Modern approaches to data assimilation in ocean modeling / edited by P. Malanotte-Rizzoli.

Amsterdam ; New York : Elsevier, 1996.
xii, 455 pages : illustrations (some color), maps ; 25 cm.


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  • Preface / P. Malanotte-Rizzoli
  • The Oceanographic Data Assimilation Problem: Overview, Motivation and Purposes / P. Malanotte-Rizzoli and E. Tziperman
  • Recent Developments in Prognostic Ocean Modeling / W. R. Holland and A. Capotondi
  • Oceanographic Data for Parameter Estimation / N. G. Hogg
  • A Case Study of the Effects of Errors in Satellite Altimetry on Data Assimilation / L. L. Fu and I. Fukumori
  • Ocean Acoustic Tomography: Integral Data and Ocean Models / B. D. Cornuelle and P. F. Worcester
  • Combining Data and a Global Primitive Equation Ocean General Circulation Model using the Adjoint Method / Z. Sirkes, E. Tziperman and W. C. Thacker
  • Data Assimilation Methods for Ocean Tides / G. D. Egbert and A. F. Bennett
  • Global Ocean Data Assimilation System / A. Rosati, R. Gudgel and K. Miyakoda
  • Tropical Data Assimilation: Theoretical Aspects / R. N. Miller and M. A. Cane
  • Data Assimilation in Support of Tropical Ocean Circulation Studies / A. J. Busalacchi --
  • Ocean Data Assimilation as a Component of a Climate Forecast System / A. Leetmaa and M. Ji
  • A Methodology for the Construction of a Hierarchy of Kalman Filters for Nonlinear Primitive Equation Models / P. Malanotte-Rizzoli, I. Fukumori and R. E. Young
  • Data Assimilation in a North Pacific Ocean Monitoring and Prediction System / M. R. Carnes, D. N. Fox, R. C. Rhodes and O. M. Smedstad
  • Towards an Operational Nowcast/Forecast System for the U.S. East Coast / F. Aikman III, G. L. Mellor, T. Ezer, D. Sheinin, P. Chen, L. Breaker and D. B. Rao
  • Real-time Regional Forecasting / A. R. Robinson, H. G. Arango, A. Warn-Varnas, W. Leslie, A. J. Miller, P. J. Haley and C. J. Lozano
  • An Interdisciplinary Ocean Prediction System: Assimilation Strategies and Structured Data Models / C. J. Lozano, A. R. Robinson, H. G. Arango, A. Gangopadhyay, Q. Sloan, P. J. Haley, L. Anderson and W. Leslie.
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