Comprehensive Monitoring of Ice Gouging Bottom Relief at Key Sites of Oil and Gas Development within the Coastal-shelf Zone of the Yamal Peninsula, Kara Seaтезисы доклада

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[1] Comprehensive monitoring of ice gouging bottom relief at key sites of oil and gas development within the coastal-shelf zone of the yamal peninsula, kara sea / S. A. Ogorodov, V. V. Arkhipov, O. V. Kokin, A. V. Marchenko // The Proceedings of the 24th International Conference on Port and Ocean Engineering under Arctic Conditions (POAC2017). — Busan, Korea, 2017. — P. 118–118. Ice gouging is a dangerous natural process typical for the coastal-shelf zone of the Russian Arctic; because it leads to damaging of the infrastructure it can also be related to the category of catastrophic processes. To lower the risks of occurrence and to prevent emergencies and their consequences, comprehensive monitoring of the dangerous natural processes is necessary. With all lithologic and geomorphologic conditions being equal, the intensity of the ice gouging on the bottom is mostly determined by the changing condition, area and thickness of the ice cover. To assess the real intensity of the ice gouging impact during a given ice season, repeated sounding of the sea bottom topography is necessary; it helps to select the ice gouges which were created in the period between the two consequent observations. At present, the methods and technologies of the monitoring of ice gouging processes are not standardized, and the monitoring, if it is conducted, is often sporadic and lacks systematization. Therefore, the development of a united technology of comprehensive monitoring of ice gouging processes in the coastal and shelf zone is one of the most important tasks of the modern science and practice. Our team was the first one to apply such integrative technology in 2005-2015 in the framework of investigations for the purpose of construction of the underwater gas pipeline at its crossing of the Baydaratskaya Bay, Kara Sea.

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