Biblio

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Journal Article
Pozdnyakov, D., et al. SeaWiFS maps of water quality parameters in the White Sea. International Journal of Remote Sensing 24, 4065-4071 (2003).
Pozdnyakov, D. & Petrenko, D. Spaceborne quantitative assessment of primary production variations in the arctic ocean over the previous decade. International Archives of Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences XL-7/W3, (2015).
Conference Proceedings
Folkestad, A., Korosov, A., Sørensen, K., Pettersson, L.H. & Pozdnyakov, D. An analytical Case 2 water algorithm for the North Sea. 31st International Symposium on Remote Sensing of Environment. St. Petersburg, Russia, June 20-24, 2005 (2005).
Morozov, E., Korosov, A., Pozdnyakov, D. & Sychov, V.I. On the compatibility of SeaWiFS, MODIS and MERIS data on case II waters with the Bay of Biscay as an example. Abstracts of the 7th all-Russian annual conference “Contemporary problems of remote sensing of the Earth from space” (2009).
Pozdnyakov, D., Kondratyev, K.Y. & Pettersson, L.H. Marine and coastal zone primary production assessment from remote sensing in the visible spectral range. In proceedings for the 27th International Symposium on Remote Sensing of Environment Information for Sustainabilty Tromsø, Norway, organized by International Symposia on Remote Sensing of Environment (ISRSE) and the Norwegian Space Centre 159-162 (1998).
Korosov, A., Pettersson, L.H. & Pozdnyakov, D. Near Real-Time Algal Bloom and Water Quality Monitoring Services for the North Sea. (CD-ROM). the 3rd International Conference “The Earth from space: the most effective solutions” (2007).
Pozdnyakov, D., Kondratyev, K.Y. & Pettersson, L.H. Optimization of coastal zone airborne monitoring through thermohydrodynamic modelling and interpolation techniques. Proceedings for the 27th International Symposium on Remote Sensing of Environment Information for Sustainabilty Tromsø, Norway, organized by International Symposia on Remote Sensing of Environment (ISRSE) and the Norwegian Space Centre (1998).