Ivanova, O. V.; Skorov, Y. V.; Korsun, P. P.; Afanasiev, V. L.; Blum, J.: Observations of the long-lasting activity of the distant Comets 29P Schwassmann-Wachmann 1, C/2003 WT42 (LINEAR) and C/2002 VQ94 (LINEAR). Icarus 211 (1), pp. 559 - 567 (2011)
Skorov, Y. V.; Markelov, G. N.; Keller, H. U.: Direct statistical simulation of the near-surface layers of the cometary atmosphere. I. A spherical nucleus. Solar System Research 38 (6), pp. 455 - 475 (2004)
Skorov, Y. V.; Keller, H. U.; Jorda, L.; Davidsson, B. J. R.: Thermophysical modelling of Comet P/Borrelly: Effects of volume energy absorption and volume sublimation. Earth, Moon and Planets 90, pp. 293 - 303 (2002)
Skorov, Y. V.; Kömle, N. I.; Keller, H. U.; Kargl, G.; Markiewicz, W. J.: A model of heat and mass transfer in a porous cometary nucleus based on a kinetic treatment of mass flow. Icarus 153 (1), pp. 180 - 196 (2001)
Skorov, Y. V.; Markiewicz, W. J.; Basilevsky, A. T.; Keller, H. U.: Stability of water ice under a porous nonvolatile layer: implications to the south polar layered deposits of Mars. Planetary and Space Science 49 (1), pp. 59 - 63 (2001)
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