Robert A. Holman spends much of his time researching Meteorology, Shore, Swash, Shoal and Remote sensing. Robert A. Holman combines subjects such as Elevation, Plage and Geodesy with his study of Meteorology. His Geodesy research incorporates themes from Wavelength, Range and Wave setup.
His work carried out in the field of Swash brings together such families of science as Soil science, Sediment transport, Wave height, Hydrology and Breaking wave. The Shoal study combines topics in areas such as Bar, Field and Flexibility. His Remote sensing research includes elements of Sampling, Ground truth, Drifter and Calibration.
Robert A. Holman mostly deals with Surf zone, Bathymetry, Remote sensing, Meteorology and Shore. The study incorporates disciplines such as Submarine pipeline, Wave setup, Amplitude, Seismology and Breaking wave in addition to Surf zone. The various areas that Robert A. Holman examines in his Submarine pipeline study include Shoal and Atmospheric sciences.
His study focuses on the intersection of Shoal and fields such as Geodesy with connections in the field of Swash. His work on Remote sensing as part of general Remote sensing research is frequently linked to Argus and Image processing, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. He has included themes like Elevation, Bar, Beach morphodynamics and Plage in his Meteorology study.
His primary areas of study are Bathymetry, Oceanography, Surf zone, Meteorology and Shore. His research in Bathymetry intersects with topics in Geodesy, Inversion, Ground truth, Remote sensing and Data assimilation. His research in Geodesy intersects with topics in Scale, Structural basin and Shoal.
Robert A. Holman works mostly in the field of Ground truth, limiting it down to topics relating to Algorithm and, in certain cases, Swash, as a part of the same area of interest. His work on Storm, Submarine pipeline and Inlet as part of general Oceanography study is frequently linked to Delta, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science. The concepts of his Meteorology study are interwoven with issues in Pixel and Flow.
Bathymetry, Remote sensing, Shore, Data assimilation and Surf zone are his primary areas of study. The Bathymetry study combines topics in areas such as Algorithm, Surface wave, Ocean current and Velocity factor. He incorporates Remote sensing and Argus in his studies.
His Shore study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Light intensity, Annual cycle, Longshore drift and Forcing. His Data assimilation research integrates issues from Remote sensing, Empirical orthogonal functions, Wave height, Wavenumber and Ground truth. His Surf zone research includes themes of Seismology and Dispersion.
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Empirical parameterization of setup, swash, and runup
Hilary F. Stockdon;Rob A. Holman;Peter A. Howd;Asbury H. Sallenger.
Coastal Engineering (2006)
Practical use of video imagery in nearshore oceanographic field studies
K.T. Holland;R.A. Holman;T.C. Lippmann;J. Stanley.
IEEE Journal of Oceanic Engineering (1997)
The history and technical capabilities of Argus
R.A. Holman;J. Stanley.
Coastal Engineering (2007)
The spatial and temporal variability of sand bar morphology
T. C. Lippmann;R. A. Holman.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1990)
Quantification of sand bar morphology: A video technique based on wave dissipation
T. C. Lippmann;Robert A. Holman.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1989)
Extreme value statistics for wave run-up on a natural beach
Coastal Engineering (1986)
Estimation of Shoreline Position and Change using Airborne Topographic Lidar Data
Hilary F. Stockdon;Asbury H. Sallenger;Jeffrey H. List;Rob A. Holman.
Journal of Coastal Research (2002)
Setup and swash on a natural beach
Robert A. Holman;A. H. Sallenger.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1985)
Bars, bumps, and holes: Models for the generation of complex beach topography
R. A. Holman;A. J. Bowen.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1982)
A simple model for the spatially-variable coastal response to hurricanes
Hilary F. Stockdon;Asbury H. Sallenger;Rob A. Holman;Peter A. Howd.
Marine Geology (2007)
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