Philip L. Woodworth mainly investigates Sea level, Climatology, Tide gauge, Climate change and Oceanography. His studies in Sea level integrate themes in fields like Altimeter, Geodetic datum, Secular variation and Forcing. His Climatology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Trend surface analysis, Atmosphere, Storm surge, Continental shelf and Ice sheet.
His Tide gauge course of study focuses on Ocean tide and Global Positioning System. In his study, Mechanics is inextricably linked to Ocean current, which falls within the broad field of Climate change. His work on Global change, Sea level rise and Storm as part of general Oceanography research is frequently linked to Population and Urbanization, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science.
Philip L. Woodworth spends much of his time researching Sea level, Oceanography, Tide gauge, Climatology and Climate change. Philip L. Woodworth focuses mostly in the field of Sea level, narrowing it down to matters related to Geodetic datum and, in some cases, Ocean surface topography. His study in Oceanography focuses on Ocean tide, North Atlantic oscillation, Seiche, Thermohaline circulation and North sea.
As part of the same scientific family, Philip L. Woodworth usually focuses on Tide gauge, concentrating on Meteorology and intersecting with Remote sensing. In general Climatology study, his work on Barotropic fluid often relates to the realm of Period, thereby connecting several areas of interest. His research in Climate change intersects with topics in Ocean heat content and Future sea level.
Philip L. Woodworth mostly deals with Sea level, Tide gauge, Oceanography, Geodesy and Climatology. The study incorporates disciplines such as Climate change, Sea level rise, Seiche and Ice sheet in addition to Sea level. His work carried out in the field of Tide gauge brings together such families of science as Ocean tide, Geodetic datum and Levelling.
His work on Storm surge, North sea and Stratification is typically connected to Spatial ecology as part of general Oceanography study, connecting several disciplines of science. Many of his research projects under Geodesy are closely connected to Volume, Terrestrial reference frame and Space with Volume, Terrestrial reference frame and Space, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. In his research, Climate pattern is intimately related to Coastal engineering, which falls under the overarching field of Climatology.
His primary areas of investigation include Sea level, Tide gauge, Oceanography, Climatology and Geodetic datum. He interconnects Sea state, Climate change, Shore and Ice sheet in the investigation of issues within Sea level. The various areas that Philip L. Woodworth examines in his Tide gauge study include Deep sea, Submarine pipeline and Bay.
His work on Storm surge as part of general Oceanography study is frequently linked to Coastal zone, Space and Spatial ecology, bridging the gap between disciplines. His Climatology study incorporates themes from Flood myth, Return period, Extreme events and Coastal engineering. Philip L. Woodworth has included themes like Current, Global and Planetary Change, Levelling and Data assimilation in his Geodetic datum study.
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Changes in Sea Level
J. A. Church;J. M. Gregory;Philippe Huybrechts;M. Kuhn.
EPIC3, in: J.T Houghton, Y. Ding, D.J. Griggs, M. Noguer, P.J. Van der Linden, X. Dai, K. Maskell, and C.A. Johnson (eds.): Climate Change 2001: The Scientific Basis: Contribution of Working Group I to the Third Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel, pp. 639-694 (2001)
R. Player. . The Permanent Service for Mean Sea Level: An update to the 21st century.
P. L. Woodworth;R. Player.
Journal of Coastal Research (2003)
Recent Global Sea Level Acceleration Started Over 200 Years Ago
Svetlana Jevrejeva;J. Moore;J. Moore;A. Grinsted;P. Woodworth.
Geophysical Research Letters (2008)
New Data Systems and Products at the Permanent Service for Mean Sea Level
Simon J. Holgate;Andrew Matthews;Philip L. Woodworth;Lesley J. Rickards.
Journal of Coastal Research (2013)
Changes in extreme high water levels based on a quasi‐global tide‐gauge data set
Melisa Menéndez;Philip L. Woodworth.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2010)
Evidence for enhanced coastal sea level rise during the 1990s
S. J. Holgate;P. L. Woodworth.
Geophysical Research Letters (2004)
Accuracy assessment of recent ocean tide models
C. K. Shum;P. L. Woodworth;O. B. Andersen;Gary D. Egbert.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1997)
Understanding global sea levels: past, present and future
John A. Church;John A. Church;Neil J. White;Neil J. White;Thorkild Aarup;W. Stanley Wilson.
Sustainability Science (2008)
A search for accelerations in records of European mean sea level
P. L. Woodworth.
International Journal of Climatology (1990)
Evidence for the accelerations of sea level on multi-decade and century timescales.
P. L. Woodworth;N. J. White;N. J. White;S. Jevrejeva;S. J. Holgate.
International Journal of Climatology (2009)
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