AEROSOL OZONE

Atmosphere and near-space physics



Atmosphere Aerosol and Ozone Research



Space Physics Laboratory Atmosphere Physics Group of Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv

CIMEL318-2 Kyiv AERONET site since 2008

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Sunset in Antarctica

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Ice Hole

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Sunset Deep South

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Iceberg in Bay

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Ice

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Iceberg

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  • Gennadi Milinevsky
  • Gennadi Milinevsky
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Affiliation and official address:

Head of Space Physics Laboratory, Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv

64, Volodymyrska Str., 01601, Kyiv, Ukraine
Physics Dept., Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv

Tel: +38 044 526 4457
Mobile: +38 050 352 5498
Fax: +38 044 526 4507
Home: +38 044 486 2252

E-mails: genmilinevsky@gmail.com, gmilin@univ.kiev.ua

Website: http://antarctica.org.ua/

Education (degrees, dates, universities)
• Kiev State University, Physics Dept., Astronomy Division, Kiev, Ukraine, M.S. (1974)
• Kiev State University, thesis ''Optical effects of power electron beams injection in the ionosphere'', Candidate's Degree (1980)
• Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Doctor's thesis “Interaction of artificial gas-plasma clouds with Earth atmosphere", Doctor's Degree in Physics and Mathematics (2001)



Career/Employment
Physical Department, Kiev University, Researcher (1974-1979)
Senior Researcher of Space Physics Laboratory (1979-1987)
Head of Space Physics Laboratory (1987 - 2002)
Leading scientist of the Astronomy and Physics Department, Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv (2002 – 2006)
Head of Space Physics Laboratory of the Physics Faculty, Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv (2006 - ongoing)

Co-working:
Science Secretary of the Ukrainian Antarctic Center (1997)
Senior Researcher of the Ukrainian Antarctic Center (1997- 1999)
Deputy Director of Sciences of the National Antarctic Scientific Center of Ukraine (1999 – 2006)
Principal Scientist of the National Antarctic Scientific Center of Ukraine (2006)
Head of Aeronomy Division of the National Antarctic Scientific Center of Ukraine (Jan 2007 - till now)

Base Commander and Geophysicist (upper atmosphere, ozone) in the First Ukrainian Antarctic Expedition winter-over to the Vernadsky Station, Antarctic Peninsula (from 6 February 1996 till 18 March 1997).
Member of 5th, 6th, 7th, 10th Ukrainian Antarctic Season Expeditions (2000, 2001, 2002, 2005)

Research fields:

main field
Ozone layer and ozone depletion research, planetary waves and energy propagation from Earth surface to ionosphere height. Ionosphere plasma physics. Study the natural and artificial ionosphere plasma cloud dynamics, the ionosphere processes on artificial electron beam and plasma release experiments.

other fields
Atmospheric impact on GNSS observations in Antarctica – geophysical approach for troposphere and ionosphere research. Antarctic Peninsula climate change processes and their impact for small ice glaciers dynamics and ecosystem study.

current research interests
Stratosphere, tropopause, ozone layer and ozone depletion research, planetary waves and energy propagation from Earth surface to ionosphere height. Climate change processes and their impact to ecosystem. Industrial and radioactive contamination impact on ecosystems. Climate change and ozone hole dynamics impact on Antarctic krill population.

Honours, Awards, Fellowships, Membership of Professional Societies
Honor of the Ukraine President order “For Services", III Grade for Antarctic Exploration in the First Ukrainian Antarctic Expedition 1996-1998.
Ukraine representative of the Scientific Committee Antarctic Research in 1999-2006.
Member of the American Geophysical Union, USA, since 1993.
Ukraine representative on Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting, 1999, 2000, 2003, 2004, 2005.
Adviser in Ukraine Delegation on Commission Conservation Marina Living Resources, 2006, 2007.
Deputy Head of “Antarctica” Scientific and Technical Council Ministry Education and Science of Ukraine (1999-2006).
Deputy Chief Editor of scientific "Ukrainian Antarctic Journal" (1999-2006).
Member of Expedition XXI Magazine Coordination Board.

Participation in Research Projects

1. Title of project: grant INTAS-01-0517 "Comparative population and monitoring research on Gentoo penguins (Pygoscelis papua) in Antarctica". Position: NIS team leader. Company of budget: INTAS.
Participant institutions: Bulgarian Antarctic Institute, Sofia, Bulgaria; Institute of Molecular Biology, Department of Cell Biology, Sofia, Bulgaria; Institute for Nuclear Research and Nuclear Energy, Astrophysical Objects and Environment Lab., Sofia, Bulgaria; National Taras Shevchenko University of Kyiv, Ukraine; Institute of Molecular Biology and Genetics, National Academy of Science of Ukraine, Kyiv, Ukraine; Ukrainian Antarctic Center, Scientific Department, Kyiv, Ukraine
Duration: from 2001 to 2005. Quantity of budget (for team): 24 000 Euro.
Responsible researcher, scientific coordinator: Dr Oleg Georgiev
Number of participant researchers: 20 (4 in team)

2. Title of project: "University South Carolina Chernobyl Research Initiative". Position: Program Coordinator in Ukraine.
Duration: from 2001 to ongoing.
Participant institutions: CNRS, Paris, France; National Taras Shevchenko University of Kyiv, Ukraine; Ukrainian Museum of Natural History, Kiev; IRLab., Slavutych, Ukraine; University of Milano, Italy; University of Extramadura, Spain; University of South Carolina, USA; Scottish Agricultural College, UK; Saskatoon, Canada; Savannah River Ecology Lab, USA.


International Polar Year - IPY 2007/8 projects participation:

ORACLE-O3

Ozone layer and UV radiation in a changing climate evaluated during IPY

ICESTAR/IHY

Interhemispheric Conjugacy in Geospace Phenomena and their Heliospheric Drivers

ClicOPEN

Impact of CLImate induced glacial melting on marine and terrestric COastal communities on a gradient along the Western Antarctic PENinsula

PLATES & GATES
Plate Tectonics and Polar Gateways in Earth History (incl: CAZIC: Circum Antarctic Zircon Census, manager of the project)

Stays in foreign Centers:

1. Center: Freiberg University. Locality: Freiberg. Country: Germany. Date: December 2002. Duration (weeks): one, 03-08 Dec 02. Theme: invited lectures on topic "Ukrainian research in Antarctica". Invited - contracted.
2. Center: Luxembourg University. Locality: Luxembourg. Country: Luxembourg. Date: June-July 2005. Duration (weeks): four, 14 Jul-14 Aug 05. Theme: research grant "Investigation of glacier structure", invited lectures "Ukrainian research in Antarctica". Invited - contracted.
3. Center: Athens University. Locality: Athens. Country: Greece. Date: November 2006. Duration (weeks): one, 11-17 Nov 07. Theme: Joint research and invited lecture on topic "Planetary waves in ozone layer above Antarctic region". Invited - contracted.
4. Center: University South Carolina. Locality: Columbia. Country: USA. Date: January 2007. Duration (weeks): one, 25-29 Jan 07. Theme: invited lectures on topic "Ukrainian research in climate change and biology in Antarctica". Invited - contracted.
5. Center: University Center of Svalbard UNIS. Locality: Longyearbyen, Svalbard. Country: Norway. Date: February 2007. Duration (weeks): one 18-23 Feb 07. Theme: invited lectures and joint research on topic "Ukrainian research in climate change and ozone layer in Antarctica". Invited - contracted.
6. Center: University of Tromso. Locality: Tromso. Country: Norway. Date: March 2007. Duration (weeks): one, 23 Feb-02 Mar 07. Theme: invited lectures on topics "Ukrainian research in climate change, ozone and biology in Antarctica", "Chernobyl disaster, view from inside: 20 years on". Invited - contracted.

Experience on organization of activities:
1. Title: First Ukrainian Antarctic Meeting. Type of activity: Chair of Organizing Committee. Field: Antarctic Science. Date: 2001
2. Title: Second Ukrainian Antarctic Meeting "Antarctic Peninsula: key region for environment change study". Type of activity: Chair of Organizing Committee. Field: Antarctic Science. Date: 2004

Experience of management of Research Programs and Plans:
Title: The State Program of Ukrainian Researches in Antarctica for 2002–2010
Type of activity: Development and management of the Program
Date: 2001

Publications:

- Number of papers in refereed journals: 20
- Number of communications to scientific meetings: 32
- Number of books: 1


Recent selected publications (2000-2007)

1. Lambert J.-C., M.Van Roozendael, P.C. Simon, J.-P. Pommereau, F.Goutail, J.F. Gleason, S.B. Andersen, D.W.Arlander, N.A. Bui Van, H. Claude, J. de La Nol, M. De Maziure, V.Dorokhov, P. Eriksen, A. Green, K. Karlsen Turnkvist, B.A.Kеstad Huiskar, E.Kyrts, J.Leveau, M.-F. Merienne, G.Milinevsky, H.K.Roscoe, A. Sarkissian, J.D. Shanklin, J. Stehelin, C. Wahlstrum Tellefsen, and G. Vaughan. Combined Characterisation of GOME and TOMS Total Ozone Measurements From Space Using Ground-Based Observations From the NDSC // Adv. Space Res. - 2000. - V. 26, No 12. - P. 1931-1940.
2. Kravchenko V.A., Milinevsky G.P., Suprunenko A.A., Evtushevsky A.M.. The search of the long-term oscillations in the geomagnetic field and ozone data from Antarctic station "Akademik Vernadsky" // Phys. Chem. Earth (B), Vol.25, No.5-6, pp. 149-152, 2000.
3. Clilverd M. A., Menk F.W., Milinevsky G.P., Sandel B.R., Goldstein J., Reinisch B.W., Wilford C.R., Rose M.C., Thomson N.R., Yearly K.H., Bailey G.J., Mann I.R., and Carpenter D.L. In situ and ground-based intercalibration measurements of plasma density at L = 2.5 // J. Geophys. Res. -2003 - doi: 10.1029/2003JA009866.
4. Prosek Р., Laska К., Budikova М., Milinevsky G. The regime of total and biologically effective ultraviolet radiation at Vernadsky Station (Argentine Islands, Antarctica) and the impact of ozone and cloudiness in 2002 and 2003 // Czech Geography at the Dawn of the Millenium. - Olomous: Czech Geographic Society, Palacky University in Olomous, 2004. - P. 211-223.
5. Grytsai A.V., Grytsai Z.I., Evtushevsky A.M., Milinevsky G.P., Leonov N.A. Traveling Planetary Waves in Ozone Layer over Antarctic Peninsula // Ukrainian Antarctic Journal - 2004. - No. 2. - P. 105-110.
6. Grytsai A., Grytsai Z., Evtushevsky A., Milinevsky G. Interannual planetary waves variability in ozone layer at 65 S // International Journal of Remote Sensing. - 2005. - Vol. 26, No. 16. - P. 3377-3387.
7. Moller A.P., Mousseau T.A., Milinevsky G., Peklo A., Pysanets E., Szep T. Condition, reproduction and survival of barn swallows from Chernobyl // Journal of Animal Ecology. - 2005.- Vol. 74. P. 1102–1111.
8. Grytsai A., Z. Grytsai, A. Evtushevsky, G. Milinevsky, and N. Leonov. Zonal wave numbers 1-5 in planetery waves from the TOMS total ozone at 65 S // Annales Geophysicae. - 2005. - Vol. 23, No. 5. - P. 1565-1573.
9. Gvozdovskyy I. Orlova T., Salkova E., Terenetskaya I., Milinevsky G. Ozone and solar UV-B radiation: monitoring of the vitamin D synthetic capacity of sunlight in Kiev and Antarctica // International Journal of Remote Sensing. - 2005. - Vol. 26, No. 16. - P. 3555–3559.
10. Woodworth P.L., Hughes C.W., Blackman D.L., Stepanov V.N., Holgate S.J., Foden P.R., Pugh J.P., Mack S., Hargreaves G.W., Meredith M.P., Milinevsky G. and Fierro Contreras J.J. Antarctic Peninsula sea levels: a real-time system for monitoring Drake Passage transport // Antarctic Science. – 2006. – Vol. 18, No 3. – P. 429-436.
11. Agapitov O.V., A.V. Grytsai, O.M. Evtushevsky, G.P. Milinevsky. Zonal asymmetry in total ozone in Antarctica in spring // Doklady NAS of Ukraine. – 2006. – No. 6. – P. 60-67 (in Ukrainian).
12. Grytsai A. V., O. M. Evtushevsky, O. V. Agapitov, A. R. Klekociuk, G. P. Milinevsky. Structure and long-term change in the zonal asymmetry in Antarctic total ozone during spring // Annales Geophysicae. - 2007. - Vol. 25. - P. 361-374.
13. Grytsai A. V., O. M. Evtushevsky, G. P. Milinevsky, O. V. Agapitov. Longitudinal position of the quasi-stationary wave extremes over the Antarctic region from the TOMS total ozone // International Journal of Remote Sensing. - 2007. - Vol. 28, No. 6. - P. 1391–1396.
14. Galushko, V.G., Kashcheyev, A.S., Kashcheyev, S.B., Koloskov, A.V., Pikulik, I.I., Yampolski, Y.M., Litvinov, V.A., Milinevsky G.P., Rakusa-Suszczewski, S. Bistatic HF diagnostics of TIDs over the Antarctic Peninsula // Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics. - 2007. - Vol. 69(4). - P.403-410. - doi:10.1016/j.jastp.2006.05.010.
15. Varotsos C., G. Milinevsky, A. Grytsai and M. Efstathiou. Scaling effect in planetary waves over Antarctica // International Journal of Remote Sensing. - 2007, (accepted).
16. Evtushevsky O., G. Milinevsky, A. Grytsai, V. Kravchenko, Z. Grytsai and M. Leonov. Comparison of ground-based Dobson and satellite EP-TOMS total ozone measurements over Vernadsky station, Antarctica, 1996-2005 // International Journal of Remote Sensing. - 2007, (accepted).
17. Grytsai A., O. Evtushevsky, and G. Milinevsky. Anomalous quasi-stationary planetary waves over Antarctic region in 1988 and 2002 // Annales Geophysicae. - 2007, (accepted).

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