PROGRAMME

General organisation and agenda

The detailed agenda will be published in August.

List of speakers

Rémy ASSELOT

France

Argo floats reveal the mechanisms controlling the deepening of anthropogenic carbon towards the deeper layers of the North Atlantic

Alexandre BARBONI

France

Anticyclones in the Mediterranean sea have significantly deeper winter MLD and delayed maximum.

Mariana BERNARBI BIF

USA

Using BGC-floats to observe particulate organic carbon dynamics in the southeast Pacific and southwest Atlantic Oceans

Trishneeta BHATTACHARYA

India

Observed seasonal variability of thermohaline structure and associated biological response in the Eastern Equatorial Indian Ocean using Argo profiling floats

Mitchell CHANDLER

USA

Variability in the Deep Western Boundary Current of the Southwest Pacific Basin identified using Deep Argo

Marin CORNEC

USA

Quantifying the Biological Carbon Pump in the North Atlantic with BioGeoChemical Argo floats

GIanpiero COSSARINI

Italy

Experience, lessons learnt and challenges of biogeochemical model validation with BGC-Argo in the EU Marine Copernicus Service

Audrey DELPECH

USA

Deep Eddy Kinetic Energy in the Tropical Pacific Revealed From Argo Floats

Damien DESBRUYÈRES

France

Warming-to-cooling reversal of overflow-derived water masses in the Irminger Sea during 2002-2021.

Andrea FASSBENDER

USA

Inequity in the deep: The amplified mesopelagic response to carbon accumulation

Giusy FEDELE

Italy

Characterization of the Atlantic Water and Levantine Intermediate Water in the Mediterranean Sea using 20 years of Argo data

Tetsuichi FUJIKI

Japan

Phytoplankton dynamics in the high nutrient – low chlorophyll regions: the northwestern subarctic Pacific

Donata GIGLIO

USA

Atmospheric river impacts on the upper ocean: a study using Argo floats

Alison GRAY

USA

Three-dimensional observational estimates of mesoscale eddy kinetic energy in the global ocean

Mihanović HRVOJE

Croatia

Exceptionally high salinities in the Adriatic Sea since 2017 – multiplatform approach to monitoring and research

Yibin HUANG

USA

Role of Biology in Sustaining the Southern Ocean Carbon Sink

Gregory JOHNSON

USA

Antarctic Bottom Water Warming and Circulation Slowdown in the Argentine Basin  from Analysis of Deep Argo and Historical Shipboard Temperature Data

Kenneth JOHNSON

USA

Carbon to nitrogen uptake ratios observed across the Southern Ocean by the SOCCOM profiling float array

Mélanie JUZA

Spain

Propagation in depth of marine heatwaves in the Mediterranean Sea as observed by the Argo network

Dimitris KASSIS

Greece

An update of  North Aegean hydrography derived from autonomous profiling floats

Elisabeth KUBIN

Italy

Heat content and temperature trends in the Mediterranean Sea  as derived by Argo float data (2005 – 2020)

Luisa LAMAS

Portugal

Combined use of Argo and Glider data to characterize the ocean: observing Meddies in the Eastern North Atlantic

Jennifer MCWHORTER

USA

Mesoscale eddies: Potential coral bleaching drivers and relief in the Gulf of Mexico

Melina MEHLMANN

Canada

EVALUATION OF BIOGEOCHEMICAL OCEAN MODELS FROM CMIP6 IN THE NORTH ATLANTIC OCEAN

Milena MENNA

Italia

Impact of the Medicane Apollo on a cyclonic vortex of the Ionian Sea

Kjell Arne MORK

Norway

Net community production in the Norwegian Sea estimated from nitrate fluxes using profiling floats

Tamaryn MORRIS

 South Africa

A study on cyclonic eddy-borne Argo floats in the Greater Agulhas Current System

Peter OKE

Australia

A demonstration of why only delayed-mode Argo data should be used for ocean reanalysis

Flavien PETIT

France

Variability in the fluorescence signal in relation to phytoplankton community composition and implications for the retrieval of the chlorophyll a concentration from BGC-Argo floats

Esther PORTELA

Australia/ France

Physical mechanisms driving oxygen subduction in the global ocean

Graham QUARTLY

UK

The Different Chlorophyll Structures in North Atlantic Cyclonic and Anticyclonic Eddies

Elisabeth REMY

France

Impact of Argo observations in Ocean Operational Systems

Andrea ROCHNER

UK

Can assimilating Biogeochemical-Argo data improve carbon flux estimates?

Guillaume SÉRAZIN

France

A seasonal climatology of the upper ocean pycnocline

Florian SÉVELLEC

France

Estimation of Horizontal Turbulent Diffusivity from Deep Argo Float Displacements

Jonathan SHARP

USA

Variability in Ocean Oxygen from GOBAI-O2: A Machine-Learning-Based Data Product

Susana SILVA

Portugal

Vertical Structure of Mesoscale Turbulence in the Azores Current System combining ARGO profiles, climatology, and altimetry

Sabrina SPEICH

France

Unveiling the ocean dynamics at the mesoscale from Argo and satellite observations

Adam STOER

Canada

Retrieval of ocean net primary productivity from daily cycles of carbon biomass measured by profiling floats

Peter STRUTTON

Australia

Biogeochemical Argo floats reveal the evolution of subsurface biomass in South Indian Ocean eddies

Louis TERRATS

France

Latitudinal gradient in the flux of sinking particles  driven by the phytoplankton community:  a BioGeoChemical-Argo float investigation in the Southern Ocean.

Anna TERUZZI

Italy

Maximizing the integration of BGC Argo data and predicting systems

Pablo Nicolás TRUCCO-PIGNATA

UK

Interannual variability of net community production in the Subantarctic Mode Water formation region estimated with autonomous platforms

Tong WANG

Japan

Spiciness anomalies in the upper North Pacific based on Argo observations

Susan WIJFFELS

USA

Towards resolving the mean mesoscale upper ocean  structure and circulation

Note: Most of the speakers plan to attend the workshop in person.