Ocean Modelling

(The H4-Index of Ocean Modelling is 18. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-07-01 to 2024-07-01.)
Predicting Lake Erie wave heights and periods using XGBoost and LSTM52
Assimilation of significant wave height from distributed ocean wave sensors44
Compounding factors for extreme flooding around Galveston Bay during Hurricane Harvey42
On the interplay between horizontal resolution and wave drag and their effect on tidal baroclinic mode waves in realistic global ocean simulations33
A global wave parameter database for geophysical applications. Part 3: Improved forcing and spectral resolution29
A deep learning approach to predict significant wave height using long short-term memory27
The sensitivity of a depth-coordinate model to diapycnal mixing induced by practical implementations of the isopycnal tracer diffusion scheme26
Modelling wave growth in narrow fetch geometries: The white-capping and wind input formulations24
A synthesis of thermodynamic ablation at ice–ocean interfaces from theory, observations and models24
Performance assessment of Tsunami-HySEA model for NTHMP tsunami currents benchmarking. Field cases23
The wave climate of Bass Strait and South-East Australia22
Investigating the impact of atmosphere–wave–ocean interactions on a Mediterranean tropical-like cyclone22
The contribution of short-wave breaking to storm surges: The case Klaus in the Southern Bay of Biscay22
Numerical modelling of hydraulic control, solitary waves and primary instabilities in the Strait of Gibraltar22
Validation and inter-comparison of models for landslide tsunami generation21
Adjoint estimation and interpretation of spatially varying bottom friction coefficients of the 20
Three-dimensional time-optimal path planning in the ocean20
Submesoscale current effects on surface waves19
A multivariate, stochastic, climate-based wave emulator for shoreline change modelling18