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Abstracts

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List of submitted workshop presentations/abstracts

 

(GODAE OceanView - COSS-TT: 3rd International Coordination Workshop)

(Last web-update - 17 January 2014)

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Sessions & Topics

Science session 1: Progress of coastal ocean forecasting systems, networks and applications

Science session 2 : Downscaling the ocean estimation problem and assimilating local data

Science session 3 : Towards fine-scale coastal ocean modelling

Science session 4 : Coastal-scale atmosphere-waves-ocean couplings

Science session 5 : The coastal ocean climate: long-term monitoring , array design and OSSEs in coastal regions

Coordination Topic 1 (CT1): Towards the implementation of the COSS-TT Initiative Memorandum of Understanding

Coordination Topic 2 (CT2): Towards a COSS-TT Science Strategic Plan

Coordination Topic 3 (CT3): Exchanging information on the COSS Community

 

Reg ID noNameFirst nameAffiliationCountryAgenda categoryAbstract titleType of presentation
1AyoubNadiaLEGOS/CNRSFranceP1On-going data assimilation work with an Ensemble Kalman Filter in the Bay of BiscayPoster
2BarthAlexanderUniversity of LiègeBelgium2.1Local ensemble assimilation scheme with global constraints and conservationOral
3ChaoYiUCLAUSA3.1Interactions between the San Francisco Bay/Estuary and California Coastal OceanOral
4ChoiByoung-JuKunsan National University, Republic of KoreaSouth Korea5.1Interannual variability of the ocean surface circulation in the Japan/East SeaOral
5Garcia CartagenaEdgardo JavierThe University of Texas at DallasUSA1.1Develpment of real time ocean circulation forecast for the area of Puerto Rico and Virgin IslandsOral
6HerzfeldMikeCSIROAustralia3.3Progress in eReefs: modeling the whole of the Great Barrier ReefOral
7JianpingGanHong Kong University of Science and TechnologyChina5.3Circulation,biogeochemical and pCO2 trends in the China Sea from a scientifically-based numerical simulationOral
8KuangXiaodiNMEFCChina1.2Operational oceanography forecasting systems in the China seasOral
9KurapovAlexanderOregon State UniversityUSA2.2Improvements in the Oregon coastal ocean forecast system: data assimilation in the presence of the Columbia River plumeOral
10Le HenaffMatthieuUniversity of Miami/RSMAS/CIMASUSA5.4Development of a regional ocean OSSE system for the Gulf of MexicoOral
11LiZhijinJet Propulsion LaboratoryUSA2.3Improved Representation of Eddies in Regional Realtime Forecasting Systems Using Multi-Scale Data Assimilation of Satellite AltimetryOral
12LimaMateus de OliveiraFederal University of Bahia (Universidade Federal da Bahia)BrazilP2The Brazil Current Variability from the AX97 high density XBT line: a comparison between in situ data and Ocean Forecasting and Analysis SystemsPoster
13MooreAndrewUniversity of California Santa CruzUSA2.4Using Singular Vectors to Predict Ocean Forecast ErrorOral
14OddoPaoloINGVItaly CT2.1Report on Coastal Modeling and Shelf Seas working group (EuroGOOS) activitiesOral
15PascualAnandaIMEDEA (CSIC-UIB)Spain5.2Synergy between satellite altimetry and other sensors for the study of coastal processesOral
16PerezXochitlUniversity of Puerto RicoPuerto Rico5.5Spatial and temporal distribution of emerging contaminants in the San Juan Bay Estuary, Puerto RicoOral
17PullenJulieStevens Institute of TechnologyUSA4.1Ocean Coupling to Topographically-Enhanced Atmospheric FlowOral
18PullenJulieStevens Institute of TechnologyUSA1.6Coastal and Port Security Applications at the DHS National Center for Maritime SecurityOral
19SolanoMiguelUniversity of Texas at DallasUSA4.2Response of the Upper Ocean Using High Resolution Wind Forcing in Puerto Rico and the Virgin IslandsOral
20StanevEmilHZG, Institute for Coastal ResearchGermany3.2Downscaling to Study Straits, Inlets and Tidal-Bays Dynamics: Unstructured Grid Model Simulations in the North and Baltic SeasOral
21StanevaJoannaHZG, Institute for Coastal ResearchGermany4.3Response of the German Bight Hydro and Sediment Dynamics to Wave, Tidal and Atmospheric ForcingOral
22TonaniMarinaIstituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia, ItaliaItaly1.3The Mediterranean forecasting system network, from regional to coastal scaleOral
23van der WesthuysenAndreNOAA/NWS/NCEPUSA4.4The Nearshore Wave Prediction System and IOOS Coastal and Ocean Modeling Testbed for Puerto Rico and the Virgin IslandsOral
24WettreCecilieNorwegian Meteorological InstituteNorway4.5A comparative analysis on the importance of using wave information from a numerical wave model in oil spill trajectory modelingOral
25ZhuJiangInstitute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of SciencesChina1.4Patterns of SST short-term forecast bias in the coastal and marginal seas around China and test of a running-mean bias correction schemeOral
26ZhuXuemingNational Marine Environmental Forecasting CenterChina1.5An introduction to a new the Yellow Sea and the East China Sea Operational Forecasting SystemOral