Articles | Volume 13
https://doi.org/10.5194/asr-13-75-2016
https://doi.org/10.5194/asr-13-75-2016
26 Apr 2016
 | 26 Apr 2016

Twenty-first century wave climate projections for Ireland and surface winds in the North Atlantic Ocean

Sarah Gallagher, Emily Gleeson, Roxana Tiron, Ray McGrath, and Frédéric Dias

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As an island located in the North Atlantic Ocean with a highly energetic wave and wind climate, Ireland is uniquely placed in terms of its ocean renewable energy resource. The socio-economic importance of this resource makes it a priority to quantify how the wave and wind climate may change in the future. We examine how surface winds in the North Atlantic Ocean may change towards the end of this century due to global climate change, and how these changes may affect Ireland's wave climate.