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PERSONAL DATA

Gender male
Job title Professor of Marine Informatics
Department Meteorology
Institution
University of Reading, Environmental Systems Science Centre (
Harry Pitt Building 3 Earley Gate University of Reading Whiteknights Campus Reading RG6 6AL
Address
Reading
RG6 6AL
Regions Sea of Azov
Tel +44 118 378 8742
Fax +44 118 378 6413
Email
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Website http://www.nerc-essc.ac.uk/~kh
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PROFESSIONAL DATA

Degree PhD Dynamical Meteorology, Imperial College London, BA Natural Science, Cambridge
Job type Teaching/Education , Research
Research Area(s) Physical Oceanography , Climatology, Meteorology , Physical Oceanography , Climatology, Meteorology
Research Activities Ocean modelling, Data Assimilation
Research Region 36, 25
PUBLICATIONS (as reported by Prof. Keith HAINES)

74. Bingham R.J., K. Haines and C.W. Hughes, (2008) Calculating the Ocean’s Mean dynamic topography from a Mean sea surface and a Geoid J. Atmos. Ocean. Tech. 25, 1808-1822, DOI:10.1175/2008JTECHO568.1 75. Haines, K and M. Palmer: (2008) On isothermal diagnostics of ocean heat content. Clivar-Exchanges Vol 13, No 47, 9-11. 76. Gemmell, A.L., G. Smith, K. Haines and J.D. Blower:, (2008) Evaluation of water masses in ocean synthesis products. Clivar-Exchanges Vol 13, No 47, 7-9. 77. Pimentel, S., K. Haines and N.K. Nicols (2008) Modelling the diurnal variability of sea surface temperatures. JGR-Oceans, Vol. 113, C11004, doi:10.1029/2007JC004607. 78. Lea, D. J-P. Drecourt, K. Haines and M. Martin (2008) Ocean altimeter assimilation with observational and model bias correction. Q. J. R. Meteorol. Soc., 134, 1761-1774. 79. Bell, M.J., K. Haines, E. Hill, N.J.P. Owens, R. Proctor, The National Centre for Ocean Forecasting. IMarEst Proceedings March 2006, Accepted J. Op. Oceanogr. 80. Haines, K., L. Hermanson, C. Liu, D. Putt, R. Sutton, A. Iwi, D. Smith (2009) Decadal Climate Prediction (project GCEP) Phil Trans. Roy Soc. A, 367, 925-937 doi:10.1098/rsta.2008.0178 81. Holt, J., J. Harle, R. Proctor, S. Michel, M Ashworth, C. Batson, I. Allen, R. Holmes, T. Smyth, D. Bretherton, K. Haines and G. Smith; Modelling the global coastal-ocean. Phil. Trans. Roy, Soc. A, 367, 939-951 doi:10.1098/rsta.2008.0210 82. Putt, D. K. Haines and R. Gurney and C. Liu, Land surface anomaly simulations and predictions with a climate model: an ENSO case study. Phil Trans. Roy Soc. A, 367, 917-923 doi:10.1098/rsta.2008.0182 83. Blower, J. K. Haines, A. Santokhee and C. Liu, Godiva2: Interactive visualisation of environmental data on the web Phil Trans Roy Soc. A, 367, 1035-1039 doi:10.1098/rsta.2008.0180 84. Bretherton, D., J. Blower, K. Haines and G.Smith (2009) Running Climate models on Grids using G-Rex Phil Trans Roy Soc A, 367, 847-853 doi:10.1098/rsta.2008.0179 85. Atkinson, M., D. Britton, P. Coveney, D. De Roure, N. Garnett, N. Geddes, R. Gurney, K. Haines, L. Hughes, D. Ingram, P. Jeffreys, L. Lyon, I. Osborne, R. Perrott, R. Procter, C. Rusbridge, A. Trefethen, P. Watson, Century-of-Information Research (CIR): A Strategy for Research and Innovation in the Century of Information, Prometheus, Volume 27, Issue 1 March 2009, pages 27-45. DOI: 10.1080/08109020802657479 86. Smith, G. and K. Haines: (2009) Evaluation of the S(T) assimilation method with the Argo dataset. Q.J. Roy. Met. Soc. Vol 135, pages 739-756. DOI: 10.1002/qj.395 87. Palmer, M., and K. Haines (2009) Estimating oceanic heat content change using isotherms. J. Climate, Vol. 22, No. 19, 4953–4969. 88. Palmer, M.D., S.A. Good, K. Haines, N.A. Rayner, and P.A. Stott (2009) A new perspective on warming of the global oceans. GRL, doi:10.1029/2009GL039491 89. Gemmell, A. G. Smith, K. Haines and J. Blower (2009) Validation of ocean model syntheses against hydrography using a new web application. J.Op. Oceangr. Vol 2, No.2 p29-41. 90. Blower, J.D., F. Blanc, R. Clancy, P. Cornillon, C. Donlon, P. Hacker, K. Haines, S.C. Hankin, T. Loubrieu, S. Pouliquen, M. Price, T. Pugh, A. Srinavasan (2009) Serving GODAE data and products to the ocean community, Oceanography, 22(3), 70-79. 91. Putt, D., R. Gurney and K. Haines, (2009) Effect of ENSO phase on large scale snow water equivalent distribution in a GCM, J. Climate, Vol. 22, 6153–6167. 92. Smith, G.C., K. Haines, D. Bretherton, A. Gemmell, R. Mugford, V. Stepanov, M. Valdivieso and H. Zuo, (2010) Ocean Reanalysis studies in Reading: Reconstructing Water Mass variability and Transports. Mercator Newsletter 36, 39-49. 93. While, J. and K. Haines, (2010) A comparison of the variability of biological nutrients against depth and potential density. Biogeosciences, 7, 1263-1269. 94. Allen, J.I, J. Aiken, T. R Anderson, E. Buitenhuis, S. Cornell, R. Geider, K. Haines6, T. Hirata, J. Holt, C. Le Quéré, N. Hardman-Mountford1, O. Ross, B. Sinha, J.H. While, Marine ecosystem models for earth systems applications: The MarQUEST experience. J. Marine Sys. Vol. 81, 19-33 95. Haines, K. Ocean Data Assimilation. In Data Assimilation: Making Sense of Observations. Eds. W. Lahoz, B. Khattatov and R. Menard, 2010 XIV, p 517-548 of 732 pp. ISBN: 978-3-540-74702-4. 96. Gosling S.N., D. Bretherton, K. Haines and N.W. Arnell Global hydrology modelling and uncertainty: running multiple ensembles with a campus grid, Phil. Trans. R. Soc. A September 13, 2010 368:4005-4021; doi:10.1098/rsta.2010.016. 97. Smith, G.C., K. Haines, T. Kanzow and S. Cunningham (2010), Impact of hydrographic data assimilation on the Atlantic meridional overturning circulation, Ocean Science, 6, 761-774, doi:10.5194/os-6-761-2010 . 98. Palmer M.D., K Haines and J. Lyman (2010). Recent advances in our understanding of ocean heat uptake, [in “State of the Climate in 2009”]. Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 91 (7), S59–S60.
4. Stratford K. and K. Haines, [2000] Frictional sinking of the dense water overflow in a z-coordinate OGCM of the Mediterranean. Geophys. Res. Lett. 27, 3973-3976
2. Myers, P.G., and K. Haines, [2000]: Seasonal and Interannual Variability in a model of the Mediterranean under flux forcing, J. Phys. Oceanogr., 30, 1069-1082.
3. Rohling, E.J., S. De Rijk, P.G. Myers and K. Haines, [2000] Palaeoceanography and numerical modelling: The Mediterranean Sea at times of sapropel formation. In. Hart, M.B. (ed.) Climates: Past and Present, Geol. Soc. London Spec. Publ. 181, 131-147.
1. Wu, P., K. Haines and N. Pinardi,[ 2000]: Towards an understanding of deep water renewal in the Eastern Mediterranean, J. Phys. Oceanogr., 30, 443-458.
6. Myers, P.G., and K. Haines, Stability of the Mediterranean's thermohaline circulation under modified surface evaporative fluxes, J. Geophys. Res. Accepted.
5. Haines, K., Assimilation of satellite altimetry in ocean models, Ocean Forecasting, Springer-Verlag. INVITED BOOK CHAPTER


Created: 2001-10-05 Last Updated: 2011-09-21 by Keith HAINES