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Book Chapter
Johannessen, J., et al. Coastal Physical and Biochemical Processes. Remote Sensing of the Marine Environment 6, 360. P. 179-196 (2006).
Johannessen, O.M., Sandven, S. & Johannessen, J. Eddy-related winter convection in the Boreas Basin. Deep Convection and Deep Water Formation in the oceans, Elsevier Oceanographic Series 87-105 (1991).
Johannessen, O.M., et al. Microwave study programs of air-ice-ocean interactive processes in the seasonal ice zone of the Greenland and Barents seas. Microwave Remote Sensing of Sea Ice, American Geophysical Union Geophysical Monograph 68, 261-289 (1992). Abstract
Lyzenga, D.R., Marmorino, G.O. & Johannessen, J. Ocean currents and current gradients. Synthetic aperture radar marine users manual, Chapter 8 207-220 (2004).
Johannessen, J., et al. Operational oceanography challenges and potential. The Norwegian Coastal Current oceanography and climate. Chapter 11 (2007).
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).
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).
Conference Proceedings
Kozlov, I., et al. All-weather satellite observations of marine thermal fronts in the Baltic and Barents Seas. The International Conference of Young Scientists ”Land-Ocean-Atmosphere Interactions in the Changing World (2011).
Vachon, P.W., Johannessen, O.M. & Johannessen, J. Analysis of atmospheric lee waves near Hopen. In proceedings 2nd ERS-1 Symposium: Space at the Service of our Environment, October 11. - 14., 1993, Hamburg, Germany, ESA SP-361 (1993).
Johannessen, O.M., Johannessen, J. & Farrelly, B.A. Application of remote sensing for studies, mapping and forecasting of eddies on the Norwegian Continental Shelf. In proceedings from the EARSeL/ESA Symposium on Remote Sensing for Environmental Studies, April 26. - 29., 1983 ESA SP-188 (1983).