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Voronezh State University
Funded by the European Commission's Directorate-General for Research - 7th Framework Programme (FP7)
Grant agreement #225517
Dr. Anatoly Semenov — Laboratory of the Upper Atmospheric Physics, Obukhov Institute of Atmospheric Physics, RAS
Name, position in organization
Dr. Anatoly Semenov, Head of Laboratory of the Upper Atmospheric Physics
Laboratory of the Upper Atmospheric Physics
Obukhov Institute of Atmospheric Physics, RAS
Pyzhevsky per., 3, Moscow, 119017
Russian Federal District
Central Federal District
COMPETENCES IN FP7 THEME "ENVIRONMENT (INCLUDING CLIMATE CHANGE)"
Other spheres of competence
Climate change of the middle and upper atmosphere of the Earth
Short description of the organization/department/research team
Scientific achievements of Laboratory are connected with researches of a thermal condition, structure and dynamic processes of an average and top atmosphere. They are based on measurements of parameters of the airglow. Results of researches of the long-term changes of temperature and concentration of small gas chemically active components at heights of the upper atmosphere are widely known all over the world.
Publications on the topic
Golitsyn G.S., Semenov A.I., Shefov N.N., Fishkova L.M., Lysenko E.V., Perov S.P. Long-term temperature trend in the middle and upper atmosphere // Geophys.Res.Lett. 1996. V.23. N 14. P. 1741-1744.
Shefov N.N., Semenov A.I., Pertsev N.N. Dependencies of the amplitude of the temperature enhancement maximum and atomic oxygen concentrations in the mesopause region on seasons and solar activity level // Physics and Chemistry of the Earth. Part B. 2000. V. 25. N 5-6. P. 537-539.
Semenov A.I., Shefov N.N., Lysenko E.V., Givishvili G.V., Tikhonov A.V. The season peculiarities of behaviour of the long-term temperature trends in the middle atmosphere on the mid-latitudes // Physics and chemistry of the Earth. 2002. V. 27. N 6-8. P. 529-534.
Shefov N.N., Semenov A.I. The long-term trend of ozone at heights from 80 to 100 km at the mid-latitude mesopause for the nocturnal conditions // Physics and chemistry of the Earth. 2002. V. 27. N P. 535-542.
Beig G., Keckhut P., Lowe R.P., Roble R., Mlynczak M.G., Scheer J., Fomichev V., Offermann D., French W.J.R., Shepherd M.G., Semenov A.I., Remsberg E., She C.Y., Luebken F.J., Bremer J., Clemesha B.R., Stegman J., Sigernes F., and Fadnavis S. Review of mesospheric temperature trends // Rev. Geophys. 2003. 41(4), 1015, doi: 10.1029/2002RG000121, 2003.
Semenov A.I., Shefov N.N., Perminov V.I., Khomich V.Yu., Fadel Kh.M. Temperature response of the middle atmosphere on the solar activity for different seasons // Geomagnetism and Aeronomy. 2005. V. 45. N 2. P. 236-240.
Khomich V.Yu., Semenov A.I., Shefov N.N. Airglow as an Indicator of Upper Atmospheric Structure and Dynamics. Springer-Verlag Berlin. 2008. 739 p.
Semenov A.I., Shefov N.N. Emission of the upper atmosphere is a sensitive indicator of solar -terrestrial processes: Summary of results over a period of 60 years // Geomagnetism and Aeronomy. 2001. V.51. N 4. P. 435-449, doi: 10.1134/S0016793211040025.
Climate change, Middle and upper atmosphere, Airglow Solar-Terrestrial relation
Participation in EU Framework Programme project
FP7 ENV Projects description
Participation in other European programmes projects
EU Programmes Projects description
Development of methods, instrumentation and models for optical monitoring of atmospheric trace gases up to 110 km and study of their trend characteristics
Participation in relevant Russian projects
Russian Projects Description
Research of seasonal variations of longitudinal distribution of temperature of the lower thermosphere with use of parameters of its own radiation
Development of methods for monitoring the dynamic and structural parameters of the middle and upper atmosphere by recording their emission characteristics
Description of other previous and presernational cooperationent experience in International Cooperation
INTEREST IN FP7 OPEN CALLS