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Alexandrov, V., et al. Verification of multiyear sea ice area estimates derived from satellite passive microwave data in the Arctic. Herald of St. Petersburg University, series 4 "Physics and chemistry" 4, 54-60 (2008).
Kloster, K. Using TBUS orbital elements for AVHRR image gridding. International Journal of Remote Sensing 10, 653-659 (1989). Abstract
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).
Melentyev, V.V., et al. The use of ERS 1/2 SAR images for improvement of hydrometeorological support of navigation in the western part of the Northern Sea Route in 1993 - 1996. Russian Meteorology and Hydrology - Official Journal of the HydroMet. Service of the Russian Federation 61-67 (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).
Sandven, S., Johannessen, O.M., Shuchman, R.A., Kloster, K. & Miles, M.W. The SIZEX 92 ERS-1 SAR ice validation experiment in the Barents Sea. In proceedings Second ERS-1 symposium: Space at the service of our environment, 11. - 14. October, 1993, Hamburg, Germany, ESA SP-361 (1994).
Sandven, S., Johannessen, O.M., Kloster, K. & Miles, M. SIZEX 92 ERS-1 SAR ice validation experiment. Microwave remote sensing of sea ice, EARSeL Proceedings 50-56 (1994).
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. Sea ice ridges and iceberg observations from satellites. 3nd Norway-Russia Arctic Offshore Workshop (2008).