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Sandven, S., Johannessen, O.M., Pettersson, L.H., Miles, M. & Drottning, Å. A pilot ice monitoring service using ERS-1 SAR images. In proceeding First workshop on ERS-1 pilot projects, Toledo, Spain, 22. - 24. June 1994, ESA SP-365 (1994).
Johannessen, O.M., et al. The pre-ERS-1 Experiments MIZEX 87 and SIZEX 89. In proceedings from EARSeL Symposium, Espoo, Helsinki, Finland (1989).
Sandven, S., Johannessen, O.M. & Kloster, K. Pre-operational use of synthetic aperture radar (SAR) images from the ERS-1 satellite in sea ice monitoring. In proceedings International Symposium Operationalization of Remote Sensing, 19-23 April 1993, International Institute for Aerospace Survey and Earth Sciences (ITC) Enschede, The Netherlands 5, 125-136 (1993).
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).
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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).
Johannessen, O.M., Sandven, S., Pettersson, L.H. & Melentyev, V.V. Real-time ice monitoring of the inland navigable waterway: Finnish Gulf-Ladoga Lake-Onega Lake-White Sea using ERS-1 satellite radar images. In proceedings of the International Conference on Inland and Maritime Navigation and Coastal Problems of East European Countries, Environmental Aspects of Dredging, held at the Technical University of Gdansk, Poland 1, 191-202 (1996).
Sandven, S., Kloster, K. & Johannessen, O.M. Remote sensing of icebergs in the Barents Sea during SIZEX 89. In proceedings of the First International Offshore and Polar Engineering Conference, ISOPE-91 in Edinburgh, U.K. (1991).