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Presentations

 

Oral and poster presentations

CMRE, La Spezia, 11-13 October 2017

Joint DA-TT/OSEval-TT meeting

 

 

Oral Presentations

NoTitlePresenterAffiliationCountry
 1. Introduction   
1.1GOVST overviewKirsten Wilmer-BeckerMet OfficeUK
1.2Current Status and Overview of DA Task TeamAndy Moore
Matt Martin
UCSC / Met OfficeUSA/ UK
1.3Current Status and Overview of OSEval TTElisabeth Remy
Yosuke Fujii
Mercator Ocean/ MRI-JMAFrance/ Japan
 2. Recent developments in global and regional ocean data assimilation system   (DA)
2.1Three-dimensional Variational Ocean data assimilation using NCODAShastri PaturiNOAAUSA
2.2Recent developments in global ocean data assimilation using NEMOVAR at the Met OfficeMatt MartinMet OfficeUK
2.3The Global Ocean Forecasting System in the NMEFC and its Intercomparison with the GODAE OceanView IV-TT Class 4 metricsLiying WanNMEFCChina
2.4Comparing variational methods aware of model error evolution for long-term ocean applications with OceanVarAndrea StortoCMCCItaly
2.5Recent advances in the Mercator-Ocean reanalysis system: Application to an Arctic configurationCharles-Emmanuel TestutMercator OceanFrance
2.6The US West Coast Ocean Forecast System: skill assessment and data assimilationAlexander KurapovOregon State UniversityUSA
2.7Development of the KIOST regional ocean prediction system : OPEM (Ocean Predictability Experiment for Marine environment)YoungHo KimKIOSTSouth Korea
2.8Profile, altimeter and SST data assimilation in An operational shelf-seas model - Met Office FOAM-Shelf version 9Rob KingMet OfficeUK
2.9Data Assimilation of Argo profiles in Northwest Pacific ModelYun LiNMEFCChina
2.10Modeling the circulation in the Kattegat and SkagerrakKai Håkon ChristensenMet.noNorway
 3. Error covariance modelling   (DA)
3.1Assimilation using large scale EOF error covariancesDaniel LeaMet OfficeUK
 4. Hybrid variational/ensemble data assimilation   (DA)
4.1A model for generating atmosphere forcing perturbationsIsabelle MirouzeCMCCItaly
4.2A comparison of 4D-Var and an Ensemble Adjustment Kalman Filter applied to the California Current systemAndy MooreUSCSUSA
4.3On-going, real-time hybrid variational data assimilation at the CMREPaulo OddoCMREItaly
4.4Ensemble-variational assimilation with NEMOVAR. Part 1: formulation, algorithms and illustrative examplesAnthony WeaverCERFACSFrance
4.5Ensemble-variational assimilation with NEMOVAR. Part 2: experiments with the ECMWF systemHao ZuoECMWFUK
4.6Ensemble-variational data assimilation in the coastal ocean circulation model off Oregon-Washington (at the US West Coast)Ivo PasmansOregon State UniversityUSA
 5. Requests and requirements of assessing present and future observation networks   (DA)
5.1Impact of wide-swath altimetry missions to ocean analysis and forecasting system in the Iberian-Biscay-Ireland (IBI) regionAntonio BonaduceMercator OceanFrance
5.2Current Status of Tropical Pacific Observing System 2020 project and the Request to the Ocean Data Assimilation CommunityYosuke FujiiMRI-JMAJapan
5.3Coordinated observing system experiments to assess the impact of satellite sea surface to assess the impact of satellite sea surfaceElisabeth RemyMercator OceanFrance
5.4Significant contribution of operational oceanography for an Integrated and More Sustainable Atlantic (AtlantOS) Ocean ObservingFlorent GasparinMercator OceanFrance
 6. Recent studies of observation impacts, sensitivity, and assessments of observation networks (Joint)   
6.14D-Var Observation Impacts and Sensitivities in the Mid-Atlantic BightHernan ArangoRutgers UniversityUSA
6.2Quantitative Impact Assessment of Ocean Observations on Tropical Cyclone Prediction and Ocean Monitoring: Results from a New, Rigorously-Validated OSE-OSSE SystemGeorge HalliwellNOAAUSA
6.3Influence of the Deep NINJA float data on a deep ocean state estimationShuhei MasudaJAMSTECJapan
6.4Reduced-rank array modes of the California Current ocean observing systemAndy MooreUCSCUSA
6.5Impact of using an improved Mean Dynamic Topography on the Mercator-Ocean analysis and forecastsMarie-Helene RioCLSFrance
6.6Use of in-situ observations in ECMWF's Ocean (Re)analysis systemHao ZuoECMWFUK
 7. Method development: network design (OSEval)   
7.1Stochastic Coastal/Regional Uncertainty Modelling and Array Design: insights from ensemble sensitivity/consistency experimentsPierre De MeyLEGOSFrance
7.2Recent Development of Ocean Data Assimilation Systems and Recent Observing System Evaluation Studies in JMA/MRIYosuke FujiiMRI-JMAJapan
 8. Assimilation of new/novel observation types (Joint)   
8.1A multi-data variational assimilation scheme of BGC-Argo and satellite data into the CMEMS Mediterranean biogeochemical modelAnna TeruzziOGSItaly
 9. Impact of physical data assimilation on unassimilated variables /processes, e.g. vertical velocities, vertical mixing (Joint)   
9.1Vertical velocities within eddies (movie download, large file)Peter Oke (recorded)CSIROAustralia

 

Poster presentations

IDPoster titlePresenterAffiliation
P.1Development of a Gulf of Mexico reanalysis – the road towards a Mexican ocean operational forecast systemJoao Marcos Azevedo Correia de SouzaCICESE
P.2Why gliders appreciate good company: glider assimilation in a 4DVAR system with and without surface observationsIvo PasmansOregon State University
P.3Constraining the global ocean heat content through the use of CERES derived TOA Energy Imbalance estimatesAndrea StortoCMCC