Journal Papers

In Review (2 papers)

  • Ward, P.J. Couasnon, A., Haigh, I.D., Muis, S., Veldkamp T.I.E, Winsemius, H.C., Wahl, T. 2018. Dependence of high sea water level and high river discharge at the global scale, in review Environmental Research Letters
  • Mejia-Olivares, C.J., Haigh. I.D., Wells, N.C, Coles, D.S., Lewis, M. and Neill, S.P, 2018. Tidal-stream energy resource characterisation for the Gulf of California, México. In review Energy.

Published or in press (58 papers)

  1. Goodwin, P., Brown, S., Haigh, I.D., Nicholls, R.J., Matter, J.M., 2018. Adjusting Mitigation Pathways to stabilize climate at 1.5 and 2.0 °C rise in global temperatures to year 2300. Earth’s Future, in press.
  2. Brown, S., Nicholls, R.J., Haigh, I.D. Lincke, D., Vafeidis, A., Hinkel, J., 2018. Quantifying land and people exposed to sea-level rise with no mitigation and 1.5 and 2.0 °C rise in global temperatures to year 2300. Earth’s Future, in press.
  3. Nicholls, R.J., Brown, S., Goodwin, P., Wahl, T., Lowe, J, Solan, M., Godbold, J., Haigh, I.D., Lincke, D., Hinkel, J., Wolff, C., Merkens, J-L. 2018. Stabilisation of global temperature at 1.5°C and 2.0°C: Implications for coastal areas, Philosophical Transactions of The Royal Society A, in press.
  4. Chirol, C., Haigh, I.D., Pontee, N; Thompson, C.E., Gallop, S.L., 2017. Parametrising tidal creek morphology in mature saltmarshes using semi-automated extraction from LiDAR. Remote Sensing of Environment, in press.
  5. T. Wahl, P.J. Ward, H.C. Winsemius, A. AghaKouchak, J. Bender I.D. Haigh, S. Jain, M. Leonard, T.I.E. Veldkamp, S. Westra, 2017. Hydrologic compound events: unappreciated hazards, Eos, Transactions American Geophysical Union, in press.
  6. Haigh, I.D., Ozsoy, O., Wadey, M.P., Nicholls, R.J., Gallop, S.L., Wahl, T., Brown, J.M., 2017. An improved database of coastal flooding in the United Kingdom from 1915 to 2016. Scientific Data, 4, 170100.
  7. Santos, V.M., Haigh, I.D., Wahl, T., 2017. Spatial and Temporal Clustering Analysis of Extreme Wave Events around. Journal of Marine Science and Engineering, 5(3), 28.
  8. Wahl, T., Haigh, I.D., Nicholls, R.J., Arns, A., Dangendorf, S., Hinkel, J., Slangen, A.B.A., 2017. Understanding extreme sea levels for broad-scale coastal impact and adaptation analysis. Nature Communications, 16075.
  9. Wadey, M., Brown, S., Nicholls, R.J., Haigh, I.D., 2017. Coastal flooding in the Maldives: An Assessment of Historic Events and Their Implications. Natural Hazards, 89(1), 131-159.
  10. Goodwin, P., Haigh, I.D., Rohling, E.J. and Slangen, A. 2017. A new approach to projecting 21st century sea‐level changes and extremes. Earth’s Future 5 (2), 240-253.
  11. Marsh, R., Haigh, I.D., Cunningham, Stuart A., Inall, Mark E., Porter, Marie and Moat, Ben I., 2017. Large-scale forcing of the European Slope Current and associated inflows to the North Sea. Ocean Science 13 (2), 315-335
  12. Haigh, I.D., Wadey, M.P. Wahl, T., Ozsoy, O., Nicholls, R.J, Brown, J.M., Horsburgh, K., Gouldby, B., 2016. Spatial and temporal analysis of extreme sea level and storm surge events around the coastline of the UK. Scientific Data 3, Article number: 160107.
  13. Woodworth, P.L., Hunter, J.R., Marcos, M., Caldwell, P., Menéndez, M. and Haigh, I.D, 2016. Towards a global higher-frequency sea level data set. Geoscience Data Journal, 3 (2), 50-59.
  14. Pitman, S., Gallop, S.L., Haigh, I.D., Masselink, G. and Ranasinghe, R., 2016. Wave breaking patterns control rip current flow regimes and surfzone retention. Marine Geology 382, 176-190.
  15. Ozsoy, O., Haigh, I.D., Wadey, M.P., Nicholls, R.J., Wells, N.C., 2016. High-frequency sea level oscillations and implications for coastal flooding: a case study of the Solent, UK. Continental Shelf Research, 122, 1-13.
  16. Mawdsley, R., Haigh, I.D., 2016. Spatial and Temporal Variability and Long-Term Trends in Skew Surges Globally. Frontiers in Marine Science, 3, 29.
  17. McInnes, K.L. White, C.J., Haigh, I.D., et al, 2016. Natural hazards in Australia: sea level and coastal extremes. Natural hazards in Australia: sea level and coastal extremes. Climatic Change 139 (1), 69-83
  18. Ezer, T., Haigh, I.D., Woodworth, P.L., 2016. New analysis of non-linear sea level trends, acceleration and long-term variability on the UK and western European coasts. Journal of Coastal Research 32 (4), 744-755
  19. Pitman, S. Gallop, S.L., Haigh, I.D., Mahmoodi, S., Masselink, G., Ranasinghe, R., 2016.  Synthetic imagery for the automated detection of rip currents. In: Vila-Concejo, A.; Bruce, E.; Kennedy, D.M., and McCarroll, R.J. (eds.), Proceedings of the 14th International Coastal Symposium (Sydney, Australia). Journal of Coastal Research, Special Issue, No. 75, pp. 912-916. Coconut Creek (Florida), ISSN 0749-0208.
  20. Gallop, S.L., Bosserelle, C., Haigh, I.D., Wadey, M.P., Pattiaratchi, C.B,  Eliot, I., 2015. The impact of temperate reefs on 34 years of shoreline and vegetation line stability at Yanchep, southwestern Australia and implications for coastal setback. Marine Geology, 369, 224-232.
  21. Wadey, M.P., Haigh, I.D., Nicholls, R.J., Brown, J. Horsburgh, K., Carroll, B., Gallop, S., Mason, T., Bradshaw, E., 2015. A comparison of the 31 January–1 February 1953 and 5–6 December 2013 coastal flood events around the UK. Frontiers in Marine Science, 2, 84.
  22. Amiruddin, A.M., Haigh, I.D., Tsimplis, M.N, Calafat, F.M., Dangendorf, S., 2015. The seasonal cycle and variability of sea level in the South China Sea. In press Journal of Geophysical Research Oceans, 120 (8), 5490-5513
  23. McCarthy G.D., Haigh, I.D., Hirschi, J.J.-M., Smeed, D.A., 2015. Sea level shows ocean control of decadal Atlantic climate variability. Nature, 521, 508–510.
  24. Haigh, I.D., Wadey, M.P., Gallo, S.L, Loehr, H., Nicholls, R.J., Horsburgh, K., Brown, J.M, and Bradshaw, E., 2015. A user-friendly database of coastal flooding in the United Kingdom 1915-2014. Scientific Data 2, Article number: 150021.
  25. Wadey, M.P, Brown, J., Haigh, I.D., Dolphin, T., Wisse, P., 2015, Assessment and comparison of extreme sea levels and waves during the 2013/14 storm season in two UK coastal regions. Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences Discussions 3 (4), 2665-2708.
  26. McInnes, K.L., Church, J.A., Monselesan, D., Hunter, J.R. O’Grady, J.G., Haigh, I.D., Zhang, X., 2015. Sea-level Rise Projections for Australia: Information for Impact and Adaptation Planning. Australian Meteorology and Oceanography Journal, 65(1), 127-149.
  27. Dabii, E. P., Haigh, I.D., Lambkin, D., Heron, J., Nicholls, R.J., 2015. Beyond significant wave height: A new approach for validating numerical wave models. Coastal Engineering, 100, 11-25.
  28. Mawdsley, R.J., Haigh, I.D., Wells, N.C. 2015. Global changes in tidal high water, low water and range. Earth’s Futures, 3(2), 66-81.
  29. Arns, A., Wahl, T., Haigh, I.D., Jensen, J., 2015. Determining extreme water return levels at un-gauged sites: a case study of the Schleswig-Holsteins coastline and Islands in north-west Germany. Ocean Dynamics, 65, 539-554.
  30. Saher, M.H., Barlow, N.L.M., Gehrels, W.R., Long, A.A., Haigh, I.D. Blaaw, M., 2015. A 600-year multiproxy record of sea-level change in western Iceland and the influence of the North Atlantic Oscillation. Quaternary Science Reviews, 108, 23–36.
  31. Dangendorf, S., Calafat, F. M., Arns, A., Wahl, T., Haigh, I.D., Jense, J., 2014. Mean sea level variability in the North Sea: processes and implications. Journal of Geophysical Research Oceans, 119, 6820–6841.
  32. Gallop, S.L., Young, I.R., Ranasinghe, R., Durrant, T.H., Haigh, I.D., 2014. The large-scale influence of the Great Barrier Reef matrix on wave attenuation. Coral Reefs, 33 (4). 1167-1178.
  33. Brown, S., Nicholls, R.J., Hanson, S., Brundrit, G., Dearing, J., Dickson, M., Gallop, S., Gao, S., Haigh, I.D., et al., 2014. Shifting perspectives on coastal impacts and adaptation. Nature Climate Change, 4, 752–755.
  34. Wadey, M.P., Haigh, I.D., Brown, J.M., 2014. 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. Ocean Science, 10, 1031-1045.
  35. Quinn, N. Lewis, M., Wadey, M.P., Haigh, I.D.  2014. Assessing the variability in extreme high water levels for coastal flood risk assessment. Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans, 119 (8), 4983–4998.
  36. Haigh, I.D., Wahl, T., Rohling, E.J. Price, R.M., Pattiaratchi, C., 2014. Timescales for detecting a significant acceleration in sea-level rise. Nature Communications, 5, 3635.
  37. Mawdsley, R.J., Haigh, I.D., Wells, N.C. 2014. Global changes in tidal high water, low water and range. In: Green, A.N. and Cooper, J.A.G. (eds.), Proceedings 13th International Coastal Symposium (Durban, South Africa), Journal of Coastal Research, Special Issue No. 70, pp. 343-348, ISSN 0749-0208.
  38. White, N.J., Haigh, I.D., Watson, P.J., Church, J.A. Watson, C.S., Burgette, J.R. Eliot, M., Koen, T., McInnes, K.L. Pritchard, T. You, B. Zhang, X. Tregoning, P., 2014. Australian Sea Levels – Trends, Regional Variability and Influencing Factors. Earth-Science Reviews, 136, 155–174.
  39. Memin, A., Watson, C. Haigh, I.D., MacPherson, L., Tregoning, P., 2014. Non-linear motions of Australian geodetic stations induced by non-tidal ocean loading and the passage of tropical cyclones. Journal of Geodesy, 88 (10), 927-940.
  40. Haigh, I.D., MacPherson, L.R., Mason, M.S., Wijeratne, E.M.S., Pattiaratchi, C.B., George, S., 2014. Estimating present day extreme water level exceedance probabilities around the coastline of Australia: tropical cyclone induced storm surges. Climate Dynamics, 42, 139-147.
  41. Haigh, I.D., Wijeratne, E.M.S., MacPherson, L.R., Pattiaratchi, C.B., Mason, M.S., Crompton, R.P., George, S., 2014. Estimating present day extreme total water level exceedance probabilities around the coastline of Australia: tides, extra-tropical storm surges and mean sea level. Climate Dynamics, 42, 121-138.
  42. Rohling, E.J., Haigh, I.D., Foster, G.L., Roberts, A.P., Grant, K.M., 2013. A geological perspective on potential future sea-level rise. Scientific Reports (Nature Publishing Group), 3, 3461.
  43. Arns, A., Wahl, T., Haigh, I.D., Pattiaratchi, C., Jensen, J., 2013. Estimating extreme water level probabilities: a comparison of the direct methods and recommendations for best practise. Coastal Engineering, 81-51-66.
  44. Mudersbach, C., Wahl, T., Haigh, I.D., Jensen, J., 2013. Trends in extreme high sea levels along the German North Sea coastline compared to regional mean sea level changes. Continental Shelf Research, 65, 111-120.
  45. Wahl T., Haigh I.D, Woodworth P.L, Albrecht F., Dillingh D., Jensen J., Nicholls R., Weisse R., Wöppelmann G., 2013. Observed mean sea level changes around the North Sea coastline from the beginning of the 19th century to the present. Earth-Science Reviews, 124, 51-67.
  46. Wahl T., Haigh I.D, Dangendorf, S., Jensen J., 2013 Inter-annual and long-term mean sea level changes along the North Sea coastline. Journal of Coastal Research, Special Issue 65, 1987-1992.
  47. Wadey, M.P., Nicholls, R.J., Haigh, I.D., 2013. Creating a coastal flood event dataset – the 10th March 2008 storm surge event in the Solent, UK. Natural Hazards Review, 67, 829-854.
  48. Smith, A.M., Guastella, L.A., Mather, A.A., Bundy, S.C., Haigh, I.D., 2013. Kwazulu-Natal coastal erosion in time and space: a predictive tool? Comparisons between the 2011 and 2007 erosion event. South African Journal of Science, 109, 3/4, 1-4.
  49. Wijeratne, E.M.S., Pattiaratchi, C., Eliot, M., Haigh, I.D., 2012. Tidal characteristics in Bass Strait, southeast Australia. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 114, 156–165.
  50. Bosserelle, C., Pattiaratchi, C., Haigh, I.D., 2012. Inter-annual variability and longer-term changes in the wave climate of Western Australia between 1970 and 2009, Ocean Dynamics, 62, 63-76.
  51. Haigh, I.D., Eliot, M., Pattiaratchi, C., 2011. Modeling global influences of the 18.6-year nodal cycle and quasi-4.4 year cycle on high tidal levels. Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans, 116, C06025, doi:10.1029/2010JC006645.
  52. Ruocco, A., Nicholls, R.J., Haigh, I.D., Wadey, M., 2011. Reconstructing coastal flood occurrence combining sea level and media sources: A case study of the Solent UK since 1935. Natural Hazards, 59(3), 1773-1796.
  53. Haigh, I.D., Nicholls, R.J., Wells, N.C., 2011. Rising sea levels in the English Channel 1900 to 2100. Proceedings of ICE Maritime Engineering, 164(2), 81-92.
  54. Wahl, T., Jensen, J., Frank, T., Haigh, I.D., 2011. Improved estimates of mean sea level changes in the German Bight over the last 166 years. Ocean Dynamics, 61 (5), 701-715.
  55. Haigh, I.D., Nicholls, R.J., Wells, N.C., 2010. A comparison of the main methods for estimating probabilities of extreme still water levels. Coastal Engineering, 57(9) 838-849.
  56. Haigh, I.D., Nicholls, R.J., Wells, N.C., 2010Assessing changes in extreme still sea levels: Application to the English Channel. Continental Shelf Research, 30 (9), 1042-1055.
  57. Haigh, I.D., Nicholls, R.J., Wells, N.C., 2009. Mean sea-level trends around the English Channel over the 20th century and their wider contextContinental Shelf Research, 29 (17), 2083-2098.
  58. Wells N. C., Baldwin D., Haigh I.D., 2005. Seiches induced by storm surges in the English Channel. The Global Atmosphere-Ocean System, 10, 1, 1-14.

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