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First 3212 results for ” H.W. van den Brink ”

  1. An ensemble study of extreme North Sea storm surges in a changing climate

    The height of storm surges is extremely important for a low-lying country like the Netherlands. B...

    A Sterl, H van den Brink, H de Vries, RJ Haarsma, E van Meijgaard | Journal: Ocean Science Disc. | Volume: 6 | Year: 2009 | First page: 1131 | Last page: 1159

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  2. Stormklimaat en hoogwaters

    Aangedreven door widnen uit het ESSENCE ensemble (17 klimaat runs) wordt met het waterstandsmodel...

    A Sterl, H van den Brink, R Haarsma, H de Vries, E van Meijgaard | Journal: Meteorologica | Volume: 18 | Year: 2009 | First page: 10 | Last page: 11

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  3. Composite hodographs and inertial oscillations in the nocturnal boundary layer.

    In this work the dynamic behaviour of the wind in the nocturnal boundary layer is studied, with a...

    P Baas, BJH van de Wiel, L van den Brink, AAM Holtslag | Status: accepted | Journal: Quart. J. Royal Meteor. Soc. | Year: 2011 | doi: DOI:10.1002/qj.941

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  4. Extreme storm surge modelling in the North Sea: The role of the sea-state, forcing frequency and spatial forcing resolution

    This study shows that storm surge model performance in the North Sea is mostly unaffected by the ...

    NN Ridder, H de Vries, SS Drijfhout, HW van den Brink, E van Meijgaard, JW de Vries | Status: accepted | Journal: Ocean Dynamics | Volume: 68 | Year: 2018 | First page: 255 | Last page: 272 | doi: 10.1007/s10236-018-1133-0

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  5. Drier Mediterranean Soils due to Greenhouse Warming bring easterly Winds over Summertime Central Europe

    Western European summers become more continental in simulations for the 21st century. Anomalously...

    RJ Haarsma, FM Selten, BJJM van den Hurk, W Hazeleger, X Wang | Status: published | Journal: Geophys. Res. Lett. | Volume: 36 | Year: 2009 | First page: L04705 | doi: 10.1029/2008GL036617

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