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Samuel, P. & Johannessen, O.M. Studying the monsoon circulation in the Indian Ocean using altimeter data. Proceedings IGARSS´97, International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium, Remote Sensing - A Scientific vision for Sustainable Development, Singapore 1997 1698-1700 (1997).
Samuel, P., Johannessen, J. & Johannessen, O.M. A study on the inflow of Atlantic water to the GIN Sea using GEOSAT altimeter data. The Polar Oceans and Their Role in Shaping the Global Environment, The Nansen Centennial Volume, Geophysical Monograph (1994).
Samuel, P., Johannessen, J. & Johannessen, O.M. A study on the inflow of Atlantic water to the GIN Sea using altimeter data. In proceedings Second ERS-1 symposium: Space at the service of our environment, 11. - 14. October,1993, Hamburg, Germany, ESA SP-361, European Space Agency Publications Division (1994).
Johannessen, O.M., et al. SAR surveillance of Ocean Surface Slics. Proceeding of the second ERS Applications Workshop, London 6-8 des. 1995. ESA SP-383 (1996).
Johannessen, O.M., et al. A review of the possible applications of satellite earth observation data within EuroGOOS. Operational Oceanography, The challenge for European co-operation, proceed. of the First Int. Conference on EuroGOOS 7. - 11. Oct. 1996,The Hague, The Netherlands. Elsevier Oceanogra 192-205 (1997).
Jenkins, A., et al. Remote Sensing Applied to Operational Models - North Sea. Proudman Oceanographic Laboratory, Birkenhead, UK. , Report No. 49 (1997).
Johannessen, O.M., Samuel, P. & Pettersson, L.H. Remote Sensing applications for coastal ocean monitoring and forecasting. In proceedings from Second Indian National Conference on Harbor and Ocean Engineering (Inchoe-97), December 7. - 10., 1997, Thiruvananthapuram, India. Invited paper 649-661 (1997).
Samuel, P., Johannessen, J. & Johannessen, O.M. Preliminary results of altimeter data analysis for studying the water exchange between the Atlantic Ocean and the Nordic seas. In proceedings of the Central Symposium of the International Space Year Conference held in Munich Germany, 30. March - 4. April ESA SP-341 393-398 (1992).