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Geocryological monitoring, temperature measurements, permafrost dynamics, climate change

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«Earth`s Cryosphere», 2016, Vol. XX, № 3, p. 23-31

Background geocryological monitoring in Northern Transbaikalia region

D.O. Sergeev1, J.V. Stanilovskaya1, G.Z. Perlshtein1, V.E. Romanovsky2, A.P. Bezdelova3,
D.M. Alexutina4, M.M. Bolotyuk4, A.N. Khimenkov1, V.N. Kapralova1, R.G. Motenko4, A.N. Maleeva4

1 Sergeev Institute of Environmental Geoscience, RAS, 13, build. 2, Ulansky per., Moscow, 101000, Russia; sergueevdo@mail.ru
2 Geophysical Institute of University of Alaska Fairbanks, 903 Koyukuk Drive, Fairbanks, AK 99775-7320, USA;
veromanovsky@alaska.edu
3 Institute of Global Climate and Ecology, 20b, Glebovskaya str., Moscow, 107258, Russia; bezdelova55@rambler.ru
4 Lomonosov Moscow State University, Department of Geology, 1, Leninskie Gory, Moscow, 119991, Russia;
aleksyutina@gmail.com

The observation results for the Chara River Basin and its mountain frame (Northern Transbaikalia) are summarized and analyzed. A suggestion is made to develop the natural-dynamics (“background”) permafrost monitoring, which includes long-term automated measurements of ground temperature and water content, as well as hand-operated active layer depth measurements. The main principles of the background monitoring and the possible ways of interaction with other types of environmental observations are described.

Geocryological monitoring, temperature measurements, permafrost dynamics, climate change
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