Linking 1D coastal ocean modelling to environmental management: an ensemble approach

@article{Mussap2017Linking1C,
  title={Linking 1D coastal ocean modelling to environmental management: an ensemble approach},
  author={Giulia Mussap and Marco Zavatarelli and Nadia Pinardi},
  journal={Ocean Dynamics},
  year={2017},
  volume={67},
  pages={1627-1644}
}
The use of a one-dimensional interdisciplinary numerical model of the coastal ocean as a tool contributing to the formulation of ecosystem-based management (EBM) is explored. The focus is on the definition of an experimental design based on ensemble simulations, integrating variability linked to scenarios (characterised by changes in the system forcing) and to the concurrent variation of selected, and poorly constrained, model parameters. The modelling system used was previously specifically… 

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