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Johannessen, O.M., et al. Microwave study programs of air-ice-ocean interactive processes in the seasonal ice zone of the Greenland and Barents seas. Microwave Remote Sensing of Sea Ice, American Geophysical Union Geophysical Monograph 68, 261-289 (1992). Abstract
Johannessen, O.M. & Sandven, S. SAR research and its application for coastal management. In proceeding from the PORSEC conference, Goa, India 5-8 December 2000 (2000).
Johannessen, O.M. NORSMAP 1989-92. NERSC Project Description 1, (1992).
Johannessen, O.M. & Johannessen, O.M. Preliminary results of some oceanographical observations carried out between Barbados and Tobago, March/April 1968. In proceedings from the UNESCO and FAO Symposium on investigations and resources of the Caribean Sea and adjacent regions, Curacao, November 1968, UNESCO, Paris (1971).
Johannessen, O.M., Sagen, H. & Hobæk, H.H. Acoustic monitoring of ocean climate in the central Arctic. Scandinavian Symposium on Physical Acoustics, Ustaoset, Norway, 28-31 January 2000 (2000).
Johannessen, J. & Haugan, P.M. Regional and mesoscale modelling of ice covered oceans. Proceedings from Workshop October 23. - 27., 1989, NERSC Conference Report (1990).
Johannessen, O.M., et al. Sea ice monitoring of the northern sea route by ERS-1 SAR data. In proceeding IAHR ice symposium, Trondheim, Norway (1994).
Johannessen, O.M., et al. SAR surveillance of Ocean Surface Slics. Proceeding of the second ERS Applications Workshop, London 6-8 des. 1995. ESA SP-383 (1996).
Johannessen, J. & Johannessen, O.M. Synthetic Aperature on ERS-1. Oceanographic Application of Remote Sensing (1995).
Johannessen, O.M., et al. Simulation scenarious for potential radioactive spreading in the 21st century from rivers and external sources in the Russian arctic coastal zone - RADARC. Proceedings from the 5th international conference on environmental radioactivity in the arctic and antarctic. St.Petersburg, Russia, 16-20 June 2002 (2002).