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Irina Polovodova Asteman

Senior lecturer

Irina Polovodova Asteman
Senior lecturer
irina.polovodova@marine.gu.se
+46 31 786 2860

Postal Address: Box 461, 40530 Göteborg
Visiting Address: Carl skottsbergs gata 22 b , 41319 Göteborg


Department of Marine Sciences (More Information)
Box 461
405 30 Göteborg
Visiting Address: Carl Skottsbergs gata 22 B , 413 19 Göteborg

About Irina Polovodova Asteman

 I am marine geologist and micropalaeontologist working with benthic foraminifera and geochemical proxies. I am interested in a range of topics from environmental changes, such as bottom water oxygen deficiency, ocean acidification, changes in primary productivity, marine pollution and introduction of invasive species to maritime climate variability observed during the late Holocene (last 4000-6000 years). I use marine sediments as natural archives of such changes and a benchmark for environmental baseline assessment. My study area includes coastal waters, fjords and estuaries.

I also teach several undergraduate courses in Marine Micropaleontology, Marine Geology, Paleoceanography, Historical Geology and others.

Major publications

Latest publications

Coastal primary productivity changes over the last millennium: A case study from the Skagerrak (North Sea)
Anna Binczewska, Bjørg Risebrobakken, Irina Polovodova Asteman, Matthias Moros, Amandine Tisserand et al.
Biogeosciences, Journal article 2018
Journal article

Late Holocene palaeoproductivity changes: a multi-proxy study in the Norwegian Trench and the Skagerrak, North Sea.
Irina Polovodova Asteman, Bjørg Risebrobakken, Matthias Moros, Anna Binczewska, Sławomir Dobosz et al.
Boreas, Journal article 2017
Journal article

Major publications

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2011

Biometry and dissolution features of the benthic foraminifer Ammonia aomoriensis at high pCO2
Haynert Kristin, Schönfeld Joachim, Riebesell Ulf, Irina Polovodova
MARINE ECOLOGY PROGRESS SERIES, Journal article 2011
Journal article

2010

High resolution foraminiferal stratigraphy and climatic variations over the last ca. 2500 years: Evidence from Gullmar Fjord and Skagerrak-Kattegat area
Irina Polovodova, Kjell Nordberg, Helena L. Filipsson
International Symposium on Foramininfera Forams 2010, September 5-10th, 2010, University of Bonn, Germany, Conference contribution 2010
Conference contribution

Medieval warm period and recent warming as inferred from benthic foraminiferal stratigraphy of the Gullmar Fjord basin, west coast of Sweden
Irina Polovodova, Kjell Nordberg, Helena L. Filipsson
The Micropalaeontological Society's Foraminifera and Nannofossil Groups Joint Spring Meeting 2010, June 28th, 2010, Imperial College, London, UK, Poster 2010
Poster

2009

Foraminiferal shell loss in the Kiel Bight (SW Baltic Sea): evidence for the ocean acidification?
Irina Polovodova, Jutta Heinze, Joachim Schönfeld
The Micropalaeontological Society's Foraminifera and Nannofossil Groups Joint Spring Meeting, June 4-6th, 2009, ETH Zürich, Switzerland, Conference contribution 2009
Conference contribution

Recent benthic foraminifera in the Flensburg Fjord (Western Baltic Sea)
Irina Polovodova, Anna Nikulina, Joachim Schönfeld, Wolf-Christian Dullo
Journal of Micropalaeontology, Journal article 2009
Journal article

2008

Benthic foraminifera and environmental change in the south-western Baltic Sea
Irina Polovodova
Kiel, Germany, CAU Kiel, Doctoral thesis 2008
Doctoral thesis

Foraminiferal test abnormalities in the Western Baltic Sea
Irina Polovodova, Joachim Schönfeld
Journal of Foraminiferal Research, Journal article 2008
Journal article

Foraminiferal response to environmental changes in Kiel Fjord, SW Baltic Sea
Anna Nikulina, Irina Polovodova, Joachim Schönfeld
eEarth, Journal article 2008
Journal article

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