Leading Scientist,
Laboratory of soil erosion and fluvial processes
Moscow State University, Geographical Faculty
199991 Moscow Leninskiye Gory GSP-1


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1. Korotayev V., Sidorchuk A., Harrison L. 1987. Palaeogeomorphological analysis of river deltas in the Taz estuary. In: Palaeohydrology of the temperate zone. V.1. Rivers and lakes. Tallinn, 30-43.
2. Sidorchuk A., Matveev B. 1994. Channel processes and erosion rates in the rivers of the Yamal Peninsula in western Siberia. In: Variability in Stream Erosion and Sediment Transport. IAHS Publ, N 224, 197-202.
3. Matveev B., Panin A., Sidorchuk A. 1994. Rates of formation of forms in a river channel hierarchy: the case of the River Yana in northeast Russia. In.: Variability in Stream Erosion and Sediment Transport. IAHS Publ N 224, 181-186.
4. Sidorchuk A. 1994. The effect of open cut mining on sediment transport and alluvium composition at the Omoloy River basin, Eastern Siberia. In: Variability in Stream Erosion and Sediment Transport. Spec. Publ, N 5, 60-63.
5. Sidorchuk A., Golosov V. 1995. The history of erosion on the northern Ponto-Meotian during the period of intensive agriculture. In: Proc. of workshop on soil erosion in semi-arid Mediterranean areas. Taormina, Italy, 161-173.
6. Alabyan A.M., Chalov R.S., Korotaev V.N., Sidorchuk A.Yu., Zaitsev A.A. 1995. Natural and Technogenic Water and Sediment Supply to the Laptev Sea. Berichte zur Polarforschung, N 176, 265-271.
7. Sidorchuk A. 1996. The structure of river bed relief. In: P.J. Ashworth, S.J. Bennet, J.L. Best, S.T. McLelland (eds.) Coherent flow structures in open channels., Chichester, Wiley, 397-421.
8. Sidorchuk, A. 1996: Gully thermoerosion on the Yamal peninsula. In: O. Slaymaker (ed.) Geomorphic Hazards. Chichester, Wiley, 141-153.
9. A.Sidorchuk. 1996. Sediment Budget Change in the Fluvial System at the Central Part of the Russian Plain Due to Human Impact. In: Erosion and Sediment Yield: Global and Regional Perspectives. IAHS Publ 236, 445-452.
10. A.Sidorchuk. 1997. Palaeohydrology in the Southern Russian Plain: methods and results. VI Congresso da Associacao Brasilera de Estudos do Quaternario e Reuniao sobre o Quaternario da America do Sul. Resumos Expandidos., Curitiba, Parana, Brasil, 479-482
11. A.Sidorchuk. 1998. Dynamic Model of Gully Erosion. In: J. Boardman, D. Favis-Mortlock (eds.). Modelling soil erosion by water. Springer, 451-460.
12. Aleksey Sidorchuk and Anna Sidorchuk. 1998. The Model for Estimating of the Gully Morphology. In: Modelling Soil Erosion, Sediment Transport and Closely Related Hydrological Processes, IAHS Publ. 249, 333-344
13. Sidorchuk A., Grigor'ev V. 1998. Soil erosion on the Yamal peninsula (Russian Arctic) due to gas field exploitation. Advances in GeoEcology, 31: 805-811.
14. Panin A.V., Sidorchuk A. Yu., Chernov A.V. 1999. Historical background to floodplain morphology: examples from the East European Plain. In: Floodplains: Interdisciplinary Approaches. London, Geological Society Special Publications, 163, 217-229
15. Sidorchuk, A. 1999: Static and Dynamic Models for Estimation of the Gullies morphology. Catena 37 (3-4): 401-414.
16. Sidorchuk A., Borisova O., Panin A. 1999. Paleohydrology of East European taiga. Boletin Goiano de Geografia. 19 (1): 98-102
17. Sidorchuk A.Yu., Panin A.V., Baslerov S.V., Borisova O.K.,Kovalyukh N.N., Sheremetskaya E.D. 2000. Paleohydrological Studies of the Seim River Valley. In: Paleogeography and Paleohydrology of the Lowland River Basins (guide-book for field excursion within Seim river basin, Russia, 24-26 August 2000), Moscow, 68-84
18. Sidorchuk A.Yu., Borisova O.K. 2000. Method of Paleogeographical Analogues in Paleohydrological Reconstructions. Quaternary International. 72 (1): 95-106
19. Wasson, R.; Sidorchuk, A. 2000: History for soil conservation and catchment management. In: Dovers, S. (ed.). Environmental History and Policy. Still settling Australia. Canberra, Oxford Press, 97-117.
20. Sidorchuk A., Borisova O., Panin A. 2000. Fluvial Response to the Late Valdai/Holocene Environmental Change on the East European Plain. Journal of Global and Planetary Changes, 28: 303-318
21. Sidorchuk A., Borisova O, Panin A. 2000. The river flow at the north of East European Plain in the Late Glacial - Holocene. International journal of Earth Science, 89: 541-549
22. Wasson, B.; Sidorchuk, A. 2000: Land Use and Climate Impacts on Fluvial System During the Period of Agriculture (LUCIFS). PAGES Newsletter, 8 (3): 10.
23. Sidorchuk, A. 2000: Past Erosion and Sedimentation within Drainage Basin on the Russian Plain. PAGES Newsletter, 8 (3): 19.
24. Sidorchuk, A. 2001: Stochastic Model to Predict Water Erosion of Cohesive Soil. In: Proc. of Int. Symp Soil Erosion Research for the 21st Century, ASAE, 330-333.
25. Sidorchuk A., Borisova O., Kovalukh N., Panin A. 2001. Lateglacial and Holocene palaeohydrology of the lower Vychegda river, western Russia. In: D. Maddy, M. G. Macklin, J. C. Woodward. (Eds.) River Basin Sediment Systems: Archives of Environmental Change. Swets & Zeilinger B.V., 265-296.
26. Sidorchuk, A.; Marker, M.; Moretti, S.; Rodolfi G. 2001: Soil Erosion Modelling in the Mbuluzi River Catchment (Swaziland, South Africa). Part 1. Modelling of the dynamic evolution of gullies. Geogr. Fis. Dinam. Quat. 24: 177-187.
27. Sidorchuk, A. 2001. GULTEM - The Model to Predict Gully Thermoerosion and Erosion (Theoretical Framework). In: D.E.Stott, R.H. Mohtar and G.C. Steinhardt (eds.). Sustaining the Global Farm. Selected papers from the 10th International Soil Conservation Organization Meeting. 966-972.(CD).
28. Trustrum N.A., Tate K. R., Page M.J., Sidorchuk A., Baisden W.T. 2002. Towards a national assessment of erosion-related soil carbon losses in New Zealand. In: Proc. of. 12th ISCO conference. V. 3, 182-186
29. Sidorchuk A., Preston N., Basher L., Baisden T., Trustrum N., Tate K. 2002. Process-based models for simulation and prediction of erosion-related organic carbon losses on the national scale: an example for New Zealand. In: Proc. of. 12th ISCO conference. V.4, 232-238
30. Sidorchuk A. Stochastic modelling of soil erosion and deposition. 2002. In: Proc. of. 12th ISCO conference. V.4, 136-142
31. Nachtergaele J, Poesen J, Sidorchuk A., Torri D. 2002. Prediction of concentrated flow width in ephemeral gully channels. Hydrological Processes 16: 1935-1953
32. Sidorchuk A., Marker M., Moretti S. Rodolfi G. 2003. Gully erosion modelling and landscape response in the Mbuluzi River catchment of Swaziland, Catena, 50 (2-4), 507-525
32a. Marker, M., Sidorchuk, A. 
2003. Assessment of gully erosion process dynamics for water resources management in a semiarid catchment of Swaziland (Southern Africa)  IAHS-AISH Publication (279), pp. 188-198 
33. Flugel W.-A, Marker M., Moretti S., Rodolfi G., Sidorchuk A. 2003. Integrating GIS, Remote Sensing, Ground Trouthing and Modelling Approaches for Regional Erosion Classification of semiarid catchments in South Africa and Swaziland. Hydrological Processes 17, 929-942.
34. Sidorchuk A., Panin A., Borisova O. 2003 The Late Glacial and the Holocene palaeohydrology of the Northern Eurasia. In: K.J.Gregory, G.Benito (eds.). Palaeohydrology: Understanding Global Change. Wiley and Sons, Chichester, 61-76
35. Sidorchuk A., Walling D., Wasson R. 2003. A LUCIFS Strategy: Modelling the Sediment Budgets of Fluvial Systems. In: A. Lang, K. Hennrich, R. Dikau (eds.). Long Term Hillslope and Fluvial System Modelling. Springer, Berlin, 19-36
36. Sidorchuk A. Floodplain Sedimentation: Inherited Memories. 2003. Global and Planetary Change, 39 (1-2): 13 -29
37. Litvin L. F., Zorina Ye. F., Sidorchuk A. Yu., Chernov A. V., Golosov V. N. 2003. Erosion and sedimentation on the Russian Plain, Part I: Contemporary processes. Hydrological Processes, 17 (16): 3335-3346
38. Sidorchuk A. Yu., Golosov V. N. 2003. Erosion and sedimentation on the Russian Plain, Part II: The history of erosion and sedimentation during the period of intensive agriculture. Hydrological Processes 17 (16): 3347-3358

39. Belyaev V. R., Wallbrink P. J., Golosov V. N., Murray A. S., Sidorchuk A. Yu. 2004. Reconstructing the development of a gully in the upper Kalaus basin, Stavropol region (southern Russia). Earth Surf. Process. Landforms 29, 323-341
40. Sidorchuk A., Smith A., Nikora V. 2004. Probability distribution function approach in stochastic modelling of soil erosion In: Sediment Transfer through the Fluvial System (Proceedings of a symposium held in Moscow, August 2004). IAHS Publ. 288, 345-353
41. Korotaev V. N., Ivanov V. V., Sidorchuk A. Yu. 2004. Alluvial relief structure and bottom sediments of the lower Volga River In: Sediment Transfer through the Fluvial System (Proceedings of a symposium held in Moscow, August 2004). IAHS Publ. 288, 300-307
42. Preston N.J., Trustrum N.A., Sidorchuk A.Y., Hicks D.M., Baisden W.T., Giltrap D.J., Scott D.T., Page M.J, Tate K.R. 2004. Estimating national erosion-related soil carbon losses in New Zealand: an indicator for Kyoto compliance and sustainability assessment. pp. 1-11. In: Francaviglia R. (Ed.) Agricultural Impacts on Soil Erosion and Soil Biodiversity: Developing Indicators for Policy Analysis. Proceedings from an OECD Expert Meeting -Rome, Italy, March 2003, 654 pp.
43. Belyaev V. R., Wallbrink P. J., Golosov V. N., Murray A. S., Sidorchuk A. Yu.  2005. Comparision of direct measurement, USLE and caesium-137 based methods for Evaluating soil redistribution from severe sheet and ephemeral gully erosion. Geomorphology 65 (3): 173-193
44. Sidorchuk A. 2005. Stochastic components in the gully erosion modelling. Catena 63 (2-3): 299-317
45. Sidorchuk A. 2005. Stochastic modelling of erosion and deposition in cohesive soils. Hydrological Processes, 19: 1399-1417.
46. Borisova O., Sidorchuk A., Panin A. 2006. Palaeohydrology of the Seim River basin, Mid-Russian Upland, based on palaeochannel morphology and palynological data. Catena 66: 53 - 73
47. Sidorchuk A., Nikora V., Smith A., Nokes R., Veale W., Popinnet S., Pinkney E., Jessen M., Cooper G. 2006. Stochastic Mechanics of Soil Erosion. Procedings of 14th International Soil Conservation Organization Conference.Water Management and Soil Conservation in Semi-Arid Environments. Marrakech, Morocco, (CD).
48. Belyaev V.R., Sidorchuk A.Yu., Golosov V.N., Wallbrink P.J., Murray A.S. 2006. Assessing the Contribution of Different Processes to Soil Degradation within an Arable Catchment of the Stavropol Upland, Southern European Russia. In: P.N. Owens, A.J. Collins (Eds.) Soil Erosion and Sediment Redistribution in River Catchments Measurement, Modelling and Management, 40-50
49. Sidorchuk A.Yu., Smith A., Nikora V. 2006. Double-averaging Methodology in Stochastic Modelling of Soil Erosion. In: P.N. Owens, A.J. Collins (Eds.) Soil Erosion and Sediment Redistribution in River Catchments Measurement, Modelling and Management, 162-169.
50. Sidorchuk A. 2006. Stages in gully evolution and self-organized criticality. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms. 31(11): 1329-1344.
51. Sidorchuk A., Litvin L., Golosov V., Chernysh A. 2006. European Russia and Byelorus. In: J. Boarman, J. Poesen (Eds.). Soil Erosion in Europe. Chichester, Wiley, 73-93.
52. Golosov, V., Sidorchuk, A., Walling, D.E. 2008. Nikolay I. Makkaveev and the development of Fluvial Geomorphology in Russia and the former Soviet Union. Catena, 73 (1), p.146-150
Sidorchuk, A., Schmidt, J., Cooper G., 2008. Variability of shallow overland flow velocity and soil aggregate transport observed with digital videography. Hydrological Processes 22, 4035-4048.
54. Sidorchuk, A. 2009. A third generation erosion model: The combination of probabilistic and deterministic components , Geomorphology, 110 (1), p.2-10
55.Sidorchuk Aleksey Yu., PaninAndrei V. ,  Borisova Olga K. 2009. Morphology of river channels and surface runoff in the Volga River basin (East European Plain) during the Late Glacial period Geomorphology, Volume 113, Issues 3-4, Pages 137-157
56. Sidorchuk Aleksey
, Andrey Panin, Olga Borisova (2011)  Surface runoff to the Black Sea from the East European Plain during the Last Glaciation Maximum - Late Glacial time. in Buynevich, I., Yanko-Hombach, V., Gilbert, A.S., and Martin, R.E., eds., Geology and Geoarchaeology of the Black Sea Region: Beyond the Flood Hypothesis:
Geological Society of America Special Paper 473, p. 1–25

57.Aleksey Sidorchuk (2012) Large Alluvial River Channel Patterns and Complexity . In: Daniel A. Molina (ed) River Channels: Types, Dynamics and Changes  pp. 51-110


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