Data assimilation

2000
Ghil, Michael. 2000. “The essence of data assimilation or why combine data with models.” Proc. 3rd WMO Intl Symp. Assimilation of Observations in Meteorology & Oceanography, 1–4.
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1997
Ide, Kay, Phillippe Courtier, Michael Ghil, and Andrew C. Lorenz. 1997. “Unified Notation for Data Assimilation: Operational, Sequential and Variational.” Journal of Meteorological Society of Japan 75 (1B): 181–189.
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1994
Miller, Robert N., Michael Ghil, and François Gauthiez. 1994. “Advanced Data Assimilation in Strongly Nonlinear Dynamical Systems.” Journal of Atmospheric Sciences 51: 1037–1056.
1991
Ghil, Michael, and Paola Malanotte-Rizzoli. 1991. “Data assimilation in meteorology and oceanography.” Advances in Geophysics 33. Elsevier: 141–266.
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1989
Ghil, Michael. 1989. “Meteorological data assimilation for oceanographers. Part I: Description and theoretical framework.” Dynamics of Atmospheres and Oceans 13 (3-4). Elsevier: 171–218.
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1981
Ghil, Michael, S. Cohn, John Tavantzis, K. Bube, and Eugene Isaacson. 1981. “Applications of estimation theory to numerical weather prediction.” Dynamic meteorology: Data assimilation methods, 139–224. Springer.
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Ghil, Michael, J. Tavantzis S. Coho, K. Bube, and E. Isaacson. 1981. “Dynamic Meteorology: Data Assimilation Methods.” Applied Mathematical Sciences, edited by L. Bengtsson, Michael Ghil, and E. Källén, Dynamic Meteorology - Data Assimilation Methods, 36: 139–224. Springer-Verlag.

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