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Dr Alexander Kurganskiy

Postdoctoral Fellow

 Peter Lanyon A073

 

Peter Lanyon Building, University of Exeter, Penryn Campus, Treliever Road, Penryn, Cornwall, TR10 9FE, UK

Overview

Qualifications

PhD., Geophisics, Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen, 2017

Thesis title "Integrated modelling of physical, chemical and biological weather".

Research

Research projects

SEANA- Shipping Emisions in the Arctic and North Atlantic atmosphere (NERC reference: NE/S00579X/1)

SEANA aims to understand the role of shipping on atmsopheric chemistry and climate within the north Atlantic and Arctic ocean using observations and models. More details on the project can be found her https://gtr.ukri.org/projects?ref=NE%2FS00579X%2F1 

Publications

Key publications | Publications by category | Publications by year

Publications by category


Journal articles

Brennan GL, Potter C, de Vere N, Griffith GW, Skjoth CA, Osborne NJ, Wheeler BW, McInnes RN, Clewlow Y, Barber A, et al (In Press). Temperate airborne grass pollen defined by spatio-temporal shifts in community composition. Nature Ecology and Evolution Author URL.  Full text.
Skjøth CA, Kurganskiy A, Grundström M, Werner M, Adams-Groom B (2021). Air pollution affecting pollen concentrations through radiative feedback in the atmosphere. Atmosphere, 12(11). Abstract.  Full text.
Rowney FM, Brennan GL, Skjøth C, Griffith GW, Clewlow Y, Adams-Groom B, Barber A, De Vere N, Economou T, Hegarty M, et al (2021). Environmental DNA reveals links between abundance and composition of airborne grass pollen and respiratory health. Current Biology Full text.
Kurganskiy A, Creer S, de Vere N, Griffith GW, Osborne NJ, Wheeler BW, McInnes RN, Clewlow Y, Barber A, Brennan GL, et al (2021). Predicting the severity of the grass pollen season and the effect of climate change in Northwest Europe. Sci Adv, 7(13). Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Kurganskiy A, Skjoth CA, Baklanov A, Sofiev M, Saarto A, Severova E, Smyshlyaev S, Kaas E (2020). Incorporation of pollen data in source maps is vital for pollen dispersion models. ATMOSPHERIC CHEMISTRY AND PHYSICS, 20(4), 2099-2121. Author URL.  Full text.
Baklanov A, Korsholm US, Nuterman R, Mahura A, Nielsen KP, Sass BH, Rasmussen A, Zakey A, Kaas E, Kurganskiy A, et al (2017). Enviro-HIRLAM online integrated meteorology-chemistry modelling system: strategy, methodology, developments and applications (v7.2). GEOSCIENTIFIC MODEL DEVELOPMENT, 10(8), 2971-2999. Author URL.  Full text.
Baklanov A, Schluenzen K, Suppan P, Baldasano J, Brunner D, Aksoyoglu S, Carmichael G, Douros J, Flemming J, Forkel R, et al (2014). Online coupled regional meteorology chemistry models in Europe: current status and prospects. ATMOSPHERIC CHEMISTRY AND PHYSICS, 14(1), 317-398. Author URL.

Chapters

Soares J, Geels C, Langner J, Tsyro S, Kurganskiy A, Ström J, Gallet J-C, Ruppel M, Sofiev M (2017). Assessment of Black Carbon in Arctic: Current Status and Potential Improvements. In  (Ed) Air Pollution Modeling and its Application XXV, 83-87.

Publications by year


In Press

Brennan GL, Potter C, de Vere N, Griffith GW, Skjoth CA, Osborne NJ, Wheeler BW, McInnes RN, Clewlow Y, Barber A, et al (In Press). Temperate airborne grass pollen defined by spatio-temporal shifts in community composition. Nature Ecology and Evolution Author URL.  Full text.

2021

Skjøth CA, Kurganskiy A, Grundström M, Werner M, Adams-Groom B (2021). Air pollution affecting pollen concentrations through radiative feedback in the atmosphere. Atmosphere, 12(11). Abstract.  Full text.
Rowney FM, Brennan GL, Skjøth C, Griffith GW, Clewlow Y, Adams-Groom B, Barber A, De Vere N, Economou T, Hegarty M, et al (2021). Environmental DNA reveals links between abundance and composition of airborne grass pollen and respiratory health. Current Biology Full text.
Kurganskiy A, Creer S, de Vere N, Griffith GW, Osborne NJ, Wheeler BW, McInnes RN, Clewlow Y, Barber A, Brennan GL, et al (2021). Predicting the severity of the grass pollen season and the effect of climate change in Northwest Europe. Sci Adv, 7(13). Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.

2020

Kurganskiy A, Skjoth CA, Baklanov A, Sofiev M, Saarto A, Severova E, Smyshlyaev S, Kaas E (2020). Incorporation of pollen data in source maps is vital for pollen dispersion models. ATMOSPHERIC CHEMISTRY AND PHYSICS, 20(4), 2099-2121. Author URL.  Full text.

2019

Kurganskiy A, Skjøth CA, Baklanov A, Sofiev M, Saarto A, Severova E, Smyshlyaev S, Kaas E (2019). Incorporation of pollen data in source maps is vital for pollen dispersion models. , 1-30.

2018

Brennan GL, Potter C, de Vere N, Griffith GW, Skjøth CA, Osborne NJ, Wheeler BW, McInnes RN, Clewlow Y, Barber A, et al (2018). Temperate grass allergy season defined by spatio-temporal shifts in airborne pollen communities.

2017

Soares J, Geels C, Langner J, Tsyro S, Kurganskiy A, Ström J, Gallet J-C, Ruppel M, Sofiev M (2017). Assessment of Black Carbon in Arctic: Current Status and Potential Improvements. In  (Ed) Air Pollution Modeling and its Application XXV, 83-87.
Baklanov A, Korsholm US, Nuterman R, Mahura A, Nielsen KP, Sass BH, Rasmussen A, Zakey A, Kaas E, Kurganskiy A, et al (2017). Enviro-HIRLAM online integrated meteorology-chemistry modelling system: strategy, methodology, developments and applications (v7.2). GEOSCIENTIFIC MODEL DEVELOPMENT, 10(8), 2971-2999. Author URL.  Full text.
Baklanov A, Korsholm US, Nuterman R, Mahura A, Nielsen KP, Sass BH, Rasmussen A, Zakey A, Kaas E, Kurganskiy A, et al (2017). The Enviro-HIRLAM online integrated meteorology–chemistry modelling system: strategy, methodology, developments, and applications. , 1-22.

2014

Baklanov A, Schluenzen K, Suppan P, Baldasano J, Brunner D, Aksoyoglu S, Carmichael G, Douros J, Flemming J, Forkel R, et al (2014). Online coupled regional meteorology chemistry models in Europe: current status and prospects. ATMOSPHERIC CHEMISTRY AND PHYSICS, 14(1), 317-398. Author URL.

2013

Baklanov A, Schluenzen KH, Suppan P, Baldasano J, Brunner D, Aksoyoglu S, Carmichael G, Douros J, Flemming J, Forkel R, et al (2013). Online coupled regional meteorology-chemistry models in Europe: current status and prospects. , 13(5), 12541-12724.

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