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Data Assimilation TT

DA-TT workshop group photoAttendees of the 1st DA-TT workshop, Met Office, UK, May 2015

The DA-TT will foster the development and evaluation of data assimilation systems relevant to GOV to support the coordination of the fundamental and challenging issues in the ocean forecasting process, of which data assimilation is a significant part.

The DA-TT is made up of experts from the national programmes of GOV and experts in universities and other research groups with an interest in ocean, sea-ice and coupled DA. Observation and modelling experts with an interest in the data assimilation process and its outputs will also be invited to meetings in order to enable communication of developments and results.

Activities

The DA-TT is made up of experts from the national programmes of GOV and experts in universities and other research groups with an interest in ocean, sea-ice and coupled DA. Observation and modelling experts with an interest in the data assimilation process and its outputs will also be invited to meetings in order to enable communication of developments and results.

Members

The DA-TT will meet its objectives through the implementation of a work plan. This will include projects, prioritised from a list of potential areas of development. The primary benefits of the DA-TT will be assessed through the monitoring of these projects and the effect they have on the operational GOV systems.

Workplan (2015)

The benefits associated with the fostering of communicating and discussing ideas in DA-TT workshops will be more difficult to capture.

DA-TT Workshop 2015

Joint DA-TT & OSEval-TT meeting 2017

 

The DA-TT is coordinated and led by two co-chairs, Matthew Martin, Met Office, UK and Andy Moore, The University of California Santa Cruz, USA.

Their contact information can be found on the Contacts page.