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List of submitted workshop presentations/abstracts


(GODAE OceanView - COSS-TT: 2nd International Coordination Workshop)

(Last web-update - 10 January 2013)

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(1) System reviews

(2) Advances and applications

        (2A) Advances in integrated coastal observations

        (2B) Advances in downscaling

        (2C) Coastal applications

(3) Task Team organisation

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 SurnameFirst nameAffiliationAbstract titleCategoryType of presentation
 1AydogduAliInstitute of Marine SciencesPerformance of the Northern Levantine Circulation Model (NLEV), sea-level calibration and applications(1)Oral
 2AyoubNadiaCNRS / LEGOSAssessing the use of satellite altimetry and SST data to constrain a coastal model in the Bay of Biscay(2A)Poster
 3BarthAlexanderUniversity of LiegeCovariance localization and statistical robust ensemble updates (2A)Poster
 4BenkiranMounirCLSRegional High Resolution Reanalysis over European North East Shelf domain(1) Oral
 5BonaduceAntonioCMCCEarly warning system level forecast along the Italian coast: a semi-empirical approach (2C)Oral
 6BrennerSteveBar Ilan UniversityOil spill modeling in the South-eastern Mediterranean(2C) Oral
 7CampuzanoFrancisco JMaretec – Instituto Superior Técnico, PortugalFrom the deep ocean to the estuarine intertidal areas: an operational framework for the Portuguese Exclusive Economic Zone(1)Oral
 8ChaoYiRemote Sensing Solutions, Inc.Downscaling to Study Interactions between the Coastal Ocean and Bay/Estuary(2B) Oral
 9ChoiByoung-JuKunsan National University, South KoreaAssimilation of SST to the Yellow and East China Sea circulation model using the ensemble Kalman filter(1)Oral
10CiranoMauroREMOThe South American initiatives in regional modeling with focus on operational oceanography(1)Oral
11CoppiniGiovanniCMCCSeaConditions: to know the present and future sea conditions for safer navigation and informed sea-territory management(2C)Oral
12CuccoAndreaNational Research Council, CNR-IAMC, ItalyHigh-resolution real-time forecasting systems for predicting the water circulation and the fate of dispersed pollutants in coastal areas(2C)Oral
13De DominicisMichelaINGVMEDSLIK-II open source oil spill model: validation and application to emergency cases in the Mediterranean Sea(2C)Poster
14De MeyPierreLEGOSArray testing and impact of observations in the coastal ocean by ensemble methods(2A)Oral
15DobricicSrdjanCMCCObserving System Experiment with coastal in situ observations in the Adriatic Sea (2A)Oral
16DufauClaireCLSAltimetry Data dedicated to Coastal Ocean Analysis(2A)Poster
17EdwardsChristopherUniversity of CaliforniaApplication of ROMS 4D-Var assimilation methods to the California Current System(2A) Oral
18GalatiMaria BarbaraCMCCTowards a New Operational Forecasting System in the Adriatic and Ionian Sea(1) Oral
19GarreauPierreIfremerOperational Downscaling in Mediterranean Sea MENOR Configuration of PREVIMER(2B) Oral
20HayesDanielOceanography Center, University of CyprusThe CYCOFOS operational flow forecast: now assimilating glider data(2A) Oral
21HerzfeldMikeCSIROTwo-way nesting in a downscaled model suite of the Great Barrier Reef(2B) Oral
22IshikawaYoichiJAMSTECDevelopment of an incremental 4D-VAR system Toward a leading-edge downscaling approach(2B)Poster
23KorresGerasimoHellenic Centre for Marine Research - Institute of OceanographyForecasting at the Mediterranean and the Aegean Sea scale: the POSEIDON system(1)Oral
24KourafalouVillyUniversity of Miami / RSMASGulf of Mexico prediction and Observing System Simulation Experiments (OSSEs)(2A) Oral
25KrestenitisYannis N.Aristotle University of Thessaloniki"WaveForUs": A daily wave and circulation forecast for public and emergency use in the Thermaikos Gulf(2C)Poster
26KurapovAlexOregon State University / CEOASOcean circulation forecasts along the coasts of the US Pacific Northwest region(1) Oral
27LiZhijinJPLObserving System Experiments Using a Multi-Scale Three-Dimensional Variational Data Assimilation System(2A) Oral
28LiblikTaaviTallinn Univeristy of TechnologyCoastal observing system in the Gulf of Finland (Baltic Sea)(2A) Oral
29MiyazawaYasumasaJAMSTECDynamic interpolation of the high-resolution sea surface temperature data obtained from the Aqua-Terra satellites (MODIS-SST) using an ensemble Kalman Filter(2A) Oral
30MooreAndrewUniversity of California Santa CruzThe Regional Ocean Modeling System (ROMS) 4D-Var Data Assimilation Systems(2A) Oral
31MourreBaptisteCentre for Maritime Research and ExperimentationGlider observations and regional ocean predictions at the Centre for Maritime Research and Experimentation(2A)Oral
32NapolitanoErnestoENEAThe Tyrrhenian Sea Forecasting System(1)Oral
33OddoPaoloINGV(1) The IONIO project

(2) Euro-GOOS coastal modeling WG


34O'DeaEndaMet OfficeImprovements to the operational Marine Core Service (MyOcean) model for the Northwest European shelf seas(1)Oral
35PassaroMarcelloNOC, UKCoastal Altimetry: A New Resource for Validation and Assimilation?(2A)Poster
36SakamotoKeiMRIDevelopment of a high-resolution Japanese coastal ocean model toward operational monitoring and forecasting(1)Poster
37SolanoMiguelUniveristy of Puerto Rico MayaguezNumerical simulation on estuarine, coastal and off-shore circulation in Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands using the Regional Ocean Modeling System (ROMS)(1)Oral
38SouzaAlejandroNOC, UKMulti-scale modelling for the coastal ocean(2B) Poster
39StanevEmilHZG(1) Recent developments in the European coastal observing and forecasting systems: FIELD-AC and future trends

(2) Observing System Evaluation for the Black Sea: Focus on ARGO floats and altimetry during 2005-2012


40TonaniMarinaINGVThe Mediterranean Monitoring and Forecasting Centre, a component of the MyOcean system (1)Oral
41WilkinJohnRutgers UniversityAn evaluation of real-time forecast models of Middle Atlantic Bight shelf waters(1) Oral
42XieJipingIAPAssimilative simulation of the counter-wind current in the northern SCS in winter (1)Oral
43ZodiatisGeorgeOceanography Centre University of Cyprus(1) Ocean predictions for supporting the marine safety in the Mediterranean

(2) Parallelizing the Hydrodynamical Code of the Cyprus Coastal Ocean Forecasting System