Predictability in Earth Sciences
Predictability in Earth Sciences
Editor(s): Z. Toth, O. Talagrand, S. Vannitsem, and G. Balint

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01 Jul 2008
Controlling instabilities along a 3DVar analysis cycle by assimilating in the unstable subspace: a comparison with the EnKF
A. Carrassi, A. Trevisan, L. Descamps, O. Talagrand, and F. Uboldi
Nonlin. Processes Geophys., 15, 503–521,,, 2008
16 Apr 2008
How does the quality of a prediction depend on the magnitude of the events under study?
S. Hallerberg and H. Kantz
Nonlin. Processes Geophys., 15, 321–331,,, 2008
27 Mar 2008
A nudging-based data assimilation method: the Back and Forth Nudging (BFN) algorithm
D. Auroux and J. Blum
Nonlin. Processes Geophys., 15, 305–319,,, 2008
19 Mar 2008
Combination of different types of ensembles for the adaptive simulation of probabilistic flood forecasts: hindcasts for the Mulde 2002 extreme event
J. Dietrich, S. Trepte, Y. Wang, A. H. Schumann, F. Voß, F. B. Hesser, and M. Denhard
Nonlin. Processes Geophys., 15, 275–286,,, 2008
18 Feb 2008
Inverse modelling of atmospheric tracers: non-Gaussian methods and second-order sensitivity analysis
M. Bocquet
Nonlin. Processes Geophys., 15, 127–143,,, 2008
08 Feb 2008
An update on THORPEX-related research in data assimilation and observing strategies
F. Rabier, P. Gauthier, C. Cardinali, R. Langland, M. Tsyrulnikov, A. Lorenc, P. Steinle, R. Gelaro, and K. Koizumi
Nonlin. Processes Geophys., 15, 81–94,,, 2008
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