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Abstracts

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List of submitted workshop presentations/abstracts


(GODAE OceanView - MEP-TT workshop)

(Last web-update - 27 February 2012)

 

Download all available abstracts (in one document) or click on the title links in the table below for individual download.


 

Participants (abstract title/download)



Surname First nameAffiliationAbdtract title
Type of presentation
 1BarcielaRosaMet Office, UKMarine biogeochemistry activities at the Met Office: from operational short-term prediction to climate scalesOral
 2BrasseurPierreLEGI/CNRS, France
Assimilation of Ocean Colour data in a North Atlantic physical-biogeochemical model during the SeaWiFS period Oral
 3ChaiFeiUniversity of Maine, USA
Incorporating Optics into Physical-Biogeochemical Modelsnot presented
 4CriseAlessandroOGCPrediction of the Mediterranean marine biogeochemistry: from short-term forecast to scenario analysis Oral
 5GehlenMarionLSCE/CEA, FranceTowards Green Operational Oceanography: Integration of biogeochemistry and ecology to Mercator Ocean systems Oral
 6ForsterRodneyCEFAS, UKMeasuring and modelling phytoplankton functional types in the North SeaOral
 7IshikawaYouichiKyoto University/JAMSTEC, Japan
Data assimilation system for marine ecosystem in North Pacific Oral
 8LeeTongNASA/JPL, USA
Biological response in the tropical Pacific to ENSO diversityOral
 9LehodeyPatrickCLS, France
One more step towards operational management of the world largest tuna fishery Oral
10MatearRichardCSIRO, AustraliaSimplified approach data assimilation for a 3D Ocean Circulation ModelOral
11PerryMary JaneUniversity of Maine, USACollection of high quality biogeochemical data from autonomous platformsnot presented
12SeferianRolandLSCE, France
ASSESSING THE DECADAL PREDICTABILITY OF MARINE PRODUCTIVITY IN IPSL-CM5A-LROral