Items where NERC Author is "Willmott, Andrew"

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Willmott, Andrew J.; Luneva, Maria V.. 2015 Steady, barotropic wind and boundary-driven circulation on a polar plane. Geophysical & Astrophysical Fluid Dynamics, 109 (3). 216-233.

Morales Maqueda, M.A.; Willmott, A.J.; Walkington, I.A.. 2014 The opening of wind-driven polynyas. Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 746. 236-272.

Luneva, Maria V.; Willmott, Andrew J.; Maqueda, Miguel Angel Morales. 2012 Geostrophic Adjustment Problems in a Polar Basin. Atmosphere-Ocean, 50 (2). 134-155.

Postlethwaite, C. F.; Morales Maqueda, M. A.; Le Fouest, V.; Tattersall, G. R.; Holt, J.; Willmott, A. J.. 2011 The effect of tides on dense water formation in Arctic shelf seas. Ocean Science, 7 (2). 203-217.

Willmott, Andrew J.; Cushman-Roisin, Benoit. 2009 Barotropic instability of coastal flows as a boundary-value problem: linear and non-linear theory. Geophysical and Astrophysical Fluid Dynamics, 103 (4). 279-292.

Davies, Alan; Xing, Jiuxing; Willmott, Andrew. 2009 Influence of open boundary conditions and sill height upon seiche motion in a gulf. Ocean Dynamics, 59 (6). 863-879.

Walkington, I.; Maqueda, M.A.M.; Willmott, A.. 2007 A robust and computationally efficient model of a two-dimensional coastal polynya. Ocean Modelling, 17 (2). 140-152.

Walkington, I.A.; Willmott, A. J.. 2006 A coupled coastal polynya-atmopsheric boundary layer model. Journal of Physical Oceanography, 36 (5). 897-913.

Owen, G.W.; Willmott, A.J.; Abrahams, I,D.. 2006 Scattering of barotropic Rossby waves by the Antarctic Circumpolar Current. Journal of Geophysical Research, 111 (C12). C12024.

Publication - Book Section

Willmott, A. J.; Holland, D. M.; Maqueda, M. A. Morales. 2007 Polynya modelling. In: Smith, Walker, O.; Barber, David, G., (eds.) Polynyas: windows to the world. Amsterdam, Elsevier, 87-125. (Elsevier Oceanography Series, 74).

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