The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Data assimilation, Meteorology, Climatology, Kalman filter and Ocean current. His work on Meteorological reanalysis as part of general Data assimilation study is frequently linked to Context, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Hydrography and Temperature salinity diagrams.
His Climatology research incorporates themes from Assimilation, Altimeter and Mediterranean sea. His research on Kalman filter focuses in particular on Ensemble Kalman filter. In his research, Library science is intimately related to Sea surface temperature, which falls under the overarching field of Hindcast.
Pierre Brasseur mainly focuses on Data assimilation, Climatology, Meteorology, Oceanography and Kalman filter. The Data assimilation study combines topics in areas such as Ensemble Kalman filter, Extended Kalman filter, Ocean current, Altimeter and Algorithm. Pierre Brasseur has included themes like Assimilation and Mediterranean sea in his Climatology study.
His Meteorology study incorporates themes from Remote sensing, Probabilistic logic, Mercator projection and Temperature salinity diagrams. His work on General Circulation Model as part of general Oceanography study is frequently connected to Context, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them. His work deals with themes such as Covariance matrix and Reduced order, which intersect with Kalman filter.
His primary scientific interests are in Climatology, Meteorology, Data assimilation, Probabilistic logic and Ensemble Kalman filter. Pierre Brasseur combines subjects such as Scale, Statistical model, Mediterranean climate, Mediterranean sea and Oceanography with his study of Climatology. Pierre Brasseur works mostly in the field of Meteorology, limiting it down to concerns involving Ocean current and, occasionally, Drifter.
Pierre Brasseur undertakes multidisciplinary studies into Data assimilation and Particle filter in his work. His Probabilistic logic research includes themes of Kalman filter, Argo, Multivariate statistics and Biogeochemical cycle. His Ensemble Kalman filter research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Assimilation, Algorithm and Random variable.
His primary areas of investigation include Data assimilation, Meteorology, Climatology, Altimeter and Context. In his study, Deterministic simulation is strongly linked to Probabilistic logic, which falls under the umbrella field of Data assimilation. In the subject of general Meteorology, his work in Operational oceanography and Ocean forecasting is often linked to Product, Scientific development and Energy resources, thereby combining diverse domains of study.
His Climatology research incorporates elements of Assimilation, Covariance, Filter and Statistical model. His study explores the link between Statistical model and topics such as Kalman filter that cross with problems in Ocean current. His study in Altimeter is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Reliability, Observational study, Systems engineering and Robustness.
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Seasonal temperature and salinity fields in the Mediterranean Sea: Climatological analyses of a historical data set
P. Brasseur;Jean-Marie Beckers;J. M. Brankart;R. Schoenauen.
Deep-Sea Research. Part I, Oceanographic Research Papers (1996)
Generation of analysis and consistent error fields using the Data Interpolating Variational Analysis (Diva)
C. Troupin;A. Barth;D. Sirjacobs;M. Ouberdous.
Ocean Modelling (2012)
A demonstration of ensemble-based assimilation methods with a layered OGCM from the perspective of operational ocean forecasting systems
K. Brusdal;Jean-Michel Brankart;G. Halberstadt;Geir Evensen.
Journal of Marine Systems (2003)
Assimilation of altimetric data in the mid-latitude oceans using the Singular Evolutive Extended Kalman filter with an eddy-resolving, primitive equation model
P Brasseur;J Ballabrera-Poy;J Verron.
Journal of Marine Systems (1999)
Ocean Data Assimilation Systems for GODAE
Jeannie Telisha Cummings;Laurent Bertino;Pierre Brasseur;Ichiro Fukumori.
The SEEK filter method for data assimilation in oceanography: a synthesis
Pierre Brasseur;Jacques Verron.
Ocean Dynamics (2006)
Integrating Biogeochemistry and Ecology Into Ocean Data Assimilation Systems
Pierre Brasseur;Nicolas Gruber;Rosa Barciela;Keith Brander.
The general circulation in the Mediterranean Sea: a climatological approach
J.M. Brankart;P. Brasseur.
Journal of Marine Systems (1998)
Assimilation of sea-surface temperature and altimetric observations during 1992–1993 into an eddy permitting primitive equation model of the North Atlantic Ocean
Charles-Emmanuel Testut;Pierre Brasseur;Jean-Michel Brankart;Jacques Verron.
Journal of Marine Systems (2003)
Data Assimilation for marine monitoring and prediction : The MERCATOR operational assimilation systems and the MERSEA developments
Pierre Brasseur;P. Bahurel;L. Bertino;F. Birol.
Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society (2005)
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