### Recent

- Riha, S., 2023: Correction (v1) to "A simplistic operational toy model of the northern Bay of Bengal"
- Riha, S., 2022: A simplistic "operational" toy model of the northern Bay of Bengal
- Riha, S., 2021: Harmonic analysis of tide gauge data in the north-eastern Bay of Bengal: Seasonal variation of M2 amplitude
- Riha, S., 2021: Harmonic analysis of tide gauge data in the north-eastern Bay of Bengal: Amplitudes and residuals for 366 day intervals
- Riha, S., 2021: Notes on tidal harmonic analysis software: The IOS Tidal Package and T_Tide
- Riha, S., 2020: Storm surge simulations using ROMS in 2-d mode with grid nesting and wetting/drying
- Riha, S., 2019: Notes on NCEP-NAM ocean winds during hurricane Sandy
- Riha, S., 2019: A review of storm surge data for New York
- Riha, S., 2018: A minimal numerical storm surge model
- Riha, S., 2018: How to generate surface forcing for the SLOSH storm surge model
- Riha, S., 2017: The business of weather and climate risk assessment
- Riha, S., 2017: The ROMS ocean model on AWS
- Riha, S., 2017: Grid generation for numerical ocean models
- Riha, S., 2016: Numerical ocean modeling in the cloud

### Articles

- Riha, S., Peliz, A., 2013:
*A two-layer primitive equation model of an idealized Strait of Gibraltar connected to an eastern basin*. (pdf) Ocean Dynamics 36,6: 615-631. - Riha, S., Eden, C., 2011:
*Lagrangian and Eulerian lateral diffusivities in zonal jets.*(pdf) Ocean Modelling 39,1-2: 114-124.

### Posters

- S. Riha, T. J. McDougall and P. M. Barker, 2014:
*The construction of a 3-d Neutral Density variable for arbitrary data sets*. (pdf) American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting 2014, abstract #A21B-3020 - Riha, S., Eden, C., 2012:
*Lagrangian Signatures of Baroclinically Unstable Flow in a Primitive Equation Model: From the Onset to the Decay of Exponential Perturbation Growth*. (pdf) EGU 2012, Vienna, Austria, April 2012 - Riha, S., Peliz, A., 2012:
*An Idealized Isopycnal 2-Layer Model of the Alboran Sea*. (pdf) EGU 2012, Vienna, Austria, April 2012 - Riha, S., Eden, C., 2011:
*Components of the 3-d Lagrangian Diffusivity Tensor in a Periodic Channel Featuring Zonal Jets*. (pdf) EGU 2011, Vienna, Austria, April 2011 - Riha, S., Peliz, A., 2011:
*Tracing the Mediterranean Outflow back into the Alboran Sea: A numerical modelling study*. (pdf) EGU 2011, Vienna, Austria, April 2011 - Riha, S., Eden, C., 2010:
*Comparing Estimates of Isopycnal Diffusivities in Zonal Jets Obtained from Eulerian Analysis and Lagrangian Particle Statistics*. (pdf) EGU 2010, Vienna, Austria, May 2010. - Riha, S., Griesel, A., Gille, S. T., Eden, C., 2009:
*The Isopycnal Diffusivity Tensor Based on Lagrangian Particle Statistics*. (pdf) WGOMD Workshop on Ocean Mesoscale Eddies, Exeter, UK, April 2009.

### Proposals

- Riha, S., 2016: A proposal for a feasibility study of cloud-based infrastructure services for numerical ocean modellers

### Notes and blog posts

- Riha, S., 2023: Correction (v1) to "A simplistic operational toy model of the northern Bay of Bengal"
- Riha, S., 2022: A simplistic "operational" toy model of the northern Bay of Bengal
- Riha, S., 2021: Harmonic analysis of tide gauge data in the north-eastern Bay of Bengal: Seasonal variation of M2 amplitude
- Riha, S., 2021: Harmonic analysis of tide gauge data in the north-eastern Bay of Bengal: Amplitudes and residuals for 366 day intervals
- Riha, S., 2021: Notes on tidal harmonic analysis software: The IOS Tidal Package and T_Tide
- Riha, S., 2020: Storm surge simulations using ROMS in 2-d mode with grid nesting and wetting/drying
- Riha, S., 2019: Notes on NCEP-NAM ocean winds during hurricane Sandy
- Riha, S., 2019: A review of storm surge data for New York
- Riha, S., 2018: A minimal numerical storm surge model
- Riha, S., 2018: How to generate surface forcing for the SLOSH storm surge model
- Riha, S., 2017: The business of weather and climate risk assessment
- Riha, S., 2017: The ROMS ocean model on AWS
- Riha, S., 2017: Grid generation for numerical ocean models
- Riha, S., 2016: Numerical ocean modeling in the cloud

### Other

- MSc thesis, 2009: The first part is an introduction to conventional eddy diffusivity modelling. In the second part, the velocity field of an eddy-permitting ocean model is used to extract information for eddy diffusivity modelling.
- BSc theses (German), 2007: Numerical simulation of a geostrophically balanced flow in a channel with ROMS.