A new methodology for the extension of the impact of data assimilation on ocean wave prediction
Chu, Peter C.
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A new methodology for the extension of the impact of data assimilation on ocean wave prediction wave height forecasts using the wave model WAM and six different buoys as observational stations. The results were encouraging and led to the extension of the assimilation impact to the entire forecasting period as well as to a significant reduction of the forecast bias.
Ocean Dynamics, 59, 523-535The article of record as published may be located at http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10236-009-0191-8
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