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Zakhvatkina, N.Y., Alexandrov, V., Korosov, A. & Johannessen, O.M. Sea ice classification from ENVISAT SAR images. Proceedings of the scientific papers of the 7th all-Russian annual conference “Contemporary problems of remote sensing of the Earth from space” pp. 373 - 379 (2009).
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Smirnov, V.G., Loshchilov, V.S. & Alexandrov, V. Ice concentration retrieval from satellite radar images. Satellite methods of sea ice cover characteristics determination 4 (2011).
Smirnov, V.G. & Alexandrov, V. Methods of ice drift determination from remote sensing data. Satellite methods of sea ice cover characteristics determination 4 (2011).
Sandven, S., et al. The use of RADARSAT SAR Data in Ice Management and Planning of Russian Arctic Offshore Operations. Proceedings of 2nd ISOPE European Offshore Mechanics Symposium (ISOPE EUROMS-99), Moscow, Russia, June 7-9 1999 and in Proceedings of 9th Intern. Offshore and Polar Engineering Conference (ISOPE-99), Brest, France May 30-June 4 1999 (1999).
Sandven, S., et al. CRYOSAT pre-launch CalVal study for sea ice thickness.(On CD-ROM). the 31-st International Symposium on Remote Sensing of Environment. Global Monitoring for Sustainability and Security (2005).
Sandven, S., et al. Sea Ice studies using RADARSAT SAR in the Eurasian Arctic. Proceedings of ADRO Symposium, 13 - 15 October, Montreal, Canada (1998).
Sandven, S., et al. 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 518-528 (1999).
Sandven, S., et al. 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 67-70 (1998).