Workshop Programme

Final Agenda: application/pdf Euro-Argo User Workshop final agenda

5th Euro-Argo User Workshop

Brest, March 16-17 2015

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Day 1 - Monday 16th March 2015

14:00 application/pdf Welcome from Ifremer - P-Y. Le Traon, Ifremer, France

14:20 application/pdf Argo international - S. Wijffels, CSIRO, Australia

14:40 application/pdf Euro-Argo - S. Pouliquen, Ifremer, France

Session 1:  Ocean Circulation and water masses. Chair: G. Maze

15:00 20-year Increase of the South Pacific Gyre Circulation - D. Roemmich, SCRIPPS, USA

15:20 The Madagascar dipoles from Argo profiling floats and altimetry measurements - B. Aguiar-Gonzáleza, NIOZ, Netherlands

15:40 application/pdf Assessment of the ocean observing system in the Equatorial Pacific: The role of Argo in resolving intraseasonal to nterannual variability - F. Gasparin, SCRIPPS, USA

16:30 Using Gaussian Mixture Model to characterise the North Atlantic climatology and variability - G. Maze, Ifremer, France

16:50 application/pdf Genesis and spatial extension of 1000m deep convection event in the Irminger sea in 2011‐ 2012 revealed by Argo floats - A. Piron, L.P.O France

17:10 application/pdf A complex North Atlantic permanent pycnocline revealed by Argo data - C. Feucher, L.P.O, France

Day 2: Tuesday 17th March 2015

Session 1 (following):  Ocean Circulation and water masses. Chair: G. Maze

09:00 application/pdf Impact of the ARGO array in the Mercator Ocean global ocean analysis and forecasting system - Drévillon & al., Mercator-Océan, France

Session 2:  Bio-argo. Chair: G. Dall'Olmo

09:20 application/pdf Mixed versus Mixing layer depth: a Bio-Argo float approach - L. Lacour, LOV, France

09:40 application/pdf Is the Seasonal Mixed Layer Carbon Pump an Important Component of the Ocean Carbon Cycle? - G. Dall'Olmo, PML, UK

10:00 application/pdf Carbon cycling during the spring bloom in the Southern Ocean observed by the SOCCOM profiling float array - K. Johnson, Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute

10:20 application/pdf Study of the plankton ecosystem variability using Modelling and Bio-Argo floats deployment in the Mediterranean Sea - F. Kessouri, Univ. Paul Sabatier, Lab. d'Aérologie, France

11:10 application/pdf How Bio-Argo profiling floats can help to improve our understanding of mean chlorophyll seasonal distribution? A case study in the Mediterranean Sea - H. Lavigne, OGS, Italy

11:30 application/pdf Seasonal variability of nutrient concentrations in the Mediterranean Sea: Contribution of Bio-Argo floats- O. Pasqueron de Fommervault, LOV, France

Session 3:  Marginal seas and high latitudes. Chair:  P-M. Poulain

11:50 application/pdf Spreading of Polar Water Masses into the Nordic Seas - Analyses of hydrographic measurements from Seagliders and Argo floats - K. Latarius, AWI, Germany

12:10 Cooling of the Atlantic Water in the Fram Strait observed with the Argo floats - I. Goszczko, IOPAS, Poland

12:30 application/pdf Argo activities in the Baltic Sea - S.M. Siiriä, FMI, Finland

14:30 application/pdf Changes in hydrological properties of the Mediterranean Sea over the last 10 years with focus on the Levantine Intermediate Water and the Atlantic W... - G. Notarstefano, OGS, Italy

14:40 application/pdf Hydrological variability of the Eastern Ionian and Adriatic Seas derived from two new Argo missions in 2014 - D. Kassis, HCMR, Greece

Session 4:  Round Tables

15:00 application/pdf Implementation of Argo in European Marginal Seas

15:30 application/pdf Thoughts about a Deep-Argo strategy

16:00 application/pdf Bio-Argo

16:30 application/pdf What are the requirements on Argo data system enhancements?