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Kelpsaite, L., Parnell, K.E., and Soomere, T. (2009) Energy pollution: the relative influence of wind-wave and vessel-wake energy in Tallinn Bay, the Baltic Sea. Journal of Coastal Research, 56 (1). pp. 812-816.
Soomere, T., Parnell, K.E., and Didenkulova, I. (2009) Implications of fast-ferry wakes for semi-sheltered beaches: a case study at Aegna Island, Baltic Sea. Journal of Coastal Research, 56 (1). pp. 128-132.
Soomere, Tarmo, Parnell, K.E., and Keevallik, Sirje (2009) Preface. Special issue on ocenaography, meterology and coastal engineering. Estonian Journal of Engineering, 15 (3). pp. 149-150.
Didenkulova, I., Parnell, K.E., Soomere, T., Pelinovsky, E., and Kurennoy, D. (2009) Shoaling and runup of long waves induced by high-speed ferries in Tallinn Bay. Journal of Coastal Research, 56 (1). pp. 491-495.
Kurennoy, D., Soomere, T., and Parnell, K.E. (2009) Variability in the properties of wakes generated by high-speed ferries. Journal of Coastal Research, 56 (1). pp. 519-523.
Parnell, Kevin, Delpeche, Nicole, Didenkulova, Ira, Dolphin, Tony, Erm, Ants, Kask, Andres, Kelpsaite, Loreta, Kurennoy, Dimitry, Quak, Ewald, Raamet, Andrus, Soomere, Tarmo, Terentjeva, Anna, Torsvik, Tomas, and Zaitseva-Parnaste, Inga (2008) Far-field vessel wakes in Tallinn Bay. Estonian Journal of Engineering, 14 (4). pp. 273-302.
Soomere, Tarmo, Parnell, Kevin E., and Didenkulova, Ira (2009) The implications of frequent high-speed ferry wakes, Tallinn Bay, Estonia. In: Proceedings of the FAST 2009 10th International Conference on Fast Sea Transportation (2), pp. 923-934. From: FAST 2009 10th International Conference on Fast Sea Transportation, 5-8 OCT 2009, Athens, Greece.
Madhani, Jehangir T., Pendrey, David C., Situ, Rong, and Brown, Richard J. (2007) Assessment of a scalar concentration (Komori) probe for measuring fluctuating dye concentration in water. In: Proceedings of the 16th Australasian Fluid Mechanics Conference, pp. 815-818. From: 16th Australasian Fluid Mechanics Conference, 3-7 December 2007, Gold Coast, Australia.