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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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   * Qazi Muhammad Zaigham Zia and Roland W.E. Potthast: <color #​0000aa>​A Contraction Scheme for Shape Reconstruction Problems in Inverse Fluid Dynamics</​color>,​ Submitted. ​   * Qazi Muhammad Zaigham Zia and Roland W.E. Potthast: <color #​0000aa>​A Contraction Scheme for Shape Reconstruction Problems in Inverse Fluid Dynamics</​color>,​ Submitted. ​
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-For the full research articles below in 08/2018 around ​1401citations ​are recorded by Thompson, which +For the full research articles below in 07/2019 around ​1,871 citations ​are recorded by Scopus, which 
-is an average of 17.51 citations per article with an h-index of 20. Google Scholar records ​3540 citations,  +is an average of more than 18 citations per article with an h-index of 23 
-an h-index of 30 and an i10-index of 64. Mendeley reports 1568 citations and an h-index of 22+Google Scholar records ​3791 citations,  
 +an h-index of 32 and an i10-index of 65
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 +  * Yves-Marie Saint-Drenan,​ Stephan Vogt, Sven Killinger, Jamie M.Bright, Rafael Fritz, Roland Potthast: Bayesian parameterisation of a regional photovoltaic model – Application to forecasting,​ Solar Energy 2019 [[https://​www.sciencedirect.com/​science/​article/​pii/​S0038092X19306279?​dgcid=author|paper online]]
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 +  * J. Waller, E. Bauernschubert,​ S.L. Dance, N.K. Nichols, R. Potthast and D. Simonin: ​ Observation error statistics for Doppler Radar radial wind superobservations assimilated into the DWD COSMO-KENDA system, Monthly Weather Review 2019, accepted for publication. ​
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 +  * Peter Jan van Leeuwen ​ Hans R. Künsch ​ Lars Nerger ​ Roland Potthast ​ Sebastian Reich: Particle filters for high‐dimensional geoscience applications:​ A review, QJRMS 2019 [[https://​rmets.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/​doi/​abs/​10.1002/​qj.3551]]
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 +  * Roland Potthast, Anne Walter and Andreas Rhodin: <color #​0000aa>​A Localised Adaptive Particle Filter within an Operational NWP Framework</​color>​. Monthly Weather Review 2018, [[https://​doi.org/​10.1175/​MWR-D-18-0028.1]]. ​
  
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   * A. J. Illingworth,​ D. Cimini, A. Haefele, M. Haeffelin, M. Hervo, S. Kotthaus, U. Löhnert, P. Martinet, I. Mattis, E. J. O’Connor, and R. Potthast: <color #​0000aa>​How can Existing Ground-Based Profiling Instruments Improve European Weather Forecasts? </​color>​ BAMS 2018, [[https://​doi.org/​10.1175/​BAMS-D-17-0231.1]]. ​   * A. J. Illingworth,​ D. Cimini, A. Haefele, M. Haeffelin, M. Hervo, S. Kotthaus, U. Löhnert, P. Martinet, I. Mattis, E. J. O’Connor, and R. Potthast: <color #​0000aa>​How can Existing Ground-Based Profiling Instruments Improve European Weather Forecasts? </​color>​ BAMS 2018, [[https://​doi.org/​10.1175/​BAMS-D-17-0231.1]]. ​
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-  * Roland Potthast, Anne Walter and Andreas Rhodin: <color #​0000aa>​A Localised Adaptive Particle Filter within an Operational NWP Framework</​color>​. Monthly Weather Review 2018, [[https://​doi.org/​10.1175/​MWR-D-18-0028.1]]. ​ 
  
   * Axel Hutt und Roland Potthast: <color #​0000aa>​Forecast of spectral features by ensemble data assimilation,​ Frontiers in Applied Mathematics and Statistics</​color>,​ section Dynamical Systems, 2018. [[https://​doi.org/​10.3389/​fams.2018.00052]]   * Axel Hutt und Roland Potthast: <color #​0000aa>​Forecast of spectral features by ensemble data assimilation,​ Frontiers in Applied Mathematics and Statistics</​color>,​ section Dynamical Systems, 2018. [[https://​doi.org/​10.3389/​fams.2018.00052]]
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