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Poster presentations

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Abstracts by Author:

Assignements of oral/poster presentations are available by checking author names (ordered alphabetically). All submitted abstracts include information about the primary author, affiliation, country, abstract title and the allocation for oral or poster presentation:

[A-B] [C-E] [F-G] [H] [I-K] [L] [M-O] [P-R] [S] [T-W] [X-Z]


A special journal issue presenting GOV community papers is planned for publication in the Journal of Operational Oceanography (JOO) in 2014.

Symposium poster sessions: Please note: Due to the high number of submissions, poster sessions at the symposium will be organised in two consecutive parts during the 3-day event, matching the posters with the resective symposium presentations. Organisation details will be provided closer to the event. To view full abstracts please click on the session links below.

 

Abstracts by Session:

  1. Operational Oceanography Infrastructure: Where are we now? 15 Years of Progress

Session 2.1: National and International Efforts for a Sustained Ocean Observing System
Session 2.2: Evolution of National and Regional Ocean Forecasting and Analysis Systems: From Demonstrating Feasibility to Robust Services
Session 2.3: Overview of downstream applications & services

  1. Key Scientific & Technological Advances – From Scientific capabilities & data requirements to user applications

Session 3.1: Ocean Modelling and Data Assimilation: Underpinning Ocean Forecasting and Reanalysis
Session 3.2: Evaluating the Impact of Observations on Ocean Forecasting Systems: Dividends from Investing in a Global Ocean Observing System
Session 3.3: Validation of Ocean Forecasting Systems: Addressing User Needs for Accurate Information
Session 3.4: Ocean Forecasting in the Coastal Domain: Scientific Challenges and User Needs & Benefits
Session 3.5: Marine Ecosystem Prediction: The Next Frontier of Ocean Forecasting – New Users and Societal Benefits
Session 3.6: Coupled Ocean-Atmosphere-Wave Prediction: en route to combined ocean and atmosphere weather prediction

  1. A vision for the Future of Ocean Forecasting

Session 4.1: The future of Ocean Observations
Session 4.2: Enhanced User Engagement
Session 4.3: Implementing a long-term international programme for ocean analysis and forecasting

 Session 1 did not receive abstract submissions.

 

Poster Awards

One of the core events of the GOV Symposium – the poster exhibition – allowed the to share variety of work which is going on in the community. The poster exhibition offered a platform to view and discuss achievements, ideas and developments with symposium attendees face-to-face.

To acknowledge the contribution and the efforts of the poster presenters, eight outstanding posters were awared with the GOV Symposium Poster Award. The poster evaluation committee selected the eight posters during the all three days of the symposium. The winners of the poster award were announced in the afternoon plenary session of the last day of the event and handed over the certificates.

The winners are

Name (surname/first name)AffiliationCounrtyPoster title
Carse, FionaMet OfficeUKImpact of marine mammal temperature and salinity data on ocean model fields
Francis, RichardESAThe NetherlandsThe Jason CS ocean surface topography mission
Guinehut, StehpanieCLSFranceMonitoring the ocean from observations
He, RouyingNorth Carolina State UniversityUSAAn integrated ocean circulation, wave, atmosphere and marine ecosystem prediction system for the south Atlantic bight and gulf of Mexico
Lellouche, Jean MichelMercator OceanFranceMajor upgrade of the global Mercator ocean analysis and forecasting high resolution system
Rykova, TatianaCSIROAustraliaA comparison of boundary current eddies in an ocean model and an ocean reanalysis
Wang, DakuiNMEFCChinaThe South China Sea operational forecasting system: model and data assimilation
Wilkin, JonRutgers UniversityUSAData assimilation modelling of the US Mid Atlantic Bight Shelf

 

Poster measurements

The poster size should be A0 size and portrait format.  This means the measurements are:

33.1’ (841 mm) wide and 46.8’ (1189 mm) high. Poster boards will hold 2 posters per side (4 posters in all).