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Contacts

The directory on this page describes and provides links to the GODAE OceanView project office, co-chairs and task teams.

 

GODAE OceanView Project Office


Programme Coordinator

For general information on GODAE OceanView, current events & dates, documents, website and more please contact

Kirsten Wilmer-Becker, Met Office, UK


GODAE OceanView Co-Chairs

For scientific information about the GODAE OceanView work plan and more please contact the GODAE OceanView co-chairs

Andreas Schiller, CSIRO, Australia

Fraser Davidson, DFO, Canada

GODAE OceanView Task Teams


Intercomparison and Validation Task Team (IV-TT)

For information on current intercomparison experiments, metrics and more please contact the group's co-chairs

Fabrice Hernandez, Mercator-Ocean, France

Gregory Smith, Environment Canada


Coastal Ocean and Shelf Seas Task Team (COSS-TT)

For information on about the COSSTT, coastal workshops, publications and more please contact the group's co-chairs

Pierre De Mey, LEGOS, France

Villy Kourafalou, University of Miami /RSMAS, USA


Marine Ecosystem Analysis and Prediction Task Team (MEAP-TT)

For information about the Marine Ecosystem Analysis and Prediction Task Team activities plans please contact the group's co-chairs

Katja Fennel, Dalhousie University, Canada

Marion Gehlen, LCSE-IPSL, France


Observing System Evaluation Task Team (OSEval-TT)

For information on current observing system experiments please contact the group's co-chairs

Peter Oke, CSIRO, Australia

Gilles Larnicol, CLS, France


Coupled Prediction Task Team (CP-TT)

For information on the coupled prediction task team please contact the group's chair

Hal Ritchie, Environment Canada, Canada

Chris Harris, Met Office, UK


Data Assimilation Task Team (DA-TT)

For information on the Data Assimilation Task Team activities please contact the group's co-chairs

Matt Martin, Met Office, UK

Andrew M Moore, The University of California Santa Cruz, USA