Federal State Budget Scientific Institution
Federal Research Center "Marine Hydrophysical Institute of RAS"

Remote Sensing Department

Head of Department

Sergey Stanichny

Sergey Stanichny

Current position

Head, Remote Sensing Department, Marine Hydrophysical Institute(MHI).

Areas of expertise and skills

Remote Sensing and its applications, Radiation transfer, Satellite Data processing, Oceanography, projects development and management, professional training.


2005-present - Head of Department, MHI NASU, Remote Sensing Department
1994-2005 - Senior Scientist, MHI NASU, Remote Sensing Department
1989-1994 - Scientist, MHI NASU, Remote Sensing Department
1982-1989 - Junior Scientist, MHI NASU, Remote Sensing Department
1980-1982 - Engineer, MHI NASU., Remote Sensing Department


1991 PhD (Physics/Mathematics) Marine Hydrophysical Institute, Sevastopol, U.S.S.R.
1980 MS (Physics) Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, Moscow, U.S.S.R.


Honorary member of the Ukrainian Space Agency
Honorary collaborator of the Liege University

Main achivements

International projects

Selected scientific results


Full list of publications is available at Google Scholar profile

Selected publications

  1. G. Gawarkiewicz, G.Korotaev, S.Stanichny, D.Soloviev Synoptic upwelling and cross-shelf transport processes along the Crimean coast of the Black Sea. (1999). Cont. Shelf. Res. v.19, pp. 977-1005.
  2. Ginzburg, A. I., Kostianoy, A. G., Soloviev, D. M., Stanichny, S. V. (2000). Remotely sensed coastal/deepbasin water exchange processes in the Black Sea surface layer. Elsevier Oceanography Series, 63, 273-287.
  3. Anna I. Ginzburg, Andrey G. Kostianoy , Vladimir G. Krivosheya , Nikolay P. Nezlin, Dmitry M. Soloviev , Sergey V. Stanichny and Valeriy G. Yakubenko. (2002). Mesoscale eddies and related processes in the northeastern Black Sea. Journal of Marine Systems. 32 (1-3), pp. 71-90.
  4. Ginzburg, A. I., Kostianoy, A. G., Nezlin, N. P., Soloviev, D. M., Stanichny, S. V. (2002). Anticyclonic eddies in the northwestern Black Sea. Journal of Marine Systems, 32(1), 91-106.
  5. Andrei G. Zatsepin, Anna I. Ginzburg, Andrey G. Kostianoy, Vyacheslav V. Kremenetskiy, Vladimir G. Krivosheya, Sergey V. Stanichny, Pierre - Marie Poulain (2003). Observations of Black Sea Mesoscale Eddies and Associated Horizontal Mixing, JGR, 108, NO. C8, 3246, doi:10.1029/2002JC001390
  6. Peneva, E. L., Stanev, E. V., Stanichny, S. V., Salokhiddinov, A., Stulina, G. (2004). The recent evolution of the Aral Sea level and water properties: analysis of satellite, gauge and hydrometeorological data. Journal of marine systems, 47(1), 11-24.
  7. Kostianoy A.G., Lebedev S.A., Litovchenko K.Ts., Stanichny S.V., Pichuzhkina O.E Oil spill monitoring in the Southeastern Baltic Sea. (2005) Environmental Research, Engineering and Management. N3(33), P.73-79.
  8. S. Stanichny, V. Tigny, R. Stanichnaya, S. Djenidi (2005). Wind driven upwelling along the African coast of the Strait of Gibraltar. Geophysical Research Letters, VOL. 32, L04604, doi:10.1029/2004GL021760
  9. Kostianoy, A., Litovchenko, K., Lavrova, O., Mityagina, M., Bocharova, T., Lebedev, S., ... & Pichuzhkina, O. (2006). Operational satellite monitoring of oil spill pollution in the southeastern Baltic Sea: 18 months experience.Environmental research, engineering and management, 4(38), 70-77.
  10. G. Korotaev, E. Huot, F.-X. L. Dimet, I. Herlin, S. Stanichny, D. Solovyev, L. Wu. (2008). Retrieving Ocean Surface Current by 4-D Variational Assimilation of Sea Surface Temperature Images, in: Remote Sensing of Environment, Special issue on data assimilation, DOI: 10.1016/j.rse.2007.04.020, April 2008, vol. 112, p. 1464-1475.
  11. Oberhänsli, Hedi; Weise, Stephan M.; Stanichny Sergey. (2009) Oxygen and hydrogen isotopic water characteristics of the Aral Sea, Central Asia Journal of Marine Systems. v. 76, iss. 3, p. 310-321.
  12. Georgy I. Shapiro, Sergey V. Stanichny, Rimma R. Stanychna Anatomy of shelf-deep sea exchanges by a mesoscale eddy in the North West Black Sea as derived from remotely sensed data. (2010). in: Remote Sensing of Environment, Volume 114, Issue 4. doi:10.1016/j.rse.2009.11.020 Pp 867-875.
  13. Kubryakov, A. A., Stanichny, S. V. (2011). Mean Dynamic Topography of the Black Sea, computed from altimetry, drifter measurements and hydrology data. Ocean Science, 7(6), 745-753.
  14. Ilyin Yu. P. , Repetin L. N., Belokopytov V. N., Goryachkin Yu. N, Dyakov N. N., Kubryakov A. A., Stanichny S. V. Meteorological conditions of the seas of Ukraine - Volume 2: Black Sea, 2012 Publisher: ECOSY-Gidrofizika, Sevastopol, p. 421
  15. Kubryakov A. A., Stanichny S. V. Estimating the Quality of the Retrieval of the Surface Geostrophic Circulation of the Black Sea by Satellite Altimetry Data Based on Validation with Drifting Buoy Measurements Izvestiya, Atmospheric and Oceanic Physics, 2013, Vol. 49, No. 9, pp. 930-938.

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