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Alendal, G., Drange, H. & Haugan, P.M. Injection of CO2 in the Ocean: Modelling bottom gravity currents with CO2 enriched seawater. Final Report A from a project executed for SFT, NTNF, Statoil and Norsk Hydro, NERSC Technical Report no. 66A (1993).
Alendal, G., Drange, H. & Haugan, P.M. Modelling of deep-sea gravity currents using an integrated plume model. The Polar Oceans and Their Role in Shaping the Global Environment, The Nansen Centennial Volume, Geophysical Monograph 85, P. 237-246 (1994).
Haugan, P.M., Sandø, A.B., Alendal, G. & Drange, H. Deponering av CO2 i havet. (Ocean disposal of CO2). Oppsummeringsrapport utført på oppdrag fra Statoil, Norsk Hydro, SFT og Norges Forskningsråd, NERSC Technical Report no. 77 (1993).
Haugan, P.M., Johannessen, O.M., Sandven, S. & Skagseth, Ø. Hibler-Preller model verification during SIZEX ´89 in the Barents Sea. Proceedings from a workshop on Regional and Mesoscale Modelling of Ice Covered Oceans, October 23. - 27, 1989. Os, Norway, NRSC Conference Report no. 3 124-129 (1990).
Haugan, P.M., Johannessen, O.M. & Sandven, S. Sea ice modeling in the Barents Sea during SIZEX 89. In proceedings from the IGARSS´90 symposium, Washington D.C. (1990).
Haugan, P.M. & Drange, H. Effects of CO2 on the ocean environment. Energy Conversion Management 37, 1019-1022 (1996).
Haugan, P.M., Jansen, E. & Johannessen, O.M. Havets innvirkning på det atmosfæriske CO2-budsjettet og den globale klima-utviklingen. NERSC Technical Report (updated) no. 36 (The Role of the oceans for the atmospheric CO2 budget and the evolution of the global climate) 108 (1992).
Haugan, P.M. & Drange, H. Disposal Options in View of Ocean Circulation. Direct Ocean Disposal of Carbon Dioxide 123-141 (1995).
Haugan, P.M., Skagseth, Ø., Johannessen, O.M. & Olaussen, T.I. Ice Forecasting in the Barents Sea using Remote sensing Assimilation Techniques. In proceedings from the International Conferences on Port and Ocean Engineering under Arctic contitions, Luleå, Sweden (1989).