Peter R. Oke mostly deals with Data assimilation, Climatology, Covariance, Ensemble Kalman filter and Sea surface temperature. Data assimilation is a subfield of Meteorology that Peter R. Oke tackles. His work in the fields of Ocean current, Antarctic Intermediate Water and Antarctic oscillation overlaps with other areas such as Ocean general circulation model.
He interconnects Salinity and Sea level in the investigation of issues within Sea surface temperature. Peter R. Oke has researched Sea level in several fields, including Continental shelf, Water mass, Climate change and Shore. His work is dedicated to discovering how Mesoscale meteorology, Boundary current are connected with Plankton and other disciplines.
His primary areas of study are Climatology, Data assimilation, Meteorology, Oceanography and Argo. His work in the fields of Climatology, such as Sea surface temperature, Ocean current and Ocean heat content, overlaps with other areas such as Ocean general circulation model. Peter R. Oke usually deals with Sea surface temperature and limits it to topics linked to Sea level and Plankton.
His work carried out in the field of Data assimilation brings together such families of science as Kalman filter, Covariance, Ocean observations and Systems engineering. His work investigates the relationship between Meteorology and topics such as Spatial variability that intersect with problems in Errors-in-variables models. His study in Boundary current is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Forcing, Water mass, Pacific decadal oscillation and Front.
Peter R. Oke focuses on Data assimilation, Ocean observations, Ocean current, Systems engineering and Climatology. His Data assimilation study incorporates themes from Observational study and Atmospheric sciences. His Ocean observations research is classified as research in Meteorology.
The subject of his Ocean current research is within the realm of Oceanography. The study incorporates disciplines such as Salinity and Temperature salinity diagrams in addition to Climatology. His Continental shelf research includes themes of Submarine pipeline and Boundary current.
Peter R. Oke mainly focuses on Systems engineering, Underwater glider, Ocean observations, Observational study and Altimeter. His Systems engineering research incorporates themes from Sea surface temperature, Data management and Argo. His research integrates issues of Ocean current and Data collection in his study of Underwater glider.
Many of his studies on Ocean observations apply to Environmental resource management as well. His Observational study research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Reliability, Data assimilation and Robustness.
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The Bluelink ocean data assimilation system (BODAS)
Peter R. Oke;Gary B. Brassington;David A. Griffin;Andreas Schiller.
Ocean Modelling (2008)
TOPAZ4: an ocean-sea ice data assimilation system for the North Atlantic and Arctic
P. Sakov;P. Sakov;F. Counillon;F. Counillon;L. Bertino;L. Bertino;K. A. Lisæter.
Ocean Science (2012)
A deterministic formulation of the ensemble Kalman filter: an alternative to ensemble square root filters
Pavel Sakov;Peter R. Oke.
Tellus A (2008)
Assimilation of surface velocity data into a primitive equation coastal ocean model
Peter R. Oke;Peter R. Oke;J. S. Allen;Robert N. Miller;Gary D. Egbert.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2002)
The strengthening East Australian Current, its eddies and biological effects — an introduction and overview
Iain M. Suthers;Jock W. Young;Mark E. Baird;Moninya Roughan.
Deep-sea Research Part Ii-topical Studies in Oceanography (2011)
Ensemble data assimilation for an eddy-resolving ocean model of the Australian region
P. R. Oke;A. Schiller;D. A. Griffin;G. B. Brassington.
Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society (2005)
Eddy-resolving ocean circulation in the Asian Australian region inferred from an ocean reanalysis effort
A. Schiller;P.R. Oke;G. Brassington;M. Entel.
Progress in Oceanography (2008)
Implications of the Form of the Ensemble Transformation in the Ensemble Square Root Filters
Pavel Sakov;Peter R. Oke.
Monthly Weather Review (2008)
Oceanic Response to Changes in the Latitude of the Southern Hemisphere Subpolar Westerly Winds
Peter R. Oke;Matthew H. England.
Journal of Climate (2004)
Impacts of localisation in the EnKF and EnOI: experiments with a small model
Peter R. Oke;Pavel Sakov;Stuart P. Corney.
Ocean Dynamics (2007)
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