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Splinter session "OPSS" - Ocean Prediction Systems and Services (theme 5) The OPSS splinter session are convened by Chris Harris (Met Office), Gerg Smith (ECCC) and Guimei Liu (NMEFC) [expand title="OPSS Splinter session description"]Operational Oceanography relies on Environmental Prediction Systems to provide a variety of products that best describe ocean conditions in the past, present and future. These systems assemble available data, and through data assimilation with models, provide the most comprehensive and accurate descriptions of ocean conditions available. To extract value from these ocean products, Marine Monitoring and Forecasting services have been established that provide end users with observations and forecast information in support of marine applications. [/expand] This session includes four splinters:

DateTime SplinterTitle Room
Monday, 6 May (day 1)13:15 - 15:00 OPSS-1Ocean reanalysis and applicationsTBC
Monday, 6 May (day 1)15:30 - 17:15 OPSS-2Biogeochemical, waves and storm surgeTBC
Tuesday, 7 May (day 2)11:00 - 12:30 OPSS-3Global and Regional prediction Systems ITBC
Tuesday, 7 May (day 2)13:30 - 15:00 OPSS-4Global and Regional prediction Systems IITBC
Tuesday, 7 May (day 2)15:30 - 17:00 OPSS-4Global and Regional prediction Systems IIITBC
Tuesday, 8 May (day 3)11:00 - 12:30 OPSS-4VerificationTBC

OPSS-1: Ocean Reanalysis and applications This session will present latest developments in ocean reanalyses, at a range of resolutions both globally and regionally, with application to the better understanding of ocean processes, studies of ocean variability and the impact of climate change on the ocean state, and initialisation of seasonal and longer term predictions. Monday, 6 May: 13:15 - 15:00 Room: TBC Session chairs: Marie Drevillon and Chris Harris

13:15 - 13:303591233
 The Copernicus Marine Service Global Reanalysis Ensemble Product GREP: deriving robustness estimates for ocean variability over the altimetry era
 Drevillon, Marie, Drillet, Yann, Bourdallé-Badie, Romain, von Schuckmann, Karina, Gounou, Amanda, Masina, Simona, Cipollone, Andrea, Jackson, Laura, Wood, Richard, Zuo, Hao, Peterson, Andrew, Bricaud, Clément, Balmaseda, Magdalena, Storto, Andrea
 tr
13:45 - 14:003575342
 The Copernicus Marine Environment Monitoring Service global ocean 1/12° physical reanalysis GLORYS12V1: description and quality assessment
 Lellouche, Jean-Michel, Bourdallé-Badie, Romain, Le Galloudec, Olivier, Greiner, Eric, Garric, Gilles, Drévillon, Marie, Regnier, Charly, Bricaud, Clément, Drillet, Yann, Le Traon, Pierre-Yves
 tr
13:30 - 13:453552153
 A high resolution global Ocean Analysis (IGOA)
 Singh, Prerna, Sankar Banerjee, Deep, Chatterjee, Abhisek, Das Gupta, M, PA, Francis, Reddy, Siva
 tr
14:00 - 14:153600603
 Post validation of the Four-dimensional Ocean Reanalysis of the Western North Pacific over 30 years (FOR A-WNP30)
 Wakamatsu, Tsuyoshi, Usui, Norihisa, Fujii, Yosuke, Tanaka, Yusuke, Ishikawa, Yoichi
 tr
14:15 - 14:303607634
 Comparison of Three Global Ocean Reanalyses, NRL Global Ocean Forecast System (GOFS), Mercator GLobal Ocean ReanalYSis (GLORYS) and U. Maryland Simple Ocean Data Assimilation (SODA)
 Shriver, Jay, Richman, James, Metzger, E., Hogan, Patrick, Smedstad, Ole
 tr
14:30 - 14:453551733
 An LETKF-based ocean reanalysis for the Asia-Oceania region using Himawari-8 SSTs and SMOS/SMAP SSS
 Ohishi, Shun, Hihara, Tsutomu, Aiki, Hidenori, Ishizaka, Joji, Miyazawa, Yasumasa, Kachi, Misako
 tr
14:45 - 15:003551831
 Investigating atmospheric blocking and linkages between Arctic sea-ice condition and SST
 An, Byoung Woon, Lee, Sang Min, Chang, Pil-Hun, Hyun, Yu-Kyung, Kim, Yoon Jae

OPSS-2: Biogeochemical, waves and storm surge This session reflects the increasing number of earth system components now being run operationally in different centres. A particular focus will be developments and challenges around the use of biogeochemical models in both real-time and reanalysis mode, including the observations used for assimilation and verification. Applications to water quality, ecosystems and fisheries will also be covered along with forecast capabilities for waves, storm surge, extreme currents, oil drift, and search & rescue. Monday, 6 May: 15:30 - 17:15 Room: TBC Session chairs : Susan Allen and Susan Kay

15:30 - 15:453608280
 SalishSeaCast: Coupled bio-chem-physical Ocean Model with downstream Waves, Near-shore Circulation and Oil Spill Model
 Drevillon, Marie, Drillet, Yann, Bourdallé-Badie, Romain, von Schuckmann, Karina, Gounou, Amanda, Masina, Simona, Cipollone, Andrea, Jackson, Laura, Wood, Richard, Zuo, Hao, Peterson, Andrew, Bricaud, Clément, Balmaseda, Magdalena, Storto, Andrea
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15:45 - 16:003561612
 The MULTI OBSERVATION Thematic Assembly Centre of the Copernicus Marine Environment Monitoring Service
 Lellouche, Jean-Michel, Bourdallé-Badie, Romain, Le Galloudec, Olivier, Greiner, Eric, Garric, Gilles, Drévillon, Marie, Regnier, Charly, Bricaud, Clément, Drillet, Yann, Le Traon, Pierre-Yves
 tr
16:00 - 16:153564600
 Operational biogeochemical modelling at the UK Met Office: developments and challenges
 Singh, Prerna, Sankar Banerjee, Deep, Chatterjee, Abhisek, Das Gupta, M, PA, Francis, Reddy, Siva
 tr
16:15 - 16:303573931
 Toward the assimilation of biogeochemical data in the CMEMS BIOMER coupled physical-biogeochemical operational system
 Wakamatsu, Tsuyoshi, Usui, Norihisa, Fujii, Yosuke, Tanaka, Yusuke, Ishikawa, Yoichi
 tr
16:30 - 16:453607634
 The CMEMS Mediterranean biogeochemical operational system: new features and uncertainty of model results
 Shriver, Jay, Richman, James, Metzger, E., Hogan, Patrick, Smedstad, Ole
 tr
16:45 - 17:003599378
 Validation of the NCEP WAVEWATCH III® Global Wave Model
 Ohishi, Shun, Hihara, Tsutomu, Aiki, Hidenori, Ishizaka, Joji, Miyazawa, Yasumasa, Kachi, Misako
 tr
17:00 - 17:153559955
 The operational model system of the BSH for German coastal waters – status, products and outlook
 An, Byoung Woon, Lee, Sang Min, Chang, Pil-Hun, Hyun, Yu-Kyung, Kim, Yoon Jae

OBS-3: Capturing global/basin scale ocean variations through observation and data assimilation Description [expand title="Session talks OBS-3"] Tuesday, 7 May (day 2), 11:00 - 12:30

Time Presenter Affiliation Title
11:00-11:15Michael McPhadenNOAA/ PMELThe 2018-19 El Nino
11:15-11:30Yosuke FujiiJMA-MRI10-year Efforts of Evaluating the Tropical Pacific Observing Systems using ocean data assimilation and prediction
11:30-11:45Eric HackertNASA/GMAOImpact of Satellite Sea Surface Salinity Observations on ENSO Predictions from the GMAO Seasonal Forecast System
11:45-12:00Fabrice HernandezIRD/LEGOS/UFPEThe PIRATA array in the tropical Atlantic: Enhancements and perspectives in support of operational oceanography
12:00-12:15Florent GasparinMercator Ocean InternationalTowards robust estimations of the deep ocean variability with deep Argo
12:15-12:30Robert ToddWoods Hole Oceanographic InstitutionObserving systems for oceanic boundaries

[/expand] OBS-4: To enhance collaboration between observational communities and Oceanpredict (Contribution to OceanObs'19) Description [expand title="Session talks OBS-4"] Tueday, 7 May (day 2), 13:30 - 15:00

Time Presenter Affiliation Title
13:30-13:45John WilkinRutgers UniversityA call for revolution – Better partnerships to coordinate observing and modelling system evolution
13:45-14:00Eric BaylerNOAA/NESDISNOAA/NESDIS Center for Satellite Applications & Research
14:00-14:15Francois MontagnerEUMETSATOperational EUMETSAT Satellite Products and Services for Oceanography: Status and Outlook
14:15-14:30Guillaume CharriaIFREMER/LOPSNational observation infrastructures in a European framework: COAST-HF - An example of a fixed-platform network along French coasts
14:30-14:45Marion GehlenLSCE-IPSLAdvancing marine biogeochemical and ecosystem reanalyses and forecasts as tools for monitoring and managing ecosystem health
14:45-15:00Elisabeth RemyMercator Ocean InternationalObserving System Evaluation and Design Using Ocean Monitoring and Forecasting Systems

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13:15 – 13:303591233
 The Copernicus Marine Service Global Reanalysis Ensemble Product GREP: deriving robustness estimates for ocean variability over the altimetry era.
 Drevillon, Marie¹, Drillet, Yann¹, Bourdallé-Badie, Romain¹, von Schuckmann, Karina¹, Gounou, Amanda², Masina, Simona³, Cipollone, Andrea³, Jackson, Laura⁴, Wood, Richard⁵, Zuo, Hao⁶, Peterson, Andrew⁷, Bricaud, Clément¹, Balmaseda, Magdalena⁶, Storto, Andrea⁸ ¹Mercator Ocean, Ramonville-Saint-Agne, France ²Mercator Ocean / CELAD, Ramonville-Saint-Agne, France ³CMCC, Bologna, Italy ⁴UKMO, Reading, UK ⁵UKMO, Exeter, UK ⁶ECMWF, Reading, UK ⁷Environment Canada, Dorval, Canada ⁸CMRE / NATO, La Spezia, Italy [email protected]
13:30 – 13:453575342
 The Copernicus Marine Environment Monitoring Service global ocean 1/12° physical reanalysis GLORYS12V1: description and quality assessment
 Lellouche, Jean-Michel¹, Bourdallé-Badie, Romain¹, Le Galloudec, Olivier¹, Greiner, Eric², Garric, Gilles¹, Drévillon, Marie¹, Regnier, Charly¹, Bricaud, Clément¹, Drillet, Yann¹, Le Traon, Pierre-Yves¹ ¹Mercator Ocean International, Ramonville Saint Agne, France ²CLS, Ramonville Saint Agne, France [email protected]
13:45 – 14:003552153
 A high resolution global Ocean Analysis (IGOA)
 Singh, Prerna¹, Sankar Banerjee, Deep ¹, Chatterjee, Abhisek¹, Das Gupta, M², PA, Francis¹, Reddy, Siva¹ ¹Indian National Centre for Ocean Information Services, Hyderabad, India ²National Centre for Medium Range Weather Forecasting, Delhi, India, Hyderabad, India [email protected]
14:00 – 14:153600603
 Post validation of the Four-dimensional Ocean Reanalysis of the Western North Pacific over 30 years (FOR A-WNP30)
 Wakamatsu, Tsuyoshi¹, Usui, Norihisa², Fujii, Yosuke², Tanaka, Yusuke³, Ishikawa, Yoichi³ ¹Nansen Center, Bergen, Norway ²Meteorological Research Institute, Tsukuba, Japan ³Japan Agency for Earth and Marine Science and Technology, Yokohama, Japan [email protected]
14:15 – 14:303607634
 Comparison of Three Global Ocean Reanalyses, NRL Global Ocean Forecast System (GOFS), Mercator GLobal Ocean ReanalYSis (GLORYS) and U. Maryland Simple Ocean Data Assimilation (SODA)
 Shriver, Jay¹, Richman, James², Metzger, E.¹, Hogan, Patrick¹, Smedstad, Ole³ ¹U.S. Naval Research Laboratory, Stennis Space Center, MS, USA ²Center for Ocean-Atmospheric Prediction Studies/Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL, USA ³QinetiQ-North America, Stennis Space Center, MS, USA [email protected]
14:30 – 14:453551733
 An LETKF-based ocean reanalysis for the Asia-Oceania region using Himawari-8 SSTs and SMOS/SMAP SSS
 Ohishi, Shun¹, Hihara, Tsutomu², Aiki, Hidenori¹, Ishizaka, Joji¹, Miyazawa, Yasumasa², Kachi, Misako³ ¹Nagoya University, Nagoya, Japan ²JAMSTEC, Yokohama, Japan ³JAXA, Tsukuba, Japan [email protected]
14:45 - 15:003551831
 Investigating atmospheric blocking and linkages between Arctic sea-ice condition and SST
 An, Byoung Woon¹, Lee, Sang Min¹, Chang, Pil-Hun¹, Hyun, Yu-Kyung¹, Kim, Yoon Jae¹ ¹National Institute of Meteorological Sciences, Seogwipo, Korea [email protected]