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Saint-Petersburg State University - OCEAN.2011-4: Knowledge-base and tools for regional networks of MPAs, integrated management of activities together with assessment of wind energy potential in the Mediterranean and the Black Sea

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Date of filling in 10.09.2010
Organization name Saint-Petersburg State University
Organization adress Universitetskaya nab. 7-9, 199034,Saint-Petersburg, Russian Federation
Department/Unit Department of Geography and Geoecology, Chair of Oceanography, Laboratory of Regional Oceanography
Contact person Foux Victor Robertovich, professor of the Chair of Oceanography, doctor of Geography, head of the Laboratory of Regional Oceanography
Phone +7-812-3289709
Fax +7-812-3289709
E-Mail victorvf1285@yandex.ru
Web-site http://www.spbu.ru/,
http://www.geo.pu.ru/,
http://www.spbu.ru/faces/professors/geograf/fuks/
Organization type
  • Research
  • Education
Special Programme
Theme
Environment (including climate change) (ENV)
Call identifier
FP7-ENV-2011
Topic number OCEAN.2011-4: Knowledge-base and tools for regional networks of MPAs, integrated management of activities together with assessment of wind energy potential in the Mediterranean and the Black Sea
Call Deadline 16 of November 2010 г. 17:00
Short description of the organization (max 12 lines): The Regional Oceanography Laboratory (ROL) has several directions of scientific studies currently made by the ROL are as follows: 1. Stochastic modeling of the oceanographic processes’ effects on biological productivity of Russian seas; 2 Selecting and testing of hydro-meteorological predictors for fishery forecasts 3.Conjugation of the hydro-meteorological fields as an indicator of variability of the oceanographic conditions in near-coastal sea areas (the case studies for the North-West Pacific); 4 Oceanic response to the large-scale atmospheric disturbances; 5.Topographical Rossby waves and shelf waves. Variability of quasi-geostrophic waves is studied by using the altimeter data on sea surface heights, in particular those obtained from satellites "Topex/Poseidon", "ERS1" and "ERS2", and by surveying in “Megapolygon” area of the North-Western Pacific. The results of investigations made during the said years are summarized in more than 800 publications, including monographs and thematic collections
Expertise offered Survey of the available satellite oceanographic information in visible, infrared and microwave regions Construction of original arrays of satellite oceanographic information (altimetry, sea surface temperature, wind driven waves, colors, chlorophyll concentrations Development of dynamical-stochastic approach to satellite information processing in different regions of electromagnetic spectra Analysis of the space-time variability of oceanographical fields, detection of low frequency Rossby waves, studies of the sea surface anomalies Wavelet and fractal analysis of the ocean satellite data . Data assimilation in biotic and hydrodynamical modelling Estimation of the role of advection, diffusion in biotic transformations and chlorophyll concentration fields Numerical experiments with hydrodynamical and biotic models to interpret mechanisms of space-time variability of biotic and hydrological fields
Scientific keywords Satellite remote sensing; Sea level; Surface temperature; Ocean color; Ocean currents
Publications on the topic (other references)
  • Belonenko T.V "Current dispersion tensor designed on altimetry level of ERS-I, ERS-2 and Topex/Poseidon". PEACE 4th Annual Meeting, Vladivostok. 2008. P. 212.
  • Foux V.R. "On estimation of oceanic front locations from satellite measurements". CONTEMPORARY PROBLEMS OF THE EAST ASIAN SEAS OCENOGRAPHY 4th PEACE Ocean Science Workshop, Vladivostok, Russia Abstracts. 2008. P. 152.
  • Bashmachnikov, I.L., Belonenko, T.V., Guimaraes, J., and Martins "Seasonal and intra-annual variability of physical and biological characteristics in the Subtropical NE Atlantic from satellite data". , A. EGU General Assembly, Ocean Science, Ocean Remote Sensing Session (XY926; EGU2009-11090), 19 - 24 April, Vienna, Austria, 2009
Description of previous and present experience in International Cooperation “LArge-scale and Mesoscale dynamics of the Azores Region from the remote-sensing and in-situ data and their effect on biological productivity” – LAMAR (LAMAR-DRCT/FRCT- M2.1.2/F/008/2007) External cooperation, Consultants
Previous participation in EU’s Framework Programme projects