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  1. Rapizo, H., Durrant, T. H. & Babanin, A. V. An assessment of the impact of surface currents on wave modeling in the Southern Ocean. Ocean Dyn. (2018). doi:10.1007/s10236-018-1171-7

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  1. Perez, J., Menendez, M., Camus, P., Mendez, F. J. & Losada, I. J. Statistical multi-model climate projections of surface ocean waves in Europe. Ocean Model. 96, 161–170 (2015).

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  4. Rapizo, H., Babanin, A. V., Schulz, E., Hemer, M. A. & Durrant, T. H. Observation of wind-waves from a moored buoy in the Southern Ocean. Ocean Dyn. 65, 1275–1288 (2015).

  5. Marshall, A. G., Hendon, H. H., Durrant, T. H. & Hemer, M. A. Madden Julian Oscillation impacts on global ocean surface waves. Ocean Model. 96, 136–147 (2015).

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  1. Durrant, T., Greenslade, D., Hemer, M. & Trenham, C. A Global Wave Hindcast focussed on the Central and South Pacific. (2014).

  2. Gallop, S. L., Young, I. R., Ranasinghe, R., Durrant, T. H. & Haigh, I. D. The large-scale influence of the Great Barrier Reef matrix on wave attenuation. Coral Reefs 33, 1167–1178 (2014).

  3. Souza, J., Chapron, B. & Autret, E. The surface thermal signature and air-sea coupling over the Agulhas rings propagating in the South Atlantic Ocean interior. Ocean Sci. 10, 633–644 (2014).

  4. Azevedo Correia de Souza, J. M., Powell, B., Castillo-Trujillo, A. C. & Flament, P. The Vorticity Balance of the Ocean Surface in Hawaii from a Regional Reanalysis. J. Phys. Oceanogr. 45, 424–440 (2014).


  1. Durrant, T. H., Greenslade, D. J. M., Simmonds, I. & Woodcock, F. Correcting Marine Surface Winds Simulated in Atmospheric Models Using Spatially and Temporally Varying Linear Regression. Weather Forecast. 29, 305–330 (2013).

  2. Horigome, M. T. et al. Environmental controls on the Emiliania huxleyi calcite mass. Biogeosciences 11, 2295–2308 (2014).

  3. Thiebaut S., McComb P. & Vennell R. Prediction of Coastal Far Infragravity Waves from Sea-Swell Spectra. J. Waterway Port Coast. Ocean Eng. 139, 34–44 (2013).

  4. Durrant, T. & Greenslade, D. Spatial evaluations of ACCESS marine surface winds using scatterometer data. Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Journal 62, 263–276 (2013).

  5. Durrant, T. H., Greenslade, D. J. M. & Simmonds, I. The effect of statistical wind corrections on global wave forecasts. Ocean Modelling 70, 116–131 (2013).

  6. Trenham, C. E., Hemer, M. A., Durrant, T. H. & Greenslade, D. J. M. PACCSAP Wind-wave Climate: High resolution wind-wave climate and projections of change in the Pacific region for coastal hazard assessments. (2013).

  7. Soutelino, R. G., Gangopadhyay, A. & da Silveira, I. C. A. The roles of vertical shear and topography on the eddy formation near the site of origin of the Brazil Current. Cont. Shelf Res. 70, 46–60 (2013).

  8. Arruda, W. Z., Campos, E. J. D., Zharkov, V., Soutelino, R. G. & da Silveira, I. C. A. Events of equatorward translation of the Vitoria Eddy. Cont. Shelf Res. 70, 61–73 (2013).

  9. Gabioux, M. G., da Costa, V. S., de Souza, J. M. A. C., de Oliveira, B. F. & de Moraes Paiva, A. MODELING THE SOUTH ATLANTIC OCEAN FROM MEDIUM TO HIGH-RESOLUTION. Revista Brasileira de Geofísica 31, 229–242 (2013).

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  11. Guedes, R., Bryan, K. R. & Coco, G. Observations of wave energy fluxes and swash motions on a low-sloping, dissipative beach. J. Geophys. Res. C: Oceans 118, 3651–3669 (2013).

  12. Johnson, D. & Thiebaut, S. Ensemble Forecasting of Wave Conditions for Ports and Coastal Regions.

  13. Thiebaut, S., Johnson, D. & Mc Comb, P. A note on the statistical distribution of wave-induced orbital velocities


  1. de Farias, E. G. G. & de Souza, J. Dispersive arrival of swell waves at the western coast of Ceará state, Brazil. Arq. Cienc. Mar (2012).

  2. Guedes, R. M. C., Bryan, K. R. & Coco, G. Observations of alongshore variability of swash motions on an intermediate beach. Cont. Shelf Res. 48, 61–74 (2012).


  1. Soutelino, R. G., Da Silveira, I. C. A., Gangopadhyay, A. & Miranda, J. A. Is the Brazil Current eddy-dominated to the north of 20 S? Geophys. Res. Lett. 38, (2011).

  2. Mahiques, M. M. et al. Radiocarbon geochronology of the sediments of the São Paulo Bight (southern Brazilian upper margin). An. Acad. Bras. Cienc. 83, 817–834 (2011).

  3. Souza, J. & de Boyer Montégut, C. Estimation of the Agulhas ring impacts on meridional heat fluxes and transport using ARGO floats and satellite data. Geophysical (2011).

  4. Souza, J. M. A. C., de Boyer Montégut, C. & Le Traon, P. Y. Comparison between three implementations of automatic identification algorithms for the quantification and characterization of mesoscale eddies in the South Atlantic Ocean. Ocean Sci. 7, 317–334 (2011).

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  1. Calliari, L. J., Guedes, R. M. C. & Lélis, R. F. Hazards and risks associated to coastal processes along the southern Brazilian coastline: a synthesis. Brazilian Journal of (2010).

  2. Thiebaut, S. & Vennell, R. Observation of a Fast Continental Shelf Wave Generated by a Storm Impacting Newfoundland Using Wavelet and Cross-Wavelet Analyses. J. Phys. Oceanogr. 40, 417–428 (2010).


  1. Durrant, T. H., Woodcock, F. & Greenslade, D. J. M. Consensus Forecasts of Modeled Wave Parameters. Weather Forecast. 24, 492–503 (2009).

  2. Warren, D. G. Assessing Upgrades to the Bureau of Meteorology’s Wave Forecasting System using Satellite Altimeter.pdf. (2009).

  3. Durrant, T. H., Greenslade, D. J. M. & Simmonds, I. Validation of Jason-1 and Envisat Remotely Sensed Wave Heights. J. Atmos. Ocean. Technol. 26, 123–134 (2009).

  4. Thiebaut, S., Vennell, R., Bell, R. & Others. Observation of storm-generated long waves on New Zealand’s eastern seaboard. Coasts and Ports 2009: In a Dynamic Environment 409 (2009).

  5. Weppe, S., Healy, T., Scarfe, B., Immenga, D. & Others. Shoreline response to an offshore submerged multifunction reef at Mount Maunganui, New Zealand. Coasts and Ports 2009: In a Dynamic Environment 648 (2009).

  6. Mahiques, M. M. de et al. Anthropogenic influences in a lagoonal environment: a multiproxy approach at the valo grande mouth, Cananéia-Iguape system (SE Brazil). Brazil. J. Oceanogr. 57, 325–337 (2009).

2008 and earlier

  1. Pezza, A. B., Durrant, T., Simmonds, I. & Smith, I. Southern Hemisphere Synoptic Behavior in Extreme Phases of SAM, ENSO, Sea Ice Extent, and Southern Australia Rainfall. J. Clim. 21, 5566–5584 (2008).

  2. Schimel, A. C. et al. Potential influence of shells on multibeam backscatter imagery within the Te Matuku Marine Reserve, New Zealand. J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 123, 3212–3212 (2008).

  3. Calliari, L. J., Holland, K. T., Pereira, P. S., Guedes, R. M. C. & Santo, R. E. The Influence of Mud on the Inner Shelf, Shoreface, Beach, and Surf Zone Morphodynamics — Cassino, Southern Brazil. in Coastal Sediments ’07 1455–1465 (American Society of Civil Engineers, 2007).

  4. Durrant, T. H., Pezza, A. B., Simmonds, I. & Smith, I. Sea Ice Extension Around Antarctica: Association With Australian Rainfall Via Changes In Southern Hemisphere Cyclone And Anticyclone Behavior. (2006).

  5. Johnson, D. & Pattiaratchi, C. Boussinesq modelling of transient rip currents. Coast. Eng. 53, 419–439 (2006).

  6. McComb, P. & Black, K. Detailed Observations of Littoral Transport Using Artificial Sediment Tracer, in a High-Energy, Rocky Reef and Iron Sand Environment. J. Coast. Res. 358–373 (2005).

  7. Johnson, D. & Pattiaratchi, C. Application, modelling and validation of surfzone drifters. Coast. Eng. 51, 455–471 (2004).

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