Susan Rennie
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The Leeuwin Current and its eddies: An introductory overview
AM Waite, PA Thompson, S Pesant, M Feng, LE Beckley, CM Domingues, ...
Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography 54 (8-10), 789-796, 2007
Physical properties and processes in the Perth Canyon, Western Australia: Links to water column production and seasonal pygmy blue whale abundance
S Rennie, CE Hanson, RD McCauley, C Pattiaratchi, C Burton, ...
Journal of Marine Systems 77 (1-2), 21-44, 2009
Eddy formation through the interaction between the Leeuwin Current, Leeuwin Undercurrent and topography
SJ Rennie, CP Pattiaratchi, RD McCauley
Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography 54 (8-10), 818-836, 2007
BARRA v1. 0: the Bureau of Meteorology atmospheric high-resolution regional reanalysis for Australia
CH Su, N Eizenberg, P Steinle, D Jakob, P Fox-Hughes, CJ White, ...
Geoscientific Model Development 12 (5), 2049-2068, 2019
Numerical simulation of the circulation within the Perth Submarine Canyon, Western Australia
SJ Rennie, CB Pattiaratchi, RD McCauley
Continental Shelf Research 29 (16), 2020-2036, 2009
3D-Var assimilation of insect-derived Doppler radar radial winds in convective cases using a high-resolution model
SJ Rennie, SL Dance, AJ Illingworth, SP Ballard, D Simonin
Monthly Weather Review 139 (4), 1148-1163, 2011
Common orientation and layering of migrating insects in southeastern A ustralia observed with a D oppler weather radar
SJ Rennie
Meteorological Applications 21 (2), 218-229, 2014
The accuracy of Doppler radar wind retrievals using insects as targets
SJ Rennie, AJ Illingworth, SL Dance, SP Ballard
Meteorological Applications 17 (4), 419-432, 2010
Thermal structure above the Perth Canyon reveals Leeuwin Current, Undercurrent and weather influences and the potential for upwelling
SJ Rennie, RD McCauley, CB Pattiaratchi
Marine and Freshwater Research 57 (8), 849-861, 2006
Western Australian exercise area blue whale project
R McCauley, J Bannister, C Burton, C Jenner, S Rennie, CS Kent
Final summary report. Milestone 6, 2004-29, 2004
Bayesian echo classification for Australian single-polarization weather radar with application to assimilation of radial velocity observations
SJ Rennie, M Curtis, J Peter, AW Seed, PJ Steinle, G Wen
Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology 32 (7), 1341-1355, 2015
Doppler weather radar in Australia
SJ Rennie
Australian Bureau of Meteorology, 2012
Factors affecting the use and outcomes of interactive science exhibits in community settings
LJ Rennie, RS Evans, FE Mayne, SJ Rennie
Visitor Studies 13 (2), 222-237, 2010
Oceanographic processes in the Perth Canyon and their impact on productivity
SJ Rennie
Curtin University, 2005
Western Australian exercise area blue whale project: final summary report
R McCauley, J Bannister, CLK Burton, KCS Jenner, S Rennie, CS Kent
CMST Report R2004–29, Project 350, 1-73, 2004
On differentiating ground clutter and insect echoes from Doppler weather radars using archived data
SJ Rennie, AJ Illingworth, SL Dance
Atmospheric Measurement Techniques Discussions 3 (2), 1843-1860, 2010
Western Australian Exercise Area Blue Whale Project, final summary report, milestone 6
R McCauley, J Bannister, C Burton, C Jenner, S Rennie, C Salgado Kent
CMST Report R2004-29. Centre for Marine Science & Technology, Bentley, Australia, 2004
A Bayesian methodology for detecting anomalous propagation in radar reflectivity observations
JR Peter, A Seed, P Steinle, S Rennie, M Curtis
Centre for Australian Weather and Climate Research, 2014
Impact of Doppler radar wind observations on Australian high-resolution numerical weather prediction
S Rennie, L Rikus, N Eizenberg, P Steinle, M Krysta
Weather and Forecasting 35 (2), 309-324, 2020
Using global navigation satellite system data for real-time moisture analysis and forecasting over the Australianregion I. The system
J Le Marshall, R Norman, D Howard, S Rennie, M Moore, J Kaplon, ...
Journal of Southern Hemisphere Earth Systems Science 69 (1), 161-171, 2020
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