Alexander Shiklomanov

RESEARCH ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
Phone: (603) 862-4387
Office: Earth Systems Research Center, Morse Hall, Durham, NH 03824
A headshot of Alex Shiklomanov, a research assistant professor in the Earth Systems Research Center.

Dr. Shiklomanov received M.Sc. (1983) and PhD (1996) degrees from Russian Hydrometeorological State University, St. Petersburg. Since 1983 to 2000 Shiklomanov worked in the Arctic and Antarctic Research Institute (AARI), in Saint Petersburg as an engineer, research assistant, and research scientist. Dr. Shiklomanov joined the Water Systems Analysis Group in 1997 and currently serves as a Research Assistant Professor. The focuses of Alexander's research are on cold-region and Eurasian hydroclimatology, hydrological and water management modeling and analysis. Research interests include: hydrological monitoring systems; water balance and streamflow routing models; human activity and its influence on hydrology; climate change and hydrological systems; effect of land cover and land use change on hydrology.
Dr. Alexander Shiklomanov has more than 35 peer-reviewed publications. He is a co-developer of several regional hydrographic databases and a reviewer of multiple national and international scientific journals. Dr. Shiklomanov has been a Principal Investigator for several research projects sponsored by NASA and NSF.

Education

  • Ph.D., Hydrometeorological University
  • M.S., Hydrometeorological University
  • B.S., Hydrometeorological University

Selected Publications

Bring, A., Shiklomanov, A., & Lammers, R. B. (2017). Pan-Arctic river discharge: Prioritizing monitoring of future climate change hot spots. Earth's Future, 5(1), 72-92. doi:10.1002/2016ef000434

Shiklomanov, A., Prusevich, A., Gordov, E., Okladnikov, I., & Titov, A. (2016). Environmental science applications with Rapid Integrated Mapping and analysis System (RIMS). IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science, 48, 012034. doi:10.1088/1755-1315/48/1/012034

Gordov, E., Shiklomanov, A., Okladnikov, I., Prusevich, A., & Titov, A. (2016). Development of Distributed Research Center for analysis of regional climatic and environmental changes. IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science, 48, 012033. doi:10.1088/1755-1315/48/1/012033

Blunden, J., & Arndt, D. S. (2016). State of the Climate in 2015. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 97(8), Si-S275. doi:10.1175/2016bamsstateoftheclimate.1

Streletskiy, D. A., Tananaev, N. I., Opel, T., Shiklomanov, N. I., Nyland, K. E., Streletskaya, I. D., . . . Shiklomanov, A. I. (2015). Permafrost hydrology in changing climatic conditions: seasonal variability of stable isotope composition in rivers in discontinuous permafrost. Environmental Research Letters, 10(9), 095003. doi:10.1088/1748-9326/10/9/095003

Rawlins, M. A., Steele, M., Holland, M. M., Adam, J. C., Cherry, J. E., Francis, J. A., . . . Zhang, T. (2010). Analysis of the Arctic System for Freshwater Cycle Intensification: Observations and Expectations. Journal of Climate, 23(21), 5715-5737. doi:10.1175/2010jcli3421.1

Smith, L. C., Pavelsky, T. M., MacDonald, G. M., Shiklomanov, A. I., & Lammers, R. B. (2007). Rising minimum daily flows in northern Eurasian rivers: A growing influence of groundwater in the high-latitude hydrologic cycle. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences, 112(G4), n/a. doi:10.1029/2006jg000327

Peterson, B. J. (2002). Increasing River Discharge to the Arctic Ocean. Science, 298(5601), 2171-2173. doi:10.1126/science.1077445

Holmes, R. M., McClelland, J. W., Peterson, B. J., Shiklomanov, I. A., Shiklomanov, A. I., Zhulidov, A. V., . . . Bobrovitskaya, N. N. (2002). A circumpolar perspective on fluvial sediment flux to the Arctic ocean. Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 16(4). doi:10.1029/2001gb001849

Lammers, R. B., Shiklomanov, A. I., Vörösmarty, C. J., Fekete, B. M., & Peterson, B. J. (2001). Assessment of contemporary Arctic river runoff based on observational discharge records. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 106(D4), 3321-3334. doi:10.1029/2000jd900444

Most Cited Publications