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Saint-Petersburg State University
- ENV.2011.1.1.6-1 Impacts of a global temperature increase up to 2°C from pre-industrial level, in Europe and most vulnerable regions of the world
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Saint-Petersburg State University
Universitetskaya nab. 7-9, Saint-Petersburg, Russian Federation
Department of Geography and Geoecology, Chair of Oceanography, of Regional Oceanography Laboratory
Foux Victor Robertovich, professor of the Chair of Oceanography, doctor of Geography, head of the Laboratory of Regional Oceanography
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ENV.2011.1.1.6-1 Impacts of a global temperature increase up to 2°C from pre-industrial level, in Europe and most vulnerable regions of the world
2010-01-14 17:00:00 (Brussels local time)
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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.
Intensive use of the satellite data (altimetry and geostrophic currents, sea surface temperature, chlorophyll concentration, photo synthesis radiation) for studies of influence of oceanographic factors on bio productivity in different regions of World Ocean. To do this our original methods of dynamic-stochastic approach is offered to be applied, allowing to estimate semi empirical parameters in transfer equations and turbulent diffusion transformations of biotic fields. Studies of biological active front zones as lines of maximum convergence of organic matter flux. Initial data set is to be formed out of photo active radiation, chlorophyll concentration and geostrophic currents selected from CCAR, AVISO, Ocean Color data archives. Corresponding time series built in nodes of the regular grid allow to obtain such characteristics as mean, dispersion, spectra, correlation functions of biotic fields over different space-time scales and to compare these results with contact observations. Then wavelet analysis is applied to estimate the contribution of different oscillations to the total variability of biological fields. All these form a basis for the dynamical-stochastic mathematical model which includes processes of transfer and turbulent diffusion of biological production.
Satellite remote sensing; Sea level; Dynamic-stochastic modelling; Ocean color; Ocean currents
Publications on the topic (other references)
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
Foux V.R. Estimation of parameters of the dynamical-stochastic oceanographic fields model using satellite data. Rep. of the St.-P. State Univ., Ser.7 "Geology and Geography", 2008, iss. 2, p. 122-133.
Foux V.R., Staritzyn D.K. Inter annual variability of the sea level of Japan and Okhotsk Seas from satellite altimetry. . Rep. of the St.-P. State Univ., Ser.7 "Geology and Geography", 2007, iss. 4, p. 114-119.
Koldunov V.V., Staritzyn D.K., Foux V.R. Seas of the Far East. Book 1. Marine researches. Moscow, "Sci. Pub.", ed. by V.A. Akulichiev, 2007. 520 p.
Staritzyn D.K Variability of steric oscillations of the sea level in Far Eastern seas: experience of estimations and forecasting perspectives. Rep. of the St.-P. State Univ., Ser.7 "Geology and Geography", 2007, iss. 2, p. 71-80.
Belonenko T.V., Koldunov V.V. Wavelet analysis of the altimetry satellite sea level measurements in regions of East Sakhalin sea shelf. Rep. of the St.-P. State Univ., Ser.7 "Geology and Geography", 2007, iss. 2, p. 128-134.
Koldunov V.V. Inter annual and seasonal sea level oscillations in North Pacific. Rep. of the St.-P. State Univ., Ser.7 “Geology and Geography”, 2007, iss. 2, p. 142-148.
Belonenko T.V., Koldunov V.V. Steric sea level oscillations in North-West Pacific. Rep. of the St.-P. State Univ., Ser.7 “Geology and Geography”, 2006, iss. 3, p. 81-88.
Foux V.R. Dynamic-stochastic analysis of oceanographic satellite data. Meteorology and Hydrology, 2009, #8, p. 62-69.
Railkin A.I., Besyadovsky A.R., Koldunov V.V., Primakov I.M., Foux V.R. Interactions between White Sea shelf bentos communities with bottom boundary layer. SMIO-PRES, St.-P., 2009, p. 480.
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
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