IEC SB RAS - Lyudmila P. Alexeeva

Lyudmila P. Alexeeva

Scope of expertise

A specialist in hydrogeology of frozen zone of the lithosphere. Research interests include solving the problem of formation of underground waters of different geochemical types in the regions under contrasting climatic conditions.

  1. Alexeev, S.V. & Alexeeva L.P. (2003). – The burial of drainage waters of Udachnaya kimberlite pipe into permafrost . – Permafrost, 1, 1-4.
  2. Alexeev, S.V. & Alexeeva, L.P. (2003). – Hydrogeochemistry of the permafrost zone in the central part of the Yakutian diamond-bearing province, Russia. – Hydrogeology Journal, 11(5), 574-581.
  3. Alexeev, S.V. & Alexeeva, L.P. (2002). – Ground ice in the sedimentary rocks and kimberlites of Yakutia, Russia . – Permafrost and Periglacial Processes, 13, 53-59.
  4. Shouakar-Stash, O., Alexeev, S.V., Frape, S.К., Alexeeva, L.P. & Drimmie, R.J. (2007). – Geochemistry and stable isotopic signatures, including chlorine and bromine isotopes of the deep groundwaters, of the Siberian platform, Russia. – Applied Geochemistry, 22(3), 589-605.
  5. Alexeev, S., Arzhannikov, S. & Alexeeva, L. (2007). – The evolution of permafrost in the western part of the Todzha depression, Russia. – Geomorphology, 91(1-2), 124-131.
  6. Alexeev, S.V., Alexeeva, L.P. & Kononov, A.M. (2012). – Cryopegs of the Yakutian diamond-bearing province (RUSSIA. – In: Groundwater Quality Sustainability (IAH Selected Papers). – CRC Press/Balkema, 101-107.
  7. Alexeev, S.V., Alexeeva, L.P., Kononov, A.M. & Shmarov, G.P. (2013). – New opportunities to effective tailing storage operation (JSC "ALROSA", Russia). – Procedia Earth and Planetary Science, 7, 10-13.
  8. Alexeev, S.V., Alexeeva, L.P. & Kononov, A.M. (2014). – Cryogenic deformation structures in Late Cenozoic unconsolidated Ssdiments of the Tunka Depression in the Baikal Rift Zone. – Permafrost and Periglacial Processes, 25(2), 117-126.

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1949 and USSR Academy of Sciences Presidium Decree, dated February 24, 1949 as a response to the foundation of the Branch. It was renamed into the East-Siberian Geological Institute in 1957; since 1962, it had been known as the Institute of the Earth’s Crust SB AS USSR and obtained its current name in 1992.

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