SEACOOS Fall Workshop, November 2004

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SEACOOS Fall Workshop, November 2004. POM, ROMS,

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Demonstrating Workgroup Charge: Develop, actualize, and assess cutting edge numerical displaying frameworks for the SE seaside sea for process situated research and operational estimating applications. Individuals:

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Sea Level & Current meter correlations POM, ROMS, & FVCOM hindcast examinations with information. BAROTROPIC BAROCLINIC

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LARVAL DISPERSAL STUDIES (CORAL REEFS, MPAs) High-determination models for estuary-rack cooperations and tropical storm surge recreations. 2.6Km/day 2.0Km/day 1.8Km/day 0.8Km/day

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Nesting with bowl scale HYCOM & NCOM models Data absorption factual adjoint CODAE arranging HF radar-determined surface streams Surface strays Velocity profilers from moorings T/S fields from profilers and lightweight flyers Focus on the Summer 2003 cool occasion for hindcast case

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USF Modeling – Progress/Plans FVCOM for estuary-rack cooperations and typhoon storm surge. POM, ROMS, & FVCOM hindcast correlations with information. ROMS over a bigger area for settling in HYCOM (or NCOM ) FY05 PLANS Hindcast reanalyses Nesting (HYCOM+) Data digestion measurable adjoint

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Summary to date WFS baroclinic hindcasts for process portrayals (utilizing POM) WFS coupled phys./biol. models of essential efficiency [with J. Walsh] Charlotte Harbor estuary applications (utilizing ECOM3D-si) WFS typhoon storm surge reproductions (utilizing FVCOM) Tampa Bay under different situations Hurricane Charley reenactment for Charlotte Harbor WFS baroclinic estuary-rack association recreations (utilizing FVCOM) WFS barotropic nowcast/figure Larger, SEACOOS space climatological month to month mean runs (utilizing ROMS) Comparisons of WFS hindcasts against in-situ information (utilizing POM, FVCOM, and ROMS) Year 4 arranges Hindcast reanalyses with introductory accentuations on 2001, a red-tide year. Settling with HYCOM (and conceivably NCOM) Implementation of information absorption systems Statistical Adjoint

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U M Modeling – Progress/Plans EFSIS BAROTROPIC BAROCLINIC GLOBAL NCOM Drifter Trajectories Released At Selected Points Sea Surface Heights And Vertically-found the middle value of Velocities Y R3 P LANS Downscaling from GLOBAL NCOM to hey res waterfront strip Skill evaluation -baroclinc show -brief constraining -tidal compelling -Lagrangian directions CODAE arranging -HF radar-determined surface streams -surface and subsurface strays -CTD and speed profiles LARVAL DISPERSAL from CORAL REEF First 12h (strong line) Next 24h (dashed line )

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Sea Level & Current meter examinations October 2000 Drifter Separation 2.6Km/day 2.0Km/day 1.8Km/day 0.8Km/day UNC Modeling – Progress/Plans

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Sea Level & Current meter correlations October 2000 Drifter Separation 2.6Km/day 2.0Km/day 1.8Km/day 0.8Km/day UNC Modeling – Progress/Plans Baroclinic cases (counting temperature and saltiness impacts) Coupling to HYCOM/bowl scale arrangements with provincial Quoddy display Focus on the Summer 2003 cool occasion for hindcast case Drifter directions in the SAB Reduced distinction amongst watched and demonstrated directions by: consideration of wanderer qualities, and merging of watched and demonstrated winds Difference is of the request of 1km/day, or 1cm/sec Hindcasts for broad reaction to meteorological occasions in March 2001 Paper in readiness for submittal