List of publications

Vadim A. Kravchinsky

including downloadable data sets and software packages

(also see at Google Scholar)

 

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1. Peer reviewed publications

(names of my students are in bold, corresponding author status is shown by * when not the 1st author)

 

73. Wu, L., Kravchinsky, V.A., Gu, Y.J., Potter, D.K.   Absolute reconstruction of the closing of the MongolOkhotsk Ocean in the Mesozoic elucidates the genesis of the slab geometry underneath Eurasia. Journal of Geophysical Research, 2017.  http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/2017JB014261/full    

 

72. Kravchinsky, V.A.   Magnetostratigraphy of the Lake Baikal sediments: A unique record of 8.4 Ma of continuous sedimentation in the continental environment.   Global and Planetary Change 152, 209–226, 2017. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0921818116305768  

 

71. Wu, L., Kravchinsky*, V.A., Potter, D.K.    Apparent polar wander paths of the major Chinese blocks since the Late Paleozoic: Toward restoring the amalgamation history of east Eurasia.  Earth-Science Reviews 171, 492519, 2017. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0012825216301477

 

70. Anwar, T., Hawkins, L., Kravchinsky, V.A., Biggin, A.J., Pavlov, V.E.   Microwave paleointensities indicate a low paleomagnetic dipole moment at the Permo-Triassic boundary.   Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors 260, 62–73, 2016.  http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0031920116301017 open access

 

69. Jensen, B.J.L., Evans, M.E., Froese, D.G., Kravchinsky, V.A.   150,000 years of loess accumulation in central Alaska.   Quaternary Science Reviews 135, 1–23, 2016.  http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0277379116300014 

 

68. Chen, J., Liu, X., Kravchinsky, V.A., Lv, B.; Chen, Q.   Post-depositional forcing of magnetic susceptibility variations at Kurtak section, Siberia.  Quaternary International, 2015, http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1040618215013713  .  

 

67. Anwar, T., Kravchinsky*, V.A., Zhang, R.    Magneto- and cyclostratigraphy in the red clay sequence: New age model and paleoclimatic implication for the Eastern Chinese Loess Plateau.  Journal of Geophysical Research, 2015, doi: 10.1002/2015JB012132,  http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/2015JB012132/full     

 

66. Chen, J., Kravchinsky*, V.A., Liu, X.   The 13 million year Cenozoic pulse of the Earth.  Earth and Planetary Science Letters 431, 256–263, 2015, doi:10.1016/j.epsl.2015.09.033,  http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0012821X15006081     

 

65. Wu, L., Kravchinsky, V.A., Potter, D.K.   A new MATLAB toolbox for absolute plate motion reconstructions from paleomagnetism.  Computers & Geosciences 82, 139–151, 2015.    doi:10.1016/j.cageo.2015.06.009,     http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0098300415001405   

You may download the software affiliated with this manuscript from http://www.ualberta.ca/~vadim/software.htm

 

64. Kravchinsky, V.A.  Geomagnetism.  Encyclopedia of Scientific Dating Methods, 298-301, 2015. Springer.  http://link.springer.com/referenceworkentry/10.1007/978-94-007-6304-3_133    

 

63. Chen, J., Liu, X., Kravchinsky, V.A.   Response of the high‐resolution Chinese loess grain size record to the 50°N integrated winter insolation during the last 500,000 years. Geophysical Research Letters 41 (17), 6244–625, 2014, doi: 10.1002/2014GL060239,  http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/2014GL060239/abstract   

 

62. Wu, L., Kravchinsky, V.A.  Derivation of paleo-longitude from the geometric parametrization of apparent polar wander path: implication for absolute plate motion reconstruction.  Geophysical Research Letters 41 (13), 4503–4511, 2014, doi: 10.1002/2014GL060080,  http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/2014GL060080/abstract        Movie 1, Movie 2.

Matlab file containing all the reconstructed plate geometries during 0–140 Ma can be downloaded from here ReadMe.pdf and Data Zip File.

 

61. Hnatyshin, D., Kravchinsky, V.A.  Paleomagnetic dating: Methods, MATLAB software, example.  Tectonophysics 630, 103–112, 2014, doi: 10.1016/j.tecto.2014.05.013, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.tecto.2014.05.013     

You may download the software affiliated with this manuscript from http://www.ualberta.ca/~vadim/software.htm

 

60. Kuz’min, M.I., Yarmolyuk, V.V., Kravchinsky, V.A.   Plutonic Geodynamics as the Mechanism of Earth Evolution.  Science in Russia 6, 10–19, 2013. English version at http://dlib.eastview.com.login.ezproxy.library.ualberta.ca/browse/publication/640  

 

Кузьмин, М.И., Ярмолюк, В.В., Кравчинский, В.А.  Глубинная геодинамика – основной механизм развития Земли.  Наука в России. 2013. Russian version at http://www.ras.ru/publishing/nauka.aspx   

 

59. Kravchinsky, V.A., Langereis, C.G., Walker, S.D., Dlusskiy, K.G., White, D.    Discovery of Holocene millennial climate cycles in the Asian continental interior: Has the sun been governing the continental climate? Global and Planetary Change 110, 386–396, 2013.  http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0921818113000775  

 

58. Blanco, D., Kravchinsky, V.A., Konstantinov, K.M., Kabin, K.   Paleomagnetic dating of Phanerozoic kimberlites in Siberia.   Journal of Applied Geophysics 88, 139–153, 2013.    

 

57. Blanco, D., Kravchinsky, V.A., Valet, J.-P., Ali, A., Potter, D.K.   Does the Permo-Triassic Geomagnetic Dipole Low Exist?   Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors  204/205, 11–21, 2012.    

 

56. Zhang, R., Kravchinsky*, V.A., Yue, L.   Link between Global Cooling and Mammalian Transformation across the Eocene-Oligocene Boundary in the Continental Interior of Asia. International Journal of Earth Sciences 101 (8), 21932200,  DOI 10.1007/s00531-012-0776-1, 2012.    

 

55. Kravchinsky, V.A.   Paleozoic large igneous provinces of Northern Eurasia: Correlation with mass extinction events.  Global and Planetary Change  86-87, 31–36, 2012.    

 

54. Kuz’min, M.I., Yarmolyuk, V.V., Kravchinsky, V.A.   Phanerozoic Within-Plate Magmatism of North Asia: Absolute Paleogeographic Reconstructions of the African Large Low-Shear-Velocity Province.   Geotectonics   45 (6), 415–438, 2011.  

 

Кузьмин М.И., Ярмолюк В.В., Кравчинский В.А.   Фанерозойский внутриплитный магматизм Северной Азии: абсолютные палеогеографические реконструкции Африканской низкоскоростной мантийной провинциию.  Геотектоника 6, 323, 2011.

 

53. Evans, M.E., Jensen, B.J.L., Kravchinsky, V.A., Froese, D.G.   The Kamikatsura event in the Gold Hill loess, Alaska. Geophysical Research Letters  38, L13302, doi:10.1029/2011GL047793, 2011.    

 

52. Kuz’min, M.I., Yarmolyuk, V.V., Kravchinskii, V.A.    Absolute Paleogeographic Reconstructions of the Siberian Craton in the Phanerozoic: A Problem of Time Estimation of Superplumes.   Doklady Earth Sciences (Doklady Akademii Nauk)  437 (Part 1), 311–315, 2011.    

 

Кузьмин М.И., Ярмолюк В.В., Кравчинский В.А.    Абсолютные палеогеографические реконструкции Сибирского континента в фанерозое: кпроблеме оценки времени существования суперплюмов.   Доклады Академии наук, 437 (1), 68–73, 2011.

 

51. Courtillot, V. Kravchinsky, V.A., Quidelleur, X., Renne, P.R., Gladkochub, D.P.    Preliminary dating of the Viluy traps (Eastern Siberia): Eruption at the time of Late Devonian extinction events?   Earth and Planetary Science Letters 300, 239–245, 2010.      

 

50. Zhang, R., Kravchinsky V.A., Zhu, R., Yue, L.   Paleomonsoon route reconstruction along a W–E transect in the Chinese Loess Plateau using the anisotropy of magnetic susceptibility: Summer monsoon model.  Earth and Planetary Science Letters  299, 436–446, 2010.   

 

49. Kuzmin, M.I., Yarmolyuk, V.V., Kravchinsky*, V.A.    Phanerozoic hot spot traces and paleogeographic reconstructions of the Siberian continent based on interaction with the African large low shear velocity province. Earth-Science Reviews 102, 29–59, 2010.  http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0012825210000681   

 

48. Kravchinsky, V.A., Sklyarov, E.V., Gladkochub, D.P., Harbert, W.P.    Paleomagnetism of the Precambrian Eastern Sayan rocks: Implications for the Ediacaran–Early Cambrian paleogeography of the Tuva-Mongolian composite terrane.  Tectonophysics 486, 65–80, 2010. 

 

47. Kravchinsky, V.A., Eccles, D.R., Zhang, R., Cannon, M.   Paleomagnetic dating of the Northern Alberta kimberlites. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 46, 231–245, 2009. 

 

46. Кузьмин, МИ, ЕБ Карабанов, ЕВ Безрукова, АА Бычинский, АА Прокопенко, ВА Кравчинский, ВФ Гелетий, ЭП Солотчина, ГК Хурсевич, АВ Горегляд, МА Крайнов.   Изменение климата и природной среды Центральной Азии в позднем кайнозое на основе изучения глубоководных скважин из озера Байкал // Глобальные и региональные изменения климата и природной среды позднего кайнозоя в Сибири, 2008.-Новосибирск: Изд-во СО РАН.-Гл. 1., 11-105, ISBN 978-5-7692-0873-7, 2008.

 

Kuzmin, MI, Karabanov, EB, Bezrukova, EB, Bychinsky, AA, Prokopenko, AA, Kravchinsky, VA, Geletiy, VF, Solotchina, EP, Khursevich, GK, Goreglyad, AV, Kraynov, MA.      Climate and environment change in Central Asia in the Late Cenozoic on the basis of the study of deepwater wells from Lake Baikal.       In: Late Cenozoic global and regional environmental and changes in Siberia. Editor: Derevianko, A.P. Novosibirsk: Publishing House of the Siberian Branch RAS. Chapter 1, 11-105, ISBN 978-5-7692-0873-7, 2008. See on google books

 

45. Kravchinsky, V.A., Zykina, V.S., Zykin, V.S.   Magnetic indicator of global paleoclimate cycles in Siberian loess-paleosol sequences. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 265, 498–514, 2008.    

 

44. Hankard, F., Cogné J.-P., Lagroix F., Kravchinsky, V.A., Bayasgalan, A., Lkhagvadorj, P.    Paleomagnetic results from Paleocene basalts from Mongolia reveal no inclination shallowing at 60 Ma in Central Asia. Geophysical Journal International 172, 87–102, 2008.   

 

43. Schmitt, D.R., Han, Z., Kravchinsky, V.A., Escartin, J.   Seismic and magnetic anisotropy of serpentinized ophiolite: Implications for Ocean spreading ratedependent anisotropy, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 261, 590–601, 2007.     

 

42 Kravchinsky, V.A., Evans, M.E.,  Peck, J.A., Sakai, H., Krainov, M.A., King, J.W., Kuzmin, M.I.   A 640kyr geomagnetic and paleoclimatic record from Lake Baikal sediments. Geophysical Journal International, 170 (1), 101–116, doi:10.1111/j.1365-246X.2007.03411.x, 2007.  

 

41. Hankard F., J.-P. Cogné, V.A. Kravchinsky, L. Carporzen, A. Bayasgalan, P. Lkhagvadorj.   New Tertiary paleomagnetic poles from Mongolia and Siberia at 40, 30, 20, and 13 Ma: Clues on the inclination shallowing problem in central Asia, Journal of Geophysical Research   112, B02101, doi:10.1029/2006JB004488, 2007.  

 

40. Cogné, J.-P., Kravchinsky, V.A., Halim, N., Hankard, F.    Late Jurassic–Early Cretaceous closure of the Mongol-Okhotsk Ocean demonstrated by new Mesozoic palaeomagnetic results from the Trans-Baikal area (SE Siberia). Geophysical Journal International 163 (2), 813–832, doi:10.1111/j.1365-246X.2005.02782.x, 2005. 

 

39. Hankard F., Cogné, J.-P., Kravchinsky. V.A.   A new Late Cretaceous paleomagnetic pole for the west of Amuria block (Khurmen Uul, Mongolia). Earth and Planetary Science Letters 236, 359-373, 2005.  

 

38. Bezrukova, E., A. Bukharov, V. Bychinsky, S. Fedenya, V. Gelety, A. Goreglyad, I. Gorokhov, A. Gvozdkov, E. Ivanov, G., Kalmychkov, T. Kawai, E. Kerber, B. Khakhaev, M. Khomutova, G.Khursevich, V. Kochukov, V. Krainov, V. Kravchinsky, N. Kudryashov, N. Kulagina, M. Kuzmin, P. Letunova, O. Levina, S. Ochiai, L.Pevzner, A. Prokopenko P. Solotchin, A., Tanaka, L. Tkachenko, D. Williams, J. Yamaguchi.     A new Quaternary record of regional tectonic, sedimentation and paleoclimate changes from drill core BDP-99 at Posolskaya Bank, Lake Baikal. Quaternary International 136, 105–121, 2005.  http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1040618204002083

 

37. Bezrukova, E., A. Bukharov, V. Bychinsky, S. Colman, S. Fedenya, A. Gorokhov, V. Geletii, A. Goreglyad, I. Gorokhov, E. Ivanov, T. Kawai, G. Kalmichkov, E. Karabanov, E.Kerber, B. Khakhaev, M. Khomutova, G. Khursevich, V. Kochukov, V. Kravchinsky, M. Krainov, S. Krapivina, N. Kudryashov, M. Kuz'min, N. Kulagina, P. Letunova, O. Levina, L. Pevzner, A. Prokopenko, C. Scholz, P. Solotchin, L. Tkachenko, D. Williams.    High-resolution sedimentary record in a new BDP-99 core from Posolsk Bank in Lake Baikal. Russian Geology and Geophysics (AGU distributed), 45(2), 149-174, 2004.     in English;     in Russian

 

36. Kravchinsky, V.A., Krainov, M.A., Evans, M.E., Peck, J.A., King, J.W., Kuzmin, M.I., Sakai, H., Kawai, T., Williams, D.    Magnetic record of Lake Baikal sediments: chronological and paleoclimatic implication for the last 6.7 Ma. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 195, 281-298, 2003.    

 

35. Kuz'min, M.I., Al'mukhamedov, A.I., Yarmoltyuk, V.V.,  Kravchinsky, V.A.      Rift and with-in plate magmatism in the context of hot and cold mantle fields. Russian Geology and Geophysics  44 (12), 1270-1279, 2003.  

 

34. Kuz'min, M.I., Al'mukhamedov, A.I., Yarmoltyuk, V.V., Kravchinsky, V.A.      Rifting and rift-related magmatism in zones of spreading and hot and cold mantle fields. In: Problems of global geodynamics, Ed.: Kuz'min M.I., GEOS, Moscow, 7-37, 2003. In Russian.  

 

33. Sakai, H., Nomura, S., Horii, M., Kashiwaya, K., Kawai, T., Kravchinsky, V., Peck, J.    Paleomagnetism and paleo-environmental magnetism studied on BDP98 sedimentary cores from Lake Baikal. In: Kashiwaya K. (Ed.), Long Continental Records from Lake Baikal. Springer-Verlag, Tokyo, 233-243,2003.   

 

32. Kravchinsky, V.A., Sorokin, A.A., Courtillot, V.    Paleomagnetism of Paleozoic and Mesozoic sediments of southern margin of Mongol-Okhotsk ocean, Far East of Russia.   Journal of Geophysical Research 107, B10, 2253, EPM 10-1 - 10-15, 2002.

 

31. Kravchinsky, V.A., J.-P. Cogné, W. Harbert, and M.I. Kuzmin.   Evolution of the Mongol-Okhotsk Ocean with paleomagnetic data from the suture zone. Geophysical Journal International 148, 34-57, 2002.  

 

30. Kravchinsky, V.A., K.M. Konstantinov, V. Courtillot, J.-P. Valet, J.I. Savrasov, S.D. Cherniy, S.G. Mishenin, and B.S. Parasotka.    Palaeomagnetism of East Siberian traps and kimberlites: two new poles and palaeogeographic reconstructions at about 360and 250 Ma. Geophysical Journal International, v. 148, 1-33, 2002.

 

29. Krainov, M.A., Kravchinsky, V.A., Kuzmin, M.I.     Comparison of paleoclimatic events in Lake Baikal for 500 Kyr on a basis of magnetic susceptibility profiles. In: Main regularities of global and regional environmental and climatic changes in Siberia during Late Cenozoic, Eds. Vaganov E.A., Derevyanko, A.P., Grachev M.A., Zykin, V.S. Published by Institute of Archeology and Ethnography of Siberian Branch of Russian Academy of Sciences, Novosibirsk, 286-289, 2002.  

 

28. The new BDP-98 600-m drill core from Lake Baikal: a key late Cenozoic sedimentary section in continental Asia.   V. Antipin, T. Afonina, O. Badalov, E. Bezrukova, A. Bukharov, V. Bychinsky, A. A. Dmitriev, R. Dorofeeva, A. Duchkov, O. Esipko, T. Fileva, V. Gelety, V. Golubev, A. Goreglyad, I.Gorokhov, A. Gvozdkov, Y. Hase, N. Ioshida, E. Ivanov, I. Kalashnikova, G.Kalmychkov, E. Karabanov, i, S. Kashik, T. Kawai, E. Kerber, B. Khakhaev, O.Khlystov, G. Khursevich, M. Khuzin, J. King, K. Konstantinov, V. Kochukov, M. Krainov, V. Kravchinsky, N. Kudryashov, L. Kukhar, M. Kuzmin, K. Nakamura, Sh. Nomura, E. Oksenoid, J.Peck, L. Pevzner, A. Prokopenko, V. Romashov, H. Sakai, I. Sandimirov, A. Sapozhnikov, K. Seminsky, N. Soshina, A. Tanaka, L. Tkachenko, M. Ushakovskayaand D. Williams, Quaternary International  80-81, 3-18, 2001.    

 

27. Sakai, H., S. Nomura, S. Araki, K. Kashiwaya, Y. Tani, Y. Shibata, T. Kawai, V.A. Kravchinsky, J.A. Peck, J.W. King.  Magnetic susceptibility studies on surface sediments of Lake Baikal and Lake Biwa, Russian Geology and Geophysics  42, #1-2, 56-63, 2001. In Russian.

 

26. Krainov, M.A., V.A. Kravchinsky, J.A. Peck, H. Sakai, J.W. King, and M.I. Kuzmin.  Paleoclimate record of the Lake Baikal sediments with magnetic susceptibility studying result, Russian Geology and Geophysics 42, #1-2, 87-97, 2001.    

 

25. Kuzmin, M.I., E.B. Karabanov, T. Kawai, D. Williams, V. Bychinsky, E. Kerber, V. Kravchinsky, E.Bezrukova, A. Prokopenko, V. Geletii, G. Kalmychkov, A. Goreglyad, V. Antipin, M.Yu. Khomutova, N. Soshina, E. Ivanov, G. Khursevich, L. Tkachenko, E.P.Solotchina, N. Ioshida, and A. Gvozdkov.  Deep Drilling on Lake Baikal: Main results. Russian Geology and Geophysics  42, #1-2, 8-34, 2001. In Russian.   

 

24. Kravchinsky, V.A., K.M. Konstantinov, and J.-P. Cogné. Palaeomagnetic study of Vendian and Early Cambrian rocks of South Siberia and Central Mongolia: was the Siberian platform assembled at this time? Precambrian Research 110 (1-4), 61-92, 2001.   

 

23. Kravchinsky, V.A., Sorokin, A.A.   Paleomagnetism of the Devonian sediments of the Oldoy terrane.   Doklady Earth Sciences (Doklady Akademii Nauk)  376(6), 789-793, 2001. In Russian.   In Russian     and  in English    

 

22. Sakai, H., S. Nomura, M. Horii, K. Kashiwaya, A. Tanaka, T. Kawai, V. Kravchinsky, J. Peck, and J. King,   Paleomagnetic and rock-magnetic studies on Lake Baikal sediments-BDP96 borehole at Academician Ridge. In: Lake Baikal: A mirror in time and space for understanding global change processes, ed. Minouran, K., Elsevier Science, Amsterdam, 35-52, 2000.     

 

21. Paleoclimatic record in the Late Cenozoic sediments of lake Baikal (by 600 m deep-drilling data). The Baikal Drilling Project group (V. Antipin, T. Afonina, O. Badalov, E. Bezrukova, A. Bukharov, V. Bychinsky, D. Williams (USA), A. Gvozdkov, V. Geletiy, V. Golubev, A. Goregljad, I. Gorokhov, A. Dmitriev, R. Dorofeeva, A. Duchkov, O. Esipko, E. Ivanov, N. Yoshoda (Japan), T. Kawai(Japan), I. Kalashnikova, G. Kalmichkov, E. Karabanov, E. Kerber, J. King(USA), K. Konstantinov, V. Kochukov, V. Kravchinsky, M. Krainov, L. Koukhar, N. Kudrjashev, M. Kuzmin, K. Nakamura (Japan), Sh. Nomura (Japan), E. Oksnoid, L. Pevzner, J. Peck (USA), A. Prokopenko, V. Romashev, H. Sakai (Japan), I. Sandimirov, A.Sapozhnikov, K. Seminsky, N. Soshina, L. Tkachenko, M. Ushakovskaya, T. Fileva, B. Khakhaev, O. Khlystov, M. Khuzin, G. Khursevich). Russian Geology and Geophysics 41, # 1, 3-32, 2000. In Russian and English. 

 

20. Kazansky A.Yu., V.A. Kravchinsky, V.S. Zykina, G.G. Matasova, D.V. Metelkin, The applicability of magnetic methods for revealing of climatic signal in loess-soil sequences of Siberia In: Problems of climatic and environmental reconstructions in Holocene and Pleistocene in Siberia; Editor A.P. Derevyanko. Publ. House of Russian Academyof Science, Siberian Branch, OIGGM, 191-202, 1998. In Russian.    

 

19. Halim, N., V. Kravchinsky, S. Gilder, J.-P. Cogné, M. Alexutin, A. Sorokin, V. Courtillot, and Y. Chen, A palaeomagnetic study from the Mongol-Okhotsk region: rotated Early Cretaceous volcanics and remagnetized Mesozoic sediments, Earth and Planetary Science Letters 159,133-145, 1998.    

 

18. Antipin, V., A. Bishaev, A. Bukharov, R. Dorofeeva, A. Duchkov, A. Fedotov, V.Gelety, E. Golberg, V. Golubev, A. Goreglyad, M. Grachev, A. Gvozdkov, N.Ioshida, V. Kachukov, G. Kalmychkov, S. Kazantsev, E. Karabanov, T. Kawai, B. Khakhaev, O. Khlystov, Sh. Khorie, J. King, V. Kravchinsky, L. Kukhar, M. Kuzmin, O. Levina, E.Lykhoshvay, N. Logachev, D. Lykov, M. Mandelbaum, V. Mats, N. Nowaczyk, H. Oberhänsli, J. Peck, L. Pevzner, A. Prokopenko, A. Sapozhnikov, M. Shvab, B. Tomilov, S. Vorob'eva, D. Weil, D. Williams, N. Zheleznyakov, T. Zheleznyakova, and G. Zibirova. A continues record of climate changes of the last 5 million years stored in the bottom sediments of Lake Baikal. Russian Geology and Geophysics 39(2), 139-156,1998. In Russian.

 

17. Kuzmin, M.I., E.M. Karabanov, V.F. Geletij, V.S. Antipin, A.V. Goregljad, G.V.Kalmichkov, A.N. Gvozdkov, V.A. Kravchinsky, and A.A. Prokopenko, A continuousrecord of Central Asia climate changes in lake Baikal base deposits behind the last five millions years In: Geodynamic reorganizations of lithosphere. Editors: N.L. Dobretsov, V.I.Kovalenko. Novosibirsk, Publ. House of Russian Academy of Science, Siberian Branch, OIGGM, 58-72, 1998. In Russian.    

 

Кузьмин М.И., Карабанов Е.М., Гелетий В.Ф., Антипин В.С., Горегляд А.В., Калмычков Г.В., Гвоздков А.Н., Кравчинский В.А., Прокопенко А.А. Непрерывная запись изменений климата Центральной Азии в донных осадках озера Байкал за последние пять миллионов лет. Глобальные изменения природной среды / Под ред. НЛ Добрецова, ВИ Коваленко. Новосибирск, Изд-во СО РАН, НИЦ ОИГГМ СО РАН, 58-72, 1998.

 

16. Kravchinsky, V.A., Peck, J.A., Sakai, H., King, J.W., Nomura, S., Tanaka, A., Kuzmin, M.I., Williams, D., Kawai, T. Magnetostratigraphy scale of Late Cenozoic of Central Asia due todata obtained from Baikal Drilling Project. In: Geodynamic reorganizations of lithosphere. Editors: N.L. Dobretsov, V.I. Kovalenko. Novosibirsk, Publ. House of Russian Academy of Science, Siberian Branch, OIGGM, 73-78, 1998. In English and Russian.   

 

15. Grachev, M.A., Ye.V. Likhoshway, S.S. Vorobyova, O.M. Khlystov, E.V. Bezrukova, E.V. Vainberg, E.L. Goldberg, L.Z. Granina, E.G. Kornakova, F.I. Lazo, O.V. Levina, P.P. Letunova, P.V. Otinov, V.V. Pirog, A.P. Fedotov, S.A. Yashkevich, V.A. Bobrov, F.V. Sukhorukov, V.I. Rezchikov, M.A. Fedorin, K.V. Zolotaryov, and V.A. Kravchinsky, Signal of the paleoclimates of Upper Pleistocene in the sediments of lake Baikal. Russian Geology and Geophysics 5, 30-48, 1997.  In English. 

 

МА Грачев, ЕВ Лихошвай, СС Воробьева, ОМ Хлыстов, ЕВ Безрукова, ЕВ Вейнберг, ЕЛ Гольдберг, ЛЗ Гранина, ЕГ Корнакова, ФИ Лазо, ОВ Левина, ПП Летунова, ПВ Отинов, ВВ Пирог, АП Федотов, СА Яскевич, ВА Бобров, ФВ Сухоруков, ВИ Резчиков, МА Федорин, КВ Золотарев, ВА Кравчинский. Сигналы палеоклиматов верхнего плейстоцена в осадках озера Байкал. Геология и геофизика 5, 957-980, 1997. In Russian.   

 

14. Antipin, V., E. Baranova, A. Bardardinov, E. Bezrukova, V. Bobrov, A. Bukharov,E. Callader, G. Chernyaeva, S. Colman, P. Dolgikh, R. Dorofeeva, A. Duchkov, S. Efremova, V. Fialkov, T. Fileva, S. Fowell, N. Fuji, L. Golobokoval, A.Goreglyad, M. Grachev, L. Granina, T. Gunicheva, Gvozdkov, H. Haraguchi, A. Hayashida, P. Hern, S. Horie, I. Ignatova, A. Ikeda, S. Ito, R. Ishivatari, I. Kalashnikova, E. Karabanov, S. Kashik, T. Kawai, B. Khakhaev, O. Khlystov, V.Khrachenko, T. Khramtsova, J. King, S. Kochikov, T. Kocho, E. Kornakova, V. Kravchinsky, M. Kuzmin, F. Lazo, P. Letunova, O. Levina, O. Likhoshvai, N. Logachev, N. Lutskaya, V. Lykov, M. Markova, A. Marui, V. Mats, V. Mazilov, V. Misharina, N. Myoshi, T.Nakamura, K. Ogura, T. Ohta, W. Orem, V. Pampura, J. Peck, L. Pevzner, O.Proidakova, T. Rasskazova, H. Sakai, H. Sawatari, P. Shanks, M. Shimaraeva, E. Stoermer, E. Stolbova, K. Takemura, A. Takeuchi, V. Tatarnikova, B. Tomilov, K. Toyoda, S. Vorob'eva, E. Wada, D. Williams, K. Yamada, S. Yamada, T. Yokoyama, R. Yuretich. Preliminary results of the first scientific drilling on lake Baikal, Buguldeika Site, South-eastern Siberia. BDP-93 Quaternary International, 37, 3-17, 1997.     

 

13. Williams D., M.I. Kuzmin, T. Kawai, B.N. Khakhaev, L.A. Pevzner, E.B. Karabanov, J. Peck, J. King, V. Kravchinsky, V. Gelety, G. Kolmychkov, A. Gvozdkov, A.A. Prokopenko, H. Tsukahara, H. Oberhansli, M. Schwab, D. Weil, M.A. Grachev, O. Khlystov, and A. Mondelbaum. Continuous continental paleoclimate record forthe last 5 Million years revealed by Leg II of Lake Baikal Drilling. Baikal Drilling Project Members. EOS, 1997.   

 

12. Williams, D.F., J. Peck, E.B. Karabanov, A.A. Prokopenko, V. Kravchinsky, J. King, and M.I. Kuzmin.      Lake Baikal record of continental climate response to orbital insolation during the past 5 million years.    Science  278, 1114-1117, 1997.    

 

11. Xu X., W. Harbert, S. Drill and V. Kravchinsky. New paleomagnetic data from the Mongol-Okhotsk collision zone, Chita region, south-central Russia: implications for Paleozoic paleogeography of the Mongol-Okhotsk ocean. Tectonophysics  269, 113-129, 1997.    

 

10. Peck, J.A., J.W. King, S.M. Colman, and V.A. Kravchinsky, An 84 Kyr Palaeomagnetic record from the sediments of Lake Baikal, Siberia. Journal of Geophysical Research, 101, B5, 11365-11385, 1996.   

 

9. Kuzmin, M.I., and V.A. Kravchinsky, First paleomagnetic data for Mongol-Okhotsk fold belt. Russian Journal of Geology and Geophysics 37(1), 54-62, 1996. In Russian and English.  

 

8. Results of drilling of first hole on Lake Baikal in Buguldeika area. BDP-93 team, Russian Journal of Geology and Geophysics  36(2), 3-32, 1995. In Russian and English.   

 

7. Zhitkov, A.N., Kravchinsky, V.A., Konstantinov, K.M.   Paleomagnetic investigations in the Eastern Siberia. In: Geology, mineral resources and geoecology in the south regions of the Eastern Siberia. Irkutsk, Publ. House of East-Siberian Institute of Geology, Geophysics and Mineral Resources,53-60, 1994. In Russian.

 

6. Peck, J., J.W. King, S.M. Colman and V.A. Kravchinsky.    A rock-magnetic record from Lake Baikal, Siberia: Evidence for Late Quaternary climate change. Earth and Planetary Science Letters,122, 221-238, 1994.      

 

5. King, J.W., J. Peck, P. Gangemi, and V.A. Kravchinsky. Paleomagnetic and rock-magnetic studies of lake Baikal sediments: a progress report on paleoenvironmental interpretation and sedimentation rate estimates. Russian Journal of Geology and Geophysics 10/11, 1993, 174-191. In Russian.     

 

4. Lake Baikal Paleoclimate Project Members.  Initial Results of U.S.-Soviet Paleoclimate Study of Lake Baikal, Eos  43, 457, 460-462, 1992.   http://www.readcube.com/articles/10.1029%2F91EO00340?r3_referer     

 

3. Kravchinsky, V.A.   Horizontal movements of tectonic blocks of the Mongol-Okhotsk geosuture. In: Present geophysical investigations in Eastern Siberia. Irkutsk: Publ. House "Eastern Siberian Pravda", 102-105, 1990. In Russian.

 

2. Kravchinsky, V.A.   Application of paleomagnetic method when studying the problems of genesis and age of rocks and ores of the Ozeyrney polymetallic deposit. In: Acceleration of scientific-technical progress in geophysical investigations in the Eastern Siberia. Irkutsk: Publ. House "Eastern Siberian Pravda", 103-108, 1989. In Russian.

 

1. Kravchinsky, V.A.   Paleomagnetic stage-like pattern and evolution of reptiles. In: Geomagnetic investigations on the East of the USSR. Magadan: SVKNII DVNTs AN (Far East branch of Russian Academy of Science), 83-86, 1986. In Russian. 

 

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2. Other publications and industrial reports

 

9. Kravchinsky, V.A., K.M. Konstantinov, J.I. Savrasov, and A.N. Zhitkov. Paleomagnetic dating studies of kimberlites of Sredne-Markha and Malo-Botuoba areas. Final results for pipes Botuabinskaya and Mir, and preliminary data for pipes Nyurbinskaya and International (results of paleomagnetic studies for 1997-2000 year). Report on theme 01423419857. Ministry of Natural Resources, Irkutsk, East-Siberian Institute of Geology, Geophysics and Mineral Resources, pp. 183, 2000. In Russian.

 

8. Kravchinsky, V.A., K.M. Konstantinov, and D.P. Gladkochub. Paleomagnetic studies of key areas with basic and ultra-basic magmatic rocks in south of Eastern Siberia (results of paleomagnetic studies for 2000 year). Report on theme 01423412870. Ministry of Natural Resources, Irkutsk, East-Siberian Institute of Geology, Geophysics and Mineral Resources, pp. 104, 2000. In Russian.

 

7. Kravchinsky, V.A., K.M. Konstantinov, J.-P. Cogné, N. Halim, and M.Z. Khuzin, To obtain paleomagnetic poles of East Siberia for purpose of geodynamic model developing. Results of paleomagnetic studies for 1998-1999. Report on theme 01423412821. Ministry of Natural Resources, Irkutsk, East-Siberian Institute of Geology, Geophysics and Mineral Resources, pp. 90, 1999. In Russian.

 

6. Kravchinsky, V.A. and K.M. Konstantinov. To carry paleomagnetic investigations aimed at obtaining number of paleomagnetic poles for the basic geological formations of Vendian and Palaeozoic age of Eastern Trans-Baikal region (for the Geological survey of scale 1:200,000 and 1:1,000,000) for 1995-1997 years. Report on theme01423412695. Geological Committee of Russia, Irkutsk, East-Siberian Institute of Geology, Geophysics and Mineral Resources, pp. 193, 1997. In Russian.

 

5. Kravchinsky, V.A., Paleomagnetic study of Mongol-Okhotsk folded belt. Candidate of geological-mineralogical sciences (doctor of science) dissertation. Irkutsk State Technical University, pp. 181, 1996. In Russian.

 

4. Zhitkov, A.N., V.A. Kravchinsky, K.M. Konstantinov. To carry on paleomagnetic studies aimed at obtaining paleomagnetic data for the geodynamics of the eastern USSR (toward east of theYenisey River). Report on theme 01423412334 for 1991-1994. Geological Committee of Russia, Irkutsk, VostSibNIIGGiMS, 1994, 246 p. In Russian.

 

3. Kravchinsky, A.Ya., A.N. Zhitkov, V.A. Kravchinsky, K.M. Konstantinov. To develop paleomagnetic basis for geodynamic reconstructions of Baikal-Patom geodynamic map. Report on theme01423419039. Ministry of Geology of the USSR, Irkutsk, VostSibNIIGGiMS, 1990, 136 p. In Russian.

 

2. Kravchinsky, A.Ya., V.A. Kravchinsky, K.M. Konstantinov. Method-technic paleomagnetic investigations on south of East Siberia (Mama-Chuya mica province, Eravninsky ore province of Buriat republic).Report on theme 1423419551, Ministry of Geology of the USSR, Irkutsk, VostSibNIIGGiMS, 166 p., 1988. In Russian.

 

1. Kravchinsky, A.Ya., A.N. Zhitkov, Ya.S. Vinarsky, V.A. Kravchinsky, K.M. Konstantinov, To compile paleomagnetic data on south of East Siberia for making of paleomagnetic ground as basis for geodynamics and metallogenic reconstructions and consisting of paleomagnetic scales. Report on theme #1423419-505, Ministry of Geology of the USSR,Irkutsk, East-Siberian Research Institute of Geology, Geophysics and Mineral Resources (VostSibNIIGGiMS),297 p., 1987. In Russian.

 

 

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3. Invited Talks (since 1998):

 

16. An appraisal of the full geomagnetic vector in wind-blown sediments-does it have a future? AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts, 2013

15. MacEwan University, Physical Sciences Talk. Paleomagnetism: a journey from the last unknown ancient ocean to the snowball earth. 2013

14. Convener of the session, presenter EGU 2012

13. Utrecht University, The Netherlands 2011

12. Schmitt Institute of the Physics of Earth, Moscow, Russia 2011

11. Xi’an, Northwest University, China 2010

10. Xi’an, Chinese Academy of Sciences, 2010

9. Kravchinsky, V.A., Reexamining the long-term astronomical periodicities in the Lake Baikal deep drilling sediments, Toronto, AGU, May 2009 (convener of GP06: Environmental Magnetism: Established Methods and New Approaches).

8. Kravchinsky, V.A., Magnetostratigraphy as a tool to date and correlate drilling hole sediments: Lake Baikal essay Geological Survey or Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Colloquium/Seminar, June 2008.

7. Kravchinsky, V.A., Zykina, V.S., Zykin, V.S. Magnetic indicators of global paleoclimate cycles in Siberian Pleistocene loess paleosol sequences and Lake Baikal sediments. The 5th International Symposium on Terrestrial Environmental Changes in East Eurasia and Adjacent Areas. December 5-8, 2007.

6. Kravchinsky, V.A., Paleomagnetic dating of kimberlites from Siberia and Alberta Edmonton Geological Society (Edmonton) – keynote, 2005.

5. Kravchinsky, V.A., Evans M.E., Peck J.A., Krainov M.A., King J.W., Sakai H., and Kuzmin M.I. A 640 kyr geomagnetic and palaeoclimatic record from Lake Baikal. Invited talk at the joint meeting of European Geophysical Society and American Geophysical Union, April 2003, Nice, France, Geophysical Research Abstracts, Geophysical Research Abstracts, Vol. 5, 14040, 2003.

4. Kravchinsky V.A. Deep drilling in Lake Baikal: various resolution paleoclimatic and magnetic record. Workshop on Scientific Drilling in Canada’s Arctic, University of Alberta, Edmonton, March 29-30, 2003.

3. Kravchinsky, V.A. Workshop on Canadian participation in the International Continental Scientific Drilling Program (ICDP), 13-14 April 2002, Toronto.

2. Kravchinsky, V.A.   Triassic-Jurassic sections of the former USSR that might be potential target for paleoclimatic study. International Workshop for a Climatic, Biotic, and Tectonic, Pole-to-Pole Coring Transect of Triassic-Jurassic Pangea. Held June5-9, 1999 at Acadia University, Wolfville, Nova Scotia, Canada. This workshop was funded by the US National Science Foundation (NSF) and the International Scientific Drilling Program (ICDP-Potsdam. Report might be seen on http://www.ldeo.columbia.edu/~polsen/nbcp/report2.html

1. Kravchinsky, V.A. Paleomagnetic investigations of lake Baikal sediments and surrounded outcrops, Publ. of BICER, BDP and DIWPA Joint International Symposium on Lake Baikal, Yokohama, 1998.

 

4. Abstracts

 

 

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