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 +  * van Leeuwen, Peter Jan; Künsch, Hans R; Nerger, Lars; Potthast, Roland; Reich, Sebastian; ,Particle filters for applications in geosciences,​ [[https://​arxiv.org/​pdf/​1807.10434.pdf|arXiv preprint arXiv:​1807.10434]],​ 2018. Submitted. ​
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   * Roland Potthast, Anne Walter and Andreas Rhodin: <color #​0000aa>​A Localised Adaptive Particle Filter within an Operational NWP Framework</​color>​. Submitted. ​   * Roland Potthast, Anne Walter and Andreas Rhodin: <color #​0000aa>​A Localised Adaptive Particle Filter within an Operational NWP Framework</​color>​. Submitted. ​
  
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-For the full research articles below in 07/2017 around ​1218 citations are recorded by Thompson, which +For the full research articles below in 08/2018 around ​1363 citations are recorded by Thompson, which 
-is an average of 15.42 citations per article. The map on the right indicates the location of institutions+is an average of 17.25 citations per article ​with an h-index of 20Google Scholar records 3591 citations,  
 +an h-index of 31 and an i10-index of 66. Mendeley reports 1509 citations and an h-index of 21.  
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   * Ndifreke Udosen, Roland Potthast: Automated optimization of electrode locations for electrical resistivity tomography 2018 Modeling Earth Systems and Environment,​ pp 1-25; doi:​10.1007/​s40808-018-0472-7 [[https://​link.springer.com/​content/​pdf/​10.1007/​s40808-018-0472-7.pdf|PDF]]   * Ndifreke Udosen, Roland Potthast: Automated optimization of electrode locations for electrical resistivity tomography 2018 Modeling Earth Systems and Environment,​ pp 1-25; doi:​10.1007/​s40808-018-0472-7 [[https://​link.springer.com/​content/​pdf/​10.1007/​s40808-018-0472-7.pdf|PDF]]
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   * Frederik Kurzrock, Sylvain Cros, Fabrice Chane-Ming, Jason A. Otkin, Laurent Linguet, Axel Hutt, Gilles Lajoie, Roland Potthast: Cloudy Data Assimilation: ​ <color #​0000aa>​A Review of the Use of Cloud-Affected Observations from Geostationary Satellites in Regional-Scale Models</​color>,​ Meteorologische Zeitung, accepted. ​   * Frederik Kurzrock, Sylvain Cros, Fabrice Chane-Ming, Jason A. Otkin, Laurent Linguet, Axel Hutt, Gilles Lajoie, Roland Potthast: Cloudy Data Assimilation: ​ <color #​0000aa>​A Review of the Use of Cloud-Affected Observations from Geostationary Satellites in Regional-Scale Models</​color>,​ Meteorologische Zeitung, accepted. ​
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