Nasonova Olga Nikolayevna
Nasonova Olga Nikolayevna
Position:
Leading Researcher (PhD)
Department: DEPARTMENT OF AQUATIC ENVIRONMENT DYNAMICS

The author’s profiles:

Web of Science ResearcherID B-6093-2014

Elibrary: SPIN: 2664-6710, AuthorID: 60710

Position (at present): Leading Scientific Researcher of the Laboratory of Soil Water Physics, Institute of Water Problems, Russian Academy of Sciences.

Scientific degree: Ph.D.

Scientific interests: land surface – atmosphere interactions, modeling heat and water transfer in a soil–vegetation/snow cover–atmosphere system, water resources, agrometeorology, climate change and its impact on heat and water resources.

Education.

            · 1983 - M.Sc. from the Chair of Meteorology and Climatology of the Department of Geography of Moscow State University (diploma with honors). Majors: meteorology, climatology.

            · 1987 - Candidate of Technical Sciences (corresponds to Ph.D) from the Agrophysical Institute of the Russian Academy of Agricultural Sciences (St.-Petersburg, Russia). Majors: meteorology, climatology, agrometeorology. Ph.D thesis: "Estimation of Agroecological Inhomogeneity of Agricultural Areas".

Membership:

Member of the Int. Association of Hydrological Sciences (IAHS) from 1999 to the present.

Member of EGU–2006, 2009, 2014, 2020 (ID 322897)

Awards:

The main prize in 2008 from the International Academic Publishing Company “SCIENCE / INTERPERIODIC” for the best publication in journals of the Russian Academy of Sciences.

Participation in the International Projects:

1.           Field studies and processing initial data within the hydrological-atmospheric land surface experiment KUREX-91 (1991).
2.          "Heat and Water Exchange at the Land Surface Interface" supported by the State Department of the USA within the International Program "Man and biosphere" (1993–1994).
3.          The Project for Intercomparison of Land-surface Parameterization Schemes (PILPS), Phase-2a: Cabaw experiment (1994–1995).
4.          PILPS, Phase-2c: Red–Arkansas River basin experiment (1995–1996).
5.          PILPS, Phase-2d: Simulations of boreal grassland hydrology at Valdai, Russia (1996–1998).
6.          PILPS, Phase-2e: Simulation of high latitude hydrological processes in the Torne-Kalix basin (2000–2001).
7.          PILPS-C: Carbon (2001–2003).
8.          PILPS-2g: San Pedro-Sevilleta Experiment: Model Comparison over Semi-Arid Areas (2002–2004).
9.          Rhona – AGG (Rhona-AGGregation project) (2000–2002).
10.       SnowMIP (Snow Model Intercomparison Project) (2001).
11.       MOPEX (MOdel Parameter estimation EXperiment (2001).
12.       GSWP-2 (Second Global Soil Wetness Project) (2002–2003).
13.       ALMIP (African Monsoon Multi-disciplinary Analysis Land surface Model Intercomparison Project) (2006–2007).
14.       SnowMIP-2 (Second Snow Model Intercomparison Project) (2006–2007).
15.       ALMIP2 (Second African Monsoon Multi-disciplinary Analysis Land surface Model Intercomparison Project) (2012–2015).
16.       Second Inter‐Sectoral Impact Model Intercomparison Project (ISI-MIP2) (Since 2015).
17.       Earth System Models – Snow Models Itercomparison Project (ESM-SnowMIP) (Since 2016).

Scientific cooperation with the Institute of Hydrology of the Slovak Academy of Sciences (Bratislava). Scientific Projects: 

1. The processes of formation of water and carbon balances at the land surface and the impact of climatic changes on them (2005–2007).

2. The interaction between the land surface and the atmosphere (2008–2010).

3. Methods for assessing changes in the water balance components of river basins due to possible changes of climate and human activity (2011–2013).

Participation in the Russian grants:

1.      “Impact of the wind velocity on the vapour diffusion in dry surface layer of soil” supported by the International Science Foundation and the Russian Foundation for Basic Research (RFBR) (1995).

2.      RFBR, No 95-05-14244-a (1995–1997).

3.      RFBR, No 96-05-64509 (1996–1997).

4.      RFBR, No 98-05-64218 (1998–2000). 
5.      RFBR, No 02-05-64213 (2002–2004).

6.      RFBR, No 05-05-64161 (2005–2007).

7.      RFBR, No 08-05-00027 (2008–2010).

8.      RFBR, No 11-05-00015 (2011–2013).
9.      RFBR, No 12-05-31221 (2012).
10.   Mega-grant RF, 14.B25.31.0026. (2013–2016).
11.   RFBR, No 14-05-00027 (2014–2016).
12.   Russian Science Foundation, No 14-17-00700 (2014–2018).
13.   Russian Science Foundation, No 16-17-10039 (2016–2020). 
14.   RFBR, No. 17-05-00555 (2017–2019).
 

Participation in the international conferences and workshops:

1. 1993. Advances in Water Sciences. Slovak Republic, Stara Lesna.

2. 1994. The role of Water and Hydrological Cycle in Global Change. NATO Advanced Study Institute. Italy, Lucca, Il Ciocco.

3. 1995. Regional Workshop on Climate Variability and Climate Change Vulnerability and Adaptation. Czech Republic, Prague.

4. 1996. 1st European Conference on Applied Climatology. Sweden, Norrkoping.

5. 1996. Workshop: PILPS-2(c) results. USA, Princeton.

6. 1997. Regionalization in Hydrology. Germany, Braunschweig.

7. 1998. The Second International Conference on Climate and Water. Finland, Espoo.

8. 1998. 2nd European Conference on Aplied Climatology. Austria, Vienna.

9. 2001. Workshop: PILPS-2(e) results. USA, Seattle.

10. 2001. 26th General Assembly of the European Geophysical Society. Nice, France.

11. 2001. The sixth Scientific Assembly of the International Association of Hydrological Sciences (IAHS). Maastricht, The Netherlands.

12. 2001. Meeting. Slovak Republic, Bratislava, Institute of Hydrology of SAS.

13. 2001. Rhone-AGG experiment. France, Toulouse, Meteo-France.

14. 2002. Third International Conference on Water Resources and Environment Research at Dresden University of Technology, Germany.

15. 2003. Workshop: PILPS-C1 results. France, Gif-sur-Yvette.

16. 2003. IUGG2003, Japan, Sapporo.

17. 2003. 11th International Poster Day: Transport of Water, Chemicals and Energy in the Soil – Crop Canopy – Atmosphere System. Slovak Republic, Bratislava.

18. 2004. GSWP-2 meeting. Japan, Kyoto.

19. 2005. VIIth IAHS Scientific Assembly. Brazil, Foz do Iguacu.

20. 2005. Meeting. Slovak Republic, Bratislava, Institute of Hydrology of SAS.

21. 2006. EGU General Assembly 2006. Austria, Vienna.

22. 2007. IUGG2007. Italy, Perugia.

23. 2007. Meeting. Slovak Republic, Bratislava. Institute of Hydrology of SAS.

24. 2008. Hydro Predict 2008. Czech Republic, Prague.

25. 2009. EGU2009. Austria, Vienna.

26. 2010. Meeting. Slovak Republic, Bratislava. Institute of Hydrology of SAS.

27. 2010. EGU Leonardo 2010. Luxembourg.

28. 2012. BALWOIS 2012. Macedonia, Ohrid.

29. 2014. EGU-2014. Austria, Vienna.

30. 2015. IUGG2015. Czech Republic, Prague.

31. 2016. ISI-MIP Workshop. Germany, Potsdam.

32. 2017. SWAT conference. Poland, Warsaw.

33. 2017. 7th International Congress: Energy and Environment Engineering and Management. Spain, Las Palmos de Gran Canaria.

34. 2018. IWRM2018: International Water ResourcesManagement Conference of ICWRS. China, Beijing.

Books:

Gusev E.M and Nasonova O.N. Modelling Heat- and Water Exchange between the Land Surface and the Atmosphere. M.: Nauka, 2010. 328 p. ISBN 978-5-02-036958-0

Certificates:

Certificate of state registration of a computer program SWAP (Soil Water – Atmosphere – Plants) RU 2015662644 30.11.2015. Authors: Gusev E.M and Nasonova O.N. Request No. 2015619504, 08.10.2015.

Publications in Refereed Journals:

1. Budagovskii A.I., Nasonova O.N. The role of condensation in the soil water balance // Soviet Meteorology and Hydrolog. 1991. No. 9. P. 72–78.

2. Busarova O.Ye., Dzhogan L.Ya, Lozinskaya E.A., Nasonova O.N. Experimental determination of the dependence of transpiration rate on the stage of plant growth // IAHS Publ. 1993. No. 212. P. 35–39.

3. Lozinskaya E.A., Nasonova O.N. Extending the range of application of heat balance method for estimating eddy fluxes of heat and water vapor // Russian Meteorology and Hydrology. 1993. No.10. P. 14–19.

4. Gusev E.M., Busarova O.E., Nasonova O.N. On the problem of constructing stochastic models of variations in the evapotranspiration rate from the land surface // Water Resources. 1996. V. 23. No. 1. P. 1–7.

5. Gusev Ye.M., Nasonova O.N. Modeling annual dynamics of water supply in the root layer for argoecosystems of steppe and forest-steppe zones // Eurasian Soil Sciences, 1996. Vol. 29. No. 10. P. 1116–1122.

6. Gusev E.M., Busarova O.E., Nasonova O.N. Mesoscale modeling of soil water storage dynamics for heterogeneous areas // Water Resources. 1997. V. 24. No 1. P. 23–31.

7. Gusev Ye.M., Busarova, O.Ye. and Nasonova, O.N. On the possibility of statistical modelling of water-consumption deficit in agroecosystems // Water Resources, 1997. V. 24. No. 2. P. 128–133.

8. Chen T.H., Henderson-Sellers A., Milly P.C.D., Pitman A.J., Beljaars A.C.M., Polcher J., Abramopoulos F., Boone A., Chang S., Chen F., Dai Y., Desborough C.E., Dickinson R.E., Dumenil L., Ek M., Garratt J.R., Gedney N., Gusev Y.M., Kim J., Koster R., Kowalczyk E.A., Laval K., Lean J., Lettenmaier D., Liang X., Mahfouf J.-F., Mengelkamp H.-T., Mitchell K., Nasonova O.N., Noilhan J., Robock A., Rosenzweig C., Schaake J., Schlosser C.A., Schulz J.-P., Shao Y., Shmakin A.B., Verseghy D.L., Wetzel P., Wood E.F., Xue Y., Yang Z.-L., Zeng Q. Cabauw experimental results from the project for intercomparison of land-surface parameterization schemes // Journal of Climate. 1997. V.10. No. 6. P. 1194–1215.

9. Gusev Ye.M., Nasonova O.N. Modelling annual dynamics of soil water storage for agro- and natural ecosystems of the steppe and forest-steppe zones on a local scale // Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 1997. V. 85. No. 3–4. P. 171–191.

10. Gusev Ye.M., Busarova O.Ye., Nasonova O.N. Mesoscale modelling soil water stores dynamics for inhomogeneous areas // Acta hydrotechnica. 1997. V. 15. No. 19. P. 53–56.

11.Gusev Ye.M., Busarova O.Ye., Nasonova O.N. Modelling soil water  dynamics and evapotranspiration for heterogeneous surfaces of the steppe and forest-steppe zones on a regional scale // J. of Hydrology. 1998. V. 206. No. 3–4. P. 281–297.

12. Weiqing Qu, Henderson-Sellers A., Pitman A.J., Chen T.H., Abramopoulos F., Boone A., Chang S., Chen F., Dai Y., Diskinson R.E., Dumenil L., Ek M., Gedney N., Gusev Y.M., Kim J., Koster R., Kowalczyk E.A., Lean J., Lettenmaier D., Liang X., Mahfouf J.-F., Mengelkamp H.-T., Mitchell K., Nasonova O.N., Noilhan J., Robock A., Rosenzweig C., Schaake J., Schlosser C.A., Schulz J.-P., Shmakin A.B., Verseghy D.L, Wetzel P., Wood E.F., Yang Z.-L., Zeng Q. Sensitivity of latent heat flux from PILPS land-surface schemes to perturbations of surface air temperature // Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences. 1998. V. 55. No. 11. P. 1909–1927.

13. Gusev E.M., Nasonova O.N. Parameterization of heat and water exchange on land surface for coupling hydrologic and climate models // Water Resources. 1998. V. 25. No. 4. P. 383–393.

14. Gusev Ye.M., Nasonova O.N. The Land Surface Parameterization scheme SWAP: description and partial validation // Global and Planetary Change. 1998. V. 19. No. 1–4. P. 63–86.

15. Wood E.F., Lettenmaier D.P., Liang X., Lohmann D., Boone A., Chang S., Chen F., Dai Y., Dickinson R.E., Duan Q., Ek M., Gusev Ye.M., Habets F., Irannejad P., Koster R., Mitchell K.E., Nasonova O.N., Noilhan J., Schaake J., Schlosser A., Shao Y., Shmakin A.B., Verseghy D., Warrach K., Wetzel P., Xue Y., Yang Z.-L., Zeng Q.-c. The project for intercomparison of land-surface parameterization schemes (PILPS) phase-2(c) Red-Arkansas River basin experiment: 1. Experiment description and summary intercomparisons // Global and Planetary Change. 1998. V. 19. No. 1–4. P. 115–135.

16. Liang X., Wood E.F., Lettenmaier D.P., Lohmann D., Boone A., Chang S., Chen F., Dai Y., Desborough C., Dickinson R.E., Duan Q., Ek M., Gusev Ye.M., Habets F., Irannejad P., Koster R., Mitchell K.E., Nasonova O.N., Noilhan J., Schaake J., Schlosser A., Shao Y., Shmakin A.B., Verseghy D., Warrach K., Wetzel P., Xue Y., Yang Z.-L., Zeng Q.-c. The project for intercomparison of land-surface parameterization schemes (PILPS) phase-2(c) Red-Arkansas River basin experiment: 2. Spatial and temporal analysis of energy fluxes // Global and Planetary Change. 1998. V. 19. No. 1–4. P. 137–159.

17. Lohmann D., Lettenmaier D.P., Liang X., Wood E.F., Boone A., Chang S., Chen F., Dai Y., Desborough C., Dickinson R.E., Duan Q., Ek M., Gusev Ye.M., Habets F., Irannejad P., Koster R., Mitchell K.E., Nasonova O.N., Noilhan J., Schaake J., Schlosser A., Shao Y., Shmakin A.B., Verseghy D., Warrach K., Wetzel P., Xue Y., Yang Z.-L., Zeng Q.-c. The project for intercomparison of land-surface parameterization schemes (PILPS) phase-2(c) Red-Arkansas River basin experiment: 3. Spatial and temporal analysis of water fluxes // Global and Planetary Change. 1998. V. 19. No. 1–4. P. 161–179.

18. Busarova O.Ye., Dzhogan L.Ya., Lozinskaya E.A., Nasonova O.N. Turbulent heat and water vapor fluxes from non-homogeneous land surface: spatial variability and area averaging. // Remote Sensing Reviews. 1998. V.17. P. 309–327.

19. Gusev E.M., Busarova O.E., Nasonova O.N. Modeling the dynamics of soil water storage and total evaporation in the steppe and forest-steppe zones with allowance for the area heterogeneity // Water Resources. 1998. V. 25. No. 5. P. 471–481.

20. Gusev Ye.M., Nasonova O.N. The land surface parameterization scheme SWAP: description and validation // IAHS Publ. 1999. No 254. P. 113–122.

21. Gusev E.M., Nasonova O.N. Modeling of land surface heat and water exchange on a regional scale // Water Resources. 2000. V. 27. No. 1. P. 27–40.

22. Schlosser C.A., Slater A.G, Robock A., Pitman A.J., Vinnikov K.Ya., Henderson-Sellers A., Speranskaya N.A., Mitchell K. and the PILPS 2(D) contributors (Boone A., Braden H., Chen F., Cox P., de Rosnay P., Desborough C.E., Dickinson R.E., Dai Y.-J., Duan Q., Entin J., Etchevers P., Gedney N., Gusev Y.M., Habets F., Kim J., Koren V., Kowalczyk E., Nasonova O.N., Noilhan J., Schaake J., Shmakin A.B., Smirnova T. G., Verseghy D., Wetzel P., Xue Y., Yang Z.-L.) Simulations of a boreal grassland hydrology at Valdai, Russia: PILPS Phase 2(d) // Monthly Weather Review. 2000. V. 128. No. 2. P. 301–321.

23. Gusev Ye.M., Nasonova O.N. An experience of modelling heat and water exchange at the land surface on a large river basin scale // J. of Hydrology. 2000. V. 233. No 1–4. P. 1–18.

24. Gusev E.M., Nasonova O.N. Parameterization of heat and moisture transfer in the groundwater – soil – plant (snow) cover – atmosphere system for territories with continental climate // Eurasian Soil Science. 2000. V. 33. No. 6. P. 641–653.

25. Slater A.G., Schlosser C.A., Desborough C.E., Pitman A.J., Henderson-Sellers A., Robock A., Vinnikov KYa., Mitchell K., Boone A., Braden H., Chen F., Cox P.M., deRosney P., Dickinson R.E., Dai Y.-J., Duan Q., Entin J., Etchevers P., Gedney N., Gusev Ye.M., Habets F., Kim J., Koren V., Kowalczyk E.A., Nasonova O.N., Noilhan J., Schaake S, Shmakin A.B., Smirnova T.G., Verseghy D., Wetzel P., Xue Y., Yang Z.-L. Zeng Q. 2001. The representation of snow in land surface schemes: results from PILPS 2(d) // J. Hydrometeorology. V. 2. P. 7–25.

26. Gusev E.M., Nasonova O.N. Parameterization of heat and moisture transfer processes in ecosystems of boreal forests // Izvestiya Akad. Nauk, Atmospheric and Oceanic Physics. 2001. V. 37. No. 2. P. 167–185.

27. Nasonova O.N., Gusev Ye.M. Application of a land surface model for studying the role of boreal spruce forest in land surface - atmosphere interactions // IAHS Publ. 2001. No. 270. P. 65–71.

28. Gusev Ye.M., Nasonova O.N. Investigating the ability of a land surface model to simulate runoff on a large river basin scale //  IAHS Publ. 2001. No. 270. P. 73–79.

29. Gusev E.M., Nasonova O.N., Busarova O.E. Parameterization of Heat and Moisture Exchange on Land Surface in Areas with Moderate Continental Climate // Water Resources. 2002. V. 29. No. 1. P. 99–110.

30. Gusev Ye.M., Nasonova O.N. The simulation of heat and water exchange at the land-atmosphere interface for the boreal grassland by the land-surface model SWAP // Hydrological Processes. 2002. V. 16. No 10. P. 1893–1919.

31. Luo Lifeng, Alan Robock, Konstantin Y. Vinnikov, C. Adam Schlosser, Andrew G. Slater, Aaron Boone, Harald Braden, Peter Cox, Patricia de Rosnay, Robert E. Dickinson, Yong-Jiu Dai, Qingyun Duan, Pierre Etchevers, Ann Henderson-Sellers, Nicola Gedney, Yevgeniy M. Gusev, Florence Habets, Jinwon Kim, Eva Kowalczyk, Kenneth Mitchell, Olga N. Nasonova, Joel Noilhan, Andrew J. Pitman, John Schaake, Andrey B. Shmakin, Tatiana G. Smirnova, Peter Wetzel, Yongkang Xue, Zong-Liang Yang, and Qing-Cun Zeng, Effects of frozen soil on soil temperature, spring infiltration, and runoff: Results from the PILPS 2(d) experiment at Valdai, Russia. // J. Hydrometeorology. 2003. V. 4. P. 334-351.

32. Bowling L. C., Lettenmaier D. P., Nijssen B., Graham L. P., Clark D. B., Maayar M. E., Essery R., Goers S., Gusev Ye. M., Habets F., van den Hurk B., Jin J., Kahan D., Lohmann D., Ma X., Mahanama S., Mocko D., Nasonova O., Niu G.-Y., Samuelsson P., Shmakin A. B., Takata K., Verseghy D., Viterbo P., Xia Y., Xue Y., Yang Z.-L. Simulation of high-latitude hydrological processes in the Torne-Kalix basin: PILPS Phase 2(e). 1: Experiment description and summary intercomparisons // Global and Planetary Change. 2003. V. 38. No. 1–2. P. 1–30.

33. Nijssen B., Bowling L. C., Lettenmaier D. P., Clark D. B., Maayar M. E., Essery R., Goers S., Gusev Ye. M., Habets F., van den Hurk B., Jin J., Kahan D., Lohmann D., Ma X., Mahanama S., Mocko D., Nasonova O., Niu G.-Y., Samuelsson P., Shmakin A. B., Takata K., Verseghy D., Viterbo P., Xia Y., Xue Y., Yang Z.-L. Simulation of high latitude hydrological processes in the Torne-Kalix basin: PILPS Phase 2(e). 2: Comparison of model results with observations // Global and Planetary Change. 2003. V. 38. No. 1–2. P. 31–53.

34. Gusev Ye.M., Nasonova O.N. Modelling heat and water exchange in the boreal spruce forest by the land-surface model SWAP // J. Hydrology. 2003. V. 280. No. 1–4. P. 162–191.

35. Boone A., Habets F., Noilhan J., Clark D., Dirmeyer P., Fox S., Gusev Y., Haddeland I., Koster R., Lohmann D., Mahanama S., Mitchell K., Nasonova O., Niu G.-Y., Pitman A., Polcher J., Shmakin A. B., Tanaka K., van den Hurk B., Verant S., Verseghy D., Viterbo P., Yang Z.-L. The Rhone-aggregation land surface scheme intercomparison project: An overview // J. Climate. 2004. V. 17. No 1. Р. 187–208.

36. Gusev E.M., Nasonova O.N. Challenges in Studying and Modeling Heat and Moisture Exchange in Soil–Vegetation/Snow Cover–Surface Air Layer Systems // Water Resources. 2004. V. 31. No. 2. P. 132–147.

37. Gusev E.M., Nasonova O.N., Mohanty B.P. Estimation of Radiation, Heat, and Water Exchange between Steppe Ecosystems and the Atmosphere in the SWAP Model // Izvestiya, Atmospheric and Oceanic Physics. 2004. V. 40. No. 3. P. 291–305.

38. Gusev E.M., Nasonova O.N. Simulation of Heat and Water Exchange at the Land–Atmosphere Interface on a Local Scale for Permafrost Territories // Eurasian Soil Science. 2004. V. 37. No. 9. P. 946–959.

39. Etchevers P., Martin E., Brown R., Fierz C., Lejeune Y., Bazile E., Boone A., Dai Y.-J., Essery R., Fernandez A., Gusev Ye., Jordan R., Koren V., Kowalczyk E., Nasonova O.N., Pyles R.D., Schlosser A., Shmakin A.B., Smirnova T.G., Strasser U., Verseghy D., Yamazaki T., Yang Z.-L. Validation of the energy budget of an alpine snowpack simulated by several snow models (SnowMIP project) // Annals of Glaciology. 2004. V. 38. P. 150–158.

40. Gusev E.M., Nasonova O.N., Dzhogan L.Ya. Modeling of Heat-, Water-, and Carbon-Exchange Processes in a Pine Forest Ecosystem // Izvestiya, Atmospheric and Oceanic Physics. 2005. V. 41. No. 2. P. 203–216.

41. Gusev E.M., Nasonova O.N., Dzhogan L.Ya. The Simulation of Runoff from Small Catchments in the Permafrost Zone by the SWAP Model // Water Resources. 2006. V. 33. No. 2. P. 115–126.

42. Duan Q., Schaake J., Andreassian V., Franks S., Goteti G., Gupta H.V., Gusev Y.M., Habets F., Hall A., Hay L., Hogue T., Huang M., Leavesley G., Liang X., Nasonova O.N., Noilhan J., Oudin L., Sorooshian S., Wagener T., Wood E.F. Model Parameter Estimation Experiment (MOPEX): An overview of science strategy and major results from the second and third workshops // J. Hydrol. 2006. V. 320. No 1–2. P. 3–17.

43 Nasonova O.N., Gusev Ye.M. Application of global 1-degree data sets to simulate runoff from MOPEX experimental river basins // IAHS Publ. 2006. No. 307. P. 180–187.

44. Gusev Y.M., Nasonova O.N.. Simulating runoff from MOPEX experimental river basins using the land surface model SWAP and different parameter estimation techniques // IAHS Publ. 2006. No. 307. P. 188–195.

45. Gan T.Y., Gusev Y.M., Burges S.J., Nasonova O.N. Performance Comparison of a Complex, Physics-based Land Surface Model and a Conceptual, Lumped-Parameter, Hydrologic Model at the Basin-Scale // IAHS Publ. 2006. No. 307. P. 196–207.

46. V. Andreassian, S. Bergström, N. Chahinian, Q. Duan, Y. M. Gusev, I. Littlewood, T. Mathevet, C. Michel, A. Montanari, G. Moretti, R. Moussa, O. N. Nasonova, K. O’Connor, E. Paquet, C. Perrin, A. Rousseau, J. Schaake, T. Wagener, Xie Z. Catalogue of the models used in MOPEX 2004/2005. // IAHS Publ. 2006. No. 307. P. 41–93.

47. Gusev E.M., Nasonova O.N., Kovalev E.E. Modeling the components of heat and water balance for the land surface of the globe // Water Resources. 2006. V. 33. No. 6. P. 616–627.

48. Gusev E.M., Nasonova O.N. Determination of the soil hydrophysical characteristics and vegetation parameters of a river basin in a permafrost region // IAHS Publ. 2006. No. 308. P. 651–655.

49. Gusev E.M., Nasonova O.N. Technique for estimating the dynamics of water and carbon budgets of a coniferous forest ecosystem // Izvestiya Akad. Nauk, Atmospheric and Oceanic Physics. 2007. V. 43. No. 1. P. 70–80.

50. Gusev E.M., Nasonova O.N. Studying the effect of different approaches to estimating model parameters on the accuracy of river runoff simulation by SWAP model // Water Resources. 2007. V. 34. No. 3. P. 277–286.

51. Yeugeniy M. Gusev, Olga N. Nasonova, Larisa Y. Dzhogan, Yeugeniy E. Kovalev. Hydrological predictability investigation of global data sets for high latitude river basins // IAHS Publ. 2007. No 313. P. 127–133.

52. Olga N. Nasonova, Yeugeniy M. Gusev. Can a land surface model simulate runoff with the same accuracy as a hydrological model? // IAHS Publ. 2007. No. 313. P. 258–265.

53. Gusev E., Nasonova O.N., Dzhogan L.Ya., Kovalev E.E. The Application of the Land Surface Model for Calculating River Runoff in High Latitudes // Water Resources. 2008. V. 35. No. 2. P. 171–184.

54. Nasonova O.N., Gusev E.M., Kovalev E.E. Global Estimates of the Components of Land Heat and Water Balance // Izv. Akad. Nauk, Ser. Geogr. 2008. No. 1. P. 8–19.

55. Nasonova O.N., Gusev E.M. Investigating the ability of a land surface model to reproduce river runoff with the accuracy of hydrological models // Water Resources. 2008. V. 35. No 5. P. 493–501.

56. Rutter N., Essery R., Pomeroy J., Altimir N., Andreadis K., Baker I., Barr A., Bartlett P., Boone A., Deng H., Douville H., Dutra E., Elder K., Ellis C., Feng X., Gelfan A., Goodbody A., Gusev Ye., Gustafsson D., Hellstrom R., Hirabayashi Yu., Hirota T., Jonas T., Koren V., Kuragina A., Lettenmaier D., Li W.-P., Luce C., Martin E., Nasonova O., Pumpanen J., David Pyles R., Samuelsson P., Sandells M., Schadler G., Shmakin A., Smirnova T.G., Stahli M., Stockli R., Strasser U., Su H., Suzuki K., Takata K., Tanaka K., Thompson E., Vesala T., Viterbo P., Wiltshire A., Xia K., Xue Y., Yamazaki T. Evaluation of forest snow processes models (SnowMIP2) // J. Geophys. Res. 2009. V. 114. D06111.

57. Nasonova O.N., Gusev Ye.M., Kovalev Ye.E. Investigating the Ability of a Land Surface Model to Simulate Streamflow with the Accuracy of Hydrological Models: A Case Study Using MOPEX Materials // J. Hydrometeorology. 2009. V. 10. No. 5. P. 1128–1150.

58. Boone A., de Rosnay P., Basalmo G., Beljaars A., Chopin F., Decharme B., Delire C., Ducharne A., Gascoin S., Grippa M., Guichard F., Gusev Y., Harris P., Jarlan L., Kergoat L., Mougin E., Nasonova O., Norgaard A., Orgeval T., Ottlé C., Poccard-Leclercq I., Polcher J., Sandholt I., Saux-Picart S., Taylor C., Xue Y. The AMMA Land Surface Model Intercomparison Project // Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc. 2009. V.90. No. 12. P. 1865–1880.

59. Gusev E.M., Nasonova O.N., Dzhogan L.Y. Reproduction of Pechora runoff hydrographs with the help of a model of heat and water exchange between the land surface and the atmosphere (SWAP) // Water Resources. 2010. Т. 37. No. 2. P. 182–193.

60. Nasonova O. N., Gusev Y. M., Kovalev Y. E. Impact of uncertainties in meteorological forcing data and land surface parameters on global estimates of terrestrial water balance components // Hydrological Processes. 2011. V. 25. No. 7. P. 1074–1090.

61. Nasonova O.N., Gusev E.M., Kovalev E.E Application of a land surface model for simulating rainfall streamflow hydrograph: 1. Model calibration // Water Resources. 2011. V. 38. No. 2. P. 155–168.

62. Nasonova O.N. Application of a land surface model for simulating rainfall streamflow hydrograph: 2. Comparison with hydrological models // Water Resources. 2011. V. 38. No. 3. P. 274–283.

63. Gusev E.M., Nasonova O.N., Dzhogan L.Ya., Kovalev E.E. 2011. Northern Dvina runoff simulation using land-surface model SWAP and global databases // Water Resources, 38 (4), 470–483.

64. Gusev E.M., Nasonova O.N., Dzhogan L.Ya. Modeling river runoff in northwestern Russia with the use of land surface model SWAP and global databases // Water Resources. 2011. V. 38. No. 5. P. 571–582.

65. Nasonova O. N. The Effect of Uncertainties in Precipitation Global Datasets on the Estimates of Terrestrial Water Balance Components // Water Resources. 2012. V. 39. No. 1. P. 56–68.

66. Nasonova O.N., Gusev E.M., Kovalev E.E. Reproduction of runoff hydrograph of northern rivers using global data base // Izv. Akad. Nauk, Ser. Geogr. 2012. No. 5. С. 61–70.

67. Nasonova O.N., Gusev Ye.M., Kovalev E.E. Investigating the ability of a land surface model to simulate hydrological processes in cold and mountainous regions // IAHS Publication. 2013. No. 360. P. 99–104.

68. Gusev Ye.M., Nasonova O.N. Modelling snowpack formation processes and meltwater runoff using the LSM SWAP under permafrost and highland conditions // IAHS Publication. 2013. No. 360. P. 93–98.

69. Gusev E.M., Nasonova O.N. A technique for scenario prediction of changes in water balance components in northern river basins in the context of possible climate change // Water Resources. 2013. V. 40. No. 4. P. 426–440.

70. Gusev E.M., Nasonova O.N., Dzhogan L.Ya., Aizel’ G.V. Modeling streamflow of the Olenek and Indigirka rivers using land surface model SWAP // Water Resources. 2013. V. 40. No. 5. P.535–543.

71. Gusev Yeugeniy M., Olga N. Nasonova. Application of a technique for scenario prediction of climate change impact on the water balance components of northern river basins // J. Hydrol. Hydromech. 2014. V. 62. No. 3. P. 197–208.

72. Gusev E.M., Nasonova O.N., Dzhogan L.Y., Ayzel G.V. Scenario prediction of changes in water balance components of the Olenek and Indigirka rivers  in the context of possible climate change in the region of the republic of Sakha (Yakutia) // Water Resources. 2014. V. 41. No. 6. P. 748–762.

73. Nasonova O.N., Gusev E.M., Ayzel G.V. Optimizing land surface parameters for simulating river runoff from 323 MOPEX watersheds // Water Resources. 2015. V. 42. No. 2. P. 186–197.

74. Gusev E.M., Nasonova O.N., Dzhogan L.Y., Ayzel G.V. Simulating the formation of river runoff and snow cover in the northern-west Siberia // Water Resources. 2015. V. 42. No. 4. P. 460–467.

75. Gelfan A., Semenov V.A., Gusev E., Motovilov Y., Nasonova O., Krylenko I., Kovalev E. Large-basin hydrological response to climate model outputs: uncertainty caused by internal atmospheric variability // Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci. 2015. V. 19. P. 2737–2754.

76. O.N. Nasonova, Y. M. Gusev, E. M. Volodin, and E. E. Kovalev. Ability of a land surface model to predict climate induced changes in northern Russian river runoff during the 21st century // Proc. IAHS. 2015. No. 371. P. 59–64.

77. Ye.M. Gusev, O.N. Nasonova, L.Ya. Dzhogan, and E.E. Kovalev. Scenario forecasting changes in the water balance components of the Olenek and Iindigirka river basins due to possible climate change // Proc. IAHS. 2015. No. 371. P. 13–15.

78. Gusev E.M., Nasonova O.N., Dzhogan L.Y. Physically based simulating long-term dynamics of diurnal variations of river runoff and snow water equivalent in the Kolyma River basin // Water Resources. 2015. V. 42. No. 6. P. 834-841.

79. Gusev E.M, Nasonova O.N, Dzhogan L.Y. Physically based modeling of many-year dynamics of daily streamflow and snow water equivalent in the Lena R. basin // Water Resources. 2016. V. 43. No. 1. P. 21–32.

80. Gusev E.M., Nasonova O.N., Dzhogan L.Y. Scenario prediction of changes in water balance components in the lena basin in the context of possible climate changes // Water Resources. 2016. V. 43. No. 5. P. 754–765.

81. Gusev E.M., Ayzel G.V., Nasonova O.N. Runoff evaluation for ungauged watersheds by SWAP model. 1. Application of artificial neural networks // Water Resources. 2017. V. 44. No. 2. P. 169-179.

82. Ayzel G.V., Gusev E.M., Nasonova O.N. Runoff evaluation for ungauged watersheds by SWAP model. 2. Application of methods of physiographic similatity and spatial geostatistics // water Resources. 2017. V. 44. No. 4. P.547–558.

83. Yeugeniy M. Gusev, Vladimir A. Semenov, Olga N. Nasonova, Evgeny E. Kovalev. Weather noise impact on the uncertainty of simulated water balance components of river basins // Hydrological Sciences Journal, 2017. V. 62. No. 8. P. 1181-1199.

84. Getirana, A., A. Boone, C. Peugeot, S. Ait-Mesbah, M. Anderson, G. Balsamo, S. Bousetta, B. Cappelaere, V. Chaffard, E. Chan, JM Cohard, J. Demarty, A. Ducharne, E. Dutra, F. Favot, T. Gascon, S. Galle, M. Gosset, M. Grippa, F. Guichard, Y. Gusev, C Hain, P. Harris, X. He, B. Hector, P. Hiernaux, A. Kaptue, Y. Kazuaki, L. Kergoat, H. Kim, S. Kumar, T. Lebel, M-H Lo, S. Mahanama, C. Magand, F. Maignan, O. Mamadou, E. Mougin, O. Nasonova, T. Oki, C. Ottlé, T. Pellarin, C. Pierre, A. Richard, J-L Roujean, J. Polcher, G. Quantin, L. Séguis, A. Shmakin, K. Shunji, V. Sokratov, K. Tanaka, D. Turkov, C. Velluet, D. Verseghy, T. Vischel, I. Zin. Streamflows over a West African basin from the ALMIP-2 model ensemble // J. Hydrometeor. 2017. V.18. No. 7. P. 1831–1845.

85. Grippa, M., L. Kergoat, A. Boone, C. Peugeot, J. Demarty, B. Cappelaere, L. Gal, P. Hiernaux, E. Mougin, A. Ducharne, E. Dutra, M. Anderson, C. Hain, S. Ait-Mesbah, G. Balsamo, S. Boussetta, V. Chaffard, E. Chan, JM Cohard, F. Favot, T. Gascon, S. Gascoin, A. Getirana, S. Galle, M. Gosset, F. Guichard, Y. Gusev, P. Harris, X. He, B. Hector, A. Kaptue, Y. Kazuaki, S. Kotsuki, H. Kim, S. Kumar, T. Lebel, M-H Lo, S. Mahanama, C. Magand, F. Maignan, O. Mamadou, O. Nasonova, T. Oki, C. Ottlé, T. Pellarin, C. Pierre, A. Richard, J-L Roujean, J. Polcher, G. Quantin, L. Séguis, A. Shmakin, V. Sokratov, K. Tanaka, D. Turkov, C. Velluet, D. Verseghy, T. Vischel, and I. Zin. Modelling surface runoff and water fluxes over contrasted soils in pastoral Sahel: evaluation of the ALMIP2 land surface models over the Gourma region in Mali // J. Hydrometeor. 2017. V.18. No. 7. P. 1847–1866.

86. Yeugeniy M. Gusev, Larisa Ya. Dzhogan, Olga N. Nasonova. Modelling the impact of mulching the soil with plant remains on water regime formation, crop yield and energy costs in agricultural ecosystems // Proc. IAHS, 2018. No. 376. P. 77–82.

87. Olga N. Nasonova, Yeugeniy M. Gusev, Evgeny E. Kovalev, and Georgy V. Ayzel. Climate change impact on streamflow in large-scale river basins: projections and their uncertainties sourced from GCMs and RCP scenarios // Proc. IAHS. 2018. No. 379. P 139–144.

88. Yeugeniy M. Gusev, Olga N. Nasonova, Evgeny E. Kovalev, and Georgy V. Ayzel Impact of possible climate changes on river runoff under different natural conditions // Proc. IAHS. 2018. No. 379. P. 293–300.

89. Yeugeniy M. Gusev, Olga N. Nasonova, Evgeny E. Kovalev, and Georgii V. Aizel. Modelling river runoff and estimating its weather-related uncertainty for 11 large-scale rivers located in different regions of the globe // Hydrology Research. 2018. V. 49. No. 4. P. 1072–1087.

90. Gusev E.M., Nasonova O.N., Kovalev E.E, Ayzel’ G.V. Possible Climate Change Impact on River Runoff in the Different Regions of the Globe // Russian Meteorology and Hydrology. 2018. V.43. No. 6. P. 397–403.

91. Gerhard Krinner, Chris Derksen, Richard Essery, Mark Flanner, Stefan Hagemann, Martyn Clark, Alex Hall, Helmut Rott, Claire Brutel-Vuilmet, Hyungjun Kim, Cécile B. Ménard, Lawrence Mudryk, Chad Thackeray, Libo Wang, Gabriele Arduini, Gianpaolo Balsamo, Paul Bartlett, Julia Boike, Aaron Boone, Frédérique Chéruy, Jeanne Colin, Matthias Cuntz, Yongjiu Dai, Bertrand Decharme, Jeff Derry, Agnès Ducharne, Emanuel Dutra, Xing Fang, Charles Fierz, Josephine Ghattas, Yeugeniy Gusev, Vanessa Haverd, Anna Kontu, Matthieu Lafaysse, Rachel Law, Dave Lawrence, Weiping Li, Thomas Marke, Danny Marks, Martin Ménégoz1, Olga Nasonova, Tomoko Nitta, Masashi Niwano, John Pomeroy, Mark S. Raleigh, Gerd Schaedler, Vladimir Semenov, Tanya G. Smirnova, Tobias Stacke , Ulrich Strasser, Sean Svenson, Dmitry Turkov, Tao Wang, Nander Wever, Hua Yuan, Wenyan Zhou, and Dan Zhu. ESM-SnowMIP: assessing snow models and quantifying snow-related climate feedbacks // Geoscientific Model Development. 2018. V. 11. No. 12. P. 5027–5049.

92. Nasonova O.N., Gusev Ye.M., Volodin E.M., Kovalev E.E. Application of the land surface model SWAP and global climate model INMCM4.0 for projecting runoff of northern Russian rivers. 1. Historical simulations // Water Resources. 2018. V. 45. Supplement 2. P. 73–84.

93. Nasonova O.N., Gusev Ye.M., Volodin E.M., Kovalev E.E. Application of the land surface model SWAP and global climate model INMCM4.0 for projecting runoff of northern Russian rivers. 2. Projections and their uncertainties // Water Resources. 2018. V. 45. Supplement 2. P. 85–92.

94. Gusev E.M., Nasonova O.N., Kovalev E.E., Ayzel G.V. Modelling water balance components of river basins located indifferent regions of the globe // Water Resources. 2018. V. 45. Supplement 2. P. 53–64.

95. Gusev EM, Nasonova ON, Shurkhno EA et al (2019) Physically Based Modeling of the Long-Term Dynamics of Water Balance and Snow Water Storage Components in the Ob–Irtysh River Basin // Water Resources. V. 46. No. 4. P. 493–503.

96. Gusev T.M. Nasonova O.N. Simulating of snow cover formation by the model of interaction between the land surface and the atmosphere (SWAP) // Led and Sneg. 2019. V. 59. No. 2. P. 167–181 (in Russian).

97. Gusev E.M., Nasonova O.N., Shurkhno E.A., Dzhogan L.Ya. Scenario Forecasting of Changes in Water Balance Components in the Ob–Irtysh Basin in the Context of Possible Climate Change // Water Resources. 2019. V. 46. No. 5. P. 647–658.

98. Gusev E.M., Nasonova O.N., Kovalev E.E., Ayzel G.V. Impact of possible climate change on extreme annual runoff from river basins located in different regions of the globe // Water Resources. 2019. V. 46. Suppl. 1. P. S126–S136.

99. Nasonova O.N., Gusev Ye.M., Kovalev E.E., Ayzel G.V., Panysheva K.M. // Projecting changes in Russian northern river runoff due to possible climate change during the 21st century: A case study of the Northern Dvina, Taz and Indigirka rivers // Water Resources. 2019. V. 46. Suppl. 1. P. S145–S154.

100. Gel’fan A.N., Kalugin A.S., Krylenko I.N., Nasonova O.N.,. Gusev E.M, Kovalev E.E. Testing a Hydrological Model to Evaluate Climate Change Impact on River Runoff // Russian Meteorology and Hydrology. 2020. No. 5.