Peer-reviewed publications of Elena Shevnina



Submitted

Shevnina E., Assessment of climate change impact on the river peak flow regime in the Russian Arctic, Boreal Environment Research

Accepted

Savoskul O. and Shevnina E., Irrigated Crop Production in the Syr Darya Basin: Climate Change Rehearsal in the 1990s, Invited contribution to the book Climate Change and Agricultural Water Management in Developing Countries (Edited by C. T. Hoanh, R. Johnston and V. Smakhtin), CABI, Accepted

Shevnina E., Kurzeneva E., Kovalenko V. and Vihma T., Assessment of extreme flood events in changing climate for a long-term planning of socio-economic infrastructure in the Russian Arctic, Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, Accepted.



2014

Shevnina E. (2014), Changes of maximal flow regime in Arctic, Stoitel'stvo unikal'nyh zdaniy Construction of Unique Buildings and Structures. 7(22). Pp. 128-141 (in Russian)



2013

Shevnina E (2013), Algorithm to calculate the spring flood characteristics from observed daily discharges. 1 (95), Problemy Arctici i Antarktiki/The problems of Arctic and Antarctic. Pp. 44-50 (in Russian)



2012

Shevnina E (2012), The validation procedure for the stochastic model to forecast the multi-decade spring flood flow, Problemy Arctici i Antarktiki/The problems of Arctic and Antarctic. 3(93). Pp. 40-50 (in Russian)

Kovalenko V., Gaydukova E., Viktorova N., Khaustov V., Gromova M., Shevnina E., Devyatov V. (2012), The method of short term forecasting of a daily discharges, Russian Meteorology and Hydrology. # 10. Pp. 65-70 (in Russian)



2011

Shevnina E. (2011), Analysis of the multi-year statistical stationary of the spring flood flow time-series for the selected watersheds in the Russian Arctic, Problemy Arctici i Antarktiki/The problems of Arctic and Antarctic. 1(87). Pp. 56-64 (in Russian)

Shevnina E. (2011), On a method to estimate the economical hazard in the regions with expected substantial changes of peak flow characteristics: example of Komi Republic, Uchenye zapiski RGGMU/The scientific reports of Russian State Hydrometeorological University. # 18. Pp. 193-203 (in Russian)

Shevnina E. (2011), On the relationship of the mean values of an annual precipitation amount and spring flood flow: the Russian Arctic rivers case, Uchenye zapiski RGGMU/The scientific reports of Russian State Hydrometeorological University. # 20. Pp. 6-12 (in Russian)

Shevnina E. (2011), The stochastic model parametrization to represent a regime of spring flooding for the territory of the Russian Arctic, Uchenye zapiski RGGMU/The scientific reports of Russian State Hydrometeorological University. # 21. Pp. 38-46 (in Russian)



2010

Kovalenko V., Victorova N., Gaydukova E., Gromova M., Khaustov V., Shevnina E. (2010), Guidelines on robust runoff estimation for projected hydraulic structures under non-steady climate. 51 p. (in Russian)

Kovalenko V., Gaydukova E., Khaustov V., Gromova M., Devyatov V., Shevnina E. (2010), Assessment methodology of the climate change hydrological response for the Russian North, Uchenye zapiski RGGMU/The scientific reports of Russian State Hydrometeorological University. #14. Pp. 14-19 (in Russian)



2009

Shevnina E. (2009), Methods of the long-range forecasting of the dates of the spring flood beginning and peak flow in the estuary sections of the Ob and Yenisei rivers, Russian Meteorology and Hydrology. #1. Pp. 75-84



2008

Shevnina E., Solov'eva Z. (2008), Long-term variability and the methods of forecasting dates of the ice break-up in the mouth area of the Ob and Yenisei rivers, Russian Meteorology and Hydrology. #7. Pp. 75-84

Savoskul O., Shevnina E., Perziger F., Baburin V., Danshin A. (2008), How much water will be available for irrigation in the future? The SyrDarya Basin, In Aerts, J.C.J.H., Droogers, P. Eds "Climate change in contrasting river basins". CABI publishing. 2004. Pp. 93-113