Vladimir Ivanov mainly investigates Oceanography, Arctic, Continental shelf, Climatology and Boundary current. His study in Oceanography focuses on Thermohaline circulation, Arctic ice pack and Lead. As part of his studies on Arctic, Vladimir Ivanov frequently links adjacent subjects like Sea ice.
Vladimir Ivanov combines subjects such as Halocline and Convection with his study of Continental shelf. His studies deal with areas such as Instrumentation and Satellite as well as Climatology. His Boundary current research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Water mass and Holocene.
Oceanography, Arctic, Sea ice, Climatology and Continental shelf are his primary areas of study. His study in The arctic, Thermohaline circulation, Arctic dipole anomaly, Arctic sea ice decline and Boundary current is done as part of Oceanography. The Boundary current study combines topics in areas such as Mooring and Water mass.
Vladimir Ivanov works mostly in the field of Arctic, limiting it down to concerns involving Atmosphere and, occasionally, Oceanic climate, Marine ecosystem, Underwater and Archipelago. His work deals with themes such as Atmospheric sciences and Surface water, which intersect with Sea ice. In his study, Transect is inextricably linked to Halocline, which falls within the broad field of Continental shelf.
Vladimir Ivanov focuses on Oceanography, Sea ice, Arctic, The arctic and Atmospheric sciences. His Oceanography research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Atmosphere and Biogeochemical cycle. Sea ice is the subject of his research, which falls under Climatology.
His study in Arctic is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Oceanic climate, Marine ecosystem, Seasonality and Underwater. His study on The arctic also encompasses disciplines like
His primary areas of investigation include Atmospheric sciences, Arctic, Sea ice, Convection and Nansen Basin. His Arctic study incorporates themes from Layer, Climatology, Seasonality and The arctic. His research investigates the connection between The arctic and topics such as Seasonal cycle that intersect with problems in Oceanography.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Biogeochemical cycle and Surface water in addition to Oceanography. Sea ice and Halocline are commonly linked in his work. His Nansen Basin research incorporates elements of Global warming, Thermohaline circulation, Phase and Heat flux.
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One More Step Toward a Warmer Arctic
Igor V. Polyakov;Agnieszka Beszczynska;Eddy C. Carmack;Igor A. Dmitrenko.
Geophysical Research Letters (2005)
Arctic Ocean warming contributes to reduced polar ice cap
Journal of Physical Oceanography (2010)
Greater role for Atlantic inflows on sea-ice loss in the Eurasian Basin of the Arctic Ocean
Igor V. Polyakov;Andrey V. Pnyushkov;Matthew B. Alkire;Igor M. Ashik.
Cascades of dense water around the world ocean
Vladimir Ivanov;G Shapiro;JM Huthnance;Dmitry Aleynik.
Progress in Oceanography (2004)
Confluence and redistribution of Atlantic water in the Nansen, Amundsen and Makarov basins
Ursula Schauer;B. Rudels;E. P. Jones;L. G. Anderson.
Annales Geophysicae (2002)
Water mass distribution in Fram Strait and over the Yermak Plateau in summer 1997
B. Rudels;R. Meyer;Eberhard Fahrbach;V. Ivanov.
Annales Geophysicae (2000)
Toward a warmer Arctic Ocean: Spreading of the early 21st century Atlantic Water warm anomaly along the Eurasian Basin margins
Igor A. Dmitrenko;Igor A. Dmitrenko;Igor V. Polyakov;Sergey A. Kirillov;Leonid A. Timokhov.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2008)
Seasonal modification of the Arctic Ocean intermediate water layer off the eastern Laptev Sea continental shelf break
Journal of Geophysical Research (2009)
The Arctic Circumpolar Boundary Current
Yevgeny Aksenov;Vladimir V. Ivanov;Vladimir V. Ivanov;Vladimir V. Ivanov;A. J. George Nurser;Sheldon Bacon.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2011)
Arctic Ocean Freshwater Changes over the Past 100 Years and Their Causes
Igor V. Polyakov;V. A. Alexeev;G. I. Belchansky;Igor A. Dmitrenko.
Journal of Climate (2008)
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