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Sea Ice Studies in the Northern Sea Route by use of Synthetic Aperture Radar. Doctoral Thesis No. 30. 2002..
ERS SAR studies of sea ice signatures in the Pechora and Kara Sea region. Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing. 2002;28..
Sea ice investigations in the Laptev Sea area in late summer using SAR data. Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing [Internet]. 2001;27:502-516. Available from: http://www.casi.ca/2001rsabs5.htm.
Seasonal sea ice studies in the Kara Sea region using satellite radar data. From IGARSS`01, Sydney, Australia. 2001..
Seasonal ERS SAR studies of sea ice in Pechora and Kara Sea region. ERS-Envisat Symposium "Looking down to earth in the new millennium" SP-461. 2000..
Analysis of winter sea ice in the Kara Sea region using SAR data and field observations. Proceedings of the 15th International Conference on Port and Ocean Engineeringunder Arctic Conditions, Helsinki, Finland August 23-27 1999. 1999:181-190..
Practical demonstration of real-time RADARSAT SAR data for Ice Navigation on the Northern Sea Route. INSROP Working Paper, 2-4 February 1999. 1999:32..
SAR study of the transition zone between fast ice and drifting ice in the Bothnian Bay in March 1997. Proceedings of the 15th International Conference on Port and Ocean Engineering under Arctic Conditions, Helsinki, Finland August 23-27 1999. 1999:518-528..
Satellite observations of sea ice in the Bothnian Bay. Proceeding in Local Ice Cover Deformation and mesoscale Ice Dynamics, part 1: Final scientific report from the "Ice State" project funded by EU MAST III, 1999. 1999:393..
Monitoring sea ice motion by sequential satellite images. In proceedings for the 27th International Symposium on Remote Sensing of the Environment Information for Sustainabilty, Tromsø, Norway, organized by International Symposia on Remote Sensing of Environment (ISRSE) and the Norwegian Space Centre. 1998:67-70..
Sea Ice studies using RADARSAT SAR in the Eurasian Arctic. Proceedings of ADRO Symposium, 13 - 15 October, Montreal, Canada. 1998..