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COSS-TT Internationanl Coordination Workshop (COSS-ICW3) 2014, Puerto Rico

21-24 Janaury 2014

Meeting presentations in order of agenda (updated - 05 February 2014).

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Introduction, welcome and workshop objectives

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 - Costal-scale atmosphere-wave-ocean couplings

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

Coordination Topic 1 - Towards the implementation of the COSS-TT initiative Memorandum of Understanding

Coordination Topic 2 - Towards a COSS-TT Science Strategy Plan

Coordination Topic 3 - Exchanging information in the COSS Community

Posters

Final remark and outlook

 

Introduction, welcome and workshop objectives

 IDTitlePresenterAffiliation
I1.2Introduction to the Third International Coordination Workshop of the GOV COSS Task Team (1.6 MB)Pierre De Mey and Villy KourafalouLEGOS and University of Miami/RSMAS

 

Science Session 1 - Progess of coastal ocean forecasting systems, networks and applications

 IDTitlePresenterAffiliation
1.1Development of real time ocean circulation forecast for the area of Puerto Rico and Virgin Islands (6.5 MB)Edgardo Javier Garcia CartagenaThe University of Texas at Dallas
1.2The Shelf-Sea operational oceanography systems in NMEFC (7.5 MB)Kuang XiaodiNMEFC, China
1.3The Mediterranean forecasting system network, from regional to coastal scale (2 MB)Marina TonaniINGV, Italy
1.4SST short - term forecast bias in the coastal and marginal seas around China: pattern and correction (3.2 MB)Jiang ZhuIAP, CAS, China
1.5An introduction to a new Yellow Sea and East China Sea Operational Forecasting System (6 MB)Zhu XuemingNMEFC, China
1.6Coastal and Port Security Applications at the DHS National Center of Excellence for Maritime Security (5.5 MB)Julie PullenStevens Institute of Technology, USA

 

Science Session 2 - Downscaling the ocean estimation problem and assimilating local data

 IDTitlePresenterAffiliation
2.1Local ensemble assimilation scheme with global constraints and conservation (2 MB)Alexander BarthUniversity of Liege, Belgium
2.2Improvements in the Oregon coastal ocean forecast system: data assimilation in the presence of the Columbia River plume (3.5 MB)Alexander KurapovOregon State University, USA
2.3Using Singular Vectors to Predict Ocean Forecast Error (1 MB)Andy MooreUniversity of California at Santa Cruz, USA

 

Science Session 3 - Towards fine-scale coastal ocean modelling

 IDTitlePresenterAffiliation
3.1Interactions between the San Francisco Bay/Estuary and California Coastal Ocean (3.4 MB)Yi ChaoUCLA, USA
3.2Downscaling to Study Straits, Inlets and Tidal-Bays Dynamics: Unstructured Grid Model Simulations in the North and Baltic Seas (5 MB)Emil StanevHZG, Germany
3.3eReefs: Modeling the Great Barrier Reef (3.3 MB)Mike HerzfeldCSIRO, Australia

 

Science Session 4 - Costal-scale atmosphere-wave-ocean couplings

 IDTitlePresenterAffiliation
4.1Ocean Coupling to Topographically-Enhanced Atmospheric Flow (7.8 MB)Julie PullenStevens Institute of Technology, USA
4.2Effects of High Resolution Wind Forcing on Ocean Circulation by Downscaling a Mesoscale Model into a Coastal Model in Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands (2.4 MB)Miguel SolanoUT Dallas/UPRM, USA/Puerto Rico
4.3Response of the German Bight Hydro and Sediment Dynamics to Wave, Tidal and Atmospheric Forcing (5.4 MB)Joanna StanevaHZG, Germany
4.4The Nearshore Wave Prediction System and IOOS Coastal and Ocean Modeling Testbed for Puerto Rico and the USVI (4.4 MB)Andre van der WesthuysenNOAA/NWS/NCEP, USA
4.5A comparative analysis on the importance of using wave information from a numerical wave model in oil spill trajectory modeling (2 MB)Cecilie WettreMet.no, Norway

 

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

 IDTitlePresenterAffiliation
5.1Interannual variability of the ocean surface circulation in the Japan/East Sea (7.2 MB)Choi Byoung-JuKunsan Nartional University, Republic of Korea
5.2Synergy between satellite altimetry and other sensors for the study of coastal processes (4.4 MB)Ananda PascualIMEDEA (CSIC-UIB), Spain
5.3Circulation, biogeochemical and pCO2 trends in the China Seas from a scientifically-based numerical simulation (7 MB)Jianping GanHong Kong University, China
5.4Development of a regional ocean OSSE system for the Gulf of Mexico (5.5 MB)Matthieu Le HénaffUniversity of Miami/RSMAS/CIMAS, USA
5.5Spatial and temporal distribution of emerging contaminants in the San Juan Bay Estuary, Puerto Rico (3 MB)Xochitl PerezUniversity of Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico

 

Coordination Topic 1 - Towards the implementation of the COSS-TT Initiative Memorandum of Understanding

 IDTitlePresenterAffiliation
CT1COSS Initiative - MoU Villy KourafalouUniversity of Miami/ RSMAS, USA

 

Coordination Topic 2 - Towards a COSS-TT Science Strategy Plan

 IDTitlePresenterAffiliation
CT2.1GOV review overviewPierre De Mey & Villy KourafalouLEGOS, France & University of Miami/RSMAS, USA
CT2.2Report on Coastal and Shelf Seas Modeling (EuroGOOS) Working Group activitiesPaolo OddoINGV, Italy
CT2.3Questions for Working Groups  

 

Coordination Topic 3 - Exchanging information in the COSS Community

 IDTitlePresenterAffiliation
CT3.1Exchanging information in the COSS community (pdf)Pierre De May & Villy KourafalouLEGOS, France & University of Miami/RSMAS, USA

 

Posters

 IDTitlePresenterAffiliation
P.1On-going data assimilation work with an Ensemble Kalman Filter in the Bay of Biscay (presentation-slide in pdf)Nadia AyoubLEGOS, France & University of Miami/RSMAS, USA
P.2The Brazil Current Variability at the NOAA AX97 high density XBT line: a comparison between in situ data and Ocean Forecasting and Analysis SystemsMateus de Oliviera LimaUFBa and REMO, Brazil

 

Final remarks and outlook

 IDTitlePresenterAffiliation
CT3.1Final remarks and outlook Pierre De May & Villy KourafalouLEGOS, France & University of Miami/RSMAS, USA