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List of submitted workshop presentations/abstracts


MEOPAR/ GOV Marine Ecosystem Analysis and Prediction Task Team Workshop MEAP-TT:

Download all available abstracts in one file (pdf) or click on the title links in the table below for individual download - latest update 15 June 2015.


Abstract categories (for oral and poster submissions):

 1Data assimilation applications for biological/biogeochemical models
 2Downscaling from global to regional biological/biogeochemical applications
 3Assessment of biological/biogeochemical model complexity needed for operational applications
 4End-user perspectives on requirements for biological/biogeochemical model applications



IDFirst nameSurnameAffiliationAbstract titlePresentation preferenceCategory
  1MarkBairdCSIRODownscaling carbon chemistry to the scale of individual reefs: output of a coupled hydrodynamic – biogeochemical model Oral2
  2BeckyBaltesNOAA / U.S. IOOSU.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Framework for Advancing Ecological Forecasting Oral4
  3NeilBanasUniversity of StrathclydeInsights into ecosystem model parameterization from a new hindcast/projection of spring plankton dynamics in the Bering Sea Oral3
  4ChristopherBrownNOAAEcological Forecasting at NOAA Oral 4
  5FeiChaiUniversity of MaineFuture changes of nutrient dynamics and biological productivity in California Current System Oral 2
  6JoelChasseFisheries and Oceans CanadaRegional simulation ensemble of the Gulf of St. Lawrence, Scotian Shelf and Gulf of Maine future ocean climate Oral2
  7MarionaClaretMcGill UniversityOcean Resolution Impact on Modelled Global Export Oral2
  8FraserDavidsonDFORequirements from the physical ocean prediction system for biogeochemistry forecasts Oral4
  9MichaelDowdDalhousie UniversityProbabilistic Approaches for Data Assimilation Oral 1
 10YannDrilletMercator OceanDescription and assessment of global physical/biogeochemical coupling designed for climate and real time applications Oral1
 11StephanieDutkiewiczMITEvaluating an evaluation dataset: satellite derived chlorophyll-a Oral 3
 12ChristopherEdwardsUniversity of California, Santa CruzThe implementation of a 4-dimensional variational data assimilation approach for regional interdisciplinary ocean modeling Oral1
 13KatjaFennelDalhousie UniversityDoes bottom roughness determine hypoxic extent? A model intercomparison for the northern Gulf of MexicoPoster3
 14MarjorieFriedrichsVirginia Institute of Marine ScienceUsing biogeochemical data assimilation to assess the relative skill of multiple ecosystem models: Effects of increasing planktonic food web complexity Oral3
 15CarlFriedrichsVirginia Institute of Marine ScienceChallenges associated with operational modeling of low-oxygen waters in Chesapeake Bay: results from a multiple modeling effort Poster3
 16FlorentGarnierNRS/UJF/LGGE, MEOM team, GrenobleData assimilation in a 1/4 ° coupled physical-biogeochemical model of the North Atlantic: Stochastic parametrizations of biogeochemical uncertainties Oral1
 17ElodieGutknechtMercator OceanHigh resolution operational physical/biogeochemical coupled model systems developed at Mercator Ocean Oral2
 18EmlynJonesCSIROAssimilation of remotely-sensed surface reflectance into a coupled hydrodynamic - biogeochemical model of the Great Barrier Reef, Australia Oral 1
 19DanielKaufmanVirginia Institute of Marine ScienceBiogeochemical Modeling of the Southern Ross Sea Poster 2
 20ShubhamKrishnaGEOMARExplaining variability observed in calcification during the mesocosm experiment PeECE-­I Oral 1
 21AngelaKuhnDalhousie UniversityThe role of model complexity in determining spring bloom phenology and spatial patterns in the coastal northwest North AtlanticPoster3
 22ArnaudLaurentDalhousie UniversityModeling biogeochemical processes associated with hypoxia in the northern Gulf of Mexico: implications for management Oral 4
 23DianeLavoieDFOThe Gulf of St. Lawrence biogeochemical model: a tool to study past and future human impacts on the ecosystem Oral2
 24PatrickLehodeyCLSOperational management of tuna fisheries in Indonesia Poster 4
 25YunLiNational Marine Environmental Forecasting CenterMarine ecosystem modeling in the northwestern Pacific Ocean Oral1
 26J PaulMatternUniversity of California Santa CruzComparing the optimization and data assimilation capabilities of biogeochemical ocean models of different complexities Oral 3
 27TeruhisaOkadaOsaka UniversitySequential 4D-Var assimilation with vertical profiles of temperature, salinity and chlorophyll-a in an estuary with strong stratification Poster 1
 28AngelicaPenaInstitute of Ocean Sciences. Fisheries and Oceans CanadaTowards a regional circulation/biogeochemical model for the British Columbia continental shelf Oral2
 29AnnetteSamuelsenNERSCComparing the performance of two ecosystem models in the North Atlantic Oral 3
 30AnnetteSamuelsenNERSCInvestigating the influence of Atlantic water inflow on the ecosystem in a regional model for the Fram strait Poster 2
 31ShubhaSathyendranathPlymouth Marine LaboratoryOcean-Colour Products and Activities of the Ocean Colour Climate Change Initiative of ESA Oral 4
 32RolandSeferianIPSL/LSCEMulti-year prediction of Marine Productivity in the Tropical Pacific Poster3
 33DesireeTommasiPrinceton University and NOAA GFDLAssessing the utility of seasonal SST forecasts to the fisheries management process: a Pacific sardine case studyOral4
 34TsuyochiWakamatsuJAMSTECDynamical aspect of the dissolved inorganic carbon in a long-term ocean state estimation Poster1
 35TsuyoshiWakamatsuJAMSTECOcean-atmosphere-lower trophic level ecosystem synthesized data set produced from a global coupled data assimilation system Poster1
 36TsuyoshiWakamatsuJAMSTECOcean-atmosphere-lower level ecosystem coupled data assimilation system: A case study of the phytoplankton bloom Poster3
 37LiuqianYuDalhousie UniversityDeterministic ensemble Kalman filter for combined state and parameter estimation: application to a 3-D physical-biological ocean model Oral 1