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HF radar measurements are presented focussing in particular on the estimation of wave parameters in both high and low sea conditions. In high sea conditions theory suggests that low radio frequencies… (More)
HF radar current measurements systems are in widespread use around the world providing very useful data sets for many applications. Data quality is generally good although sometimes the data are… (More)
This paper presents a first look at directional wave spectra measurements, and derived parameters, obtained using the Australian Coastal Ocean Radar Network WERA HF radar systems and the Seaview… (More)
The Australian Coastal Ocean Radar Network, ACORN, comprises 12 radars located in pairs to provide surface current, wave and wind measurements at 6 locations around the Australian Coast. It is part… (More)
Citation: Rubio A, Mader J, Corgnati L, Mantovani C, Griffa A, Novellino A, Quentin C, Wyatt L, Schulz-Stellenfleth J, Horstmann J, Lorente P, Zambianchi E, Hartnett M, Fernandes C, Zervakis V,… (More)
The high-quality backscattered spectra provided by the WERA HF radar systems in the Wave Hub area are used to estimate different wave parameters at the location of a wave buoy. The HF radar… (More)
This paper briefly reviews the theory behind wave measurement with HF radar. Data from a number of different deployments with different radars, at different frequencies, in different oceanographic… (More)
It is well established that HF radar systems located on the coast can measure surface currents from close to the coast to more than 100km offshore. They can also be used to simultaneously measure the… (More)
This paper presents an overview of the Australian Coastal Ocean Radar Network (ACORN), part of the Australian Integrated Marine Observing System (IMOS). ACORN currently operates 12 radars in 6 dual… (More)
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