**REFEREED Publications**

- Kalogirou A; Bokhove O; Ham D (2017) Modelling of nonlinear wave-buoy dynamics using constrained variational methods Proceedings of the International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering - OMAE. Proceedings of the International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering - OMAE, doi:10.1115/OMAE2017-61966
- Kalogirou A; Bokhove O (2016) Mathematical and numerical modelling of wave impact on wave-energy buoys Proceedings of the International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering - OMAE. Proceedings of the International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering - OMAE, doi:10.1115/OMAE2016-54937
- Presentation at workshop in Vienna 2017 with work-to-date on slide 5: On variational water wave modeling —with buoys/symmetric ships, including dates and links.
- O.B., Anna Kalogirou, David Henry, Gareth Thomas 2019: A novel rogue-wave-energy device with wave amplification and induction actuator. In: 13th European Wave and Tidal Energy Conference 2019, Napoli, Italy. EWTEC2019, refereed.
- O.B. 2021:
- On communicating cost-effectiveness of flood-mitigation schemes. Angers, France. ESREL conference proceedings 8pp. Accepted.
- J. Bolton, O.B., D. Borman, A. Kalogirou, H. Thompson 2021:
- Towards optimization of a wave-to-wire energy device in a breakwater contraction. EWTEC2021 conference proceedings. Plymouth Sept. 10pp. Revision submitted.

- 60. O.B., Anna Kalogirou, David Henry, Gareth Thomas 2020:
- A novel rogue-wave-energy device with wave amplification and induction actuator.
*International Marine Energy Journal*30, 37-43. IMEJ - A novel rogue-wave-energy device with wave amplification and induction actuator.
- 59. O.B., Tiffany Hicks, Wout Zweers, Tom Kent 2020:
- Wetropolis extreme rainfall and flood demonstrator: from mathematical design to outreach and research. EarthArxiv 2019 & GitHub design link.
*Hydrology and Earth System Sciences*24, 2483-2503. HESS. - 58. O.B., Mark Kelmanson, Tom Kent, Giullaume Piton, Jean-Marc Tacnet 2020:
- A cost-effectiveness protocol for flood-mitigation plans based on Leeds’ Boxing Day 2015 floods
*Water*12(3), 652. MDPI and https://doi.org/10.3390/w12030652- O.B., Mark Kelmanson, Tom Kent 2018a: On using flood-excess volume in flood mitigation, exemplified for the River Aire Boxing Day Flood of 2015. 2x rejected evidence-synthesis (ie accessible also to decision-makers) article to Proc. Roy. Soc. A. July 2018 (was actually incorrectly reviewed as a research article, which it is not).
- A cost-effectiveness protocol for flood-mitigation plans based on Leeds’ Boxing Day 2015 floods
- 57. O.B., Anna Kalogirou, Wout Zweers 2019:
- From bore-soliton-splash to a new wave-to-wire wave-energy model. Online
*Water Waves*Vol 1, issue 2, 217-258. 10.1007/s42286-019-00022-9 1st submission in Eartharxiv. - From bore-soliton-splash to a new wave-to-wire wave-energy model. Online
- 56. O.B., Mark Kelmanson, Tom Kent, Giullaume Piton, Jean-Marc Tacnet 2019:
- Communicating (nature-based) solutions using flood-excess volume for three UK and French river floods.
- Online
*River Research and Applications*35, 1402-1414. (Rejected directly by Proc. Roy Soc. A. in 2018) - 55. Salwa, Bokhove, Kelmanson 2017:
- Variational modelling of wave-structure interactions with an offshore wind-turbine mast. J. Eng. Maths. Firedrake: numerics demo available
- 54. Tom Kent, O.B., Steve Tobias 2017:
- A modified shallow water model for investigating convective-scale data assimilation. Tellus A DOI. GitHub: numerical model available
- 53. Floriane Gidel, O.B., Anna Kalogirou 2017:
- Variational modelling of extreme waves through oblique interaction of solitary waves.
*Nonlinear Processes in Geophys.***24**, 43-60. Firedrake: numerics demo. Zenodo: numerics all simulations. - Variational modelling of extreme waves through oblique interaction of solitary waves.
- 52. Sander van Oers, Leo Maas, O.B. 2017:
- Hamiltonian discontinuous Galerkin Finite Element Method for Internal Gravity Waves
*J. Comp. Phys.***330**, 770-793 - Hamiltonian discontinuous Galerkin Finite Element Method for Internal Gravity Waves
- 51. A. Kalogirou, E.E. Moulopoulou, O.B. 2016:
- Variational finite element method for Waves in a Hele-Shaw Tank.
*Appl. Math. Modelling.*doi: 10.1016/j.apm.2016.02.036 - Variational finite element method for Waves in a Hele-Shaw Tank.
- 50. E. Gagarina, V.R. Ambati, S. Nurijanyan, J.J.W. van der Vegt and O.B. 2016:
- On variational and symplectic time integrators for Hamiltonian systems.

J. Comp. Phys. 306, 370-389. DOI (Ch. 3 of Gagarina's PhD Thesis with test from Ch. 4). - On variational and symplectic time integrators for Hamiltonian systems.
- 49. O.B. and Anna Kalogirou 2016:
- Variational Water Wave Modelling: from Continuum to Experiment.

Lecture Notes on the Theory of Water Waves, Edited by: Bridges, Groves and Nicholls, London Mathematical Society Lecture Notes Series**426**, 226-259 (including simulation of soliton splash w. Benney-Luke system). Firedrake: numerics demo. GitHub: numerics all simulations. - Variational Water Wave Modelling: from Continuum to Experiment.
- 48. A. Thornton, Bram van der Horn, Elena Gagarina, Devaraj van der Meer, Wout Zweers, O.B. 2014:
- Hele-Shaw Beach Creation by Breaking Waves.
*Env. Fluid Dyn.*14, 1123-1145. DOI - Hele-Shaw Beach Creation by Breaking Waves.
- 48a. Onno Bokhove, Bram van der Horn, Devaraj van der Meer, Anthony Thornton, Wout Zweers 2014:
- On wave-driven ``shingle'' beach dynamics in a table-top Hele-Shaw cell. Proc. Int. Conf. Coastal Engineering, Seoul, 2014. 15 pp.
- (Preprint available upon request, including a section on building the Hele-Shaw cell.)
- 47. W. Kristina, O.B. and B. van Groesen 2014:
- Effective coastal boundary conditions for tsunami wave run-up over sloping bathymetry. Nonl. Proc. Geophys. 21, 987-1005.
- 46. E. Gagarina, V.R. Ambati, J van der Vegt and O.B. 2014:
- Variational space-time DGFEM for nonlinear free surface waves.
*J. Comp Phys.*275, 459-483.- Download DOI [Note that version in this link is incorrect: incorrect eprint; mistake VdV, corrected by Ambati, Gagarina & Bokhove; I had asked this version to be removed; version does not have my permission to be online. The swapping of the integral boundaries in (17) is incorrect for moving boundaries and the evaluation in (21) is dubious. Using the original 2011-2012 derivations (draft 2011 one here) that had led to the working codes, this was all corrected in the revision; discussion about it was categorically refused and dismissed Trumpian-style as "an opinion"; I had taken Dr Ambati's doubts, which triggered the corrections in the revision, seriously. I thought I could refute them but they turned out to be correct, signalling mistakes. Dutch funding agency NWO does not care about fixing mistakes: they declared this first-year integral swapping mistake to be very difficult, frontier science in order to avoid declaring it a mistake that needed fixing. Dutch science for you.]
- Variational space-time DGFEM for nonlinear free surface waves.
- 45. D. Tunuguntla, O.B., A. Thornton 2014:
- A mixture theory for size and density segregation in shallow granular free-surface flows.
*J. Fluid Mech.*749. - A mixture theory for size and density segregation in shallow granular free-surface flows.
- 44. S. Nurijanyan, O.B. and L.R.M. Maas 2013:
- Inertial waves in a cuboid. Note on series solutions. Phys. Fluids
**25**126601 eprint & Download DOI - Inertial waves in a cuboid. Note on series solutions. Phys. Fluids
- 43. E. Gagarina, J.J.W. van der Vegt and O.B. 2013:
- Horizontal Circulation and Jumps in Hamiltonian Water Wave Model.

*Nonlinear Processes in Geophysics***20**, 483-500. Paper & eprint - Horizontal Circulation and Jumps in Hamiltonian Water Wave Model.
- 42. S. Nurijanyan, J.J.W. van der Vegt, O.B. 2013:
- Hamiltonian DGFEM for rotating linear incompressible Euler equations: inertial waves -download eprint. J. Comp. Phys. 241, 502-525. Download paper/DOI
- 41. Thornton, Weinhart, Luding, O.B. 2012:
Frictional dependence of shallow granular flows from particle simulations.
- Eur. Phys. J.
**35**, 127. eprints. Level 2/3. - Eur. Phys. J.
- 40. Thornton, Weinhart, Luding, O.B. 2012:
Modelling of particle size segregation: calibration using the discrete particle method.
- Int. J. Mod. Phys. C.
**23**, 1240014. eprints Level 2. - Int. J. Mod. Phys. C.
- 39. Weinhart, Thornton, Luding, O.B. 2012:
- From granular particles to continuum fields near a bounday. Special Issue. Granular Matter
**14**, 289-294. eprints.

Level 4 paper but was scaled down to level 3? Mind you, all these 4 granular papers have high citations even though only 1 is level 4 imo. - From granular particles to continuum fields near a bounday. Special Issue. Granular Matter
- 38. Weinhart, Thornton, Luding, O.B. 2012:
- Closure relations for shallow granular flows from particle simulations. Granular Matter
**14**, 531-552. eprints.Level 3. - Closure relations for shallow granular flows from particle simulations. Granular Matter
- 37. O.B., Elena Gagarina, Wout Zweers, Anthony Thornton 2011: Bore Soliton Splash -van spektakel tot oceaangolf?
- Ned. Tijdschrift voor Natuurkunde. Popular science version in Dutch.
**77/12**, 446-450 - Ned. Tijdschrift voor Natuurkunde. Popular science version in Dutch.
- 36. Sollie, Van der Vegt and Bokhove 2011:
- Space-time discontinuous Galerkin Finite Element Method for two-fluid flows. J. Comp. Physics 230, 789-817.
- 35. C. Cotter and O. Bokhove 2010:
- Water wave model with accurate dispersion and vertical vorticity. Peregrine Commemorative Issue
*J. Eng. Maths.***67**, 33-54. Download eprint & link - Water wave model with accurate dispersion and vertical vorticity. Peregrine Commemorative Issue
- 34. O. Bokhove and Marcel Oliver 2009:
- Hamiltonian N layer model for atmospheric dynamics. (memo 2008)
*Geophys. Astrophys. Fluid Dyn.***103**(6), 423-442. Download DOI - Hamiltonian N layer model for atmospheric dynamics. (memo 2008)
- 33. Onno Bokhove and Vijaya R. Ambati 2009:
Hybrid Rossby-shelf modes in a laboratory ocean.
*J. Phys. Ocean.***39**(10), 2523-2542.- Part of special collection in honour of Joe Pedlosky's 70th birthday in 2008.
- Hybrid Rossby-shelf modes simulation with discontinuous Galerkin FEM: potential vorticity "omega" and streamfunction Psi
- Laboratory visualizations: Hybrid Rossby-shelf mode travelling through a cylindrical laboratory ocean
- 32. Sander Rhebergen, Onno Bokhove, and Jaap van der Vegt, 2009:
- Discontinuous Galerkin finite element methods for shallow two-phase flows.
*CMAME***198**, 819-830. - Discontinuous Galerkin finite element methods for shallow two-phase flows.
- 31. Ben Akers and Onno Bokhove, 2008:
Hydraulic flow through a contraction: multiple steady states.
eprints.
*Phys. Fluids.***20**, 056601.- Movie (Akers & B. '05): multiple steady states in horizontal channel; pink water; bird's eye view.
- Movie (Akers & B. '07): reservoir state.
- 30. Y. Xu, J.J.W. van der Vegt, and O. Bokhove, 2008:
- Discontinuous Hamiltonian Finite Element Method for a Bilinear Poisson Bracket.
*J. Sci. Comput.***35**, 242-265.

doi:10.1007/s10915-008-9191-y. Link to journal.

Based on a Finite Volume exercise vi of Bokhove in the course (2005) numerical techniques for PDE's.

**Simple exercise led to thesis Shavarsh Nurijanyan, papers in 2013 & 2017 and Will Booker's work. Example of Leeds' research-led teaching.** - Discontinuous Hamiltonian Finite Element Method for a Bilinear Poisson Bracket.
- 29. P. Tassi, S. Rhebergen, C. Vionnet, and O. Bokhove, 2008:
- A discontinuous Galerkin finite element model for bed evolution under shallow flows.
*Comp. Methods Appl. Mech. Eng.***197**, 2930-2947. pdf. - A discontinuous Galerkin finite element model for bed evolution under shallow flows.
- 28. Sander Rhebergen, Onno Bokhove, and Jaap van der Vegt, 2008:
- Discontinuous Galerkin finite element methods for hyperbolic nonconservative partial differential equations.
*J. Comp. Phys.***227**, 1887-1922.

**Level 4 paper with high citations & leading to JCP 2014, 2016 papers, lecture notes 2016 with Anna Kalogirou,**

papers with Floriane Gidel, i.e. my work on DGFEM variational time integrators. - Discontinuous Galerkin finite element methods for hyperbolic nonconservative partial differential equations.
- 27. V.R. Ambati and O. Bokhove, 2007:
- Space-time discontinuous Galerkin discretization of rotating shallow water equations.
*J. Comp. Phys.***225**, 1233-1261. eprints. - Space-time discontinuous Galerkin discretization of rotating shallow water equations.
- 26. Van der Vegt, J.J.W., Iszak, F, and Bokhove, O. 2007:
- Error analysis of a continuous-discontinuous Galerkin finite element model for generalized 2D vorticity dynamics.
*Siam J. Num. Anal.***45**, 1349 eprints. - Error analysis of a continuous-discontinuous Galerkin finite element model for generalized 2D vorticity dynamics.
- 25. Bokhove, O. and P. Lynch 2007:
Air parcel and air particles: Hamiltonian dynamics.
*Nieuw Archief voor Wiskunde***5**, 100-106. eprints.- (Accessible article for wider scientific audience. Two reviewers including one focussing especially on mathematical content.)
- 24. L. Pesch, A. Bell, W.E.H. Sollie, V.R. Ambati, O. Bokhove and J.J.W. van der
Vegt, 2007:
- hpGEM- A software framework for Discontinuous Galerkin finite element methods,
*ACM Transactions on Software***33 (4)**. link. - hpGEM- A software framework for Discontinuous Galerkin finite element methods,
- 23. A.W. Vreman, M. Al-Tarazi, J.A.M. Kuipers, M. van Sint Annaland, and O. Bokhove 2007:
- Supercritical shallow granular flow through a contraction: experiment, theory and simulation.
*J. Fluid Mech.***578**, 233-269 See: Text Vreman et al. - Supercritical shallow granular flow through a contraction: experiment, theory and simulation.
- 22. P. Tassi, O. Bokhove, and C. Vionnet, 2007:
- Space discontinuous Galerkin method for shallow water flows -kinetic and HLLC flux, and potential vorticity-generation.
*Advances in water resources***30**, 998-1015. - Space discontinuous Galerkin method for shallow water flows -kinetic and HLLC flux, and potential vorticity-generation.
- 21. V.R. Ambati and O. Bokhove, 2007:
- Space-time finite element shallow water flows.
*J. Comp. Appl. Math.***204 (2)**, 452-462. - Space-time finite element shallow water flows.
- 20. E. Bernsen, O. Bokhove, and D. van der Sar, 2006:
- Numerical prediction of rose growth.
*Acta Horticulturae.***718**, 89-96. Full text with appendices. - Numerical prediction of rose growth.
- 19. Bokhove, O. and Oliver, M. 2006:
*Proc. Roy. Soc. A.***462**, 2575-2592.

Parcel Eulerian-Lagrangian fluid dynamics for rotating geophysical flows.**Explains parcel view of Hamiltonian dynamics of GFD flows with easiest proof of Jacobi Identity for nontrivial noncanonical Hamiltonian dynamics.** - 18. Bernsen, E., Bokhove, O.and Van der Vegt, J.J.W. 2006:
- A (Dis)Continuous Finite Element Model for Generalized 2D Vorticity Dynamics.
*J. Comp. Phys.***212**, 719-747. technical appendices. Memo. 1787 Dept. of Applied Math., Univ. of Twente. ISSN 0169-2690. Based on 2003 MSc thesis of Erik Bernsen & Novel simulations separatrix dynamics relevant to atmosphere - A (Dis)Continuous Finite Element Model for Generalized 2D Vorticity Dynamics.
- 17. Woods, A.W., Bokhove, O., Boer de, A., Hill, B.E. 2006:
- Compressible magma flow in a two-dimensional elastic-walled conduit.
*Earth Planet. Sci. Lett.***246**, 241-250. - Compressible magma flow in a two-dimensional elastic-walled conduit.
- 16. O. Bokhove, 2005:
Hamiltonian restriction of Vlasov equations into two-layer isopycnic and isentropic equations.
*Applied Math. Lett.***18**, 1418-1425. - 15. Bokhove, O., Woods, A.W., and Boer de, A. 2005:
Magma Flow through Elastic-Walled Dikes.
*Theor. Comput. Fluid Dyn.*,**19**, 261-286. Simulation Matlab and c-program software for the article. - 14. O. Bokhove, 2005:
- Flooding and drying in finite-element Galerkin discretizations of shallow-water equations. Part I: One dimension.
*J. Sci. Comput.***22**, 47-82. - Flooding and drying in finite-element Galerkin discretizations of shallow-water equations. Part I: One dimension.
- 14b. O. Bokhove, 2004:
- Flooding and drying in finite-element discretizations of shallow-water equations. Part II: two dimensions. Theory of 2D extension.
- 13. O. Bokhove, 2002: Decompressie van magma in opslagtunnels.
*Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Natuurkunde***68**- (
*J. of the Dutch Physics Association*) 232-235. (English translation with technical appendices: ``Decompression of magma into repository tunnels'', with A.W. Woods, Memo. 1654, Math. Comm. 2002 Faculty of Mathematical Sciences, Univ. of Twente, ISSN 0169-2690.) - (
- 12. Andrew W. Woods, Steve Sparks, Onno Bokhove, Anne-Marie Lejeune,
Chuck Connor, and Brittain Hill 2002:
- Modelling magma-drift interaction at the proposed high-level radioactive waste repository at Yucca Mountain, Nevada, USA.
*Geophys. Res. Lett.***29**10.1029.**Download my most famous paper: level 4 on impact** - Modelling magma-drift interaction at the proposed high-level radioactive waste repository at Yucca Mountain, Nevada, USA.
- 12.b O.B. & A. Woods 1999 J. Geophys. Res.
The decompression of basaltic magma into a sub-surface repository, 18 pp.
**Incredible amount of work, but rejected by J. Geophys. Res. because we did not include dynamic solid or rock mechanics.** - In 2008 and 2011 Wout Zweers, Chuck Connor, Koji Kiyosugi and I did such dynamic fluid-rock aka water-gelation
experiments & modelling (incomplete though), including
a tunnel-breakthrough drilled with a starbucks straw:
- - Movie Dike deflects ``magma'' through inclined mine tunnel without nuclear waste

- Movie Dike deflects ``magma'' through mine tunnel without nuclear waste

- Set-up of theory found in IAVCEI presentation

- Movie magma breaking through rock layer, top layer is more stiff;- in 2011, Wout Zweers and I did some extensions (set-up made in 3 days); view from front, and top & left sides -using three 45 degree mirrors .
-**Key issue: nobody did combined modelling & experiment comparison to date because difficult & multidisciplinary (no funding)**? - - Movie Dike deflects ``magma'' through inclined mine tunnel without nuclear waste
- Underlying the GRL publications are a series of very extensive consulting reports for the USA Nuclear Regulatory Committee:

- Two-dimensional Magma-Repository Interactions, 14 pp. ISSN 0169-2690.

- Numerical Modeling of Magma-Repository Interactions, 97 pp. ISSN 0169-2690.

All never published but incredible influential for NRC because I thought the reviewers were right. Bad luck I guess as well as geophysics' politics. - 11. J. Vanneste and O. Bokhove, 2002:
Dirac-bracket aproach to nearly-geostrophic Hamiltonian balanced models.
*Physica D***164**, 152-167

- 10. Onno Bokhove, 2002:
Eulerian variational principles for stratified hydrostatic equations.
*J. Atmos. Sci.***59**, 1619-1628. - 9. Onno Bokhove, 2000: On hydrostatic flows in isentropic coordinates.
*J. Fluid. Mech.***402**, 291-310. - 8. Onno Bokhove and E.R. Johnson, 1999:
- Hybrid Coastal and Interior Modes for Two-Dimensional Flow in a Cylindrical Ocean.
*J. Phys. Ocean.***29**, 93-118. - Hybrid Coastal and Interior Modes for Two-Dimensional Flow in a Cylindrical Ocean.
- 7. Onno Bokhove, 1999: Wiskunde in Weerkunde.
*Ned. Tijds. voor Nat.*(Meteorology and Mathematics.*Journal of the Dutch Physics Association.)*,**65**, 9-13. - 6. Onno Bokhove, Jacques Vanneste, and Thomas Warn, 1998:
- Variational Principle for Barotropic Quasi-Geostrophic Flows.
*Geophys. Astro. Fluid Dyn.*,**88**, 67-79. - Variational Principle for Barotropic Quasi-Geostrophic Flows.
- 5. Bokhove, O., 1997: Slaving principles, balanced dynamics and the Boussinesq equations.
*J. Atmos. Sci.,***54**, 1662-1674. - 4. Bokhove, O. , and T. G. Shepherd, 1996: On Hamiltonian balanced dynamics and the slowest invariant manifold.
*J. Atmos. Sci.,***53**, 276-297. - 3. Warn, T., O. Bokhove, T. G. Shepherd, and G. K. Vallis, 1995:
- Rossby-number expansions, slaving principles and balance dynamics.
*Quart. J. Roy. Meteor. Soc.,***121**, 723-739. - Rossby-number expansions, slaving principles and balance dynamics.
- 2. Bokhove, O. , C. Bruin, and A. Compagner, 1994:
- Ensemble properties and molecular dynamics of unstable systems
*J. Stat. Phys.,***74,**55-73. - Ensemble properties and molecular dynamics of unstable systems
- 1. A. Compagner, C. Bruin, O. Bokhove, 1991:
Molecular dynamics of unstable systems.
*Int. J. of Modern Physics***C2**

- Woods, A.W., S. Sparks, O. Bokhove, A.M. Lejeune, C. Connor, and B. Hill, 1999:
On the motion of magma following the intersection of a dike with a horizontal subsurface tunnel,
*Eos, Transactions of the American Geophysical Union*, 80(46): F1187. - O.B. and Valerie Zwart, 2010: Fluid Fascinations. Qua Art Qua Science brochure, pp. 6. Pdf posted soon. Booklet available upon request till out of stock.
- O.B., Vladimir Molchanov, Marcel Oliver and Bob Peeters 2013:
- On the rate of convergence of the Hamiltonian particle-mesh method.

In: Meshfree Methods for Partial Differential Equations VI (M. Griebel and M.A. Schweitzer, eds.), Lecture Notes in Computational Science and Engineering Vol. 89, Springer, Berlin, 25-43. - On the rate of convergence of the Hamiltonian particle-mesh method.

- S. Legg and K.M.H. Huijts, 2006:
- Preliminary simulations of internal waves and mixing generated by finite amplitude tidal flow over isolated topography.
*Deep Sea Research, part II.***53**, 140-156. Based on practical work Karin Huijts (M.Sc.) at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution during; Dr. Bokhove strongly stimulated this summer student fellowship with Dr. Legg. 108 citations.

*No acknowledgments of my role*, including all proofreading of interim reports. - Preliminary simulations of internal waves and mixing generated by finite amplitude tidal flow over isolated topography.
- V.R. Ambati and co-authors 2012:
Port-Hamiltonian discretization for Open Channel Flows.
*Systems and Control Letters.*- Gave advice on time integration and numerical fluxes.
*Fully and properly acknowledged!* - Gave advice on time integration and numerical fluxes.
- T. Weinhart, R Hartkamp, AR Thornton, S Luding, Physics of fluids, 2013:
- Coarse-grained local and objective continuum description of three-dimensional granular flows down an inclined surface. 66 citation google scholar;

uses data from and was part of the same research project as my four 2012 granular flow papers. I declined co-authorship, which was accepted with the speed of light, because I could not satisfy (we were moving) the proofreading rule in: Springer's rules.

*No acknowledgements of my contributions*(arranged funding & data of 4 of my other papers are used).

[Mind you nobody is enforcing these rules or codes of conducts, as Springer openly can confirm. Imo such codes of conducts and rules are false advertising.] - Coarse-grained local and objective continuum description of three-dimensional granular flows down an inclined surface. 66 citation google scholar;
- Mercury MD Discrete Element Model by Thornton and Weinhart (2009-2011)
- would not have been build without me stimulating it ab initio, financially via substantial funds (for a Gran Canaria retreat [2011?] from two of my STW projects (on water waves and granular flow), and against the wishes of some. The prject florished.

*No acknowledgments of my contributions*. - would not have been build without me stimulating it ab initio, financially via substantial funds (for a Gran Canaria retreat [2011?] from two of my STW projects (on water waves and granular flow), and against the wishes of some. The prject florished.
- O.B. & A. Woods 1999 J. Geophys. Res. Rejected.
The decompression of basaltic magma into a sub-surface repository, 18 pp.
**Incredible amount of work, but rejected by J. Geophys. Res. because we did not include dynamic solid or rock mechanics. This is the foundation for our Letter my publication no. 12 so while the letter was accepted the founding work was not; it was of course accepted and heavily scrutinized/reviewed by the USA Nuclear Regulatory Committee. It is an example of rejected applied mathematics with consequentially no citations that had a big influence on policy.** - Cabaneros, Hewitt et al. 2018: JBA Trust Challenge:
- A Risk-based Analysis of Small Scale, Distributed, Nature-based Flood Risk Management Measures Deployed on River Networks. Study group report Environmental Industry group April 3-6, Cambridge.

*Full proper acknowledgments of my role*: arranging the problem via JBA Trust and formulation the academic & mathematical modelling questions; thank you for acknowledging my role (because this has become unusual in academia). - A Risk-based Analysis of Small Scale, Distributed, Nature-based Flood Risk Management Measures Deployed on River Networks. Study group report Environmental Industry group April 3-6, Cambridge.
- Cheng B, Cullen M, Esler J, Norbury J, Turner M, Vanneste J, Cheng J 2017:
- A model for moist convection in an ascending atmospheric column. Quarterly Jo. Royal Meteorological Society 143, 2925-2939.
*Full and proper acknowledgment of Maths Foresees.*Based on study group report, see also archive Sept. 2015: Bokhove O, Cheng B, Dedner A, Esler JG, Norbury J, Turner MR, Vanneste J, Cullen MJP. 2016: Convection in a single column –Modelling, algorithm and analysis. In Environmental Modelling in Industry Study Group, 21–24 Sept 2015, Cambridge, UK. Due to being the organiser of the study group, meaning I did not attend the group for 60% of the time, I felt my contributions were too minor to warrant co-authorship. - A model for moist convection in an ascending atmospheric column. Quarterly Jo. Royal Meteorological Society 143, 2925-2939.

- 61. O.B., L. Cantarello, S. Tobias 2021:
- An idealized 1.5-layer isentropic model with convection and precipitation for satellite data assimilation research. Part II: model derivation. Subm. to
*J. Atmos. Sci.* - An idealized 1.5-layer isentropic model with convection and precipitation for satellite data assimilation research. Part II: model derivation. Subm. to
- 62. L. Cantarello, O.B. S. Tobias 2021:
- An idealized 1.5-layer isentropic model with convection and precipitation for satellite data assimilation research. Part I: model dynamics. Subm. to
*J. Atmos. Sci.* - An idealized 1.5-layer isentropic model with convection and precipitation for satellite data assimilation research. Part I: model dynamics. Subm. to
- 63. Floriane Gidel, Mark Kelmanson, O.B. 2020: Variational and numerical modelling strategies for cost-effective simulations of driven free-surface waves.
- Ready for submission to
*JCP*. - Ready for submission to
- 64. Tom Kent, O.B. 2019/2020:
- Ensuring 'well-balanced' shallow water flows via a discontinuous Galerkin finite element method: issues at lowest order. Arxiv. To be submitted.
- 65. T. Kent, G. Inverarity, S. Tobias, O.B. 2020:
- Idealized forecast-assimilation experiments for convective-scale Numerical Weather Prediction. Archived EarthArxiv

- 66. O.B. and Anna Kalogirou 2020: On variational wave-ship interactions, with a finite-element wave-buoy example. For J. Fluid Mech.
- 67. Floriane Gidel, Mark Kelmanson, O.B. 2020:
- Variational and numerical water-wave and surf-zone hydrodynamics. Ready for submission to Water Waves.
- 68. Floriane Gidel, T. Bunnik. G. Kapsenberg, Mark Kelmanson, O.B. 2020:
- Wave-beach interaction in an experiment and numerical wave tank. OMAE 2019 abstract & in preparation for J. Fluid Mech.
- 69. O.B. 2021: Variational water-wave modeling: from deep water to beaches.
Written book chapter.
*Mathematics of Marine Modeling.*Springer. Eds. Deleersnijder, Heemink and Schuttelaars. - 70. O.B., Mark Kelmanson, Tom Kent 2018c:
- Using flood-excess volume in flood mitigation to show that upscaling beaver dams for protection against extreme floods proves unrealistic. Archived Earth-arxiv

- W. Kristina, B. van Groesen, and O.B. 2012-2015:
- Effective Coastal Boundary Conditions for Dispersive Tsunami Propagation.

Rejected Theor. Comput. Fluid Dynamics. 20 pp. Submitted July 2012 (review lasted one year; eprint downloaded over 500x so some people are profiting here). Please refer to Chapter 2 of Kristina's PhD Thesis. - Effective Coastal Boundary Conditions for Dispersive Tsunami Propagation.
- Paul Allen, Caroline Shields, Fryderyk Wilczynski, O.B. Chris Jones, Michael Fairweather 2017:
- Optimisation of nozzle port angle in bubbly flows. Subm. & rejected 28-03 Metallurgical and Materials Trans. B.
- Tunuguntla et al. 2016-2019:
- Granular flows in inclined channels with a linear contraction. Stalled. Related chapter published in PhD thesis without acknowledgement/permission of my input, which was known by the PhD committee (chair).

- Bokhove, Slaved Hamiltonian method a.o.

- 1. Bokhove, O. and A. Compagner, 1990: One-dimensional collapse.
In:
*Computational Physics and Cellular Automata*(A. Pires, D. P Landau and H. Herrmann, eds.), World Scientific, Singapore, 179-182. - 2. Onno Bokhove, 2002:
*Balanced models in Geophysical Fluid Dynamics: Hamiltonian formulation, constraints and formal stability.*CUP-online excerpt*(old draft online)*Chapter 1, 63 pp., in ``Large-Scale Atmosphere-Ocean Dynamics 2, geometric Methods and Models''. Editted by J. Norbury and I. Roulstone, Cambridge University Press. 364 pp, ISBN: 0521807573. - 3. O. Bokhove, and D. Wirosoetisno, 2004: Drying and wetting in finite element shallow-water flows
In:
*Shallow Flows*Research presented at the International Symposium on Shallow Flows, Delft, Netherlands, 2003 Eds. Gerhard H. Jirka and Wim S. J. Uijttewaal, Balkema Publishers. ISBN: 9058097005, 601-608. - 4. O. Bokhove, 2005: Wave-vortex interactions in the atmosphere, and climate prediction. (Preprint.) Official version Proceedings of the ICTAM04 Conference in Warsaw, Poland, Publisher: IPPT PAN, Warsaw 2004, ISBN: 83-89687-01-1, Eds. Witold Gutkowski and Tomasz Kowalewski, 103-116.
- 5. O. Bokhove and A.R. Thornton 2012: Shallow granular flows. Chapter in Handbook of Environmental Fluid Dynamics.

Editor: Joe Fernando; Taylor and Francis.

- Bokhove, O., 1990:
*Veeldeeltjessystemen met Vereenvoudigde Gravitatiepotentialen.*(Many-particle systems with simplified gravitational potentials.), M.Sc. Thesis. Delft University of Technology, 77 pp. - Bokhove, O., 1996:
*On balanced models in Geophysical Fluid Dynamics:**slowest invariant manifolds, slaving principles, and Hamiltonian Structure:*Ph.D. Dissertation. University of Toronto, 186 pp.

Veluwe Rally 100km River IJssel: 7:07 (2:58) 2007 [6:55 (3:00) 2006 (7hrs 6min (3:00) 2005; 7hrs 21min, 2004; 6hrs 51min in 2002; ~20min=2x10min rest]

- (vi) Profs Bokhove/Tobias NERC DTP PhD Position with UK Met Office, Drs Bell, Inverarity and Migliorini.
- (v) Various open PhD positions in our new EPSRC Fluid Dynamics Centre at Leeds, in collaboration with HR Wallingford (hydraulic research), EDF France/UK (hydraulics research), Tata Steel (Teesside), MTI Holland (dredging research), Netherlands Institute for Sea Research (Prof. Maas), Chemical Engineering University of Eindhoven (prof. Kuipers), Physics of Fluids Group University of Twente (Prof. Van der Meer).
- (iv) Research Assistant (postdoc), Anna Kalogirou, 2014.
- (ii, iii) EU European Industry Doctorate: two ESRs/PhDs Floriane Gidel/Tomasz Salwa, 2014.
- (i) EPSRC CASE on "Data Assimilation for Idealised Mathematical Models of Weather Prediction"
with the Met. Office. 2013-2016. PhD: Tom Kent.

- 4. B. van Groesen with Onno Bokhove and Andonowati 2007-06-07 Nearshore tsunami modelling and simulation. NWO ALW. Approved. Ph.D.: Wenny Kristina 2008-2012.
- 3. O. Bokhove and J.J.W. van der Vegt 2007-05-16 A numerical wave tank for complex wave and current interactions, Proposal to STW, Dutch Engineering council. Approved Dec. 2007. PhD: Shavarsh Nurijanyan 2009-2012. Postdoc: Vijaya Ambati.
- 2. O. Bokhove and J.J.W. van der Vegt 2008 Compatible mathematical models for coastal hydrodynamics. Awarded. NWO EW-proposal 15-01-2008. PhD: Elena Gagarina.
- 1. "Polydispersed granular flow through inclined channels -influence of particle characteristics, channel rotation and geometry"

STW/Neth. Eng. Res. Council with users: Corus, Unilever, BASF; four university groups from UT and TUe. PI. Approved 2010. PhD: DT.

My supervision was interrupted because I disagree, cf. multiple ethics codes including the one cited above and below, with submission of manuscripts to journals or archives before all co-authors have been asked for and have given consent. This concerned: (I) 1 JFM submission published in 2014 (in which I had to intervene through the editor to fix several mistakes including 1 big simulation error) and II) 1 archive submission (in which 2 of the 4 co-authors have never been asked for approval). I had written the STW proposal in 2007-2008 after a successful and nice collaboration with Prof Hans Kuipers (TUe) in 2006-2010. My (informal) requests for moderation were dismissed and/or ignored (at both provincial and national levels).**The conclusion is that ethics' codes exist only for show, not for content.**

with an appendix ``Slaved Hamiltonian dynamics'' by O. Bokhove and T.G. Shepherd. 21 pp. Notes.

Email: O.Bokhove TE maths.leeds.ac.uk