Vadim Pelevin

Vadim Pelevin
Research fellow
pelevin@ocean.ru

Vadim Pelevin

Education:

He graduated from the Bauman Moscow State Technical University. He received his M.Sc. in Applied Optics and Lasers in 2000.Since 2000 Mr. Pelevin is an Engineer in the Laboratory of land-ocean interactions and the anthropogenic impact of the Shirshov Institute, than since 2005 - Senior Engineer and since 2013 is a Research Worker.

Main achievements: 

The development of Light Induced Fluorescence (LIF) LiDARs UFL-series. UFL-7, 8, 9 are suitable for high resolution mapping of chlorophyll, organic matter and suspended sediment upper layer concentration in large water bodies. More than 30 marine expeditions were conducted in various seas and big lakes since 2002.

Scientific interests:

Spatial variability of water quality parameters; anthropogenic impact on open and inland seas, lakes and rivers; waters pollution and water quality. 



  Science articles


High resolution LiDAR measurements reveal fine internal structure and variability of sediment-carrying coastal plume

P.O. Zavialov, V.V. Pelevin, N.A. Belyaev, A.S. Izhitskiy, B.V. Konovalov, V.V. Krementskiy, I.V. Goncharenko, A.A. Osadchiev, D.M. Soloviev, C.A.E. Garcia, E.S. Pereira, L. Sartorato, O.O. Moller Jr.

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Structure of the buoyant plume formed by Ob and Yenisei river discharge in the southern part of the Kara Sea during summer and autumn

Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans, 2017. A. A. Osadchiev, A. S. Izhitskiy, P. O. Zavialov, V. V. Kremenetskiy, A. A. Polukhin, V. V. Pelevin, and Z. M. Toktamysova

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Ground truth data on chlorophyll-a, chromophoric dissolved organic matter and suspended sediment concentrations in the upper water layer as obtained by LIF lidar at high spatial resolution

Remote Sensing, 2017. Vadim Pelevin, Andras Zlinszky, Elizaveta Khimchenko & Viktor Toth

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The Structure of Thermohaline and BioOptical Fields in the Surface Layer of the Kara Sea in September 2011

Oceanology, 2015. P. O. Zavialov, A. S. Izhitskiy, A. A. Osadchiev, V. V. Pelevin, and A. B. Grabovskiy

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Measurements with high spatial resolution of chlorophyll-a, cdom and total suspended matter in coastal zones and inland water bodies by the portable ufl lidar

Vadim Pelevin, Peter Zavialov, Boris Konovalov, András Zlinszky, Stephanie Palmer, Viktor Toth, Igor Goncharenko, Lisa Khymchenko, Varvara Osokina

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Estimating the Deposition of RiverBorne Suspended Matter from the Joint Analysis of Suspension Concentration and Salinity

Oceanology, 2015. P. O. Zavialov, E. S. Barbanova, V. V. Pelevin, A. A. Osadchiev

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Hydrophysical and Hydrochemical Characteristics of the Sea Areas Adjacent to the Estuaries of Small Rivers of the Russian Coast of the Black Sea

Oceanology, 2014. P. O. Zavialov, P. N. Makkaveev, B. V. Konovalov, A. A. Osadchiev, P. V. Khlebopashev, V. V. Pelevin A. B. Grabovskiy, A. S. Izhitskiy, I. V. Goncharenko, D. M. Soloviev, and A. A. Polukhin

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Ultraviolet Fluorescence LiDAR (UFL) as a Measurement Tool for Water Quality Parameters in Turbid Lake Conditions

Remote Sensing, 2013. Stephanie C.J. Palmer, Vadim V. Pelevin, Igor Goncharenko, Attila W. Kovács, András Zlinszky, Mátyás Présing, Hajnalka Horváth, Virginia Nicolás-Perea, Heiko Balzter and Viktor R. Tóth

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