Anatolii Tsyplenkov

Anatolii Tsyplenkov
Lomonosov Moscow State University | MSU · Laboratory for Soil Erosion and Fluvial Processes, Faculty of Geography

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Introduction
Hej! I'm currently working at the Makkaveev Lab of Soil Erosion and Fluvial Processes, Lomonosov Moscow State University. I'm doing research in soil erosion and sediment transport using in-situ measurements as well as modelling. Projects range from small mountainous rivers to large scale catchments. R enthusiast. Some thoughts about sediments & info about me: https://atsyplenkov.ru/
Additional affiliations
February 2016 - December 2022
Lomonosov Moscow State University
Position
  • Researcher
October 2015 - October 2018
Lomonosov Moscow State University
Position
  • PhD Student
Education
September 2010 - June 2015
Lomonosov Moscow State University
Field of study
  • Hydrology

Publications

Publications (31)
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Due to specific environmental conditions, headwater catchments located on volcanic slopes and valleys are characterized by distinctive hydrology and sediment transport patterns. However, lack of sufficient monitoring causes that the governing processes and patterns in these areas are rarely well understood. In this study, spatiotemporal water disch...
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PurposeThe sediment dynamics of (peri-)glacial catchments can be highly variable and complex. Understanding these dynamics and their underlying causes is not only of interest from a scientific perspective but also required to address the practical problems with which they are often associated. In order to better understand the sediment dynamics of...
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Suspended sediment yields from glacierized catchments are often among the highest in the world, and their sediment dynamics can be highly variable. This study was undertaken in the 9.1 km² glacierized catchment of the Djankuat River located in the Russian part of the Northern Caucasus. The outlet of the study catchment is a hydrological gauging sta...
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Quantifying and understanding catchment sediment fluxes is crucial both from a scientific and environmental management perspective. To deepen the understanding of land use impacts and climate change on sediment load, we explore factors controlling the suspended sediment load formation in the Northern Caucasus during the Anthropocene. We examine how...
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This paper discusses the joint impact of catchment complexity in topography, tectonics, climate, land-use patterns, and lithology on the suspended sediment yield (SSY, t km −2 year −1) in the Caucasus region using measurements from 244 gauging stations (GS). A Partial Least Square Regression (PLSR) was used to reveal the relationships between SSY a...
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Soil erosion and sediment export from hillslopes are significant problems associated with agriculture, especially in parts of the world where society is already living in extreme environments. In particular, mountainous environments remain severely understudied, with only a few runoff and sediment transport measurements available. It is necessary,...
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The potential of construction of machine learning models was considered as applied to water level forecasting in mountain river reaches in Krasnodar Krai based on observation data on water levels at automated hydrological complexes of the Automated System of Flood Conditions Monitoring in Krasnodar Krai. The study objects were two mountain rivers i...
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Data on the main climatic (air temperature, precipitation) and hydrologic (water runoff, suspended sediment yield) factors of extreme erosion events (EEEs) formation and development are collected and analyzed for the Crimean Mountain territory. A significant increase in air temperature is observed over the territory of Crimea. The change in the amo...
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Quantifying and understanding catchment sediment yields is crucial both from a scientific and environmental management perspective. To deepen the understanding of land use impacts and climate change on sediment load, we explore mechanisms of the suspended sediment yield formation in the Northern Caucasus during the Anthropocene. We examine how sedi...
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На основе использования комплекса полевых методов и расчетов по эрозионным моделям выпол-нена оценка перераспределения наносов и транспортируемого совместно с ними 137 Сs на водосборе Щекинского водохранилища (Тульская область) и определено изменение содержания 137 Сs в почвах различных типов, произошедшее за период 1986-2018 гг. Темпы смыва почв н...
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Redistribution of sediments and Chernobyl-derived 137 Сs transported with them were estimated using a set of field methods and erosion model calculations for the Shchekino reservoir (Tula region) catchment, and changes in the contents of 137 Сs in soils of various types that occurred over 1986-2018 were determined. The rate of snowmelt soil erosion...
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Vast areas of Europe were contaminated by the fallout of 137Cs and other radionuclides, as a result of the Chernobyl accident in 1986. The post-fallout redistribution of Chernobyl-derived 137Cs was associated with erosion and sediment transport processes within the fluvial system. Bottom sediments from lakes and reservoirs can provide a valuable so...
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The overall increase in precipitation and the frequency of extreme rainfall is confirmed by several meteorological observations both on the Black Sea coast of the Caucasus. In this context, research on the drivers of an extreme meteorological event becoming a severe flood and an extreme geomorphological (erosion) event becomes especially important....
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The subtropical zone of the Black Sea coast of the Caucasus is a region with a high frequency of flash floods, which led to significant river channel transformation and the removal of a huge amount of sediment. The hydrometeorological causes of the formation are investigated and the geomorphological consequences of the powerful flash flood on the T...
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The restructuring of the lower reach of the Koiavgan Creek channel (the right bank tributary of the Djankuat River) occurred on 1 July 2015 after continuous rainfall with a total precipitation amount of 227 mm. This led to the breakthrough of the Djankuat Glacier lateral moraine. The lower reach of the creek channel was initially formed at the junc...
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This study presents a dataset on long-term multidisciplinary glaciological, hydrological, and meteorological observations and isotope sampling in a sparsely monitored alpine zone of the North Caucasus in the Djankuat research basin. The Djankuat glacier, which is the largest in the basin, was chosen as representative of the central North Caucasus d...
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Processes linked to climate change and intensified anthropogenic pressure influence the environment, the hydrology and by extent the denudation processes in the Caucasus mountain belt. Quantitative assessments of sediment fluxes and their temporal evolution in this mountain region are required for various environmental and engineering purposes, inc...
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Channel bank erosion was monitored using erosion pin arrays in a small mountain stream located in the Tsanyk River basin near the Caucasian Black sea coast. The study area is characterized by high precipitation, low mountainous topography, and flysch bedrock. Erosion pins arrays were installed at six key sections each with different bank lithology...
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Processes linked to climate change and intensified anthropogenic pressure influence the environment, the hydrology and by extent the denudation processes in the Caucasus mountain belt. Quantitative assessments of sediment fluxes and their temporal evolution in this mountain region are required for various environmental and engineering purposes, inc...
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Suspended sediment yield (SSY) from the Djankuat catchment, situated in the Central Caucasus (Russia), were monitored intensively during 2017 melt season (from June to September). The Djankuat stream is draining a small (9.1 km2) basin hosting glacierized areas of about 33.8%. Water discharge (Q, m3·s−1) and suspended sediment concentration (SSC, g...
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Тhis study aims to evaluate features of the formation and sources of the basin component of the sediment yield during flash floods. Measuring campaigns were conducted in the weakly disturbed section of the Tsanyk River basin, located in the Greater Sochi area in the foothill-lowland zone of the Caucasus Black Sea coast. We used a set of field and c...
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The study presents a dataset on long-term complex glaciological, hydrological, meteorological observations and isotopes sampling in an extremely underreported alpine zone of the North Caucasus. The Djankuat research basin is of 9.1km², situated on elevations between 2500–4000m, by 30% covered with glaciers. The biggest in the basin – the Djankuat g...
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Sediment monitoring and assessment remain one of the most challenging tasks in fluvial geomorphology and water quality studies. As a response to various environmental and human disturbance effects, the main sources and pathways of the sediments transported within catchments, especially most pristine small one, may change. The paper discusses state-...
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Abstract: a comparative assessment of small river basin component of suspended sediment yield generated due to extreme runoff events is the main topic of paper. Two small river basins located in wet (Black Sea coast of Western Caucasus, Russia) and dry (Sicily island, Italy) subtropics in the low mountains were selected. Both river basins are chara...
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The article provides a brief information about legislative prerequisites that leaded to huge amount of projects aimed on flood area assessment. Based on Moscow’s water bodies typification a goal setting of related water resources justification and high level assessment is provided. The water body location and size, the level of human impact on chan...
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The article summarizes the experience of studying hazardous channel processes for optimizing protection precautions for economic infrastructure objects located along the Avacha river banks. The results of the researches, aimed at the long-term planning of the safe operation of bridges and pipelines crossings and settlements in the Yelizovsky Distri...
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Исследуются сезонные особенности формирования стока наносов малой реки Сухая Ели- зовская, протекающей на склонах действующих вулканов Авачинский и Корякский (Камчат- ский край). На основе обобщения полевых наблюдений и эрозионного моделирования MUSLE приводятся сведения о внутрисуточных (с интервалом 5–10 минут) и сезонных колебаниях сто- ка воды...
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Paper is devoted to the study of seasonal features of sediment run-off formation of the Sukhaya Elizovskaya small river, flowing on the active volcanoes Avachinsky and Koryaksky slopes (the Kamchatka region). Informations about diurnal (at 5–10 minutes interval) and seasonal fluctuations of water and sediments run-off in different geologic-geomorph...
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Sediment transport is determined by diurnal, within year and long-term regime of water flow fluctuations. Diurnal oscillations reflecting variations in the melt rate of snow and ice in the basin are superimposed by the numerous short-lived discharge fluctuations of irregular periodicity and magnitude. Due to the increase of water flow at the daily...

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Questions (3)
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Is there any way to compute snow-melt erosion with Universal Soil Loss Equation? How can I change rainfall erosivity factor to snow-melt erosivity?
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I've got only 20-min rainfall intensity data (I20). Can anybody suggest me how to calculate rainfall erosivity (R-factor from RUSLE) using this data? There is no possibility for me to use original equation using I30 and I don't want to use other empirical relationships with mean annual precipitation (mm) etc.
Any papers about this theme would be really good.
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What equation is using for LS calculation in basic terrain analysys in SAGA GIS? Do anybody know the reference to it?

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The project is focused on semi-emphirical and modeling study of flows, concentrations, modes and loads of heavy metals, metalloids and nutrients fluxes of the major rivers of Arctic. At the outlets of the largest Siberian rivers in the Russian Arctic (Ob, Yenisey, Lena and the Kolyma) regular hydrological and geochemical stations will be organized to monitor on the regular basis during different water regime periods water, sediment and partcilate and dissolved modes of heavy metals, metalloids and nutrients fluxes.
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Sediment monitoring and assessment remain one of the most challenging tasks in fluvial geomorphology and water quality studies. As a response to various environmental and human disturbance effects, the main sources and pathways of the sediments transported within catchments, especially most pristine small one, may change. The project discusses state-of-the-art in the sediment budget research for small catchments. We identified nine independent approaches in the sediment transport assessment and applied them in 11 catchments across Eurasia. These methods were classified as: i) Field-based methods (In-situ monitoring of sediment transport;– Soil morphological methods and dating techniques; Sediment source fingerprinting; Sediment-water discharge relationships), ii) GIS and remote sensing approaches (Riverbed monitoring based on remote sensing/historical maps; parametrization of the channel sediment connectivity; Sediment transport remote sensing modeling), and iii) Numerical approaches (Soil erosion modeling and gully erosion (stochastic and empirical models); channel hydrodynamic modeling). We present the background theory and application examples of all selected methods. Linking field-based methods and datasets with numerical approaches, process measurements as well as monitoring can provide enhanced insights into sediment transfer and related water quality impacts. Adopting such integrated and multi-scale approaches in a sediment budget framework might contribute to improved understanding of hydrological and geomorphological responses.
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To evaluate the influence of extreme erosion events of different scales on the relief evolution in the different part of Eurasia based on combination of techniques including monitoring of intensity of different exogenic processes in flass-flood affected small river basin, interpretation of satellite images of high quality maded before and after extreme erosion events, systematization and following typization of published data about extreme erosion events and their consequences in the different parts of Eurasia. Evaluation of contribution of natural and anthropogenic factors in the origin of extreme erosion events