Sergey Dotsenko


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Sergey

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Dotsenko

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  • 2012-03 Analysis of the specific features of propagation of tsunamis in the shelf zone of the basin in PHYSICAL OCEANOGRAPHY
  • 2012-01 Numerical analysis of the propagation and amplification of tsunami waves of seismic generation in the Sea of Azov in PHYSICAL OCEANOGRAPHY
  • 2011-11 Generation of waves in a bounded basin by a traveling front of atmospheric pressure and the field of wind stresses induced by this front in PHYSICAL OCEANOGRAPHY
  • 2011-07 Generation of long waves in a basin by short-term displacements of the lateral boundary in PHYSICAL OCEANOGRAPHY
  • 2011-05 Runup of the surface waves of various shapes on a sloping beach in PHYSICAL OCEANOGRAPHY
  • 2011-01 Numerical analysis of the propagation and amplification of tsunami waves on the northwest shelf of the Black Sea in PHYSICAL OCEANOGRAPHY
  • 2010-12 Stationary waves in the flow of a homogeneous fluid with vertical shear of the velocity in PHYSICAL OCEANOGRAPHY
  • 2010-11 Baroclinic seiches in rotating basins of variable depth in the case of two-layer density stratification in PHYSICAL OCEANOGRAPHY
  • 2010-09 Numerical modeling of the propagation and strengthening of tsunami waves near the Crimean Peninsula and the Northeast Coast of the Black Sea in PHYSICAL OCEANOGRAPHY
  • 2009-09 Laboratory modeling of the propagation of periodic internal waves over bottom slopes in PHYSICAL OCEANOGRAPHY
  • 2009-05 Generation of surface and internal waves in a bounded basin by a moving baric front in PHYSICAL OCEANOGRAPHY
  • 2008-11 Nonlinear radial oscillations of a fluid in a parabolic basin with regard for the external action in PHYSICAL OCEANOGRAPHY
  • 2008-09 Analysis of the necessity and possibility of tsunami early warning on the Black-Sea coast in PHYSICAL OCEANOGRAPHY
  • 2008-06 Nonlinear inertial oscillations of a multilayer eddy: An analytical solution in IZVESTIYA, ATMOSPHERIC AND OCEANIC PHYSICS
  • 2008-03 Thermohydrodynamics of the ocean generation of seiches by moving baric fronts in bounded basins in PHYSICAL OCEANOGRAPHY
  • 2007-11 Generation of seiches by moving baric formations in PHYSICAL OCEANOGRAPHY
  • 2007-09 Spectra of the Black-Sea tsunamis in PHYSICAL OCEANOGRAPHY
  • 2007-03 Transformation of the ocean level under a moving area of disturbances of atmospheric pressure in PHYSICAL OCEANOGRAPHY
  • 2007-01 Characteristics of tsunami waves in the Black Sea according to the data of measurements in PHYSICAL OCEANOGRAPHY
  • 2006-03 Generation of quasiinertial internal waves in the process of evolution of local perturbations in the ocean in PHYSICAL OCEANOGRAPHY
  • 2005-11 Specific Features of the Propagation of Tsunamis in the Northwest Part of the Black Sea in PHYSICAL OCEANOGRAPHY
  • 2005-07 Run-Up of a Solitary Tsunami Wave on a Sloping Coast in PHYSICAL OCEANOGRAPHY
  • 2005-05 Evaluation of the Parameters of Tsunami Waves along the South Coast of the Crimean Peninsula in PHYSICAL OCEANOGRAPHY
  • 2005-01 Nonlinear Radial Oscillations of an Isolated Eddy in the Ocean with Regard for the External Action in PHYSICAL OCEANOGRAPHY
  • 2003-07 Some General Properties of Transverse Motions of the Geostrophic Front in PHYSICAL OCEANOGRAPHY
  • 2003-03 Exact Analytic Solutions of the Nonlinear Long-Wave Equations in the Case of Axisymmetric Fluid Vibrations in a Parabolic Rotating Vessel in FLUID DYNAMICS
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