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  1. Uncertainties in return values from extreme value analysis of peaks over threshold using the generalised Pareto distribution

    Jonathan, P., Randell, D., Wadsworth, J. & Tawn, J., 15/01/2021, In: Ocean Engineering. 220, 17 p., 107725.

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  2. Assessment of return value estimates from stationary and non-stationary extreme value models

    Mackay, E. & Jonathan, P., 1/07/2020, In: Ocean Engineering. 207, 20 p., 107406.

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  3. Design conditions for waves and water levels using extreme value analysis with covariates

    Feld, G., Randell, D., Ross, E. & Jonathan, P., 10/02/2019, In: Ocean Engineering. 173, p. 851-866 16 p.

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  4. A simple spatial model for extreme tropical cyclone seas

    Wada, R., Waseda, T. & Jonathan, P., 1/12/2018, In: Ocean Engineering. 169, p. 315-325 11 p.

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  5. Uncertainty quantification in estimation of extreme environments

    Jones, M., Hansen, H. F., Zeeberg, A. R., Randell, D. & Jonathan, P., 11/2018, In: Coastal Engineering. 141, p. 36-51 6 p.

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  6. On the spatial dependence of extreme ocean storm seas

    Ross, E., Kereszturi, M., van Nee, M., Randell, D. & Jonathan, P., 15/11/2017, In: Ocean Engineering. 145, Supplement C, p. 359-372 14 p.

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  7. Efficient estimation of return value distributions from non-stationary marginal extreme value models using Bayesian inference

    Ross, E., Randell, D., Ewans, K., Feld, G. & Jonathan, P., 15/09/2017, In: Ocean Engineering. 142, p. 315-328 14 p.

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  8. Lie algebras with nilpotent length greater than that of each of their subalgebras

    Towers, D. A., 06/2017, In: Algebras and Representation Theory. 20, 3, p. 735-750 16 p.

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  9. Extreme value estimation using the likelihood-weighted method

    Wada, R., Waseda, T. & Jonathan, P., 15/09/2016, In: Ocean Engineering. 124, p. 241-251 11 p.

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  10. Statistics of extreme ocean environments: Non-stationary inference for directionality and other covariate effects

    Jones, M., Randell, D., Ewans, K. & Jonathan, P., 1/06/2016, In: Ocean Engineering. 119, p. 30-46 17 p.

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  11. Distributions of return values for ocean wave characteristics in the South China Sea using directional-seasonal extreme value analysis

    Randell, D., Feld, G., Ewans, K. & Jonathan, P., 2015, In: Environmetrics. 26, 6, p. 442-450 9 p.

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