Issue‎ 1(3)

This issue’s articles are devoted to the development of fundamental principles of hydrophysics, ‎solving such applied problems as modelling of the Barents Sea hydrophysical fields distribution ‎based on in-situ measurements; new approaches to creating optical and acoustical systems of ‎observation underwater objects in complex waveguides; modern computer-based technology ‎description of floating objects and marine environment hydrodynamic interaction; analysis of ‎oceanic frontal zones recognition capabilities based on satellite measurements. Moreover, issue ‎presents papers of the “Yong scientists 2008” winners, which are devoted to environmental ‎impact on marine fixed and moving objects; refinement of calculation algorithms for wind waves ‎parameters.‎


Issue‎ 2(4)

This issue’s articles are devoted to the current state in the following areas: modelling of internal ‎waves of natural and artificial origin; application of nonlinear dispersion analysis for modeling ‎and study of the intense wave processes, their interactions with the bottom and floating objects; ‎asymptotic numerical description of tsunami in a pool of variable depth.

Issue‎ 3(5)

This issue’s articles are devoted to the extreme wind waves statistics and physical properties, ‎based on results of more than 4000 numerical experiments; two prognostic models of seasonal sea ‎level changes; comparison of the operative model calculations of the White Sea hydrophysical ‎fields, based on in-situ measurements, satellite data and water level fluctuations data provided by ‎hydrometeorological station “Solovki”; mechanisms of turbulent noise formation of underwater ‎vehicle’s forward-looking antenna; the tsunami in Russian inland waters as an indicator of high ‎natural disaster risk.‎


Issue‎ 4(6)

This issue’s articles are devoted to the information integration methods of data processing, which ‎are related to hydrophysical fields; new submersible device for measuring the light attenuation ‎index in an aquatic environment; the results of the Onega Bay of the White Sea internal waves in-‎situ experiment; prospects for the use of underwater mobile robots for marine activities. Moreover, ‎issue presents papers of the first young scientists’ «Applied Technology of Hydroacoustics and ‎Hydrophysics» conference participants. Their papers are devoted to the Arctic Ocean physical ‎fields modeling; principles of algorithms construction for data aggregation in a network-centric ‎system of underwater observation; use of the advanced probe-signal and coherent reception; the ‎results of autonomous remote-controlled seismic-hydroacoustic station development.‎