Tuomas Karna
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A fully implicit wetting–drying method for DG-FEM shallow water models, with an application to the Scheldt Estuary
T Kärnä, B De Brye, O Gourgue, J Lambrechts, R Comblen, V Legat, ...
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 200 (5-8), 509-524, 2011
752011
A finite-element, multi-scale model of the Scheldt tributaries, river, estuary and ROFI
B De Brye, A de Brauwere, O Gourgue, T Kärnä, J Lambrechts, ...
Coastal Engineering 57 (9), 850-863, 2010
722010
A flux-limiting wetting–drying method for finite-element shallow-water models, with application to the Scheldt Estuary
O Gourgue, R Comblen, J Lambrechts, T Kärnä, V Legat, E Deleersnijder
Advances in Water Resources 32 (12), 1726-1739, 2009
452009
Numerical modeling of circulation in high-energy estuaries: A Columbia River estuary benchmark
T Kärnä, AM Baptista, JE Lopez, PJ Turner, C McNeil, TB Sanford
Ocean Modeling 88, 54-71, 2015
352015
A baroclinic discontinuous Galerkin finite element model for coastal flows
T Kärnä, V Legat, E Deleersnijder
Ocean Modelling 61, 1-20, 2013
312013
Evaluation of a long-term hindcast simulation for the Columbia River estuary
T Kärnä, AM Baptista
Ocean Modelling 99, 1-14, 2016
202016
Infrastructure for collaborative science and societal applications in the Columbia River estuary
AM Baptista, C Seaton, MP Wilkin, SF Riseman, JA Needoba, D Maier, ...
Frontiers of Earth Science 9 (4), 659-682, 2015
192015
Preliminary results of a finite-element, multi-scale model of the Mahakam Delta (Indonesia)
B de Brye, S Schellen, M Sassi, B Vermeulen, T Kärnä, E Deleersnijder, ...
Ocean Dynamics 61 (8), 1107-1120, 2011
192011
Coupling of a discontinuous Galerkin finite element marine model with a finite difference turbulence closure model
T Kärnä, V Legat, E Deleersnijder, H Burchard
Ocean Modelling 47, 55-64, 2012
122012
Design of a sampling strategy to optimally calibrate a reactive transport model: Exploring the potential for Escherichia coli in the Scheldt Estuary
A de Brauwere, F De Ridder, O Gourgue, J Lambrechts, R Comblen, ...
Environmental modelling & software 24 (8), 969-981, 2009
102009
LS-SVM functional network for time series prediction.
T Kärnä, F Rossi, A Lendasse
ESANN 2006, 473-478, 2006
92006
CosmoFlow: Using deep learning to learn the universe at scale
A Mathuriya, D Bard, P Mendygral, L Meadows, J Arnemann, L Shao, ...
SC18: International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking …, 2018
82018
Water age in the Columbia River estuary
T Kärnä, AM Baptista
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 183, 249-259, 2016
82016
Thetis coastal ocean model: discontinuous Galerkin discretization for the three-dimensional hydrostatic equations
T Kärnä, SC Kramer, L Mitchell, DA Ham, MD Piggott, AM Baptista
Geoscientific Model Development 11, 4359-4382, 2018
72018
Metagenomic evidence for reciprocal particle exchange between the mainstem estuary and lateral bay sediments of the lower Columbia River
MW Smith, RE Davis, ND Youngblut, T Kärnä, L Herfort, RJ Whitaker, ...
Frontiers in microbiology 6, 1074, 2015
62015
Gaussian basis functions for chemometrics
T Kärnä, F Corona, A Lendasse
Journal of Chemometrics: A Journal of the Chemometrics Society 22 (11‐12 …, 2008
62008
Simple test cases for validating a finite element unstructured grid fecal bacteria transport model
T Kärnä, E Deleersnijder, A De Brauwere
Applied Mathematical Modelling 34 (10), 3055-3070, 2010
42010
Discontinuous Galerkin modeling of the Columbia River’s coupled estuary-plume dynamics
V Vallaeys, T Kärnä, P Delandmeter, J Lambrechts, AM Baptista, ...
Ocean Modelling 124, 111-124, 2018
32018
Gaussian fitting based FDA for chemometrics
T Kärnä, A Lendasse
International Work-Conference on Artificial Neural Networks, 186-193, 2007
32007
Discontinuous Galerkin finite element discretization of a strongly anisotropic diffusion operator
A Pestiaux, SA Melchior, JF Remacle, T Kärnä, T Fichefet, J Lambrechts
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids 75 (5), 365-384, 2014
22014
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