Bartalev Sergei Alexandrovich

Bartalev Sergei Alexandrovich

Bartalev Sergei Alexandrovich, born 17 June 1961 in the city of Nikolaev, Ukraine. Graduated from Moscow Engineering Institute on Geodesy, Aerial Photography and Mapping (at the present time – Moscow State University on Geodesy and Mapping) Faculty of Applied Cosmonautics (at the present time – Faculty of Cosmonautics and Photogrammetry) with a specialty in «Exploration of Natural Resources by Aerospace Methods» (1984). Doctor of Technical Sciences (2007), and Professor (2013) in Instruments and Methods of Experimental Physics, Head for the Laboratory N 563 «Satellite Monitoring of Terrestrial Ecosystems» at Space Research Institute Russian Academy of Sciences in the city of Moscow. Expert in automated data processing methods of remote sensing of the Earth from space to meet the challenges of mapping and monitoring of forests and other types of terrestrial ecosystems. Member of the editorial boards of peer-reviewed journals: «Lesovedenie» (Rus. J. For. Sci.), «Sibirskij Lesnoj Zurnal» (Sib. J. For. Sci.), «J. Indian Soc. Rem. Sens.». Author and co-author of more than 300 papers. The most frequently cited papers: «Using remote sensing to assess Russian forest fire carbon emissions» In «Climate Change», 2002; «A new SPOT4-VEGETATION derived land cover map of Northern Eurasia» In «Int. J. Rem. Sens.», 2003; «Multi-year circumpolar assessment the area burnt in boreal ecosystems using SPOT-Vegetation» In «Int. J. Rem. Sens.», 2007; «A New Northern Eurasia Earth Science Partnership Initiative (NEESPI): Science Plan of Integrated Approach to Regional Climate and Environment Change Studies» In «Global and Planetary Change», 2006; «Coupling of vegetation growing season anomalies with hemispheric and regional scale climate patterns in Central and East Siberia» In «Journal of Climate», 2009; «Sputnikovaya ocsenka gibeli lesov Rossii ot pozarov» (Satellite-based assessment of Russian forest fire mortality) In «Lesovedenie» (Rus. J. For. Sci.), 2015 (in Russian with English abstract).


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Total citations – 1464; Hirsh index – 16.

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