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KONSTANTIN A. KOROTENKO
KONSTANTIN A. KOROTENKO
Shirshov Institute of Oceanology
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Particle tracking method in the approach for prediction of oil slick transport in the sea: modelling oil pollution resulting from river input
KA Korotenko, RM Mamedov, AE Kontar, LA Korotenko
Journal of Marine Systems 48 (1-4), 159-170, 2004
902004
Prediction of the dispersal of oil transport in the Caspian Sea resulting from a continuous release
KA Korotenko, RM Mamedov, CNK Mooers
Spill Science & Technology Bulletin 6 (5-6), 323-339, 2000
892000
Oil Spill Risk Management: Modeling Gulf of Mexico Circulation and Oil Dispersal. Malcolm J. Bowman, Konstantin A. Korotenko, and M. Hamish E. Bowman. Dietrich
E David, B Dietrich, J Malcolm, KA Korotenko
John Wiley and Sons, Incorporated, 2014
752014
Prediction of the transport and dispersal of oil in the south Caspian Sea resulting from Blowouts
KA Korotenko, RM Mamedov, CNK Mooers
Environmental Fluid Mechanics 1 (4), 383-414, 2001
472001
High-Resolution Numerical Model for Predicting the Transport and Dispersal of Oil Spilled in the Black Sea.
KA Korotenko, MJ Bowman, DE Dietrich
Terrestrial, Atmospheric & Oceanic Sciences 21 (1), 2010
432010
Simulation and characterization of the Adriatic Sea mesoscale variability
B Cushman‐Roisin, KA Korotenko, CE Galos, DE Dietrich
Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 112 (C3), 2007
412007
Dispersion processes and transport pattern in the ROFI system of the eastern English Channel derived from a particle-tracking model
A Sentchev, K Korotenko
Continental Shelf Research 25 (18), 2294-2308, 2005
402005
Variability of turbulent quantities in the tidal bottom boundary layer: Case study in the eastern English Channel
K Korotenko, A Sentchev, FG Schmitt, N Jouanneau
Continental Shelf Research 58, 21-31, 2013
342013
Mesoscale‐resolving simulations of summer and winter bora events in the Adriatic Sea
B Cushman‐Roisin, KA Korotenko
Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 112 (C11), 2007
312007
Stratification and tidal current effects on larval transport in the eastern English Channel: Observations and 3D modeling
A Sentchev, K Korotenko
Environmental Fluid Mechanics 4 (3), 305-331, 2004
312004
Transport and bottom accumulation of fine river sediments under typhoon conditions and associated submarine landslides: case study of the Peinan River, Taiwan
AA Osadchiev, KA Korotenko, PO Zavialov, WS Chiang, CC Liu
Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences 16 (1), 41-54, 2016
192016
Effects of bottom topography on dynamics of river discharges in tidal regions: case study of twin plumes in Taiwan Strait
KA Korotenko, AA Osadchiev, PO Zavialov, RC Kao, CF Ding
Ocean Science 10 (5), 863-879, 2014
192014
Oil spill risk management: modeling Gulf of Mexico circulation and oil dispersal
DE Dietrich, MJ Bowman, KA Korotenko, MHE Bowman
John Wiley & Sons, 2014
192014
Effect of variable winds on current structure and Reynolds stresses in a tidal flow: analysis of experimental data in the eastern English Channel
KA Korotenko, AV Sentchev, FG Schmitt
Ocean Science 8 (6), 1025-1040, 2012
182012
Modeling of the circulation and transport of oil spills in the Black Sea
KA Korotenko, DE Dietrich, MJ Bowman
Oceanology 43 (4), 474-484, 2003
182003
Modeling mesoscale circulation of the Black Sea
KA Korotenko
Oceanology 55 (6), 820-826, 2015
152015
Matter transport in meso-scale oceanic fronts of river discharge type
KA Korotenko
Journal of marine systems 24 (1-2), 85-95, 2000
132000
Evidence for submarine groundwater discharge on the Southwestern shelf of Taiwan
PO Zavialov, RC Kao, VV Kremenetskiy, VI Peresypkin, CF Ding, JT Hsu, ...
Continental Shelf Research, 2012
102012
Chemical warfare munitions dumped in the Baltic Sea: Modeling of pollutant transport due to possible leakage
KA Korotenko
Oceanology 43 (1), 16-29, 2003
102003
An automated system for prediction of icing on the road
K Korotenko
International Conference on Computational Science, 1193-1200, 2002
102002
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