Institute of Oceanography

University of Hamburg

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Institute of Oceanography
University of Hamburg
Bundesstraße 53
D-20146 Hamburg
Tel.: +49 40 42838-2605 / -5449
Fax: +49 40 42838-7488
E-Mail:  waltraut.domke-sommer(at)zmaw.de

Dr. Nikolay Koldunov

 

Institute of Oceanography

KlimaCampus - University of Hamburg

Bundesstr. 53,

20146 Hamburg

Germany

room:    143

phone:    +49 40 42838 7580

fax:    +49 40 42838 7712

email:    nikolay.koldunov(at)zmaw.de

 

 

 

CV

2010-presentPost-doc at the Institute of Oceanography, University of Hamburg, advisor: Detlef Stammer
2010Dr. rer. nat., University of Hamburg (Germany)
2006-2010PhD student at the International Max Planck Research School on Earth System Modelling
(IMPRS-ESM), Hamburg (Germany), advisors: Detlef Stammer and Jochem Marotzke
2004-2006Research Assistant, Arctic and Antarctic Research Institute (AARI), Russia
2002-2004M.Sc., Applied Polar and Marine Science, University of Bremen (Germany)
2002-2004M.Sc., Hydrometeorology, State University of St. Petersburg (Russia)
1998-2002B.Sc.,Oceanography, State University of St. Petersburg (Russia) 

Initiates file download Full CV (.pdf)

Publications

 Peer-reviewed publications

  • Ivanov V. V., V. Alexeev, T. Alexeeva, N. V. Koldunov, I. Repina, A. Smirnov, “Does Arctic Ocean Ice Cover Become Seasonal?”, Issledovanie Zemli iz Kosmosa, 4, 50-65, 2013 (in Russian). Initiates file downloadpdf (6 MB)

Non-peer-reviewed publications

  • Koldunov, N. V., 2006: Variability of Arctic sea ice. Ph.D. thesis (University of Hamburg). Max Planck Institute for Meteorology, Reports on Earth System Science, No. 79, 121 p. Opens external link in new windowpdf (28 MB)

 Websites:

Opens external link in new windowhttp://oceanographers.ru

Opens external link in new windowhttp://climaty.ru

Opens external link in new windowhttp://koldunov.net

Opens external link in new windowhttp://cmass.ru

Opens external link in new windowhttp://earthpy.org

Presentations:

Opens external link in new windowPython for Geosciences