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PhD (Geological and Mineralogical Sciences)
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In 2001, he graduated from the magistracy of the Geological Faculty of Lomonosov Moscow State University with a degree in Lithology and Marine Geology, and entered the graduate school of the IO RAS.
In 2004 he graduated from the graduate school of the Institute of Oceanology of RAS with the presentation of a thesis for defense and entered the laboratory of Physico-Geological Studies as a chief specialist.
In 2005 and 2008 approved as a scientific and senior researcher at the IO RAS, respectively.
In 2011, under the leadership of Academician of RAS A.P. Lisitsyn, he defended his PhD thesis "Vertical flows of sedimentary matter in the White Sea", specialty 25.00.28 "Oceanology".
Research interests: processes of modern sedimentation in high latitudes of the World Ocean. Under the leadership of Academician of RAS A.P. Lisitsyn a new approach has been developed to study marine sedimentation using dispersed sedimentary material of the water column in sedimentation traps in comparison with the surface layer of bottom sediments (concentrated forms of sedimentary matter). This approach opens up the possibility (by the flows of sedimentary matter in the water column) to study modern sedimentation in the surface layers of bottom sediments in situ and, at a new technological level, to track changes in the natural environment and climate.
- Novigatsky A.N. Dispersed sedimentary material in the snow and ice cover of the Central Arctic and its fluxes to the bottom // The Arctic: Current Issues and Challenges / Pokrovsky O.S., Kirpotin S.N., Malov A.I. (Eds.). NY: Nova Science Publishers. 2020. P. 393–404. ISBN: 978-1-53617-306-2
- Novigatsky A.N., Klyuvitkin A.A., Lisitsyn A.P. Vertical Fluxes of Dispersed Sedimentary Matter, Absolute Masses of the Bottom Sediments, and Rates of Modern Sedimentation / In Sedimentation Processes in the White Sea: The White Sea. Eds.: A.P. Lisitzin and L.L. Demina. Environment Part II, Hdb Env Chem. Springer International Publishing AG. 2018. DOI: 10.1007/698_2018_278
- Frey D. I., Novigatsky A.N., Kravchishina M. D., Morozov E. G. Water structure and currents in the Bear Island Trough in July-August 2017. Russian Journal of Earth Sciences. V. 17. 2017. URL: http://elpub.wdcb.ru/journals/rjes/v17/2017ES000602/2017ES000602.pdf. DOI:10.2205/2017ES000602
- Stohl A., Klimont Z., Eckhardt S., Kupiainen K., Shevchenko V.P., Kopeikin V.M., Novigatsky A.N. Black carbon in the Arctic: the underestimated role of gas flaring and residential combustion emissions // Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 2013. V. 13. P. 8833–8855, doi:10.5194/acp-13-8833-2013.
- Shevchenko V.P., Vinogradova A.A., Lisitzin A.P., Novigatsky A.N., Panchenko M.V., Pol’kin V.V. Aeolian and ice transport of matter (including pollutants) in the Arctic // Implications and Consequences of Anthropogenic Pollution in Polar Environments. From Pole to Pole / R. Kallenborn (editor). Springer, 2016. P. 59–73.