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Johannessen, O.M., et al. Developments Toward a Risk Management Tool for Simulations of Marine Transport of Radioactivity in the Oceans - a Case Study from the Kara Sea. Field Screening Europe, proceedings of the First International Conference on Strategies and Techniques for the Investigation and Monitoring of Contaminated Sites (1997).
Johannessen, O.M., et al. Observations and modelling of transport and dilution of radioactive waste and dissolved pollutants in the Kara Sea. In proceedings from The Third International Conference on Envionmental Radioactivity in the Arctic and the AMAP International Symposium on Environmental Pollution of the Arctic, Tromsø 1997 (1997).
Johannessen, O.M., et al. MIZEX 87: overview of the Winter Marginal Ice Zone Experiment in the Greenland and Barents seas. In proceedings from the Twenty-First International Symposium on Remote Sensing of the Environment, Ann Arbor, Michigan, 1987 (1987).
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Korosov, A., et al. BIO-OPTICAL RETRIEVAL ALGORITHM FOR THE OPTICALLY SHALLOW WATERS OF LAKE MICHIGAN. I.MODEL DESCRIPTION AND SENSITIVITY/ROBUSTNESS ASSESSMENT. Труды Карельского научного центра Российской академии наук 3, (2017).
Korosov, A., Moiseev, A., Shuchman, R.A. & Pozdnyakov, D. MODIS-AQUA AND SENTINEL-2 DATA FUSION: APPLICATION TO OPTICALLY SHALLOW WATERS OF LAKE MICHIGAN. Труды Карельского научного центра Российской академии наук 3, (2017).
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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).
Shuchman, R.A., Onstott, R.G., Johannessen, O.M., Sandven, S. & Johannessen, J. Processes at the ice edge - The Arctic. SAR Marine Users Manual, Chapter 18. U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration 373-395 (2004).