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Publikacje pracowników IMGW-PIB w 2022 roku

  1. Kreibich H. Tokarczyk T, Szalińska W, Schröte K i in. 2022. The challenge of unprecedented floods and droughts in risk management,  Nature, vol 608, 80–86, doi: 10.1038/s41586-022-04917-5 , IF: 69,504.
  2. Zalewska T. Biernacik D. 2022.  Be-7 and Pb-210 in fallout and aerosols in 2000–2016 in central Europe — Deposition velocity and dependence on meteorological parameters, Science of The Total Environment; vol 826,  154205, doi: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2022.154205, IF: 10,754.
  3. Siudek P. 2022. Seasonal distribution of PM2.5-bound polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons as a critical indicator of air quality and health impact in a coastal-urban region of Poland;  Science of The Total Environment; vol 827,154375, doi: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2022.154375 , IF: 10,754.
  4. Saniewski M. Wietrzyk-Pełka P. Zalewska T. Węgrzyn M.H. 2022. Current radioactive fallout contamination along a trans-European gradient assessed using terricolous lichens; Chemosphere; vol 304, 135281, doi: 10.1016/j.chemosphere.2022.135281 IF: 8,943.
  5. Siudek P. 2022. Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in coarse particles (PM10) over the coastal urban region in Poland: Distribution, source analysis and human health risk implications; CHEMOSPHERE, vol 311, 137130, doi: 10.1016/j.chemosphere.2022.137130 , IF: 8,943.
  6. Raška P. Bezak N. Ferreira C. S.S. Kalantari Z. Banasik  K. i in. 2022.  Identifying barriers for nature-based solutions in flood risk management: An interdisciplinary overview using expert community approach, Journal of Environmental Management, vol. 310, 114725, doi: 10.1016/j.jenvman.2022.114725 , IF: 8,910.
  7. Korejwo E. Saniewska D. Bełdowski J.  Balazy P. Saniewski M. 2022. Mercury concentration and speciation in benthic organisms from Isfjorden, Svalbard,  MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN,  vol 184, 114115, doi: 10.1016/j.marpolbul.2022.114115 , IF: 7,001.
  8. Krzemińska A.  Zaręba A. Modelska M.  Adynkiewicz-Piragas M. Kozik R. 2022. City profile: City profile: Wałbrzych - the postindustrial ‘citymorphosis’ of a former coal mine city in Poland,  Cities; vol 129; 103933, doi: 10.1016/j.cities.2022.103933 , IF: 6,077.
  9. Pilorz W. Zięba M.  Szturc J. Łupikasza E. 2022. Large hail detection using radar-based VIL calibrated with isotherms from the ERA5 reanalysis,  Atmospheric Research, vol 274; 106185, doi: 10.1016/j.atmosres.2022.106185 , IF: 5,965.
  10. Matuszko D. Bartoszek K. Soroka J. 2022. Long-term variability of cloud cover in Poland (1971–2020), Atmospheric Research, vol 268, 106028, doi: 10.1016/j.atmosres.2022.106028, IF: 5,965.
  11. Wlodarczyk A.  Molek P. Bochenek B. Wypych A. Nessler J. Zalewski J. 2022.  Machine Learning Analyzed Weather Conditions as an Effective Means in the Predicting of Acute Coronary Syndrome Prevalence,  Frontiers in Cardiovascular Medicine, vol.9, 830823, doi: 10.3389/fcvm.2022.830823 , IF: 5,848.
  12. Godłowska J. Hajto M. Kaszowski K. Łapeta B.  2022. The attempt to estimate annual variability of NOx emission in Poland using Sentinel-5P/TROPOMI data, Atmospheric Environment; vol. 294, 119482, doi: 10.1016/j.atmosenv.2022.119482 , IF: 5,755.
  13. Bojanowski D. Orlińska-Woźniak P. Wilk P. Szalińska E. 2022. Estimation of nutrient loads with the use of mass-balance and modelling approaches on the Wełna River catchment example (central Poland);  Scientific Reports; vol 12 (1), 13052, doi: 10.1038/s41598-022-17270-4 , IF: 4,997.
  14. Siudek P. 2022. Compositional and seasonal differences of gas and particle phase polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) over the southern Baltic Sea coast;  Scientific Reports, vol 12(1), 21005, doi: 10.1038/s41598-022-25666-5, IF: 4,997
  15. Siudek P. 2022.  Atmospheric Deposition of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAHs) in the Coastal Urban Environment of Poland: Sources and Transport Patterns,  Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health; vol 19 (21), 14183, doi: 10.3390/ijerph192114183 , IF: 4,614.
  16. Ośródka K. Szturc J. 2022.  Improvement in algorithms for quality control of weather radar data (RADVOL-QC system),  Atmospheric Measurement Techniques; vol 15 (2),  261–277, doi: 10.5194/amt-15-261-2022 , IF: 4,184.
  17. Ośródka K. Otop I. Szturc J. 2022.  Automatic quality control of telemetric rain gauge data providing quantitative quality information (RainGaugeQC), Atmospheric Measurement Techniques; vol 15 (19), 5581–5597, doi: 10.5194/amt-15-5581-2022 , IF: 4,184.
  18. Sekula P. Ustrnul Z. Bokwa A. Bochenek B. Zimnoch M.  2022.  Random Forests Assessment of the Role of Atmospheric Circulation in PM10 in an Urban Area with Complex Topography,  Sustainability; vol 14 (6), 3388, doi: 10.3390/su14063388 , IF: 3,889.
  19. WilkP. Szlapa M. Hachaj P.S. Orlińska-WoźniakP. JakusikE. Szalińska E. 2022. From the source to the reservoir and beyond—tracking sediment particles with modeling tools under climate change predictions (Carpathian Mts.),   Journal of Soils and Sediments, vol. 22;  2929–2947, doi: 10.1007/s11368-022-03287-9 , IF: 3,536.
  20. Orlińska Woźniak P. 2022.  Modeling Chlorophyll a with Use of the SWAT Tool for the Nielba River (West-Central Poland) as an Example of an Unmonitored Watercourse,  Water, vol 14(10),  1528, doi: 10.3390/w14101528 , IF: 3,530.
  21. Gądek W. Baziak B. Tokarczyk T. Szalińska W.  Novel A. 2022. A Novel Method of Design Flood Hydrographs Estimation for Flood Hazard Mapping,  Water, vol 14(12), 1856, doi: 10.3390/w14121856 , IF: 3,530
  22. Krzemińska A. Zaręba A. Adynkiewicz-Piragas M. i in. 2022.  Sewage Irrigation Fields—From Relict Landscape to Blue-Green Urban Infrastructure, Water; vol 14 (16), 2505, doi: 10.3390/w14162505 , IF: 3,530.
  23. Zaręba A. Krzemińska A. Adynkiewicz-Piragas M. Widawski K. van der Horst D., Grijalva F. Monreal R. 2022. Water Oriented City—A ‘5 Scales’ System of Blue and Green Infrastructure in Sponge Cities Supporting the Retention of the Urban Fabric,  Water, vol. 14(24), 4070, doi: 10.3390/w14244070 , IF: 3,530.
  24. Poręba Sz.  Taszarek M. Ustrnul Z. 2022. Diurnal and seasonal variability of ERA5 convective parameters in relation to lightning flash rates in Poland, Weather and Forecasting; vol 37,  1447–1470, doi: 10.1175/WAF-D-21-0099.1 , IF: 3,374.
  25. Nowak B. Ptak M. Bartczak J. Sojka M. 2022. Hydraulic Structures as a Key Component of Sustainable Water Management at the Catchment Scale—Case Study of the Rgilewka River (Central Poland), Buildings, vol. 12(5), 675, doi: 10.3390/buildings12050675 , IF: 3,324.
  26. Nowak B.  Ptak M.  Sojka M. 2022. Monitoring of the Technical Condition and Optimisation of the Functioning of Small Hydraulic Structures in Poland: The Case Study of the Oswiecim Weir, Buildings,  vol. 12(10), 1527, doi: 10.3390/buildings12101527 , IF: 3,324.
  27. Nowak B.  Ptak M,  Szyga-Pluta K. Sojka M. 2022. Influence of the Jeziorsko Dam Reservoir on Water Flow in the Warta Rive, Buildings, vol. 12(10), 1624, doi: 10.3390/buildings12101624 , IF: 3,324.
  28. Walczykiewicz T. Żelazny M. 2022. Hydrological and Environmental Conditions and Implications of the Operation of a Thermal Power Plant with an Open Cooling System—An Example from Poland, Energies; vol 15,3600 , doi: 10.3390/en15103600 , IF: 3,252.
  29. Nowak B. Andrzejak A. Filipiak G. Ptak M. Sojka M. 2022. Assessment ofthe impact of flow changesand water management rules in the dam reservoir on energy generation at the Jeziorsko hydropower plant, Energies, vol 15, 2022, 695, doi: 10.3390/en15207695 , IF: 3,252.
  30. Miszuk B. 2022. Changes in Precipitation Conditions in the Warm Half-Year in the Polish–Saxon Border Region in Relation to the Atmospheric Circulation , Atmosphere, vol. 13(5), 720, doi: 10.3390/atmos13050720 , IF: 3,110.
  31. Bochenek B. Ustrnul Z. 2022.  Machine Learning in Weather Prediction and Climate Analyses—Applications and Perspectives, Atmosphere, vol. 13(2), 180, doi: 10.3390/atmos13020180 , IF: 3,110.
  32. Urban G.  Kuchar L. Kepinska-Kasprzak M.   Łaszyca E. 2022.  A Climatic water balance variability during the growing season in Poland in the context of modern climate change,  Meteorologische Zeitschrift, vol 31, 349 – 365, doi: 10.1127/metz/2022/1128 , IF: 2,368.
  33. Czarnowska J.  Bochenek B. 2022. Dynamic modelling of extreme daily precipitation in Germany from 1951 to 2020, Meteorologische Zeitschrift; vol.31(5), 389 – 399, doi: 10.1127/metz/2022/1123 , IF: 2,368.
  34. Ptak M. M. Sojka M. Graf R. Choiński A. Senlin Zhu S. Nowak B. 2022. Warming Vistula River – the effects of climate and local conditions on water temperature in one of the largest rivers in Europe, Journal of Hydrology and Hydromechanics, vol.70 (1), 1-11, doi: 10.2478/johh-2021-0032 , IF: 2,329.
  35. Mazur A. 2022. Three months of “Cumbre Vieja” – analysis of consequences of volcano eruption,   Archives of Environmental Protection, vol. 48(3), 99–108, doi: 10.24425/aep.2022.142694 , IF: 1,872.
  36. Godłowska J. Kaszowski W. Kaszowski K. 2022.  Application of the FAPPS system based on the CALPUFF model in short-term air pollution forecasting in Krakow and Lesser Poland, Archives of Environmental Protection; vol 48(3), 109–117, doi: 10.24425/aep.2022.142695 , IF: 1,872.
  37. Chmist-Sikorska J. Kępińska-Kasprzak M.  Struzik P. 2022.  Agricultural drought assessment on the base of Hydro-thermal Coefficient of Selyaninov in Poland, Italian Journal of Agrometeorology, vol. 1,3-12, doi: 10.36253/ijam-1530 , IF: 0,968.
  38. Zaręba A. Krzemińska A. Kozik R. Adynkiewicz-Piragas M. Kristiánová K. 2022. Passive and Active Solar Systems in Eco-Architecture and Eco-Urban Planning,  Appl. Sci. vol. 12, 3095, doi: 10.3390/app12063095 ,
  39. Wilk P. 2022. Expanding the Sediment Transport Tracking Possibilities in a River Basin through the Development of a Digital Platform—DNS/SWAT, Appl. Sci. vol 12, 3848, doi: 10.3390/app12083848 .
  40. Bałazy P. B. Kontny B. Różycki J. Saniewski  M. Puczko D. Pydyn A. 2022. Scientific Diving in Poland and Invitation to the Polish Committee on Scientific Diving, Polish Hyperbaric Research; vol 76 (3), doi: 10.2478/phr-2021-0018 .
  41. Ozga-Zieliński B.  (eds.), 2022. Modele Probabilistyczne opadów maksymalnych o określonym czasie trwania i prawdopodobieństwie przewyższenia – Projekt PMAXTP, wyd. IMGW-PIB,  ISBN 978-83-64979-48-4.
  42. Ozga-Zieliński B. Walczykiewicz T. (eds.) 2022. Metody obliczania przepływu średniego niskiego SNQ, wyd. IMGW-PIB, ISBN 978-83-64979-47-7.
  43. Mazur A. 2022.  Określenie zasobów energii wiatru w Polsce z wykorzystaniem rezultatów numerycznych modeli meteorologicznych, Przegląd Geograficzny, vol. 94(1), 87-102, doi: 10.7163/PrzG.2022.1.4 .
  44.  Walczykiewicz T. Woźniak Ł. Skąpski K.2022. River Rehabilitation  For Flood Protection, [in]  Saeid Eslamian, Faezeh A. Eslamian (eds.)   Flood Handbook  Impacts and Management, 265-284, ISBN 9781138615144.
  45. Dumieński G. Lisowska A. Tiukało A. 2022.  Badania ilościowe źródłem danych o adaptacyjności gmin zagrożonych powodzią w zlewni Nysy Kłodzkiej, Studia Regionalne i Lokalne, vol. 4 (86), 48-68, doi: 10.7366/1509499548603  .
  46. Nowak B. 2022. Działania retencyjne Wód Polskich na obszarze Pojezierza Wielkopolsko-Kujawskiego, Gospodarka Wodna, vol 1(2), 14-21 doi: 10.15199/22.2022.2.2 .
  47. Nowak B. Szadek P. Rosa J. 2022.  Analiza możliwości przyspieszenia odbudowy zasobów wodnych w rejonie górnej Noteci i zalewanego wyrobiska końcowego odkrywki Lubstów (Polska środkowo-zachodnia), Gospodarka Wodna, vol 1(8), 6-19, doi: 10.15199/22.2022.8.1 .
  48. Banasiak R. Malicka J. 2022.  Zmiany średnich i niskich przepływów charakterystycznych rzeki Odry i jej dopływów, Gospodarka Wodna, vol 1(7),12-16, doi: 10.15199/22.2022.7.2  .
  49. Banasiak R. 2022. Prześwity pod mostami Odrzańskiej Drogi Wodnej w kontekście jej przystosowania do międzynarodowej klasy żeglowności, Gospodarka Wodna, vol.1(6), 14-19, doi: 10.15199/22.2022.6.2 .
  50. Nowak B. Ptak M. Sojka M. Jaskuła J. 2022.  Historia funkcjonowania zbiornika Jeziorsko opisana zobrazowaniami satelitarnymi Landsat, Gospodarka Wodna, vol 1(9), 7-14, doi: 10.15199/22.2022.9.1 .
  51. Kasiulis E. Jurasz J. Sapiega P. Bochenek B. 2022.  Complementarity and application of renewable energy sources in the marine environment, [in.] J. Jurasz, A. Beluco (eds.), Complementarity of Variable Renewable Energy Sources, Elsevier, 527-558,  ISBN: 9780323855273.
  52.  Matuszko D. Bartoszek K. Soroka J. 2022.  Relationships between sunshine duration and air temperature in Poland, Geographia Polonica, vol. 95 (3), 275-290, doi: 10.7163/GPol.0236 .
  53. Łaszyca E. 2022. Temporal variations in the atmospheric pressure curve in the Bydgoszcz area, Bulletin of Geography: Physical Geography Series, vol 23, 63-69, doi: 10.12775/bgeo-2022-0010 .
  54. Saniewski M. Falandysz J. Zalewska T. 2022. 137Cs and 40K activity concentrations in edible wild mushrooms from China regions during the 2014–2016 period,  Foods and Raw Materials, vol 10(1), 86-96, doi: 10.21603/2308-4057-2022-1-86-96 .
  55. Plewa K. Wierzbicki M. Nowak B. 2022.  Zbiornik wodny Jeziorsko, Uniwersytet Przyrodniczy w Poznaniu,  ISBN 9788367112192.
  56. Tokarczyk T. Szalińska W. Walczykiewicz T. Adynkiewicz-Piragas M. 2022.  Susza: przyczyny, propagacja i konsekwencje – część I, Gospodarka Wodna,  vol1(4), 8-16, doi: 10.15199/22.2022.4.1 .
  57. Tokarczyk T. Szalińska W. Walczykiewicz T. 2022.  M. Adynkiewicz-Piragas, Susza: przyczyny, propagacja i konsekwencje – część II,  Gospodarka Wodna, vol1(5), 8-16, doi: 10.15199/22.2022.5.2 .
  58. Banasik K. Kaznowska E. Letkiewicz B.  Wasilewicz M. 2022. Analiza wybranych charakterystyk hydrologicznych dwóch małych zlewni nizinnych, Acta Sci. Pol. Formatio Circumiectus,  vol21(1), 33–47 doi: 10.15576/ASP.FC/2022.21.1.33 .