariya M. Kadatskaya, Ivan A. Vinogradov
    HYDROECOLOGICAL FEATURES OF THE REVERSE FLOW ON THE SUCHONA RIVER DURING THE SPRING FLUID Anatoly V. Bely
    FORECASTING OF THE EXTREME WINTER LOW FLOW FOR THE NORILKA RIVER Sergey A. Zhuravin, Mikhail L. Markov
    THEORETICAL CALCULATION OF THE VALUE OF THE VON KARMAN CONSTANT Alexey Yu. Vinogradov, Mariya M. Kadatskaya
    CALCULATION OF THE MORPHOMETRIC CHARACTERISTICS OF THE CLOSURE CHANNEL AND THE EXTREME DISCHARGE DURING BREAKTHROUGHS OF GROUND DAMS Tatiana А. Vinogradova, Мiron А. Makushin, Ivan А. Vinogradov, Еvgeni А. Parfenov, Mariya M. Kadatskaya, Svetlana I. Sazonova
    TO THE QUESTION ABOUT CALCULATION OF DEBRIS-FLOWS DISCHARGE AND HIGHER DEBRIS-FLOWS HORIZONS OF 1% AND 5% REPEATABILITY Nikolay A. Kazakov

     

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  • Hydrosphere. Hazard processes and phenomena
    Volume 1 Issue 1

    Issue articles:
    MASS FORMATION OF DEBRIS-FLOWS IN THE LOW MOUNTAINS OF SAKHALIN ISLAND: CONDITIONS AND REPEATABILITY Nikolay A. Kazakov
    EVALUATION OF DEBRIS FLOW DYNAMIC CHARACTERISTICS BY VIDEO MATERIALS Dariia P. Sokolova, Viktoriia A. Kurovskaia, Andrey A. Ostashov, Nikolay A. Kazakov
    ASSESSMENT OF THE USSURI RIVER FLOOD REGIME CHANGES REGARDING TO CLIMATE PROJECTIONS TO THE END OF THE XXI CENTURY Boris I.Gartsman, Sergei Yu.Lupakov
    NATURAL RISKS AND STRATEGY OF THE WATER AVAILABILITY RESEARCH OF TERRITORIES Sergey A. Zhuravin, Mikhail L. Markov
    HISTORY OF FORMATION OF THE RIVERS OF SOUTH PRILIMENIUM IN HOLOTSEN Alexey Yu. Vinogradov, Alexey Yu. Vinogradov, Mariya M. Kadatskaya
    ON RATIONALIZATION OF THE SNOW CHARACTERISTIC MEASUREMENTS FOR THE ASSESSMENT OF SNOWPACK STABILITY ON A SLOPE Pavel A. Chernous
    EXISTING ISSUES OF HYDROLOGY CALCULATIONS. PART 1 Alexey Yu. Vinogradov, Arkady M. Doganovsky, Victor A. Obyazov  

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