Ananitcheva Maria

Leading Researcher
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Glaciology Department

Research interests

Glacioclimatology, fluctuations of glaciers, projection of the evolution of glacier systems, assessment of glaciers by remote sensing, mapping glaciological characteristics of the glacial systems, mountain reserch. Study areas: Byrranga Mountains, Northeast Russia, Koryak Highlands, glacial systems of Chukotka, Russian Subarctic and Antarctic

Leading authorof the international projectSWIPAnd SWIPA-follow-UP;Leading authorof the international project on Arctic AACA;Member of the Associationof CryosphereSciencesInternational Union of Geodesyand Geophysics (IUGG); Member ofthe Intergovernmental Panel onClimate Change(IPCC)

Selected publications:

  • Maria D. Ananicheva& Andrey Karpachevsky  Glaciers of the Orulgan Range: assessment of the current state and possible development for the middle of the 21st century  Environmental Earth Sciences,  August 2015, Volume 74, Issue 3, pp 1985-1995
  • The secondassessment reportabout climate changeand their impacton the territory ofthe Russian Federation.2014. Roshydromet, Section 4.The impact ofclimate change onnatural land systems.Leadauthors -AnanichevaM.D., Krenke A.N.
  • M.D. Ananicheva, G.A. Kapustin A.Y. Mikhailov Glaciers of Meynypilgynsky Range: current status and forecast of the glacier systems evolution, 2012. // Ice and snow. N 2 (118), 40-50
  • M.D. Ananicheva The current state of the glaciers of the Koryak Highlands and evaluation of their evolution to the middle of 21st century, 2012 // Ice and snow.N 1 (117), 15-24.
  • Terry V. Callagan, Margareta Johansson, Jeff Key, Terry Prose, Maria Ananicheva and Alexander Klepikov. Feedbacks and Interactions: From the Arctic Cryosphere to the Climate System // Ambio Vol. XL, Suppl.1 2011. P. 75-86
  • M. D. Ananicheva, A. N. Krenke, and R. G. Barry The Northeast Asia mountain glaciers in the near future by AOGCM scenarios, 2010 // The Cryosphere, 4, 435-445
  • Ananicheva M.D. and Krenke A.N. (2008) Evolution of fields of the glaciological parameters at glacier systems in the North-East Siberia. In: Changes of natural environment and climate: natural and possible consequent human-induced catastrophes. Vol., Part 2. Natural processes in polar regions. Ed. V. M. Kotlyakov, IG RAS Publishing, Moscow, pp. 125-133
  • Ananicheva, M.D., Krenke A.N. Mountain glaciation (by the example of NorthEast of Siberia and Kamchatka) in the Chapter "Glaciation and snow cover in North Eurasia in immediate future. in: Glaciation in North Eurasia in the Recent Past and Immediate Future. Ed. V.M. Kotlyakov. Moscow, "Nauka" , 2007, 277-293
  • Maria D. Ananicheva, Michael M. Koreisha and Shuhei Takahashi Assessment of glacier shrinkage from maximum in the LIA in the Suntar-Khayata Range, North-East Siberia – Japanese Society of Snow and Ice. BulletinofGlaciologicalResearch 22 (2005) p.9-17
  • Maria D. Ananicheva, Alexander N. Krenke Evolution of Climatic Snow Line and Equilibrium Line Altitudes- North-Eastern Siberia Mountains in the 20th Century. - Ice and Climate News, The WCRP Climate and Cryosphere Newsletter, N 6, July 2005, 1-6.
  • KondratievK.Ya., Losev K.S, Ananicheva M.D., Chesnokova I.V. Stability of life on Earth. Springer- Praxis. 2004 – 165 pp.
  • Yuriy M Kononov, Maria D. Ananicheva, and Ian Willis. High resolution reconstruction of Polar Ural glaciers mass balance for the last millennium – Annals of glaciology, 41. Papers from the International Symposium on Arctic Glaciology, held in Geilo, 23-27, August 2004. IGS, Cambridge, 163-171
  • YuriyKononov, Maria Ananicheva and Natalia Davidovich. Northern Eurasia response on global climate change. – Proceeding of the 2nd International Symposium on Arctic Environment Tokyo 20-26 February 2000, Mem. Nat. Inst. PolarRes., Spec. Issue, 54, 2001
  • Ananicheva M.D., Davidovich N.V. Glaciation of the Suntar-Khayata Ridge at climatic optima. – Proceeding of the International Symposium “Atmosphere-Ocean-Cryosphere interaction in the Okhotsk sea and surrounding environment”, Sapporo, 12-19 December 2000, Japan.