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Bethke, I., et al. NorCPM1 and its contribution to CMIP6 DCPP. Geoscientific Model Development 14, (2021). Abstract
Bertino, L. Challenges and capabilities of data assimilation. Nansen-Tutu Centre Scientific Opening Symposium (2011). Download: NTC-Opening-Symposium-Proceedings.pdf (12.73 MB)
Bertino, L., Ali, A., Carrasco, A., Lien, V.S. & Melsom, A. The Arctic marine forecasting center in the first Copernicus period. Proceedings of the 9th EuroGoos International Conference "Advances in Operational Oceanography": Expanding Europe's Observing and Forecasting Capacity (2021).doi:10.13155/83160
Bertino, L. & Counillon, F. Ocean
 assimilation 
and
 forecasting. World Climate Research Programme workshop on seasonal to multi-decadal predictability of polar climate (2010).at <http://www.atmosp.physics.utoronto.ca/SPARC/PolarWorkshop/main.html>
Bertino, L. & Evensen, G. The DIADEM/TOPAZ monitoring and prediction system for the North Atlantic. 3rd EuroGOOS conference: Building the European capacity in Operational Oceanography, Athens, Greece 3-6 Dec 2002. Elsevier Oceanography Series (2003).
Bertino, L., et al. The TOPAZ monitoring and prediction system for the Atlantic. European Operational Oceanography: Present and Future, 4th EuroGOOS Conference, June 2005, Brest, France 456-459 (2005).
Bertino, L. TOPAZ: the MyOcean Arctic forecasting system. World Climate Research Programme workshop on seasonal to multi-decadal predictability of polar climate (2010).at <http://www.atmosp.physics.utoronto.ca/SPARC/PolarWorkshop/main.html> Download: topaz_ipy_poster.pdf (4.01 MB)
Bertino, L., Evensen, G. & Wackernagel, H. Sequential data assimilation techniques in oceanography. International Statistical Review 71, 223-241 (2003). Download: ber03a.pdf (272.61 KB)
Bertino, L. & Xie, J. Operational Forecasting of Sea Ice in the Arctic Using TOPAZ system. Sea Ice in the Arctic, Past, Present and Future (2020).doi:10.1007/978-3-030-21301-5_9