Stanislav Kutuzov
 
 Ph.D.
 
s.kutuzov@gmail.coms.kutuzov@reading.ac.uk
 
since 2009       Research Associate
Institute of Geography
Academy                        Glaciology dept.,
Phone: +7(495) 125 90 11
since March    Marie Curie Research Fellow
Dept. of Geography and Environmental Science                        Miller Building, Whiteknights, PO Box 227, Reading, RG6 6AB, UK
                        Fax: +44(0)1189755865
 
The Institute of Geography
Education
 
1998-2000 School of Young Geographers at the Moscow State (Lomonosov) University, Moscow, Russia. This school is in addition to standard education and provides weekly classes and field trips addressing various aspects of physical geography and environmental science to students age 15-17.
 
25 June 2005 First Class joint BSc and MSc degree in Glaciology. MSc thesis title ‘Glacier Changes in the Inner Tien-Shan Mountains since the End of the 19th century’.
 
2007-2008 Visiting Ph.D. student at the University of Reading, Reading, UK. Duration of stay: 4 months a year over two years. Funding: EU INTAS Young Scientist Fellowship.
Areas of Interest:
Extraction and analysis of ice cores;
Ground radio-echo sounding surveys for glacier thickness mapping;
Achievements:
 
2011-2013 Russian Foundation for Basic Research, grant № 11-05-00728 “Assessment of glacier volume in Northern Caucasus and its changes since the middle of XX century” Principal Investigator.
2011-2012 President Grants for Government Support of Young Russian Scientists and the Leading Scientific Schools of the Russian Federation grant № МК-875.2011.5 “Ice storage changes in the Northern Caucasus since the mid XX century” Principal Investigator..
2009          Russian Foundation for Basic Research, grant № 09-05-10043-k ‘Deep Ice-core Drilling and Palaeoclimatic Data Collecting on Mt. Elbrus, Caucasus.’ Co-investigator.
а2007-2009 EU Independent Assistance (INTAS) programme, grant № 8593 ‘Evaluating the Recent and Future Climate Change and Glacier Dynamics in the Mountains of Southern Siberia’ Co-investigator.
2007           Russian Foundation for Basic Research, grant № 07-05-00232 ‘Regime and Dynamics of Glaciers of the main Caucasus Volcanic Massifs and Glacial Hazards.’ Co-investigator. 
2004-2006 Russian Foundation for Basic Research, grant № 04-05-64644 ‘Spatial reconstruction of Tien Shan Climate of the Last 400 Years based on Tree-ring Analysis.’ Co-investigator.
2003           Russian Foundation for Basic Research, Young Scientists Support Programme, grant № 03-05-06099. ‘Changes in now cover in the central Northern Caucasus’. Principal Investigator.
 
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to attend the EGU 2013, Vienna, Austria, 07-12 April 2013.
Financial support to attend the EGU 2006, Vienna, Austria, 02-06 April 2006.
2nd PAGES Open Science Meeting 10-12 August 2005 Beijing, China.
 
English - fluent
Publications:
 
  1. Shahgedanova, M., Kutuzov, S., White, K., and Nosenko, G. (2012) Using the significant dust deposition event on the glaciers of Mt. Elbrus, Caucasus Mountains, Russia on 5 May 2009 to develop a method for dating and provenancing of desert dust events recorded in snow pack, Atmos. Chem. Phys. Discuss., 12, 24437-24467, doi:10.5194/acpd-12-24437-2012.  
 
  1. Kutuzov, S.S.Kutuzov, S.S.Mikhalenko V.N., Kutuzov S.S., Nagornov O.V., Tuflin S.A., Lavrentiev I.I., Marchenko S.A., Okopny V.I. (2011) Stratigraphy and temperature regime of western Elbrus ice-firn plateau. in Environmental and climatic changes: natural and technogenic hazards. M, Nauka. p.22-30
 
  1. Kutuzov, S.Mikhalenko, V.N., I.I. Lavrentiev, and S. Kutuzov (2008) Deep ice-core drilling on Mt. Elbrus as a background for a new paleoclimatic reconstruction for the low latitudes of the Northern Hemisphere. In Kotlyakov, V.M. (ed). Changes of Environment and Climate: Natural and Connected Technogenic Hazards. Vol.2. P.2: Natural Process in the Earth Polar Regions. IGRAS Press, Moscow. p. 118-124
 
  1. Solomina, O.N., F. Schweingruber, O.V. Nagornov, V.A. Kuzmichenok, U.O. Yurina, V.N. Mikhalenko, M.G. Kunahovich, S.S. Kutuzov (2006) Summer air temperature and glaciers ablation reconstructions using tree ring width and density for the last 400 years in the Central Tien-Shan. Data of Glaciological Studies, 100: 100-109.
 
  1. Mikhalenko, V.N., S.S. Kutuzov, I.I. Lavrentiev, M.G. Kunakhovich, L.G. Tompson Elbrus western firn plateau studies: results and prospects. Data of Glaciological Studies. 99: 185-190.
 
  1. Mikhalenko, V.N., S.M. Arkhipov, S.S. Kutuzov (2004) Degradation of mountain glaciers in low and middle latitudes during the period of global climatic warming. Transactions of the Russian Academy of Science, Geography Series (Izvestia RAS, Series Geogr.), 4: 35-41.
 
Mikhalenko V.N., Kutuzov S.S., Lavrentiev I.I. First deep ice core drilling near the Elbrus summit, Caucasus, Russia Caucasus International Partnerships in Ice Core Sciences FIRST OPEN SCIENCE CONFERENCE 1-5 October 2012, Presqu’île de Giens, Côte d’Azur, France, p. 14.
 
Kutuzov, S.S., Lavrentiev I.I., Macheret Y.Y., Petrakov D.A. Recent area and volume changes of Marukh glacier in western Caucasus Geophysical Research Abstracts Vol. 14, EGU2012-5585, 2012 EGU General Assembly 2012
 
Juliussen, H., Støren, E.N., Lecomte, I., Sauvin, G., Tissot, S., Hamran, S.-E., Petrakov, D., Lavrentiev, I., and Kutuzov, S. Coupling alpine lake sediments with slope deposits using a combined geophysical and sedimentological approach, Leirvatnet, Jotunheimen, southern Norway Geophysical Research Abstracts Vol. 14, EGU2012-12333, 2012 EGU General Assembly 2012
 
Mikhalenko, V.N., S.S. Kutuzov, I.I. Lavrenteiv, M.G. Kunakhovich (2007) A potential high-elevation ice-core site at Mt. Elbrus, Caucasus. General Assembly of the International Union of Geodetic and Geophysics. Perugia 2007. Perugia University Press, A287-14.
 
Mikhalenko, V.N., L.G.Tompson, S.S. Kutuzov, S.M. Arkhipov, O.V. Nagornov, P. Lin (2004) Recent climate change as documented by ice core evidence, glacier retreat, and borehole temperature for the Gregoriev ice cap, Central Asia. AGU 2004 fall meeting San Francisco 13-17 December, abstract database C15A-1019