Place of work:
P.P. Shirshov Institute of Oceanology RAS
1979 – present: P.P.Shirshov Institute of Oceanology RAS, permanent affiliation, Senior Scientist. Participation in numerous research projects in physical oceanography and remote sensing.
1989-1990: Ocean University of Qingdao, Qingdao, P.R.China, Visiting Scientist. Investigations of frontal systems in the China Seas with the satellite data.
1993-1994: Universities Space Research Association, NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt MD, USA, Visiting Scientist. Research project on investigation of variability and frontogenesis in the large-scale oceanic frontal zones with the global AVHRR SST time series.
1998-1999: FRONTIER Research System for Global Change/Institute for Global Change Research, Tokyo, Japan, Research Scientist. Research project on satellite and ship data observations of decadal changes in the North Pacific oceanic frontal zones.
2003: Portuguese Fisheries and Sea Research Institute, Lisbon, Portugal, Visiting Scientist. Research project on study of the long-term variability in the Canary Upwelling System associated with the decadal climate changes in the North Atlantic based on satellite and ship-borne observations.
Topics of interest:
Physical oceanography; oceanographic applications of remote sensing; fronts; upwellings; variability of the large-scale oceanic frontal zones; long-term variability of SST in the Black and Aegean Seas associated with the large-scale atmospheric forcing; climate changes.
Active research projects:
Bilateral Russian–Turkish project ‘Response of Black and Aegean Seas to climatic variations’, Co-leader.
Kazmin A.S.,Legeckis R.,Fedorov K.N. Evolution of the temperature field in the Benguela upwelling using ship and satellite measurements. Sov.J.Remote Sensing, v.7, N 3, 427-444, 1990.
Kazmin A.S. Fronts of Benguela Upwelling: Analysis of Ship and Satellite Data. Sov.J. Remote Sensing, v.10(5), 833-851, 1993.
Kazmin A.S., Rienecker M.M. Variability and frontogenesis in the large-scale oceanic frontal zones. J. Geophys. Res., v. 101, No. C1, 907-921, 1996.
Nakamura H., Kazmin A.S. Decadal changes in the North Pacific oceanic frontal zones as revealed in ship and satellite observations. J. Geophys. Res., 108(C3), 3078, doi: 10.1029/1999JC000085, pp.23-1,23-16, 2003.
Santos, A. M. P., A. S. Kazmin and A. Peliz. Decadal changes in the Canary upwelling system as revealed by satellite observations: Their impact on productivity. J. Mar. Res., 63, 359-379, 2005. Paper.
Kazmin, A.S., Zatsepin A.G. Long-term variability of surface temperature in the Black Sea, and its connection with the large-scale atmospheric forcing. J. Mar. Syst.,68 (1-2), 293-301,doi:10.1016/j.jmarsys.2007.01.002., 2007. Paper.
Kazmin, A.S., A.G. Zatsepin and H.Kontoyiannis. Comparative analysis of the long-term variability of winter surface temperature in the Black and Aegean Seas during 1982-2004 associated with the large-scale atmospheric forcing. Int. J. of Climatol. DOI: 10.1002/joc.1985., 2009.