• Barantiev, D., Kirova, H., Gueorguiev, O., Batchvarova, E.. Mesoscale modeling of extreme coastal weather against sodar data – a case study. 10th Jubilee Conference of the Balkan Physical Union, Eds: T. M. Mishonov and A. M. Varonov, AIP Conference Proceedings, 2075, Article Num 120002, AIP Publishing, 2019, DOI:, SJR (Scopus):0.182, JCR-IF (Web of Science):0.4 link
  • Barantiev, D, Kirova, H., Gueorguiev, O. WRF simulations against sodar measurements of extreme winds and local breeze circulations serial events. Advances in Science and Research, 17, Copernicus Publications, 2020, ISSN:1992-0636, DOI:, pp.109-113 link
  • Barantiev, D., Batchvarova, E., Hristina Kirova, Orlin Gueorguiev. PBL Vertical Structure During Extreme Wind Events at Seaside Region of Southern Bulgaria. Proceeding of 1st International Conference on Environmental Protection and disaster RISKs, Az-buki National Publishing House, 2020, ISBN:978-619-7065-38-1, DOI:, pp. 480-490 link
  • Barantiev, D., Batchvarova, E., Kirova, H., Gueorguiev, O. Numerical Modeling of Extreme Wind Profiles Measured with SODAR in a Coastal Area. In: Dimov I., Fidanova S. (eds) Advances in High Performance Computing. HPC 2019. Studies in Computational Intelligence, 902, Springer, Cham, 2020, ISBN:978-3-030-55347-0, DOI:, SJR (Scopus):0.183, JCR-IF (Web of Science):1.73 link
  • Barantiev, D., Extreme Phenomena and Wind Profile at a Coastal Area. Journal of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, CXXXIV, 3, Professor Marin Drinov Publishing House of BAS, 2021, ISSN:0007-3989, pp. 31-37. link
  • Barantiev D., Batchvarova E., Kirova H., Gueorguiev O. (2021) Climatological Study of Extreme Wind Events in a Coastal Area. In: Dobrinkova N., Gadzhev G. (eds) Environmental Protection and Disaster Risks. EnviroRISK 2020. Studies in Systems, Decision and Control, vol 361. Springer, Cham., SJR (Scopus):0.131 link

Accepted for publication

  • Barantiev, D., Batchvarova, E., Hristina Kirova, Orlin Gueorguiev. Evaluation of meso-meteorological model simulations of extrime wind events at a coastal region. SGEM Conference Proceedings, SJR (Scopus):0.232 (accepted: 2021)