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Dr. Sergey Skachko (Canada)

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Publications

Date Publication
18.12.2008 Article: Sequential assimilation of multi-mission dynamical topography into a global finite-element ocean model
S. Skachko, S. Danilov, T. Janjić, J. Schröter, D. Sidorenko, R. Savcenko, and W. Bosch
Ocean Science, 4, 307-318
SRef: 1812-0792/os/2008-4-307
20.06.2008 Article: Sequential assimilation of multi-mission dynamical topography into a global finite-element ocean model
S. Skachko, S. Danilov, T. Janji?, J. Schröter, and D. Sidorenko
Ocean Science Discussions, 5, 255-279
SRef: 1812-0822/osd/2008-5-255

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