Marine Klimaforschung

Dr. Vyacheslav Khon

Postdoc

Ludewig-Meyn-Straße 10, R.114
Telefon: +49 (0)431 880 2947
Telefax: +49 (0)431 880 1912
vk@gpi.uni-kiel.de

Forschungsinteressen

  • Klimamodellierung und -diagnostizierung
  • hydrologischer Kreislauf
  • Extremereignisse

Lebenslauf

Jahr Tätigkeit
seit 2008 Wissenschaftler

an der Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel

seit 2003 Wissenschaftler

am Laboratory of Climate Theory, Institute of Atmospheric Physics RAS, Moscow, Russia

1995-2003 Wissenschaftler

am Laboratory of Climate Theory, Institute of Atmospheric Physics RAS, Moscow, Russia

2003 Promotion in Geophysik

am Laboratory of Climate Theory, Institute of Atmospheric Physics RAS, Moscow, Russia

1993
Diplom in Physik
Moscow Engineering Physics Institute, Russia

Publikationen

2008

  • Arzhanov MM, Eliseev AV, Demchenko PF, Mokhov II, Khon VC. (2008) Simulation of thermal and hydrological regimes of Siberian river watersheds under permafrost conditions from reanalysis data. Izvestiya, Atmospheric and Oceanic Physics, 44, 83-89.

2007

  • Khon V. C., Mokhov I. I., Roeckner E., Semenov V. A. (2007): Regional changes of precipitation characteristics in Northern Eurasia from simulations with global climate model. Global and Planetary Change, 57, 118-123.
  • Mokhov I. I., Khon V. C., Roeckner E. (2007): Variations in the ice cover of the Arctic basin in the 21st century based on model simulations: estimates of the perspectives of the Northern Sea Route. Doklady Earth Sciences 415, 759–763.

2006

  • Mokhov, I. I., Roeckner, E., Semenov, V. A., and V. C. Khon (2006): Possible regional changes of precipitation regimes in Northern Eurasia fin 21st century. Water Resources 33, 702-710.
  • Khon V.Ch. and I.I. Mokhov (2006): Model estimates for the sensitivity of atmospheric centers of action to global climate changes. Izvestiya, Atmospheric and Oceanic Physics, 38, 555–568.

2005

  • Mokhov, I. I., Roeckner, E., Semenov, V. A., and V. C. Khon (2005): Extreme precipitation regimes in northern Eurasia in the 20th century and their possible changes in the 21st century. Doklady Earth Sciences 403, 767–770.
  • Mokhov I.I. and V.C. Khon (2005): Interannual variability and long-term tendencies of change of atmospheric centers of action in Northern Hemisphere: analysis of observational data. Izvestiya, Atmospheric and Oceanic Physics, 38, 555–568.

2004

  • Meleshko, V. P., Golitsyn, G. S., Govorkova, V. A., Demchenko, P. F., Eliseev, A. V., Kattsov, V., Malevsky -Malevich, S., Mokhov, I. I., Nadyozhina, E., Semenov, V. A., Sporyshev, P. V., and V. C. Khon (2004): Possible anthropogenic climate changes in Russia in the 21st century: projections with an ensemble of climate models. Russian Meteorology and Hydrology, No. 4, 38-49.

2003

  • Mokhov, I. I., Semenov, V. A., and V. C. Khon (2003): Estimation of the possible regional hydrological regime changes in 21st century using global climate models. Izvestiya, Atmospheric and Oceanic Physics
    39, 130-144.

2002

  • Mokhov, I.I. and V.C. Khon (2002): Model Scenarios of Changes in the Runoff of Siberian Rivers in the 21st Century. Doklady Earth Sciences, 383, 329-332.
  • Mokhov, I.I. and V.C. Khon (2002): Hydrological Regime in Basins of Siberian Rivers: Model Estimates of Changes in the 21st Century. Rus. Meteorol. Hydrol., 8, 77-93.
  • Mokhov, I.I., P.F. Demchenko, A.V. Eliseev, V.Ch. Khon and D.V. Khvorost’yanov (2002): Estimation of Global and Regional Climate Changes during the 19th–21st Centuries on the Basis of the IAP RAS Model with Consideration for Anthropogenic Forcing. Izvestiya, Atmospheric and Oceanic Physics, 38, 555–568. 
  • Golitsyn G.S., Efimova L.K., Mokhov I.I., Rumyantsev V.A., Somova N.G. and Khon V.C. (2002): Ladoga and Onega Hydrological Regimes and Their Variations. Water Resources, 29, 149–154.

2000

  • Arpe, K., L. Bengtsson, G.S. Golitsyn, L.K. Efimova, I.I. Mokhov, V.A. Semenov and V.Ch. Khon (2000): Analysis of Hydrological Cycle Changes in the Lagoga Lake Basin and Neva River Runoff in XX and XXI Centuries with the Use of Global Climate Model. Rus. Meteor. Hydrol., 12, 5-13