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Johannessen, O.M., Melentyev, V.V., Sandven, S. & Kloster, K. Icebergs and Grounded Hummocks Observed in the Pechora Sea During the 1995 - 96 Winter Navigation: Results of the ERS Sar Imagery and in situ Observations. In proceedings from Polar Tech '96. International Conference on Development and Commercial Utilization of Technologies in Polar Regions, Workshop D: Fundamental and applied research in cold climate technologies, 24-26 Sept 1996, St. Petersburg, Russia (1996).
Johannessen, O.M., et al. Environmental monitoring of the St.Petersburg Region using ERS data. Proceedings Third Symposium on Space at the service of our Environment Florence, Italy, 14. - 21. March, ESA SP-414 1, 325-330 (1997).
Johannessen, O.M., et al. Studies of sea ice in the Kara Sea using ERS-1 SAR. In proceedings from IGARSS 95, session on Applications of Remote Sensing, Sea Ice, Florence, Italy (1995).
Johannessen, O.M., et al. ICEWATCH - Real-time sea ice monitoring of the Northern Sea Route using satellite radar technology. In proceedings Third ERS Symposium on Space at the service of our Environment, Florence, 14. - 21. March 1997, ESA SP-414 3, 907-916 (1997).
Johannessen, O.M., Sandven, S., Pettersson, L.H., Miles, M. & Kloster, K. ERS-1 ice monitoring of the northern sea route. proceeding First workshop on ERS-1 pilot projects, June 22. - 24., 1994, Toledo, Spain, ESA SP-365 143-148 (1994).
Johannessen, O.M., et al. ERS-1 SAR Ice Routing of L Astrolabe through the Northeast Passage. In proceedings of the Central Symposium of the International Space Year Conference held in Munich Germany, 30. March - 4. April, 1992, ESA SP-341 (1992).
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. Remote Sensing of Sea Ice in the Northern Sea Route - Studies and Applications. Nansen Centers Polar Series no. 4 (2007).doi:10.1007/978-3-540-48840-8_6