Recent Submissions

  • The meteorology of the exceptional winter of 2015/2016 across the UK and Ireland 

    McCarthy, Mark; Spillane, Sandra; Walsh, Séamus; Kendon, Michael (united kingdom, 2016-12)
    Weather, 71, no.12, 2016
  • Met Éireann High Resolution Reanalysis for Ireland 

    Whelan, Eoin; Gleeson, Emily (Office of Public Works, ireland, 2016)
    Proceedings National Hydrology Conference, 2016
    Met Éireann is currently running a 35-year very high resolution climate reanalysis for Ireland, called MÉRA, using the HARMONIE-AROME numerical weather prediction model. This dataset is the first of its kind in Ireland ...
  • Spatial Bayesian hierarchical modelling of extreme sea states 

    Clancy, Colm; O'Sullivan, John; Sweeney, Conor; Dias, Frédéric; Parnell, Andrew C. (ireland, 2016)
    Ocean Modelling, 107, 2016
    A Bayesian hierarchical framework is used to model extreme sea states, incorporating a latent spatial process to more e ffectively capture the spatial variation of the extremes. The model is applied to a 34-year hindcast ...
  • Weather Presentation and Delivery – What Is the Value of This and How Can We Measure It? 

    Fleming, Gerald (World Meteorological Organisation, switzerland, 2012)
    Proceedings of the WMO Regional Association VI (Europe) Conference on Social and Economic Benefits of Weather, Climate and Water Services,
    Introduction: It has always been clear that weather information has a value, and the improvements in meteorological science over recent decades have enabled forecasts of longer range and greater certainty, ...
  • A Mesoscale Regional Reanalysis for Ireland 

    Whelan, Eoin; Gleeson, Emily (ALADIN, france, 2016)
    ALADIN-HIRLAM Newsletter, 7, 2016
    Introduction: Climate reanalyses are an important source of information for monitoring climate as well as for the validation and calibration of numerical weather prediction models. MÉRA (Met Éireann ReAnalysis) is a 35-year ...

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