List of Publications demonstrating various applications of the forecasts from WAVEWATCHIII and their accuracies.

  1. Remya P G, Rabi Ranjan T, Sirisha P, R Harikumar, T M Balakrishnan Nair, 2020, Indian Ocean Wave Forecasting System for wind waves: Development and its substantial verification. Journal of operational oceanography, doi: 10.1080/1755876X.2020.1771811
  2. Seemanth M, Remya P.G., Suchandra A Bhowmick, Rashmi Sharma, T.M. Balakrishnan Nair, Raj Kumar and Arun Chakraborty, 2021, Implementation of altimeter data assimilation on a regional wave forecasting system and its impact on wave and swell surge forecast in the Indian Ocean, Ocean Engineering
  3. Sreejith, M., P. G., Remya., Kumar, B.P. et al. Exploring the impact of southern ocean sea ice on the Indian Ocean swells. Scientific Reports (Nature), 12, 12360 (2022).
  4. Raj, A., Kumar, B.P., Remya, P.G. et al. Assessment of the forecasting potential of WAVEWATCH III model under different Indian Ocean wave conditions. J Earth Syst Sci 132, 32 (2023).
  5. Remya, P. G., Vishnu, S., Praveen Kumar, B., Balakrishnan Nair, T. M., and Rohith, B. (2016), Teleconnection between the North Indian Ocean high swell events and meteorological conditions over the Southern Indian Ocean, J. Geophys. Res. Oceans, 121, 7476-7494, doi:10.1002/2016JC011723.
  6. Ramakrishnan, R., Remya, P.G., Mandal, A. et al. Wave induced coastal flooding along the southwest coast of India during tropical cyclone Tauktae. Sci Rep 12, 19966 (2022).
  7. Sirisha, P., Remya, P.G., Srinivas, K. et al. Wave modulations in the Indian coastal area due to wave-tide interactions. J Earth Syst Sci 132, 17 (2023).

List of Publications demonstrating various applications of the forecasts from HYCOM-OGCM and their accuracies.

  1. A Report on implementation of operational Global and Indian Ocean HYCOM at INCOIS. Sudheer Joseph, Srinivasu U.,Vijay P., Aswanth Srinivasan & Siva Reddy S (2018), ESSO-INCOIS-CSG-TR-01 (2018)
  2. Surface and Sub-surface Ocean Response to Tropical Cyclone Phailin: Role of Pre-existing Oceanic Features, Lingala Jyothi, Sudheer Joseph, Suneetha P., 2019, Journal of Geophysical Research, 124, 6515–6530.
  3. Forecasting Tropical Cyclones in the Indian Ocean: A HYCOM-HWRF coupled system, Sudheer Joseph, A Srivastava, A K Das, A Sharma, A Mehra, Hyun-Sook Kim, D Iredell, S Gopalkrishnan, K J Ramesh, M Mohapatra, S S C Shenoi & M Rajeevan 2020, Geography and You, 20(6-7): 48-53
  4. Comparative performance of HWRF model coupled with POM and HYCOM for tropical cyclones over North Indian Ocean, Ananda Kumar Das, Arun Sharma, Sudheer Joseph, Akhil Srivastava and D.R. Patnaik, January 2021, Mausam 72(1):147-166.,HYCOM%20for%20longer%20lead%20period.
  5. Simulating the spatial and temporal distribution of oil spill over the coral reef environs along the southeast coast of Mauritius: A case study on MV Wakashio vessel wreckage, August 2020, Prasad, S., Nair, T., Joseph, S. and Mohanty, P. (2022), Journal of Earth System Science 131(1), 1-10
  6. Impacts of sea-surface temperatures on rapid intensification and mature phases of super cyclone Amphan-2020, Vishwakarma, V., Patnaik, S., Chakraborty, T., Joseph, S. and Mitra, A. (2022), Journal of Earth System Science 131(1), 1-21.
  7. Evaluation of mixing schemes in the HYbrid Coordinate Ocean Model (HYCOM) in the tropical Indian Ocean, Vijay Pottapinjara and Sudheer Joseph, 72, 341-359, 2022 Ocean Dynamics.
  8. Distinct Oceanic Responses at Rapidly Intensified and Weakened Regimes of Tropical Cyclone Ockhi (2017), Lingala Jyothi, Sudheer Joseph, Lijo Abraham Joseph, Suneetha P, Matthew Huber (2022), Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans, 127,
  9. A combined numerical and neural technique for short term prediction of ocean currents in the Indian Ocean. Dauji Saha, MC. Deo, Sudheer Joseph and Kapilesh Bhargava. Environmental Systems Research, Vol. 5, No.1, pages: 4, 2016


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