IEC SB RAS - Vladimir A. Golubev

Vladimir A. Golubev

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Scope of expertise: Conductive and convective heat flow. Gas hydrates and discharge of hydrocarbons through the bottom of waterways.

  1. Golubev, V.A. (2014). – Thermocapillary Marangoni convection as a mechanism of migration and accumulation of hydrocarbon gases in regions of thermal anomalies. – Doklady Earth Sciences, 458(1), 1178-1182.
  2. Golubev V.A. (2014). – Thermocapillary Marangoni convection in gas-bearing bottom sediments of Lake Baikal induced by their heating during in situ thermal conductivity measurements. – Doklady Earth Sciences, 459(2), 1598-1602.
  3. Golubev V.A. (2015). – Surface and internal energy of hydrocarbon gas bubbles as a factor of formation of gas deposits and related heat anomalies. – Doklady Earth Sciences, 464(1), 983-986.
  4. Crane K, Hecker B, Golubev V. Hydrothermal vents in Lake Baikal // Nature, 1991а, v. 350, p. 281.
  5. Crane K, Hecker B, Golubev V. Heat flow and hydrothermal vents in Lake Baikal // EOS, 1991b, Transactions. AGU, v. 72, № 52, p. 585.
  6. Golubev V.A. Evidence of presence of gas hydrates in Lake Baikal bottom sediments, based on in situ measurements of thermal conductivity // Annales Geophysicae of European Geophisical Society, 1998, Supplement I to vol. 16, p.296.
  7. Golubev V.A. Conductive and convective heat flow in the bottom of Lake Baikal  and in the surrounding mountains // Bull. Centre Rech. Explor.-Prod. Elf Aquitaine, 2000, vol. 22, № 2, p. 323-340.
  8. Golubev V.  Theoretical premises and factual confirmations to underestimation of heat-outflow from the interior of Baikal rift zone by conventional geothermal methods // Proceedings of the International Conference “The Earth’s thermal field and related research methods”, 2002а, Moscow.
  9. Golubev V., Klerkx J. Heat flow in Lake Tanganyika and Lake Malawi // Mus. Roy. Afr. Centr.., Tervuren (Belg.), Dept. Geol.Min., Rapp. Ann. 1991-1992, 1993, p. 65-72.
  10. Golubev V., Klerkx J., Kipfer R. Heat flow, hydrothermal vents and static stability of discharging thermal water in Lake Baikal (South-Eastern Siberia) // Bull. Centre Rech. Explor.-Prod. Elf Aquitaine, 1993, vol. 17, № 1, p. 53-65.
  11. Golubev V.A. (2007). – Conductive and convective heat output in the Baikal rift zone. – GEO, Novosibirsk, 222 pp. (in Russian).
  12. Golubev V.A. (1982). – Geothermics of Lake Baikal. – Nauka, Novosibirsk. 150 pp. (in Russian).

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