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Science day

 

GOVST-VIII Science Day

For day 4 , Thursday 9 Nov 2017, of the Annual meeting the GOVST are inviting presentations for a Science Day which this year focuses on "The status of the Year of Polar Prediction and related efforts in polar monitoring and predictions".

We are inviting local scientist and members of the GOVST to submit abstracts under this topic. The science day session is open to presentation of novel polar observation techniques for weather, sea ice and ocean, numerical prediction models and data assimilation developments that support the goals of YOPP. The session is open to both poles.

The Science day will be held on Thursday, 9 November (day 4 of the meeting).

Please submit your abstract by 15 October for this session by using

We hope to provide a varied and interesting set of presentations.

 

Science sessions – The status of the Year of Polar Prediction and related efforts in polar monitoring and preditions.

 Abstract submissions can be viewed via pdf (status 3 Nov 2017).

 

Presentation titlePresenterAffiliation
OpenDrift - an open source generic trajectory modelØyvind BreivikNorwegian Meteorological Institute
The Copernicus Marine Environment Monitoring Service global ocean eddy-resolving physical reanalysis GLORYS12V1: description and quality evaluationin the high latitude regionsYann DrilletMercator Ocean
Acoustic Tomography, Observing Systems, and GODAEBrian DushawNERSC
The Nansen LegacyTor EldevikUiB/Bjerknes Centre
An international (UN) decade of ocean science for sustainable development 2021-2030Peter HauganUniversity of Bergen/IMR/IOC
SMART Subsea Cables Sensing the Pulse of the PlanetBruce HoweUniversity of Hawaii at Manoa
The Deep Ocean Observing Strategy project (DOOS)Bruce HoweUniversity of Hawaii at Manoa
Data assimilation of sea ice - investigating key strategies in an Earth system model with a multi-category sea ice modelMadlen KimmritzNERSC
YOPP – overview and MET Norway involvement & perspectiveJørn KristiansenNorwegian Meteorological Institute
NorArgo - the Norwegian contribution to the European and global Argo infrastructureKjell Arne MorkInstitute of Marine Research
Predictability of inter-annual variations of bottom temperature and salinity on the Scotian ShelfHal RitchieEnvironment and Climate Change Canada
Sea ice inter-comparison a Met Office perspectiveAndrew RyanMet Office
Implementing frictional damping of waves under sea-ice in the Actic MFC wave modelØyvind SætraThe Norwegian Meteorological Institute
The ECCC YOPP Coupled Forecasting SystemGregory SmithECCC
Assessing the extended-range predictability of HYCOM+RODAS system in the South AtlanticClemente TanajuraREMO-UFBA
The bias of sea ice thickness in Arctic: constrained by the merged retrievals of Cryosat-2 and SMOSJiping XieNERSC