Author: Harpham, Q.

Number of items: 7.

A Bayesian method for improving probabilistic wave forecasts by weighting ensemble members.
Harpham, Q.and Tozer, N. and Cleverley, P. and Wyncoll, D. and Cresswell, D.
Environmental Modelling & Software, 84 . pp. 482-493. (2016)

An ECOOP web portal for visualising and comparing distributed coastal oceanography model and in situ data.
Gemmell, A.L.and Barciela, R.M. and Blower, J.D. and Haines, K. and Harpham, Q. and Millard, T.K. and Price, M.R. and Saulter, A.
Ocean Science, 7 . pp. 445-454. (2011)

From integration to fusion: the challenges ahead.
Sutherland, J.and Townend, I.H. and Harpham, Q. and Pearce, G.R.
Integrated Environmental Modelling to Solve Real World Problems: Methods, Visions and Challenges, Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 408 . (2014)

MarineXML – Have we achieved pre standardisation?
Millard, T.K.and Atkinson, R. and Woolf, A. and Lowry, R. and Haaring, P. and Hernandez, F. and Hamre, T. and Pillich, D. and Bothien, H. and Vanden Berghe, W. and Johnson, I. and Matthews, B. and Dahlin, H. and Flemming , N. and Vladymyrov, V. and Meckenzie, B. and Edwards, A. and van der Hoeven, W. and Harpham, Q. and Ross, G. and Petersson, S.
In: 4th International Conference on EuroGOOS, 6-9 June 2005, Brest, France. (2006)

Open data from physical model tests: Lessons learned from related initiatives.
Sutherland, J.and Awre, C. and Malvarez, G. and Van Gils, A. and Harpham, Q.
In: 37th IAHR World Congress, 13-18 August 2017, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. (2017)

Towards standard metadata to support models and interfaces in an hydro-meteorological model chain.
Harpham, Q.and Danovaro, E.
Journal of Hydroinformatics . (Submitted)

Using OpenMI and a Model MAP to integrate WaterML2 and NetCDF data sources into flood modelling of Genoa, Italy.
Harpham, Q.and Lhomme, J. and Parodi, A. and Fiori, E. and Jagers, B. and Galizia, A.
Journal of the American water resources association, 52 (4). pp. 933-949. (2016)

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