This page provides the access to shared research data. Feel free to download and use the data to boost your research.
Here we provide four time-slices of high resolution (9 km) wave climate data for the New Zealand waters. We developed a set of historical and projected (1993–2006, 2026–2046, 2080–2100) wave climatologies from 3 global climate models (ACCESS1-0, CNRM-CM5 and MIROC5) and two representative concentration pathways (RCP 4.5, RCP 8.5).
The database comprises a set of integrated and partitioned wave parameters downscaled from a global wave hindcast with SWAN. Three-hourly data at a 9Km resolution is available for visualisation and download throughout the whole New Zealand area.
A comprehensive description of the data, methods and validation, together with a wave climate analysis along New Zealand can be found in Seas and swells throughout New Zealand: A new partitioned hindcast
To download the dataset, please first go through the read me file (click here ).
The database comprises wave, beach and runup parameters measured on different beaches around the world. Please make sure you cite the appropriate publication when using the data (not this page but the original authors). Collecting the data is hard work and needs to be acknowledged appropriately.
Here you can find the data used in the manuscript: " Rationalizing the differences amongst hydraulic relationships using a process-based model " (Xu et al., Water Resource Research, 2021). The excel file provides data and associated references.
Here you can find the data, codes and results used in the manuscript: "The application of ensemble wave forcing to quantify uncertainty of shoreline change predictions "