Покровский Олег Сергеевич

Raudina T.V., Loiko S.V., Lim A.G., Manasypov R. M., Shirokova L.S., Istigechev G.I., Kuzmina D.M., Kulizhsky S.P., Vorobyev S.N., Pokrovsky O. S. Permafrost thaw and climate warming may decrease the CO2, carbon, and metal concentration in peat soil waters of the Western Siberia Lowland //Sci. Total Environ. 2018. Vol. 634. P. 1004-1023.
Pokrovsky O. S., et al. Discovery of a silicate rock-boring organism and macrobioerosion in fresh water //Nat. Commun. 2018. Vol. 9, № 1. P. 2882-1-2882-11.
Gélabert A., Pokrovsky O. S., Schott J., Feurtet-Mazel A. Surface complexation modeling of interactions between freshwater and marine diatom species and trace elements (Mo, W, Cr, Ge, Ga, Al) //Chemical Geology. 2018. Vol. 494. P. 117-126.
Pokrovsky O. S., et al. Photodegradation of river dissolved organic matter and trace metals in the largest European Arctic estuary //Sci. Total Environ. 2018. Vol. 622-623. P. 1343-1352.
Pokrovsky O. S., et al. Metal contaminations impact archaeal community composition, abundance and function in remote alpine lakes //Environ microbiol. 2018. Vol. 20, № 7. P. 2422-2437.
Pokrovsky O. S., Karlsson J., Giesler R. Freeze-thaw cycles of Arctic thaw ponds remove colloidal metals and generate low-molecular-weight organic matter //BIOG. 2018. Vol. 137, № 3. P. 321-336.
Pokrovsky O. S., et al. Origin of elemental carbon in snow from western Siberia and northwestern European Russia during winter-spring 2014, 2015 and 2016 //Atmos. Chem. Phys. 2018. Vol. 18, № 2. P. 963-977.
Pokrovsky O. S., et al. Small changes in Cu redox state and speciation generate large isotope fractionation during adsorption and incorporation of Cu by a phototrophic biofilm //Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta. 2018. Vol. 220. P. 1-18.
Pokrovsky O. S., et al. Interaction of freshwater diatom with gold nanoparticles: Adsorption, assimilation, and stabilization by cell exometabolites //Minerals. 2018. Vol. 8, № 3. P. 99-1-99-15.
Pokrovsky O. S., et al. Eurasian river spring flood observations support net Arctic Ocean mercury export to the atmosphere and Atlantic Ocean //PNAS. 2018. Vol. 115, № 50. P. E11586-E11594.