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Sandven, S. & Johannessen, O.M. Towards operational sea ice monitoring services in the Arctic. European Operational Oceanography: Present and Future. Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on EuroGOOS (2006).
Sandven, S. & Hamre, T. The InterRisk system concept - a distributed web GIS. Presentation at Environmental Risk Management tools for water quality monitoring, (WARMER & INTERRISK EC FP6) (2009).
Sandven, S., et al. Operational Sea Ice Monitoring in Support of Navigation and Off-shore Operations in the Northern Sea Route. 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 28-32 (1998).
Sandven, S. & Johannessen, O.M. Seasonal ice zone studies. The Sea, Ocean Engineering Science 9, 567-591 (1990).
Sandven, S., Johannessen, J., Kloster, K., Hamre, T. & Sætre, H.J. Satellite studies of ocean fronts and eddies for deepwater development in the Norwegian Sea. Referee Proceedings of the 10th International Offshore and Polar Engineering Conference (ISOPE 2000) Seattle, USA May 28-June 2 2000 (2000).
Sandven, S., Johannessen, O.M. & Kloster, K. Real Time Use of Satellite Data in Ice Monitoring for Arctic Operations. In proceedings from the 12th International Conference of Port and Ocean Engineering under Arctic Conditions, POAC'93, Hamburg (1993).
Sandven, S., Kloster, K. & Dagestad, K.-F. Ice drift in the Fram Strait from ENVISAT ASAR data. Proceedings of ENVISAT Symposium, 23 27 April 2007, Montreux, Switzerland (2007).
Sandven, S., Seina, A., Grönvall, H., Valeur, H.H. & Steen, A.H. OSIMS - Operational Sea Ice Monitoring by Satellites in Europe. Proceedings of the 15th International Conference on Port and Ocean Engineeringunder Arctic Conditions, Helsinki, Finland, August 23-27 1999 508-517 (1999).