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List of Community White Papers

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OceanObs’09


21-25 September 2009

Palazzo del Casinò

Lido, Venice, Italy


Last Update: 18 September 2009 – Table of Contents not updated


Table of Contents

Community White Papers 1

Day 2: Scientific results and potential based on global observations 3

Session 2A: Large-scale ocean properties: science, observations and impacts
3


CWP-2A-01 An Integrated International Approach to Arctic Ocean Observations for Society (A Legacy of the International Polar Year) 3

CWP-2A-02 A Global Ocean Acoustic Observing Network 3

CWP-2A-03 Argo - A Decade of Progress 3

CWP-2A-04 Progressing towards global sustained deep ocean observations 3

CWP-2A-05 The Ship Of Opportunity Program 3


CWP-2A-06 Interocean Exchange of thermocline water: Indonesian Throughflow; “Tassie” Leakage; Agulhas Leakage 3

CWP-2A-07 Problems and Prospects in Large-Scale Ocean Circulation Models 3

CWP-2A-08 The ICES Working Group on Oceanic Hydrography: building on over 100 years of North Atlantic observations 3

CWP-2A-09 Ship-based Repeat Hydrography: A Strategy for a Sustained Global Program. 3

CWP-2A-10 The Global Tropical Moored Buoy Array 3

CWP-2A-11 Observing Systems in the Indian Ocean 3

CWP-2A-12 The Global Sea Level Observing System (GLOSS) 4

CWP-2A-13 Observations of Sea Level Change: What have we learned and what are the remaining challenges? 4

CWP-2A-14 Future observations for monitoring global ocean heat content 4

CWP-2A-15 Evaluating climate variability and change from modern and historical SST observations 4

CWP-2A-16 Geodetic Observations of Ocean Surface Topography, Ocean Currents, Ocean Mass, and Ocean Volume Changes 4

CWP-2A-17 Ocean Variability evaluated from an Ensemble of Ocean Syntheses 4

CWP-2A-18 Data buoy observations: the status quo and anticipated developments over the next decade 4

Day 2: Scientific results and potential based on global observations 5

Session 2B: Large-scale ocean circulation and fluxes
5


CWP-2B-01 Monitoring ocean - atmosphere interactions in western boundary current extensions 5

CWP-2B-02 The present and future system for measuring the Atlantic meridional overturning circulation and heat transport 5

CWP-2B-03 Observations to Quantify Air-Sea Fluxes and Their Role in Climate Variability and Predictability 5

CWP-2B-04 Using global arrays to investigate internal-waves and mixing 5

CWP-2B-05 Combining satellite altimetry, time-variable gravity, and bottom pressure observations to understand the Arctic Ocean 5

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CWP-2B-06 Measuring the global ocean surface circulation with satellite and in situ observations 5

CWP-2B-07 Southern Ocean Observing System (SOOS): Rationale and strategy for sustained observations of the Southern Ocean 5

CWP-2B-08 A global boundary current circulation observing network 5

CWP-2B-09 OceanSITES 5

Day 2: Scientific results and potential based on global observations 6

Session 2C: Biochemistry and ecosystems
6


CWP-2C-01 A global sea surface carbon observing system: inorganic and organic carbon dynamics in coastal oceans 6

CWP-2C-02 Sensors and Systems for Observations of Marine CO2 System Variables 6

CWP-2C-03 New insights into Southern Ocean physical and biological processes revealed by instrumented elephant seals. 6

CWP-2C-04 An International Observational Network for Ocean Acidification 6

CWP-2C-05 Toward a global ocean ecosystem Mid-trophic Automatic Acoustic Sampler (MAAS) 6

CWP-2C-06 Benthic biology time-series in the deep sea: Indicators of change 6

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CWP-2C-06 Observational Needs of Dynamic Green Ocean Models 6

CWP-2C-07 Building a Global System of Systems for the Coastal Ocean 6

CWP-2C-08 A global sea surface carbon observing system: assessment of changing sea surface CO2 and air-sea CO2 fluxes 6

CWP-2C-09 Adding oxygen to Argo: Developing a global in-situ observatory for ocean deoxygenation and biogeochemistry 6

CWP-2C-10 Technology Legacy of the Census of Marine Life 6

CWP-2C-11 TOPP: Using Electronic tags to monitor the movements, behaviour and habitats of marine vertebrates 7

Costa, D.P.; Block, B.A.; Bograd, S 7

Day 3: Delivering services to society 8

Session 3A: Information and Assessment
8


CWP-3A-01 Observations as Assets in Decision Support 8

CWP-3A-02 An International Network of Coral Reef Ecosystem Observing Systems (I-CREOS) 8

CWP-3A-03 Societal Applications in Fisheries and Aquaculture using Remotely-Sensed Imagery – The SAFARI project 8

CWP-3A-04 GODAE OCEANVIEW: From an experiment towards a long-term International program for ocean analysis and forecasting 8

CWP-3A-05 Development of delivery of services from ocean observing systems – an opportunity to promote common approaches 8

Day 3: Delivering services to society 8

Session 3B: Forecasting
8


CWP-3B-01 Initialization for Seasonal and Decadal Forecasts 8

CWP-3B-02 Requirements of numerical weather prediction for observations of the oceans 8

CWP-3B-03 Decadal Climate Prediction: Opportunities and Challenges 8

CWP-3B-04 Dynamics of Decadal Climate Variability and Implications for its Prediction 8

CWP-3B-05 Ocean Observing System Evaluation 8

CWP-3B-06 Ocean State Estimation for Global Ocean Monitoring: ENSO and beyond ENSO 8

Day 3: Delivering services to society 9

Session 3C: Hazards, Impacts and Management
9


CWP-3C-01 The ocean observing system for tropical cyclone intensification forecasts and studies 9

CWP-3C-02 The California Cooperative Oceanic Fisheries Investigations (CalCOFI): the continuing evolution and contributions of a 60-year ocean observation program 9

CWP-3C-03 Observations as decision support for coastal management in response to local sea level changes 9

CWP-3C-04 Storm Surge 9

CWP-3C-05 Wave measurements, needs and developments for the next decade 9

Day 4: Developing technology and infrastructure 9

Session 4A: In situ
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CWP-4A-01 In situ nutrient sensors for ocean observing systems 9

CWP-4A-02 Biologging in the Global Ocean Observing System 9

CWP-4A-03 Sensor Needs and Readiness Levels for Ocean Observing: An Example from the Ocean Observatories Initiative (OOI) 9

CWP-4A-04 Bio-optical profiling floats as new observational tools for biogeochemical and ecosystem studies 9

CWP-4A-05 Seafloor Observatory Science 9

CWP-4A-06 The Way Forward in Developing and Integrating Ferrybox Technologies 9

CWP-4A-07 The Voluntary Observing Ship Scheme 9


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CWP-4A-08 Autonomous Platforms in the Arctic Observing Network 10

CWP-4A-09 The Ocean Tracking Network 10

CWP-4A-10 Optical plankton imaging and analysis systems for ocean observation 10

CWP-4A-11 Automated Underway Oceanic and Atmospheric Measurements from Ships 10

CWP-4A-12 Gliders as a component of future observing systems 10

Day 4: Developing technology and infrastructure 11

Session 4B: Satellite 11

CWP-4B-01 Remotely sensed winds and wind stresses for marine forecasting and ocean modeling 11

CWP-4B-02 Integrating satellite altimetry and key observations: what we’ve learned, and what’s possible with new technologies 11

CWP-4B-03 Remote Sensing of Sea Ice 11

CWP-4B-04 The Role of Altimetry in Coastal Observing Systems 11

CWP-4B-05 Successes and Challenges for the Modern Sea Surface Temperature Observing System 11

CWP-4B-06 The SWOT (Surface Water Ocean Topography) Mission 11


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CWP-4B-07 ChloroGIN: Use of satellite and in situ data in support of ecosystem-based management of marine resources 11

CWP-4B-08 Resolving the global surface salinity field and variations by blending satellite and in situ observations 11

CWP-4B-09 Ocean Surface Topography Constellation: The Next 15 Years in Satellite Altimetry 11

CWP-4B-10 The Ocean Colour Radiance Virtual Constellation (OCR-VC) 11

Day 4: Developing technology and infrastructure 12

Session 4C: Information Synthesis and Delivery
12


CWP-4C-01 The JCOMM in situ Observing Platform Support Centre: A decade of progress and remaining challenges 12

CWP-4C-02 Ocean and Coastal Data Management 12

CWP-4C-03 Evolution in data and product management for serving operational oceanography, a GODAE feedback 12

CWP-4C-04 Integrating QA/QC into Open GeoSpatial Consortion Sensor Web Enablement 12

CWP-4C-05 Ocean Data Portal: a standards approach to data access and dissemination 12

CWP-4C-06 NetCDF-CF-OPeNDAP: Standards for Ocean Data Interoperability and Object Lessons for Community Data Standards Processes 12

CWP-4C-07 Observational requirements for global-scale ocean climate analysis: lessons learnt from ocean state estimation 12

CWP-4C-08 Data Management System for Surface Drifters 12

CWP-4C-09 Ocean State Estimation for Climate Research 12

CWP-4C-10 Ocean and Coastal Data Stewardship 12

CWP-4C-11 Argo Data Management 12

CWP-4C-12 The Data Management System for the Shipboard Automated Meteorological and Oceanographic System (SAMOS) Initiative 12

CWP-4C-13 Metadata Management in Global Distributed Ocean Observation Networks 13

CWP-4C-14 The Data Management System for the Global Temperature and Salinity Profile Programme 13

CWP-4C-15 Atmospheric reanalyses: a major resource for ocean product development and modeling 13

CWP-4C-16 Integrating biological data into ocean observing systems: the future role of OBIS 13

CWP-4C-17 Quality Assurance of Real-Time Ocean Data (QARTOD) 13

CWP-4C-18 Surface In situ Datasets for Marine Climatological Applications 13

CWP-4C-19 The Role of ICOADS in the Sustained Ocean Observing System 13

Additional Contributions 15

Day 2: Scientific results and potential based on global observations 17

Session 2A: Large-scale ocean properties: science, observations and impacts 17

Day 2: Scientific results and potential based on global observations 33

Session 2B: Large-scale ocean circulation and fluxes 33

Day 2: Scientific results and potential based on global observations 51

Session 2C: Biochemistry and ecosystems 51

Day 3: Delivering services to society 61

Session 3A: Information and Assessment 61

Day 3: Delivering services to society 68

Session 3B: Forecasting 68

AC-3B-12: COSYNA: Improving regional forecasting capabilities for the German Bight 73

Day 3: Delivering services to society 76

Session 3C: Hazards, Impacts and Management 76

AC-3C-04: Remote sensing and coastal zone management in the EU's less-developed areas: The role of the EFMS 79

Day 4: Developing technology and infrastructure 83

Session 4A: In situ 83

AC-4A-11: Electrochemical methods for autonomous chemical monitoring in marine environments 88

Day 4: Developing technology and infrastructure 103

Session 4B: Satellite 103

Day 4: Developing technology and infrastructure 119

Session 4C: Information Synthesis and Delivery 119

Day 5: The way forward 131

Session 5A: Delivering societal benefits from the ocean observing system 131

Day 5: The way forward 137

Session 5B: Towards an integrated observing system (expanding and enhancing the system) 137
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