F. Gouillon

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This paper presents the under-going development of the ground segment algorithms of the SWIM instrument. SWIM is a wave scatterometer which will be embarked on the Chinese French oceanography mission, CFOSAT. SWIM aims at measuring the 2D oceanic wave spectra; it is a Ku band real aperture radar. Simulations are performed to get data along the satellite(More)
[1] This paper introduces a numerical scheme developed to model the wetting and drying of coastal areas by the tide, suitable for an oceanic circulation model using finite differences. It is based on existing numerical schemes developed for isopycnic models for which the layer thickness can vanish when they interact with the bottom topography. Some original(More)
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