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  1. Shomina O, Danilicheva O, Tarasova T, Kapustin I. Manifestation of Spiral Structures under the Action of Upper Ocean Currents // Remote Sensing. 2022. Vol. 14. № 8. 1871. https://doi.org/10.3390/rs14081871 (Q1, IF=4.848)
  2. Shomina O., Kapustin I., Ermakov S. Damping of gravity–capillary waves on the surface of turbulent fluid // Experiments in Fluids. 2020. Vol. 61.№. 8. pp. 1-12. (Q1, IF=2.48)
  3. Ermakov S., Sergievskaya I., da Silva J., Kapustin I., Shomina O., Kupaev A., Molkov A. Remote Sensing of Organic Films on the Water Surface Using Dual Co-Polarized Ship-Based X-/C-/S-Band Radar and TerraSAR-X. // Remote Sensing 2018, 10, 1097; doi.org/10.3390/rs10071097 (Q1, IF=4.848)
  4. Kapustin I., Shomina O., Ermoshkin A., Bogatov N., Kupaev, A.V., Molkov, A.A., Ermakov S. On Capabilities of Tracking Marine Surface Currents Using Artificial Film Slicks. // Remote Sensing. 2019, 11, 840; doi.org/10.3390/rs11070840 (Q1, IF=4.848)
  5. Sergievskaya I., Ermakov S., Ermoshkin A., Kapustin I., Molkov A., Danilicheva O., Shomina O. Modulation of Dual-Polarized X-Band Radar Backscatter Due to Long Wind Waves. Remote Sensing. 2019, 11, 423; doi.org/10.3390/rs11040423 (Q1, IF=4.848)
  6. Charnotskii M., Ermakov S., Ostrovsky L., and Shomina O.. Effect of film slicks on near-surface wind // Dynamics of Atmospheres and Oceans. Vol. 75 pp 118–128; DOI: 10.1016/j.dynatmoce.2016.08.003 (IF=1.46)
  7. Ermakov S., Kapustin I., Shomina O. Laboratory investigation of damping of gravity-capillary waves on the surface of turbulized liquid // Izvestiya, Atmospheric and Oceanic Physics. 2014. Vol. 50. №. 2. pp 204-212.
  8. Ermakov S., Kapustin I., Kudryavtsev V., Sergievskaya I., Shomina O., Chapron B., Yurovskiy Y. On the Doppler Frequency Shifts of Radar Signals Backscattered from the Sea Surface // Radiophysics and Quantum Electronics. 2014, Vol. 57, № 4, pp. 239-250
  9. Shomina O., Tarasova T., Danilicheva O., Kapustin I. Manifestation of sub mesoscale marine eddies in the structure of surface slick bands // Proc. SPIE 11529, Remote Sensing of the Ocean, Sea Ice, Coastal Waters, and Large Water Regions 2020, 115290H https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2572703
  10. Shomina O., Ermoshkin A., Danilicheva O., Tarasova T., Kapustin I., Ermakov S. Slick bands kinematics due to marine current and wind: study and simulation // Remote Sensing of the Ocean, Sea Ice, Coastal Waters, and Large Water Regions 2019. International Society for Optics and Photonics, 2019. (Vol. 11150, p. 111501J).

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Doctor of Philosophy in the “Physics of the atmosphere and hydrosphere” specialty – Institute of Applied physics, 2022 (February). Topic of the PhD thesis: “Investigation of the mechanisms of short wind waves variation and the geometry of slick structures in application to the problem of ocean remote sensing”

PhD student – Institute of Applied physics, 2013-2018

Magister degree in Physics – Nizhny Novgorod state university, radio physical faculty, 2013. Diploma with honors

Bachelor degree in Physics – Nizhny Novgorod state university, radio physical faculty, 2011

Oceanography, wave processes, turbulence and small-scale processes, gravity-capillary waves, radar and optical remote sensing, atmosphere-ocean interaction, surfactant films, ocean currents, internal waves, marine eddies, eutrophication, marine pollution, oil spills, spiral strictures in the ocean panoramas