Ivanova Elena Vladimirovna
- Head of the Laboratory of Paleoceanology
- Miscellaneous Information:
paleogeography, doctor of geological-mineralogical Sciences (2003), chief researcher, head of the Laboratory of Paleoceanology (2018). Main publications by Elena V. Ivanova
Head of the Laboratory of Paleoceanology
Member of the Russian Paleontological Society (since 1984)
Russian representative to IMAGES (2002-2007)
Expert of the SCOR/IMAGES WG 121 PACE (2004-2006) and
SCOR/IGBP WG 138 (2011-2015)
Member of the American Geophysical Union (since 2005)
Member of The Micropaleontological Society (since 2009)
Supersivor of PhD and MS students at Shirshov Institute of Oceanology/MSU
Reviewer of Elsevier, AGU and Russian scientific journals
2003, Moscow, Russia
DrSc (Habilitation) in Oceanography / Marine geology, Shirshov Institute of Oceanology, Russian Academy of Sciences: "The role of thermohaline circulation in paleoceanographic events of the last glacial cycle"
1984, Moscow, USSR
PhD in Marine geology, Shirshov Institute of Oceanology, USSR Academy of Sciences: "Late Quaternary paleoceanography of the Indian Ocean and the Red Sea (based on planktonic foraminifers and pteropods)"
1977, Moscow, USSR
MS in Paleogeography, Moscow State University
1978-1986 -Assistant Research Scientist at Shirshov Institute of Oceanology, Moscow, USSR
1986 -1991 -Research Scientist at Shirshov Institute of Oceanology, Moscow, USSR
1991-1999 -Senior Research Scientist at Shirshov Institute of Oceanology, Moscow, Russia
1999 - Present -Senior Research Scientist with tenure at Shirshov Institute of Oceanology, Moscow, Russia
2005 - 2017 – Head of Paleoceanographic team at Laboratory of Geodynamics and Paleoceanology, Shirshov Institute of Oceanology, Moscow, Russia
1994-1995 -Visiting Research Scientist at Centre des Faibles Radioactivites, Laboratoire Mixte CNRS-CEA, Gif-sur-Yvette, France (1 year)
1995 - Visiting Research Scientist at Geological-Paleontological Institute, Kiel University, Germany (project “Monitor Monsoon”, DFG grant, 3 months)
1995 - Visiting Professor at Department of Geology and Oceanography, University Bordeaux I, France (1 month)
1997, 1999, 2001 -Visiting Research Scientist at LSCE, Laboratoire Mixte CNRS-CEA, Gif-sur-Yvette, France (PECO and PICS grants, in total 3 months)
1998, 2000, 2001 - Visiting Scientist at Geological-Paleontological Institute, Tuebingen University, Germany (Tuebingen University funding, in total 3 weeks, DAAD grant, 2 months in 2000)
2001, 2002, 2011 – Visiting Research Scientist at GEOMAR, Kiel, Germany (SIRRO and KALMAR projects, in total 5.5 months)
2003 - 2008 – Visiting Research Scientist at CEREGE, Aix-en-Provence, France (START, PECO and PICS grant, in total 6 months)
2005 - Visiting Research Scientist at Smithsonian Institution, Washington D.C., USA (SI grant, 2 weeks).
2006 - Visiting Research Scientist at NOCS, UK (the Royal Society – RAS exchange programme, 1 month).
2010-2014 - Visiting Research Scientist at University of Liverpool and Brunel University, West London, UK (International CLIMSEAS Project, in total 1 month per year).
2011, 2012, 2015 – Visiting Research Scientist at AWI, Bremerhaven, Germany (KALMAR and OSL projects, 2 weeks)
Talks, lectures, international seminars: > 20
Number of communications to international scientific meetings: > 60
20 in total, including nine Transatlantic expeditions by RV “Akademic Ioffe”in 2010-2017 (Chief Scientists in cruises 46, 50, 52 and 53), four cruises in the Barents and Kara Seas (Chief Scientists in the Russian-Norwegian cruise 63 by RV “Professor Shtokman”), IMAGES VIII MONA, RV Marion Dufresne (2002) in the East Pacific, RV SONNE cruise 201- Leg 2 (2009) in the NW Pacific and Bering Sea and others.
Focus areas of research:
High-resolution records of paleoceanographic proxies from the low latitude Indo-Pacific, Arctic seas, Bering Sea and Black Sea.
Planktic and benthic foraminifers, and pteropods as paleoenvironmental indicators.
Possible mechanisms of teleconnections between high and low latitudes through the global thermohaline circulation.
Neogene-Quaternary bottom circulation and contourite systems in the Atlantic.
Scientific publications: 3 books (including 1 in English), >90 papers (including > 70 peer reviewed) in international and Russian journals, including 3Palaeo., Marine Micropaleontology, Boreas, Marine Geology, Global and Planetary Change, The Holocene, Paleoceanography, Science, Quaternary International, Quaternary Science Reviews
Shirshov Institute of Oceanology,
Russian Academy of Sciences,
36 Nakhimovsky Prosp., 117997,
Fax: (7 499) 124 59 83,
Phone: (7 499) 129 21 63
Knowledge of Languages: fluent Russian, English, French