Ivan Haigh
Ivan Haigh
Lecturer in Coastal Oceanography, University of Southampton
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TitleCited byYear
Ocean impact on decadal Atlantic climate variability revealed by sea-level observations
GD McCarthy, ID Haigh, JJM Hirschi, JP Grist, DA Smeed
Nature 521 (7553), 508, 2015
1512015
Assessing changes in extreme sea levels: application to the English Channel, 1900–2006
I Haigh, R Nicholls, N Wells
Continental Shelf Research 30 (9), 1042-1055, 2010
1102010
Observed mean sea level changes around the North Sea coastline from 1800 to present
T Wahl, ID Haigh, PL Woodworth, F Albrecht, D Dillingh, J Jensen, ...
Earth-Science Reviews 124, 51-67, 2013
952013
Improved estimates of mean sea level changes in the German Bight over the last 166 years
T Wahl, J Jensen, T Frank, ID Haigh
Ocean Dynamics 61 (5), 701-715, 2011
912011
Global influences of the 18.61 year nodal cycle and 8.85 year cycle of lunar perigee on high tidal levels
ID Haigh, M Eliot, C Pattiaratchi
Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 116 (C6), 2011
902011
Mean sea level trends around the English Channel over the 20th century and their wider context
I Haigh, R Nicholls, N Wells
Continental Shelf Research 29 (17), 2083-2098, 2009
842009
A comparison of the main methods for estimating probabilities of extreme still water levels
ID Haigh, R Nicholls, N Wells
Coastal Engineering 57 (9), 838-849, 2010
832010
Timescales for detecting a significant acceleration in sea level rise
ID Haigh, T Wahl, EJ Rohling, RM Price, CB Pattiaratchi, FM Calafat, ...
Nature Communications 5, 3635, 2014
762014
Estimating present day extreme water level exceedance probabilities around the coastline of Australia: tides, extra-tropical storm surges and mean sea level
ID Haigh, EMS Wijeratne, LR MacPherson, CB Pattiaratchi, MS Mason, ...
Climate Dynamics 42 (1-2), 121-138, 2014
692014
Australian sea levels—Trends, regional variability and influencing factors
NJ White, ID Haigh, JA Church, T Koen, CS Watson, TR Pritchard, ...
Earth-Science Reviews 136, 155-174, 2014
652014
Estimating extreme water level probabilities: A comparison of the direct methods and recommendations for best practise
A Arns, T Wahl, ID Haigh, J Jensen, C Pattiaratchi
Coastal Engineering 81, 51-66, 2013
622013
Trends in high sea levels of German North Sea gauges compared to regional mean sea level changes
C Mudersbach, T Wahl, ID Haigh, J Jensen
Continental Shelf Research 65, 111-120, 2013
552013
Estimating present day extreme water level exceedance probabilities around the coastline of Australia: tropical cyclone-induced storm surges
SG Ivan D. Haigh, Leigh R. MacPherson, Matthew S
Climate Dynamics, 2013
55*2013
Rising sea levels in the English Channel 1900 to 2100
I Haigh, R Nicholls, N Wells
Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers-Maritime Engineering 164 …, 2011
532011
Inter-annual variability and longer-term changes in the wave climate of Western Australia between 1970 and 2009
C Bosserelle, C Pattiaratchi, I Haigh
Ocean Dynamics 62 (1), 63-76, 2012
522012
Mean sea level variability in the North Sea: Processes and implications
S Dangendorf, FM Calafat, A Arns, T Wahl, ID Haigh, J Jensen
Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 119 (10), 2014
452014
Shifting perspectives on coastal impacts and adaptation
S Brown, RJ Nicholls, S Hanson, G Brundrit, JA Dearing, ME Dickson, ...
Nature Climate Change 4 (9), 752, 2014
452014
A century of sea level data and the UK's 2013/14 storm surges: an assessment of extremes and clustering using the Newlyn tide gauge record
MP Wadey, ID Haigh, JM Brown
Ocean Science 10 (6), 1031-1045, 2014
372014
Reconstructing coastal flood occurrence combining sea level and media sources: a case study of the Solent, UK since 1935
AC Ruocco, RJ Nicholls, ID Haigh, MP Wadey
Natural Hazards 59 (3), 1773, 2011
322011
Understanding extreme sea levels for broad-scale coastal impact and adaptation analysis
T Wahl, ID Haigh, RJ Nicholls, A Arns, S Dangendorf, J Hinkel, ...
Nature communications 8, 16075, 2017
312017
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