Country : Russia
Organization : Russian Academy of Sciences
Department : Institute of Geography
Email : Kutuzoff@list.ru
ResearchGate profile : https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Stanislav_Kutuzov
Google scholar profile : https://scholar.google.co.uk/citations?user=kZIlII0AAAAJ&hl=en
Areas of Interest:
- Assessment of changes in spatial extent and surface elevation of glaciers using remote sensing;
- Extraction and analysis of ice cores;
- Glacier ground-based geodetic surveys and mass balance;
- Ground radio-echo sounding surveys for glacier thickness mapping;
- Dust impacts on glaciated environments.
Research groups / Centres:
Stanislav Kutuzov graduated with First Class joint BSc and MSc degree in Glaciology from the Moscow Lomonosov State University, Moscow, Russia in 2005. He joint the Glaciology Laboratory, Institute of Geography, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow as PhD student and research scientist. In 2007-2009 he was a visiting PhD student at the University of Reading and successfully obtained his PhD in Glaciology in November 2009.
Stanislav was involved in many field work studies in different regions including the Caucasus, Tien Shan, Kamchatka, Russian Arctic, Norway and Kuril Islands. He is a principal investigator and co-investigator in several ongoing international projects such as:
- Assesment of Glacier Volume in the Northern Caucasus and Its Changes since the Middle of XX Century
- Development of Integrated Paleoclimatological Reconstruction for the Northern Caucasus Using Ice Cores and Dendrochronology
- Evaluation of Glacier Changes and Their Impacts in Central Asia
- Mass Balance of High Asia Glacier Systems and Their Response to Global Warming
Stanislav is also an Academic Secretary of the Glaciological Association which unites scientists from the post-Soviet states.
Stanislav joined the School of Geography and Environmental Sciences in March 2012 as a Marie Curie Research Fellow. He is working on the project 'Dust impacts on glaciated environments' (DIOGENES) with Dr Maria Shahgedanova and Dr Kevin White. This interdisciplinary project addresses impacts of dust on glaciers bringing together two major issues that are in the focus of climate change research: glacier shrinkage and impacts of mineral aerosol (dust) on climate system. The project aims are to:
- quantify trends in and impacts of dust deposition on glacier melt in the Caucasus Mountains, Russia
- establish provenance of long-travelled dust
- evaluate representation of dust transport and deposition in climate models using observational data from the Caucasus.
- Shahgedanova, M., Nosenko, G., Kutuzov, S., Rototaeva, O. and Khromova, T. (2014)Deglaciation of the Caucasus Mountains, Russia/Georgia, in the 21st century observed with ASTER satellite imagery and aerial photograpy. The Cryosphere, 8 (6). pp. 2367-2379. ISSN 1994-0424 doi: 10.5194/tc-8-2367-2014
- Kutuzov, S., Shahgedanova, M., Mikhalenko, V., Ginot, P., Lavrentiev, I. and Kemp, S. (2013)High-resolution provenance of desert dust deposited on Mt. Elbrus, Caucasus in 2009–2012 using snow pit and firn core records. The Cryosphere, 7. pp. 1481-1498. ISSN 1994-0424 doi: 10.5194/tc-7-1481-2013
- Shahgedanova, M., Kutuzov, S., White, K. H. and Nosenko, G. (2013) 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. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 13. pp. 1797-1808. ISSN 1680-7316 doi:10.5194/acp-13-1797-2013
- 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. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics Discussions, 12. pp. 24437-24467. ISSN 1680-7375 doi: 10.5194/acpd-12-24437-2012
Lecomte, I., Juliussen, H., Nagel Støren, E. W., Sauvin, G., Hamran, S.-E., Lavrientiev, I., Petrakov, D., Kutuzov, S., and Tissot, S. (2012) Geophysical Investigations of Unstable Mountain Slopes in Jotunheimen, Norway. Proceedings of the Near Surface Geoscience 2012 - 18th European Meeting of Environmental and Engineering Geophysics Paris, France, 3-5 September 2012
Kutuzov, S.S., Lavrentiev I.I., Macheret Y.Y., Petrakov D.A. (2012) Changes of the Marukh glacier from 1945 to 2011 Ice and Snow, 1 (117): 123-127.
Kutuzov, S.S. (2012) Glacier surface area and volume changes in the Terskey Ala-Too, Tien-Shan in the second half of the 20th century. Ice and Snow, 1 (117): 5-14.
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
Lavrentiev, I.I., V.N. Mikhalenko, S.S. Kutuzov (2009) Ice thickness and bedrock relief of the western Elbrus plateau. Ice and Snow, 2: 12-18.
Kutuzov, S. and M. Shahgedanova (2009) Glacier retreat and climatic variability in the eastern Terskey-Alatoo, inner Tien Shan between the middle of the 19th century and beginning of the 21stcentury. Global and Planetary Change, 69: 59-70. Doi:10.1016/j.gloplacha.2009.07.001.
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
Matoba, S., S.V. Ushakov, K. Shimbori, H. Sasaki, T. Yamasaki, A.A. Ovshannikov, A.G. Manevich, T.M. Zhideleeva, S. Kutuzov, Y.D. Muravyev,Takayuki Shiraiwa (2007) The glaciological expedition to Mount Ichinsky, Kamchatka. Russia. Bulletin of Glaciological Research, Japanese Society of Snow and Ice. 24: 79-85
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.
Osipova, G.B., D.G. Tsvenkov, S.S. Kutuzov, V.N. Mikhalenko, A.F. Glazovsky (2006) Fluctuation of glaciers in the second half of the 20th century caused by climatic changes, Central Asia, Internal ranges. In Glaciation in North and Central Eurasia at Present Time, 181-187. Nauka Publishers, Moscow.
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.
Mikhalenko, V.N., S.S. Kutuzov, F.F. Fayzrakhmanov, O.V. Nagornov, L.G. Tompson, M.G. Kunakhovich, S.M. Arkhipov, A.N. Dikikh, R. Usubaliev (2005) Glaciers recession in Tien Shan in XIX - beginning of XXI centuries: results of ice core drilling and borehole temperature measurements.Data of Glaciological Studies. 98: 175-182.
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.
Published abstracts of conference proceedings
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
Shahgedanova, M., Kutuzov, S., White, K., Nosenko, G., Woodage, M. (2012) Climatology of dust deposition events on Garabashi glacier, Mt. Elbrus, Caucasus, developed from snow pits using remote sencing, climate models and sedimentalogical analysis Geophysical Research Abstracts Vol. 14, EGU2012-6147, 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. Kutuzov, I.I. Lavrentiev, M.G. Kunakhovich (2008) Paleoclimatic ice core studies in the Caucasus Mountains as a base for a new paleoclimatic reconstruction for the low latitudes of the Northern Hemisphere: prospects and first results. Geophysical Research Abstracts, Vol. 10, EGU2008-A-00002, 2008 EGU General Assembly 2008
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.
Kutuzov, S. (2005) The retreat of Tien Shan glaciers (Central Asia) since the "Little Ice Age" obtained from moraine positions, aerial photographs and satellite images. 2nd PAGES Open Science Meeting 10-12 August 2005 Beijing, China, p.138
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
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 2013 Copernicus Publications
Climatology of dust deposition events on Garabashi glacier, Mt. Elbrus, Caucasus, developed from snow pits using remote sencing, climate models and sedimentalogical analysis 2012 Geophysical Research Abstracts
Paleoclimatic ice core studies in the Caucasus Mountains as a base for a new paleoclimatic reconstruction for the low latitudes of the Northern Hemisphere: prospects and first results 2008 Geophysical Research Abstracts
Desert dust deposition on Mt. Elbrus, Caucasus Mountains, Russia in 2009–2012 as recorded in snow and shallow ice core: high-resolution “provenancing”, transport patterns, physical properties and soluble ionic composition 2013 The Cryosphere Discuss