Monographs and collections

 

1.  Quak E., Soomere T. (eds.) 2009. Applied Wave Mathematics. Selected Topics in Solids, Fluids, and Mathematical Methods. Springer, 471 p.

 

 Papers indexed in the ISI Web of Science

 

1. Beisel S., Chubarov L., Didenkulova I., Kit E., Levin A., Pelinovsky E., Shokin Yu., and Sladkevich M. 2009. The 1956 Greek tsunami recorded at Yafo, Israel, and its numerical modeling. Journal of Geophysical Research – Oceans, 114, Art. No. C09002, http://dx.doi.org/10.1029/2008JC005262

2.  Didenkulova I., Pelinovsky E., Soomere T. 2009. Long surface  wave dynamics along a convex bottom. Journal of Geophysical Research  – Oceans, 114. Art. No. C07006. doi:10.1029/2008JC005027.http://dx.doi.org/10.1029/2008JC005027

3.  Torsvik T., Didenkulova I., Soomere T., Parnell K.E. 2009. Variability in spatial patterns of long nonlinear waves from fast ferries in Tallinn Bay. Nonlinear Processes in Geophysics, 16 (2), 351–363. http://www.nonlin-processes-geophys.net/16/351/2009/npg-16-351-2009.html

4.  Soomere T., Leppäranta M., Myrberg K. 2009. Highlights of the physical oceanography of the Gulf of Finland reflecting potential climate changes. Boreal Environment Research, 14 (1), 152–165.http://www.borenv.net/BER/pdfs/ber14/ber14-152.pdf

5.  Didenkulova I., Nonlinear long-wave deformation and runup in a basin of varying depth. Nonlinear Processes in Geophysics, 2009, 16 (1), 23–42. http://www.nonlin-processes-geophys.net/16/23/2009/npg-16-23-2009.html

6.  Soomere T., Didenkulova I., Parnell K.E. 2009. Implications of fast-ferry wakes for semi-sheltered beaches: a case study at Aegna Island, Baltic Sea. Journal of Coastal Research, Special Issue 56, vol. I, 128–132

7.  Räämet A., Suursaar Ü., Kullas T., Soomere T. 2009. Reconsidering uncertainties of wave conditions in the coastal areas of the northern Baltic Sea. Journal of Coastal Research, Special Issue 56, vol. I, 257–261

8.  Zaitseva-Pärnaste I., Suursaar Ü., Kullas T., Lapimaa S., Soomere T. 2009. Seasonal and long-term variations of wave conditions in the northern Baltic Sea. Journal of Coastal Research, Special Issue 56, vol. I, 277–281.

9.  Didenkulova I., Parnell K.E., Soomere T., Pelinovsky E., Kurennoy D. 2009. Shoaling and runup of long waves induced by high-speed ferries in Tallinn Bay. Journal of Coastal Research, Special Issue 56, vol. I, 491–495

10. Kurennoy D., Soomere T., Parnell K.E. 2009. Variability in the properties of wakes generated by high-speed ferries. Journal of Coastal Research, Special Issue 56, vol. I, 519–523

11. Kelpšaite L., Parnell K.E., 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, Special Issue 56, vol. I, 812–816

12. Kask A., Soomere T., Healy T., Delpeche N. 2009. Rapid estimates of sediment loss for “almost equilibrium” beaches. Journal of Coastal Research, Special Issue 56, vol. II, 971–975

13. Torsvik T., Soomere T. 2009. Modeling of long waves from /em/em br /high speed ferries in coastal waters. Journal of Coastal Research, Special Issue 56, vol. II, 1075–1079

14. Dolphin T.J., Green M.O. 2009. Patterns of wave-orbital speed and skin friction under estuarine (fetch-limited) waves. Journal of Coastal Research, Special Issue 56, vol. I, 178–182

15. Magnenat-Thalmann N., Quak E. 2009. Editorial. The Visual Computer, 25 (9), 825–825. http://www.springerlink.com/content/305h85548x445741/fulltext.pdf

16. Didenkulova I., Pelinovsky E. 2009. Non-dispersive traveling waves in inclined shallow water channels. Physics Letters A, 373 (42), 3883–3887,  http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.physleta.2009.08.051

17. Zhamoida V.A.,  Ryabchuk D.V., Kropatchev Y.P., Kurennoy D., Boldyrev V.L., Sivkov V.V. 2009. Recent sedimentation processes in the coastal zone of the Curonian Spit (Kaliningrad region, Baltic Sea). Z. dt. Ges. Geowiss. (Zeitschrift der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Geowissenschaften), 160 (2), 143–157.

18.  Didenkulova I., Pelinovsky E., Soomere T. 2009. Runup characteristics of symmetrical solitary tsunami waves of ”unknown” shapes. Pure and Applied Geophysics, 165 (11-12), 2249–2264.http://www.springerlink.com/content/k5574062378n46hq/

 

Papers in international peer-reviewed journals and collections

 

1.  Пелиновский Е.Н., Диденкулова И.И. 2009. Распространение волн в сильно неоднородной среде. Нелинейные волны 2008 (Под редакцией А.В. Гапонова и В.И.Некоркина). Нижний Новгород, Институт Прикладной Физики РАН, 191–204.

2.  Soomere T. 2009. Solitons interactions, in: Meyers, R.A. (editor), Encyclopedia of Complexity and Systems Science, Springer, vol. 9, 8479–8504.

3.  Kelpšaite L., Soomere T. 2009. The relative importance of wind-waves and ship-wakes on longshore drift in Tallinn Bay, the Baltic Sea, in: Artificial beaches, artificial islands and other structures in the coastal and offshore areas (Khabidov, A.Sh., Ed.). Proceedings of the International Conference „Construction of the Artificial Lands in the Coastal and Offshore Areas” Novosibirsk, July 20–25, 2009, Novosibirsk, Publishing House of the Siberian Branch of Russian Academy of Sciences, 2009, 73–79.

4.  Kurennoy D., Soomere T. 2009. Variability in wake properties generated by high-speed ferries in Tallinn Bay, in: Artificial beaches, artificial islands and other structures in the coastal and offshore areas (Khabidov, A.Sh., Ed.). Proceedings of the International Conference „Construction of the Artificial Lands in the Coastal and Offshore Areas” Novosibirsk, July 20–25, 2009, Novosibirsk, Publishing House of the Siberian Branch of Russian Academy of Sciences, 2009, 89–97.

5.  Soomere T.,  Parnell K.E., Keevallik S. 2009. Preface. Special issue on oceanography, meteorology and coastal engineering. Estonian Journal of Engineering, 15 (3), 149–150.

6.  Ryabchuk D.,  Sukhacheva L., Spiridonov M., Zhamoida V., Kurennoy D. 2009. Coastal processes in the Eastern Gulf of Finland – possible driving forces and the connection with nearshore development. Estonian Journal of Engineering, 15 (3), 151–167.

7.  Kelpšaite L., Soomere T. 2009. Vessel-wave induced potential longshore sediment transport at Aegna Island, Tallinn Bay. Estonian Journal of Engineering, 15 (3), 168–181.

8.  Kurennoy D., Didenkulova I., Soomere T. 2009. Crest-trough asymmetry of waves generated by high-speed ferries. Estonian Journal of Engineering, 15 (3), 182–195.

9.  Keevallik S., Soomere T. 2009. Seasonal and diurnal variations of wind parameters at Pakri. Estonian Journal of Engineering, 15 (3), 227–239.

10. Диденкулова И.И., Пелиновский Е.Н. 2009. Цунамиподобные явления в российских внутренних водоемах. Фундаментальная и прикладная гидрофизика (Fundamental and Applied Hydrophysics), 3(5), 52–64 (in Russian).

11. Keevallik S., Soomere T. 2009. Reflection of shifts in upper-air wind regime in surface meteorological parameters in Estonia during recent decades, in: Burkhardt Rockel, Lars Bärring and Marcus Reckermann, Editors, 2nd International Lund Regional Climate Modelling Workshop „21st Century Challenges in Regional-scale Climate Modelling”, Lund University, Sweden, 4–8 May 2009, International BALTEX Secretariat, Publication No 41, April 2009, 166–167.

12. Soomere T. 2009. Overview. Surface waves at the cutting edge of research and applications. In: Applied Wave Mathematics: Selected Topics in Solids, Fluids, and Mathematical Methods / Eds. E. Quak, T. Soomere. Heidelberg: Springer, 189–192 http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-00585-5_11 

13. Soomere T. 2009. Long ship waves in shallow water bodies. In: Applied Wave Mathematics: Selected Topics in Solids, Fluids, and Mathematical Methods / Eds. E. Quak, T. Soomere. Heidelberg: Springer, 193–228.http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-00585-5_12.

14. Didenkulova I. 2009. New trends in the analytical theory of long sea wave runup. In: Applied Wave Mathematics: Selected Topics in Solids, Fluids, and Mathematical Methods / Eds. E. Quak, T. Soomere. Heidelberg: Springer, 265–296.

15. Quak E. 2009. Overview (Part V: Mathematical methods). In: Applied Wave Mathematics: Selected Topics in Solids, Fluids, and Mathematical Methods / Eds. E. Quak, T. Soomere. Heidelberg: Springer, 299–301.

16. Soomere T., Parnell K.E., Didenkulova I. 2009. The implications of frequent high-speed ferry wakes, Tallinn Bay, Estonia. In: 10th International Conference on  Fast Sea Transportation FAST2009, 5–8 October 2009, Divani Palace Acropolis Hotel, Athens, Greece. Proceedings (G.Grigoropoulos, M.Samuelides, N. Tsouvalis, Eds). Organizing Commitee of FAST2009. Vol. 2, 923–934.

17. Kelpsaite L., Soomere T. 2009. The relative importance of wind-waves and ship-wakes on longshore drift in Tallinn Bay, the Baltic Sea. In: Lithodynamics of bottom contact zone of the ocean (Moscow, Russia, 14–17 September 2009), 105–107.

18. Kurennoy D., Soomere T. 2009. Ship wakes measurement in Tallinn Bay. In: Lithodynamics of bottom contact zone of the ocean (Moscow, Russia, 14–17 September 2009), 27–29.

19. Zaitseva-Pärnaste I., Soomere T. 2009 Long term variation in wave fields in the Baltic Proper. In: Lithodynamics of bottom contact zone of the ocean (Moscow, Russia, 14–17 September 2009), 25–27.

20. Kurennoy D., Soomere T. 2009. Study on properties of ship waves in Tallinn Bay (Изучение свойств судовых волн в Таллиннском заливе). In: Proceedings of XL International conference on Control Processes and Stability, April 6–9, 2009, St. Petersburg, Russia, 314–319 (in Russian).

 

Abstracts

 

1.   Didenkulova I.I., Pelinovsky E.N. 2009. Non-dispersive traveling waves in strongly inhomogeneous water channels. In: Abstracts of Nonlinear Evolution Equations and Dynamical Systems (NEEDS) 2009 (Sardinia, Italy, 16 – 23 May 2009), 38–39.

2.   Soomere T. 2009. Shallow-water soliton interactions as a potential source of freak waves and agents of danger from fast ferries. In: The sixth IMACS international conference on nonlinear evolution equations and wave phenomena computation and theory (Thiab R. Taha, Editor). The University of Georgia, Center for continuing education, Athens, Georgia, USA, p. 210.

3.   Didenkulova I., Soomere T., Pelinovsky E. 2009. Modeling of tsunami waves using waves induced by high-speed ferries in Tallinn Bay, Baltic Sea. Geophysical Research Abstracts, 11, EGU2009-2027.

4.   Didenkulova I., Kurennoy D., Soomere T. 2009. Freak waves in Tallinn Bay, the Baltic Sea. Geophysical Research Abstracts, 11, EGU2009-2024.

5.   Pelinovsky E., Sladkevich M., Chubarov L., Didenkulova I., Kit E., Shokin Yu., Beisel S., Levin A. 2009. The 1956 Greek tsunami recorded at Yafo (Israel) and its numerical modeling. Geophysical Research Abstracts, 11, EGU2009-1317.

6.   Didenkulova I., Pelinovsky E., Soomere T. 2009. Long surface wave dynamics along a convex bottom.  Geophysical Research Abstracts, 11, EGU2009-91.

7.   Didenkulova I. 2009. Nonlinear long-wave deformation and runup in a basin of varying depth. Geophysical Research Abstracts, 11, EGU2009-92.

8.   Soomere T., Didenkulova, I.,  Parnell, K.E. 2009. Implications of fast-ferry wakes for semi-sheltered beaches: a case study at Aegna Island, Baltic Sea, in: Book of Abstracts of the 10th International Coastal Symposium, 13–18 April, Lisbon, Portugal, Edition e-GEO, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Lisbon, p. 31.

9.   Dolphin T.J., Green M.O. 2009. Patterns of wave-orbital speed and skin friction under estuarine (fetch-limited) waves, in: Book of Abstracts of the 10th International Coastal Sy, 10, 2359–2369./emnbsp;Torsvik T., Didenkulova I., Soomere T., Parnell K.E. 2009. Variability in spatial patterns of long nonlinear waves from fast ferries in Tallinn Bay. ), 160 (2), 143–157.mposium, 13–18 April, Lisbon, Portugal, Edition e-GEO, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Lisbon, p. 40

10. Räämet A., Suursaar Ü., Kullas T., Soomere T. 2009. Reconsidering uncertainties of wave conditions in the coastal areas of the northern Baltic Sea, in: Book of Abstracts of the 10th International Coastal Symposium, 13–18 April, Lisbon, Portugal, Edition e-GEO, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Lisbon, p. 59.

11. Zaitseva-Pärnaste I., Suursaar Ü., Kullas T., Lapimaa S., Soomere T. 2009. Seasonal and long-term variations of wave conditions in the northern Baltic Sea, in: Book of Abstracts of the 10th International Coastal Symposium, 13–18 April, Lisbon, Portugal, Edition e-GEO, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Lisbon, p. 63.

12. Didenkulova I., Parnell K.E., Soomere T., Pelinovsky E., Kurennoy D. 2009. Shoaling and runup of long waves induced by high-speed ferries in Tallinn Bay, in: Book of Abstracts of the 10th International Coastal Symposium, 13–18 April, Lisbon, Portugal, Edition e-GEO, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Lisbon, p. 103.

13. Kurennoy D., Soomere T., Parnell K.E. 2009. Variability in the properties of wakes generated by high-speed ferries, in: Book of Abstracts of the 10th International Coastal Symposium, 13–18 April, Lisbon, Portugal, Edition e-GEO, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Lisbon, p. 107.

14. Kelpšaite L., Parnell K.E., Soomere T. 2009. Energy pollution: the relative influence of wind-wave and vessel-wake energy in Tallinn Bay, the Baltic Sea,  in: Book of Abstracts of the 10th International Coastal Symposium, 13–18 April, Lisbon, Portugal, Edition e-GEO, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Lisbon, p. 155.

15. Torsvik T., Soomere T. 2009. Modeling of long waves from high speed ferries in coastal waters, in: Book of Abstracts of the 10th International Coastal Symposium, 13–18 April, Lisbon, Portugal, Edition e-GEO, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Lisbon, p. 192.

16. Didenkulova I., Pelinovsky E., Zahibo N. 2009. Nonlinear aspects of tsunami waves. In book of Abstracts of the conference CPNLW09 Solitons in their Roaring Forties: Coherence and Persistence in Nonlinear Waves (Nice, France, January 6-10, 2009), p. 5.

17. Soomere T. 2009. Interactions of shallow water solitons and their applications. In: CPNLW09 Solitons in their Roaring Forties, Nice, France, January 6–9, 2009. List of Abstracts, 14–15, http://www.oca.eu/cpnlw09/abstracts.pdf

18. Soomere T. 2009. On the dynamics of almost equilibrium beaches on the North Estonian coast, in: BSSC2009 (7th Baltic Sea Science Congress 2009) Abstract Book. August 17–21, 2009, Tallinn, Estonia, Tallinn University of Technology, p. 20.

19. Quak E., Soomere T. 2009. The BalticWay project: The use of currents for environmental management of the Baltic Sea coasts. in: BSSC2009 (7th Baltic Sea Science Congress 2009) Abstract Book. August 17–21, 2009, Tallinn, Estonia, Tallinn University of Technology, p. 99.

20. Delpeche N., Soomere T. 2009. Internal waves and interfacial mixing in stratified environments, in: BSSC2009 (7th Baltic Sea Science Congress 2009) Abstract Book. August 17–21, 2009, Tallinn, Estonia, Tallinn University of Technology, p. 120.

21. Ryabchuk D., Leont’yev I., Zhamoida V., Spiridonov M., Nesterova E., Kurennoy, 50 (6), 984-994. D. 2009. Submarine terraces of the eastern Gulf of Finland: results on survey and reconstruction of evolution in Holocene, in: BSSC2009 (7th Baltic Sea Science Congress 2009) Abstract Book. August 17–21, 2009, Tallinn, Estonia, Tallinn University of Technology, p. 130.

22. Didenkulova I. 2009. Analytical theory of nonlinear long wave runup on a coast, in: BSSC2009 (7th Baltic Sea Science Congress 2009) Abstract Book. August 17–21, 2009, Tallinn, Estonia, Tallinn University of Technology, p. 132.

23. Torsvik T. 2009. Modelling of ship waves with application to conditions in Tallinn Bay, in: BSSC2009 (7th Baltic Sea Science Congress 2009) Abstract Book. August 17–21, 2009, Tallinn, Estonia, Tallinn University of Technology, p. 133.

24. Soomere T., Didenkulova I., Parnell K.E. 2009. Implications of fast ferry wakes for semi-sheltered beaches, in: BSSC2009 (7th Baltic Sea Science Congress 2009) Abstract Book. August 17–21, 2009, Tallinn, Estonia, Tallinn University of Technology, p. 134.

25. Erm A., Soomere T., Alari V., Listak M., Voll M. 2009. Monitoring of sediments resuspended by wakes from fast ferries, in: BSSC2009 (7th Baltic Sea Science Congress 2009) Abstract Book. August 17–21, 2009, Tallinn, Estonia, Tallinn University of Technology, p. 135.

26. Zaitseva I., Suursaar Ü., Soomere T. 2009. Seasonal and long-term variations of wave conditions in Estonian coastal waters, in: BSSC2009 (7th Baltic Sea Science Congress 2009) Abstract Book. August 17–21, 2009, Tallinn, Estonia, Tallinn University of Technology, p. 148. https://msi.conference-services.net/resources/507/1607/pdf/BSSC2009_0260.pdf

27. Räämet A. 2009. Simulating long-term changes of wave conditions in the northern Baltic Sea, in: BSSC2009 (7th Baltic Sea Science Congress 2009) Abstract Book. August 17–21, 2009, Tallinn, Estonia, Tallinn University of Technology, p. 149.

28. Kelpšaite L. 2009. The comparison of wind-waves and ship-wakes on the coastal zone in Tallinn Bay, the Baltic Sea, in: BSSC2009 (7th Baltic Sea Science Congress 2009) Abstract Book. August 17–21, 2009, Tallinn, Estonia, Tallinn University of Technology, p. 181.

29. Kurennoy D. 2009. Variability in the properties of long waves generated by high-speed ferries in Tallinn Bay, in: BSSC2009 (7th Baltic Sea Science Congress 2009) Abstract Book. August 17–21, 2009, Tallinn, Estonia, Tallinn University of Technology, p. 182.

30. Didenkulova I., Pelinovsky E. 2009. Weakly reflecting waves in narrow bays, in: BSSC2009 (7th Baltic Sea Science Congress 2009) Abstract Book. August 17–21, 2009, Tallinn, Estonia, Tallinn University of Technology, p. 184.

31. Didenkulov I., Didenkulova I., Muyakshin S., Selivanovsky D. 2009. Interaction of plankton with wave fields in the sea, in: BSSC2009 (7th Baltic Sea Science Congress 2009) Abstract Book. August 17–21, 2009, Tallinn, Estonia, Tallinn University of Technology, p. 186.

32. Didenkulova I., Sergeeva A., Pelinovsky E., Gurbatov S. 2009. Runup of random waves on a plane beach. In: Abstracts of VI Annual Meeting of Asia Oceania Geosciences Society (SUNTEC, Singapore, August 11-15, 2009), OS09-A004.  

33. Didenkulova I. 2009. Long-Wave Runup on Beaches of Complex Geometry. In: Abstracts of VI Annual Meeting of Asia Oceania Geosciences Society (SUNTEC, Singapore, August 11–15, 2009), OS09-A018.

34. Pelinovsky E., Didenkulova I., Sergeeva A. 2009. Wave turbulence in shallow water. In: Abstracts of the 19e Congres Francais de Mecanique (Marseille, France, August 24–28, 2009). 644-C3, p. 22 

35. Didenkulova I.I., Pelinovsky E.N. 2009. Strong amplification of water waves at “non-reflecting” beaches. In: Abstracts of the 19e Congres Francais de Mecanique (Marseille, France, August 24–28, 2009), 1395-C9. p. 51.

36. Didenkulova I.I., Pelinovsky E.N. 2009. Abnormal amplification of long waves in the coastal zone. In: Abstracts of 24th International Tsunami Symposium (Novosibirsk, Russia, 14–17 July 2009), 67.

37. Didenkulova I.I., Pelinovsky E., Soomere T. 2009. Can the waves generated by fast ferries be a physical model of tsunami? In: Programme and Abstracts. 24th International Tsunami Symposium, July 14–17, 2009, Novosibirsk, Russia. Institute of Computational Mathematics and Mathematical Geophysics, Siberian Branch, Russian Academy of Sciences, Novosibirsk, p. 68.

38. Delpeche N., Clarke J.H., Haigh S. 2009. The generation and dissipation of a solitonic wave that travels in a reverse direction to the flow in the Saint John River estuary, New Brunswick, Canada. In: International Conference on Complexity of Nonlinear Waves. October 5–7, 2009, Tallinn, Estonia. Book of Abstracts. Tallinn University of Technology, 12.

39. Soomere T. 2009. Applications of soliton interactions in rogue wave theory and in understanding the impact of vessel wakes, In: International Conference on Complexity of Nonlinear Waves. October 5–7, 2009, Tallinn, Estonia. Book of Abstracts. Tallinn University of Technology, 34.

40. Delpeche N., Isotamm R., Viikmäe B., Soomere T. 2009. Application of a trajectory model to select of areas of high risk of pollution. In: Coping with Uncertainty. A multidisciplinary research conference of risk governance in the Baltic Sea region, Stockholm, 15–17 November 2009. Book of Abstracts. Södertörn University, Stockholm, p. 29.

41. Soomere T. 2009. Towards the use of currents for reducing anthropogenic risks for the Baltic Sea coasts. In: Coping with Uncertainty. A multidisciplinary research conference of risk governance in the Baltic Sea region, Stockholm, 15–17 November 2009. Book ofnbsp;Kelpšaite L., Parnell K.E., Soomere T. 2009. Energy pollution: the relative influence of wind-wave and vessel-wake energy in Tallinn Bay, the Baltic Sea. nbsp;Zhamoida V.A., Abstracts. Södertörn University, Stockholm, p. 30.

42. Isotamm R., Viikmäe B., Delpeche N. 2009. An empirical method to determine a low-risk fairway in the Gulf of Finland. In: Coping with Uncertainty. A multidisciplinary research conference of risk governance in the Baltic Sea region, Stockholm, 15–17 November 2009. Book of Abstracts. Södertörn University, Stockholm, p. 31.

43. Räämet A., Soomere T. 2009. Wave climate changes in the Baltic Proper 1978–2007. In: 4th International student conference „Biodiversity and functioning of Aquatic Ecosystems in the Baltic Sea Region”, Abstracts, October 2-4, 2009, Dubingiai, Lithuania, p. 17.

44. Kurennoy D., Soomere T. 2009. Ship waves as a source of influence to coastal zone. In: Proceedings of the International conference “Geology of metropolises” (Геология крупных городов), November 24–25, St. Petersburg, Russia, 2009, p. 71–72 (in English and in Russian).
 

 

Papers in popular science books, journals and newspapers

 

1.   Soomere T. 2009. Hoovused juhivad reostuse Eestisse (Sea currents bring pollution to the Estonian coasts), Postimees (the leading newspaper), 57 (5537), 11.03.2009, p. 5 (in Estonian).

2.    Soomere T. 2009. Mida arvaksid Andres ja Pearu gaasitorust oma piirikraavis? (What would think Andres and Pearu about a gas pipeline at the border ot their land sections?) Maaülikool, 161, 23.03.2009, lk. 2 (newspaper of the Estonian University of Life Sciences, in Estonian)

3.    Läänemere uurimine võib õpetada kogu maailma (Research into the Baltic Sea may teach the entire world). Interview with T. Soomere, Mente et Manu, 7(1764) 17.04.2009, p. 3 and 8(1765) 8.05.2009, p. 3 (newspaper of the Esto/h3nian University of Technology, in Estonian);

4.    Soomere T., Vaikmäe R. 2009. Kliimamuutuste põhjused selgumas (Progress in understanding the  mechanisms of climate change), Postimees, 178(5658), 05.08.2009, p. 10 (a full page story about recent developments in climate research, in Estonian)

5.    Nord Stream on väljakutse kodanikuühiskonnale (Nord Stream is the challenge for society), Interview with T.Soomere by J.Holvandus. Eesti Kirik (Estonian Church, weekly newspaper of the Estonian Lutheran Church), 33(989), 09.09.2009, 4-5

6.    Soomere T. 2009. Nord Stream eirab tundliku Läänemere eripära (Nord Stream ignores the specific features of the vulnerable Baltic Sea, presentation to the Estonian Parliament on 27.10.2009). Postimees 249 (5729), 28.10.2009, pp. 12–13