Publications

Publications

Tides and storm surge

Bell, R.G.; Foreman, M.G.G.; Goring, D.G. (2001). Tides and sea-surface variability in the SW Pacific from TOPEX/Poseidon. In: Coasts and Ports 2001, Proceedings of 15th Australasian Coastal & Ocean Engineering Conference, Gold Coast, September 2001, pp. 157–162.

Bell, R.G.; Goring, D.G. (1996). Techniques for analyzing sea level records around New Zealand. (Invited paper) Marine Geodesy 19(1): 77–98.

Goring, D.G. (1995). Short-term variations in sea level (2–15 days) in the New Zealand region. NZ Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 29: 69–82.

Goring, D.G.; Bell, R.G. (1996). Distilling information from patchy tide gauge records: the New Zealand experience. (Invited paper) Marine Geodesy 19(1): 63–76.

Goring, D.G.; Henry, R.F. (1997). Barotropic wave behaviour around the Chatham Islands, New Zealand. In: Pacific Coasts and Ports '97, Proceedings of 13th Australasian Coastal & Ocean Engineering Conference, Christchurch, Vol. 2, pp. 1059–1064. Centre for Advanced Engineering, University of Canterbury.

Goring, D.G.; Henry, R.F. (1998). Short period (1–4 h) sea level fluctuations on the Canterbury coast, New Zealand. NZ Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 32(1): 119–134.

Goring, D.G.; Walters, R.A.; Bell, R.G. (1997). Modelling the propagation of tides around New Zealand. In: Pacific Coasts and Ports '97, Proceedings of 13th Australasian Coastal & Ocean Engineering Conference, Christchurch, Vol. 2, pp. 1049–1052. Centre for Advanced Engineering, University of Canterbury.

Stanton B.R. (1995). Intraseasonal sea level variability on the west coast of New Zealand. NZ Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 29: 213–222.

Stanton, B.R. (1995). Sea level variability on the west coast of New Zealand. Journal of Physical Oceanography 25: 1265–1272.

Stanton, B.R. (1997). Sea level and sea surface temperature variability at the Chatham Islands, New Zealand. NZ Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 31: 525–536.

Stanton, B.R.; Bell, R.G.; Goring, D.G. (2000). Ebb and flow: testing the tides. Water & Atmosphere 8(4): 7–8.

Stanton, B.R.; Goring, D.G.; Bell, R.G. (2001). Observed and modelled tidal currents in the New Zealand region. NZ Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 35(3): 397–415.

Walters, R.A.; Goring; D.G.; Bell, R.G. (2001). Ocean tides around New Zealand. NZ Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 35(4): 567–579.

Sea level variability

Bell, R.G.; Goring, D.G. (1997). Low-frequency sea-level variations on the northeast coast, New Zealand. In: Pacific Coasts and Ports '97, Proceedings of 13th Australasian Coastal & Ocean Engineering Conference, Christchurch, Vol. 2, pp. 1031–1035. Centre for Advanced Engineering, University of Canterbury.

Bell, R.G.; Goring, D.G. (1998). Seasonal variability of sea level and sea-surface temperature on the north-east coast of New Zealand. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 46(2): 307-318.

Bell, R.G.; Goring, D.G. (1999). Flow-on effects of El Niño–Southern Oscillation events on sea-level rise in Northern New Zealand. In: Coasts and Ports '99, Proceedings of 14th Australasian Coastal & Ocean Engineering Conference, Perth, Vol. 1, pp. 52–57.

Bell, R.G.; Goring, D.G.; de Lange, W.P. (2000). Sea level change and storm surges in the context of climate change. IPENZ Transactions 27(1) Gen: 1–10. (Also available from IPENZ website publications as a PDF file.)

Bell, R.G.; Goring, D.G.; Walters, R.A. (2001). Advances in understanding sea-level variability around New Zealand. In: Edge, B.L. (ed.). Coastal Engineering 2000, Proceedings of 27th International Conference on Coastal Engineering, Sydney, Vol. 2, pp. 1490–1500. ASCE, New York.

Bell, R.G.; Hume; T.M.; Hicks, D.M. (2001). Planning for climate-change effects on coastal margins. A peer-reviewed publication prepared for the Ministry for the Environment as part of the New Zealand Climate Change Programme, Publication ME 410. Ministry for the Environment, Wellington. 73 p. Available as a series of PDF from the MfE Climate Change website.

Goring, D.G.; Bell, R.G. (1999). El Niño and decadal effects on sea level variability in northern New Zealand: a wavelet analysis. NZ Journal of Marine & Freshwater Research 33(4): 587–598.

Goring, D.G.; Bell, R.G. (2001). Sea level on the move? (In special issue on “Turning up the heat”) Water & Atmosphere 9(4): 20–21.

Tsunami

de Lange, W.; Bell, R.G. (1998). Tsunami risk from the southern flank: Balleny Islands earthquake. Water & Atmosphere 6(3): 13–15.

Goring, D.G.; Bell, R.G. (1998). Canterbury shelf waves and the PNG tsunami. Water & Atmosphere 6(3): 15–16.

Walters, R.A. (2002). Long wave resonance on the New Zealand coast. NIWA Technical Report 109. 32 pp.

Coastal and shelf circulation

Bell, R.G. (1994). Behaviour of dissolved silica and estuarine/coastal mixing and exchange processes, at Tairua Harbour, New Zealand. NZ Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 28(1): 55–68.

Bell, R.G.; Dumnov, S.V.; Williams, B.L.; Greig, M.J.N. (1998). Hydrodynamics of Manukau Harbour, New Zealand. NZ Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 32(1): 81–100.

Black, K.P.; Bell, R.G.; Oldman, J.O.; Carter, G.S.; Hume, T.M. (2000). Features of 3- dimensional barotropic and baroclinic circulation in the Hauraki Gulf, New Zealand. NZ Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 34(1): 1–28.

Greig, M.J.N.; Gilmour, A.E. (1992). Flow through the Mernoo Saddle, New Zealand. NZ Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 26: 155–165.

Hume, T.M.; Bell, R.G.; de Lange, W.P.; Healy, T.R.; Hicks, D.M.; Kirk, R.M. (1992). Coastal oceanography and sedimentology in New Zealand, 1967–91. NZ Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 26(1): 1–36.

Sharples, J.; Greig, M.J.N. (1998). Tidal currents, mean flows, and upwelling on the north-east shelf of New Zealand. NZ Journal of Marine and Freshwater 32: 215–231.

Stanton, B.R.; Sutton, P.J.H.; Chiswell, S.M. (1997). The East Auckland Current, 1994–95. NZ Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 31: 537–549.

Stephens, S.A.; Bell, R.G.; Black, K.P. (2001). Complex circulation in a coastal embayment: Shelf-current, wind and density-driven circulation in Poverty Bay, New Zealand. Journal Coastal Research Special Issue 34: 45–59.

Coastal sediment processes

Black, K.P.; Hume, T.M.; Dahm, J.D. (1999). Cam-Era – video monitoring of the environment. Journal of the New Zealand Security Industry (June/July) 1999: 21.

Black, K.P.; Hume, T.M.; Green, M.O.; Bell, R.G.; Healy, T.R.; Mathew, J. (1997). Numerical models depicting hydrodynamic and sediment transport processes at scales from single bedforms to the continental shelf. In: Proceedings of INCHOE-97, Second Indian International Conference on Harbour and Ocean Engineering, Thiruvananthapuram, December 1997, pp. 13–37.

Bogle, J.A.; Bryan, K.R.; Black, K.P.; Hume, T.M.; Healy, T.R. (1999). Observations of geomorphic parameters using video images. In: Proceedings of Coasts & Ports ‘99, 14th Australasian Coastal and Ocean Engineering Conference and the 7th Australasian Port and Harbour Conference, Perth, Australia, April 1999, pp. 70–75.

Hicks, D.M. (1999). Measurements of profile change and cross-shore sand flux over the shoreface at Mangawhai Beach, North Island, New Zealand. In: Proceedings of Coasts & Ports ‘99, 14th Australasian Coastal and Ocean Engineering Conference and the 7th Australasian Port and Harbour Conference, Perth, Australia, April 1999, pp. 285–290.

Hume, T.M. (1998). Cam-Era – computer controlled monitoring of the coastal environment. Coastal News no. 10: 5, 12. (newsletter of the NZ Coastal Society, IPENZ, Wellington)

Hume, T.M.; Black, K.; Dahm J.D. (1998). Cam-Era. Aniwaniwa 7(3): 3–4.

Hume, T.M.; Green, M.O.; Oldman, J. (1999). What happens at the seabed off a headland during a tropical cyclone? In: Coastal Sediment’99, Proceedings of the 4th International Symposium on Coastal Engineering and Science of Coastal Sediment Processes, Long Island, New York, July 1999, pp. 1836–1851. ASCE.

Hume, T.M.; Oldman, J.; Black, K.P. (1997). Signatures of wave and current forcing on the seabed about a large coastal headland. Proceedings of Pacific Coasts & Ports ‘97, 13th Australasian Coastal and Ocean Engineering Conference, Christchurch, New Zealand, pp. 318–324.

Hume, T.M.; Smith, R.K.; Hicks, D.M. (1997). Yellow buoys and flashing lights signal major oceanographic study. Seafood New Zealand (February): 40–42.

Hume, T.M.; Vennell, R.; Black, K.P. (1997). Sounding out the currents. Water & Atmosphere 5: 19–21.

Pilkey, O.H.; Hume. T.M. (2001). The shoreline erosion problem: lessons from the past. Water & Atmosphere 9(2): 22–23.

Swales, S.; Hicks, D.M.; Smith, R.K. (1999). Shoreface bedforms and cross-shore sand fluxes measured using an enhanced sea sled. In: Coastal Sediment’99, Proceedings of the 4th International Symposium on Coastal Engineering and Science of Coastal Sediment Processes, Long Island, New York, July 1999, pp. 1034–1049. ASCE.

Swales, A.; Hume, T.; Hawken, J.; Liefting, R.; Cullingford, M. (2001). Shifting sands: using image analysis and laser technology to study coastal sand dispersal. Water & Atmosphere 9(1): 19–21.

Vincent, C.E.; Green, M.O. (1999). The control of resuspension over megaripples on the continental shelf. In: Coastal Sediment’99, Proceedings of the 4th International Symposium on Coastal Engineering and Science of Coastal Sediment Processes, Long Island, New York, pp. 269–280. ASCE.

Waves & Winds

Gorman, R.M.; Laing, A.K. (1999). “Long-term wave hindcasting for New Zealand waters.” Presented at New Zealand Marine Sciences Society Conference, Wellington, 1999.

Gorman, R.M.; Laing, A.K. (2000). “A long-term wave hindcast for the New Zealand coast.” Presented at the 6th International Workshop on Wave Hindcasting and Forecasting, Monterey, California, November 2000.

Gorman, R.M.; Laing, A.K. (2001). Bringing wave hindcasts to the New Zealand coast. Journal of Coastal Research Special Issue 35 (ICS2000 New Zealand): 30–37.

Gorman, R.M.; Laing, A.K. (2001). Wave climate at the New Zealand coast derived from a deep-water hindcast. In: Proceedings of the 15th Australasian Coastal and Ocean Engineering Conference – Coasts & Ports 2001, Gold Coast, Australia, September 2001, pp. 197–202. Institution of Engineers, Australia.

Gorman, R.M.; Laing, A.K.; Reid, S.; Bryan, K.R. (2001). “Wave modelling for the New Zealand region – applications to storm events and forecasting.” Presented at the Conference of the Meteorological Society of New Zealand, Wellington, November 2001.

Laing, A.K. (1999). “Satellite observations of extreme wave conditions around New Zealand.” Presented at New Zealand Meteorological Society Conference, Wellington, 1999.

Laing, A.K. (2000). New Zealand wave climate from satellite observations. NZ Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 34: 727–744.

Laing, A.K.; Gorman, R.M. (2000). “High rates of wave growth from storms affecting on the east coast of New Zealand. Presented at the 6th International Workshop on Wave Hindcasting and Forecasting, Monterey, California, November 2000.

Laing, A.K.; Gorman, R.M. (2000). The ocean wave climate around New Zealand from satellites and modelling. Water & Atmosphere 8(1): 20–23.

Laing, A.K.; Reid, S.J. (1998). Hindcasting waves from storms in the Tasman Sea. In: Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Wave Hindcasting and Forecasting, Melbourne, Florida, January 1998, pp. 88–101.

Laing, A.K.; Reid, S.J. (1999). “Wave climate in the southwest Pacific from satellite and ships' observations.” Presented at CLIMAR99, Vancouver, British Columbia.

Laing, A.K.; Reid, S.J.; Gorman, R.M.; Macky, G.H. (1997). Ocean waves – How do we model that storm event? Water & Atmosphere 5(4): 10–12.

Laing, A.K.; Reid, S.J.; Hooper, G. (1997). Wave conditions in the Karamea Bight from measurements and modelling. In: Pacific Coasts and Ports '97, Proceedings of 13th Australasian Coastal & Ocean Engineering Conference, Christchurch, Vol. 2, pp. 989–994. Centre for Advanced Engineering, University of Canterbury.

Macky, G.H.; McKerchar, A.I.; Laing, A.K.; Carter, G.S.; Chater, A.M. (1998). Synthesis of extreme wave climate for the Canterbury Bight. NZ Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 34: 71–85.

Research subject: Coasts