Monitoring Network for Atmospheric and Soil Parameters Measurements in Permafrost Area of Buryatia, Russian Federation release_3eumv2c7ejhyrbha5ys3voimbq

by Nimazhap Badmaev, Aleksandr Bazarov

Published in Geosciences by MDPI AG.

(2018)

Abstract

The monitoring network for the measurement of atmospheric and soil climate parameters was created at the southern boundary of the permafrost zone within the territory of the Republic of Buryatia, Russian Federation. Based on the obtained data, the processes of soil freezing and thawing were studied. Negative temperatures in cold soils occurred within 5.5–6 months, whereas the subsoil was in a thawed state most of the year. On the contrary, permafrost-affected soils were thawed for 4.5–5 months, remaining frozen in the subsoil for most of the year. We propose referring to the observed spatial–temporal differences in the temperature dynamics as the "mirror imaging" of the distribution of heat and cold (frost) in the studied soils of the permafrost zone.
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