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Arkady Pilchin authored an important review with his colleague Lev Eppelbaum on the concentration and preservation of platinum group elements: "Pilchin, A. and Eppelbaum, L., 2017. "Concentration of Platinum Group Elements during the Early Earth Evolution: A Review". Natural Resources, V. 8, pp. 172-233. doi: 10.4236/nr.2017.83012."

Arkady Pilchin published an in-depth analysis and deconstruction of the plate tectonics theory: "Pilchin, A., 2016. "Critical analysis of the plate tectonics model and causes of horizontal tectonic movements". New Concepts in Global Tectonics Journal, V. 4, No. 2, pp. 204-272."

Arkady Pilchin authored an in-depth analysis of paleomagnetism: "Pilchin, A., 2016. "Is paleomagnetic data reliable?: A critical analysis of paleomagnetism". New Concepts in Global Tectonics Journal, V. 4, No. 1, pp. 37-80."

Arkady Pilchin co-authored the book "Applied Geothermics (Lecture Notes in Earth System Sciences) by Lev Eppelbaum, Izzy Kutasov and Arkady Pilchin, 2014" now available.

Arkady Pilchin completed several scientific researches relating to: the formation and evolution of the magma ocean and early Earth atmosphere, sulfur cycles during early Earth evolution, formation of the lithosphere during Hadean - Archean, initial concentration and preservation of platinum group minerals/elements (PGMs/PGEs), and initial re-distribution of PGMs/PGEs and formation of thier ore deposits. The results of these researches are partially published in the book: "Encyclopedia of Earth Science Research, v. 1, Sato, F. and Nakamura, Sh. (Eds.), Chapter 1, The Early Earth Formation and Evolution of the Lithosphere in the Hadean - Middle Archean. Pilchin, A. and Eppelbaum, L., 1-93 p"