Tatiana Bukanova

Tatiana Bukanova, PhD, Researcher

Tatiana Bukanova

Web of Science ResearcherID: K-1579-2016

Scopus Author ID: 55371869700

ORCID: 0000-0002-8846-9529 

РИНЦ AuthorID: 920997

ResearchGate profile

View CV: Bukanova_CV_2020


1. Personal data

Name Tatiana Bukanova

Date of birth       10.09.1985

Address               prospect Mira, 1,

236022 Kaliningrad, Russia

Mob.    +7 911 858 05 85

Fax                     +7 (4012) 91 69 70

E-mail                 tatiana.bukanova@gmail.com

Web                   www.atlantic.ocean.ru

2. Present position:

Researcher, Laboratory for Marine Physics, PhD (Geogr.) Atlantic Branch of Shirshov Institute of Oceanology, Kaliningrad, Russia

3. Research fields

geophysical fluid dynamics:

  • water exchange, upwelling, cascading,
  • mixing near the temperature of maximum density;

marine environment:

  • environmental monitoring;eutrophication;
  • spatial and temporal variations of chlorophyll “a” concentration,
  • sea surface temperature, suspended matter, and marine ice;
  • climate change and ecosystem regime shifts;
  • validation of satellite data.


satellite observations, field measurements.

4. Language skills

English (fluent); German (elementary); Russian (native)

5. Education:                          

2014: PhD, Geography (Specialty: Oceanology)Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University, Kaliningrad;

2007-2010 postgraduate studiesat Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University, Kaliningrad;

2002-2007: Specialist (Geoecology)Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University, Kaliningrad.

5. Teaching course:

2017 – current:lecture course on “Regional satellite oceanography”at the Ocean Geography Department, Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University.

6. Research Projects:

2019-2021: The core of the Baltic CIL: examining the hypotheses of its formation(Russian Foundation for Basic Research, project№19-05-00717-a), participant;

2019-2021: Regional climate variability as an indicator of global warming(Russian Foundation for Basic Research, project№19-45-390012 r_а), participant;

2014-2016:Geoecological conditions of marine management in the Russian sector of the south-eastern Baltic Sea (Russian Science Foundation № 14-37-00047), participant;

2014-2016: Based on satellite data, an assessment of quantitative characteristics of phytoplankton blooms in European seas of Russia, their relationship with climatic factors and the impact on ecological situation (Russian Science Foundation № 14-17-00800), participant;

2012-2014: Development of solutions for effective oil spill management in South-Eastern Baltic (NATO Science for Peace and Security Programme, project № 984359), participant;

2012: Automated detection of chlorophyll and thermal fronts from satellite imagery: A case study of the South-Eastern Baltic Sea(POGO-SCOR Fellowship, visiting fellowshipat the University of Rhode Island, USA), participant;

2012: Variability of the marine environment in the southeastern part of the Baltic Sea fromsatellite observations and sub-satellite measurements using buoy and bottom stations (Russian Foundation for Basic Research, project№12-05-90814mol_rf_nr), participant;

2011: Improvement of satellite algorithms for retrieval of  chlorophyll and suspended matter concentrations in the southeastern Baltic Sea based on ship measurementsdataof 2010 (Russian Foundation for Basic Research, project№11-05-90760mob_st), participant;

2010:Development of regional algorithms for satellite ocean color scanners for the southeastern Baltic Sea(Russian Foundation for Basic Research, project№ 10-05-90718mob_st), participant.

7. Selected publications:

  1. Bagaev A.V., Bukanova T.V., Chubarenko I.P. Spring cold water intrusions as the beginning of the cold intermediate layer formation in the Baltic sea // Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science. 250. 2021. 107141. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ecss.2020.107141.
  2. Krek E.V., Stont Zh.I., Bukanova T.V. Ice conditions in the southeastern Baltic sea from satellite data (2004–2019) // Journal of Oceanological Research. 2020. Т. 48. № 2. С.18–33. https://doi.org/10.29006/1564–2291.JOR–2020.48(2).2.
  3. Kudryavtseva Е., Aleksandrov S., Bukanova T., Dmitrieva O., Rusanov I. Relationship between seasonal variations of primary production, abiotic factors and phytoplankton composition in the coastal zone of the south-eastern part of the Baltic Sea // Regional Studies in Marine Science. 2019. V. 32. DOI: 10.1016/j.rsma.2019.100862.
  4. Stont Zh.I., Bukanova T.V. General features of air temperature over coastal waters of the south-eastern Baltic Sea for 2004-2017 // Russian Journal of Earth Sciences. 2019. 2019. Vol. 19. ES3001. P. 1-9. DOI: 10.2205/2019ES000657.
  5. Bukanova T., Kopelevich O., Vazyulya S., Bubnova E., Sahling I. Suspended matter distribution in the south-eastern Baltic Sea from satellite and in situ data // International Journal of Remote Sensing. Special Issue. 2018. V. 39. № 24. P. 9317-9338. DOI: 10.1080/01431161.2018.15192902.
  6. Chubarenko B., Domnin D., Navrotskaya S., StontZh., Chechko V., Bobykina V., Pilipchuk V., Karmanov К., Domnina А., Bukanova T., Topchaya V., Kileso A. Transboundary Lagoons of the Baltic Sea. In: The Diversity of Russian Estuaries and Lagoons Exposed to Human Influence. К. Kosyan (Ed.). Springer, 2017. 149–190. http://www.springer.com/cn/book/9783319433905.
  7. Kopelevich, O.V., Vazyulya, S.V., Sheberstov, S.V., Bukanova T.V. Suspended matter in the surface layer of the southeastern Baltic from satellite data // Oceanology. 2016.V. 56. P. 46-54. DOI: 10.1134/S0001437016010069.
  8. Golenko M.N., Golenko N.N., Bukanova T.V. Investigation of structural features of coastal thermohaline frontal zones in the South-East Baltic from numerical model and satellite data // Current problems in remote sensing of the Earth from space. 2015. V. 12. № 6. P.125-135. http://d33.infospace.ru/d33_conf/sb2015t6/125-135.pdf.
  9. Bukanova T.V., StontZh.I., Goushchin O.A. Variability of sea surface temperature in the South–Eastern Baltic Sea from MODIS data // Current problems in remote sensing of the Earth from space. 2015. V. 12, № 4. P. 86-96. http://d33.infospace.ru/d33_conf/sb2015t4/86-96.pdf.
  10. Suzdalev, S., Gulbinskas S., Sivkov V., Bukanova, T., Solutions for effective oil spill management in the south-eastern part of the Baltic Sea // Baltica. 2014. V. 27. Special Issue, P. 3-8. DOI: 10.5200/baltica.2014.27.09.
  11. Bukanova, T., S. Vazyulya, O. Kopelevich, V. Burenkov, S. Sheberstov, S. Aleksandrov. Development of regionalatmospheric correction algorithms of satellite ocean colour sensorsfor the south-eastern Baltic Sea // Current Problems in Remote Sensing of the Earth from Space. 2012. V. 9. № 4. P. 70-79. http://d33.infospace.ru/d33_conf/sb2012t4/70-79.pdf.
  12. Bukanova, T., S. Vazyulya, O. Kopelevich, V. Burenkov, A. Grigoriev, A. Khrapko, S. Sheberstov, S. Aleksandrov. Regional algorithms for analysis of chlorophyll and suspended matter concentration in the South-Eastern Baltic Sea using the satellite ocean colour scanner //Current Problems in Remote Sensing of the Earth from Space. 2011. V. 8. № 2.P. 64-73. http://d33.infospace.ru/d33_conf/2011v8n2/64-73.pdf.