Pavel N. Svyaschennikov

Teaching courses

  • Climatology
  • Physical meteorology
  • Aerosols in the atmosphere
  • Methods of statistical processing and analysis of meteorological observations

Position

Associate professor, Department of Climatology & Environmental Monitoring

E-mail: p.svyashchennikov@spbu.ru

Phone: (812) 323-46-47

Education, scientific degrees and titles

  • 1976, Climatology, St. Petersburg State University, Department of Climatology
  • 1996, PhD, «Spatial-temporal structure of variability of climate characteristics of the polar and temperate latitudes of the northern hemisphere»

Research IDs


Research interests

Climate Change, Arctic


Key publications

  1. Ivanov B.V., Svyashchennikov P.N., Timachev V.F., Lutsko L.V., Nilsen C-P, T. Svene T, Orbaek J-B, 2010. Study of the reasons of possible divergences in indications standard Russian and foreign of solar radiation sensors. Meteorology and Hydrology, №10, pp. 24-35.
  2. Ivanov B.V., Svyashchennikov P.N. Albedo of the Snow-Glacier Surface of Svalbard. Izvestiya of Russian Academy of Science. Atmospheric and Ocean Physics, 2015, vol.51, №9, pp. 943-948. DOI: 10.1134/S0001433815090108
  3. H. Gjelten, O. Nordli, K. Isaksen, E. Forland, P. Sviashchennikov, P. Wyszynski, U. Prokhorova, R. Przybylak, B. Ivanov, A. Urazgildeeva. Air temperature variations and gradients along the coast and fjords of western Spitsbergen. Polar Research 2016, 35, 29878, http://dx.doi.org/10.3402/polar.v35.29878
  4. Svyashchennikov P.N., Prokhorova U.V., Ivanov B.V., 2020, Comparison of atmospheric circulation in the area of Spitsbergen in 1920–1950 and in the Modern Warming Period, Russian Meteorology and Hydrology, 45 (1), 22–28, DOI: 10.3103/S1068373920010033.

Awards and honors

  • 2014, “Honorary Worker of Higher Professional Education of the Russian Federation” Order of the Ministry of Education and Science of Russia 03/28/2014, No. 262 / k-n


Other professional activities

  • Arctic and Antarctic Research Institute, Senior Researcher

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