2023 - Research.com Environmental Sciences in Australia Leader Award
Ian R. Young spends much of his time researching Wind wave, Meteorology, Wind speed, Breaking wave and Wave height. His Wind wave research includes elements of Computational physics, Wavenumber, Surface wave, Swell and Waves and shallow water. His Meteorology study combines topics in areas such as Mechanics and Fetch.
His research integrates issues of Wind stress and Drag in his study of Wind speed. The concepts of his Breaking wave study are interwoven with issues in Reef and Range. Ian R. Young has included themes like Altimeter and Significant wave height in his Wave height study.
His primary areas of investigation include Wind wave, Meteorology, Wind speed, Altimeter and Wave height. His Wind wave study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Climatology, Surface wave, Mechanics, Swell and Breaking wave. His Breaking wave study deals with Attenuation intersecting with Oceanography.
His studies deal with areas such as Sea state and Fetch as well as Meteorology. His research in Wind speed focuses on subjects like Significant wave height, which are connected to Wave model and Data assimilation. His Buoy research extends to the thematically linked field of Altimeter.
His main research concerns Wind speed, Climatology, Altimeter, Wind wave and Buoy. Wind speed is a subfield of Meteorology that he explores. The Climatology study combines topics in areas such as Wave climate, Climate change, Wave model and Significant wave height.
His work deals with themes such as Metocean and Sea state, which intersect with Altimeter. His studies in Wind wave integrate themes in fields like Submarine pipeline, Fetch, Sea level rise, Swell and Breaking wave. His study looks at the relationship between Buoy and topics such as Remote sensing, which overlap with Cross-validation.
Wind wave, Wind speed, Altimeter, Buoy and Significant wave height are his primary areas of study. The various areas that Ian R. Young examines in his Wind wave study include Wave model, Climatology and Swell. His Swell research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Breaking wave and Mechanics.
His Wind speed study is associated with Meteorology. His Meteorology research incorporates themes from Parametric statistics, Parametric model, Surface wave and Fetch. The study incorporates disciplines such as Radiometer and Wave height in addition to Altimeter.
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Global Trends in Wind Speed and Wave Height
Ian Young;S Zieger;Alexander Babanin.
Wind Generated Ocean Waves
Ian R. young.
A three-dimensional analysis of marine radar images for the determination of ocean wave directionality and surface currents
Ian R. Young;W. Rosenthal;F. Ziemer.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1985)
Wave Modelling - The State of the Art
L. Cavaleri;Jose H. G. M. Alves;F. Ardhuin;Alexander V. Babanin.
Progress in Oceanography (2007)
Seasonal variability of the global ocean wind and wave climate
International Journal of Climatology (1999)
The growth of fetch limited waves in water of finite depth. Part 1. Total energy and peak frequency
I.R. Young;L.A. Verhagen.
Coastal Engineering (1996)
Multiplatform evaluation of global trends in wind speed and wave height
Ian R. Young;Agustinus Ribal;Agustinus Ribal.
Breaking Probability for Dominant Waves on the Sea Surface
Michael L. Banner;Alexander V. Babanin;I. A. N. R. Young.
Journal of Physical Oceanography (2000)
Wave-Follower Field Measurements of the Wind-Input Spectral Function. Part II: Parameterization of the Wind Input
Mark A. Donelan;Alexander V. Babanin;Ian R. Young;Michael L. Banner.
Journal of Physical Oceanography (2006)
Wave-driven flow over shallow reefs
Graham Symonds;Kerry P. Black;Ian R. Young.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1995)
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