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by Pierre P. Brasseur,Jacques C. J. Nihoul

Download Data Assimilation: Tools for Modelling the Ocean in a Global Change Perspective (Nato Asi Series. Series I, Global Environmental Change ; Vol. 19) ePub
  • ISBN 0387579095
  • ISBN13 978-0387579092
  • Language English
  • Author Pierre P. Brasseur,Jacques C. J. Nihoul
  • Publisher Springer-Verlag (July 1994)
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Data assimilation is considered a key component of numerical ocean model development and new data acquisition strategies. The basic concept of data assimilation is to combine real observations via estimation theory with dynamic models. Related methodologies exist in meteorology, geophysics and engineering. Of growing importance in physical oceanography, data assimilation can also be exploited in biological and chemical oceanography. Such techniques are now recognized as essential to understand the role of the ocean in a global change perspective. The book focuses on data processing algorithms for assimilation, current methods for the assimilation of biogeochemical data, strategy of model development, and the design of observational data for assimilation.

Data assimilation is considered a key component of numerical ocean model development . Perspectives on Advanced Data Assimilation in Strongly Nonlinear Systems.

Data assimilation is considered a key component of numerical ocean model development and new data acquisition strategies. The basic concept of data assimilation is to combine real observations via estimation theory with dynamic models. price for USA in USD (gross). Using Adjoint Models for Stability and Predictability Analysis.

Data assimilation is considered a key component of numerical ocean model development and new data . Such techniques are now recognized as essential to understand the role of the ocean in a global change perspective. Related methodologies exist in meteorology, geophysics and engineering. The book focuses on data processing algorithms for assimilation, current methods for the assimilation of biogeochemical data, strategy of model development, and the design of observational data for assimilation.

Such techniques are now recognized as essential to understand the role of the ocean in a global change perspective.

The basic concept of data assimilation is to combine real observations via estimation theory with dynamic models.

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Includes bibliographical references and index. 5 PREFACE Data Assimilation is considered as a key component of numerical ocean model development and new data acquisition strategies. The basic concept of data assimilation is to combine real observations (generally sparse and noisy) via estimation theory (involving statistics) with dynamical models.

Data dissimilation: tools for modelling the ocean in a global change perspective. Series I: Global Environ. Finally, the last chapter presents an example of interdisciplinary modeling with data assimilation components.

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In : Environmental Modeling, vol. I, P. Zannetti (e., Computational Mechanics Publ. Ashurst, Hants, England, 75-140. Modelling the general circulation of shelf seas by 3D k-ε models.

Data Assimilation: Tools for Modelling the Ocean in a Global Change Perspective. In NATO ASI Series, Series I: Global Environmental Change, Vol. 19, 239 pp. Egbert, . TOPEX/POSEIDON Tides Estimated Using a Global Inverse Model. Re. 24, 821-24, 852. Pierre P. Brassenr, Jacques . Madden et al. 39. Modern approaches to data assimilation in ocean modeling. 40. Multivariate statistical methods. 20. Decadal climate variability: dynamics and perditability. Anderson et al. 21. Dynamics and modelling of ocean waves.

Nihoul, eds, 1994, Data assimilation: tools for modelling the ocean in a global change perspective, Vol. 19, NATO Advanced Science Institutes Series I, Springer for Science, Ijmuiden, Netherlands, 253 pp. Capella, . Ross, 1992, Models of the early life history of Euphausia superba-Part II.