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Programme Details

This is the final version of the Colloquium 2010 programme. There is a pdf version of the agenda that can be accessed here: Final Programme

Oral Programme

Monday 26 April

Titles link to abstracts
09:00 - 09:40 Registration
09:40 - 09:45 Welcome note

SESSION 1.1 Ocean Science

09:45 - 10:10 Llovel W., Guinehut S., Cazenave A. Regional variability in sea level over 2002 – 2009 based on satellite altimetry, Argo float data and GRACE ocean mass.
10:10 - 10:35 Poulain P.-M., M. Menna, I. Gertman, G. Zodiatis. Surface circulation in the eastern Levantine Basin as deduced from satellite-tracked drifters.
10:35 - 11:00 Chu P.C., Sun C., Fan C. Meridional Overturning Circulation (MOC) Detected from In-Situ and Argo Measurements.
11:00 - 11:25

Coffee Break

11:25 - 12:05 Troupin, C., Aristegui, J., Beckers, J.-M., Sangra, P. High-resolution measurements of an upwelling filament during the CAIBEX campaign.
11:25 - 12:05 Menna, M., Poulain, P.-M. Subsurface circulation in the Mediterranean Sea based on Argo data.
12:05 - 12:30 Lips U., Lips I., Liblik T, Kikas V, Altoja K. An analysis of multiparametric observations in the Gulf of Finland (Baltic Sea).
12:30 - 14:00

Break

SESSION 1.2 Ocean Science

14:00 - 14:25 Lampitt R.S., Larkin KE, Campell J, Pebody C, Hartman SE, Pagnani M, Gkritzalis A, Ruhl H, Billet DSM. Long-term time-series from the EuroSITES Porcupine Abyssal Plain (PAP) sustained observatory.
14:25 - 14:50 Chu P.C., Fan C., Sun C. Changes of Heat and Freshwater Contents in World Oceans (1990 – 2009) Identified from In Situ and Argo Measurements.
14:50 - 15:15 Goodman L., Wang Z. Use of a Small AUV to Examine Fine and Microstructure Physical and Biological Processes.
15:15 - 15:45

Coffee Break and Poster session

SESSION 2.1 Data Quality Assessment

15:45 - 16:05 Garel E., V. Pais, O Ferreira. Practical aspects and data analysis of 2 years-long water quality and current monitoring in an estuary.
16:05 - 16:30 Karstensen J., Krahmann G., Stramma L., Laroche J. Does resolution matter? Comparison of a glider and ship survey through the Eastern South Pacific oxygen minimum.
16:30 - 16:55 Guinehut S., Coatanoan C., Dhomps A.L., Le Traon P.Y., Larnicol, G. On the use of satellite altimeter data in Argo quality control.
16:55 - 17:20 Nechad B., Sirjacobs D., Ruddick K. G. Time series of MERIS and MODIS Total suspended matter, their reconstruction by DINEOF and validation with autonomous platform data.
17:30

Welcome Cocktail

Tuesday 27 April

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SESSION 3.1 Monitoring Systems

09:00 - 09:25 Freeland H. A decade of success, so what comes next? (Solicited)
09:25 - 09:50 Rio M.H., Guinehut, S., Mulet, S., Dhomps, A. L., Larnicol, G. The GOOP: Global Ocean Observed Products.
09:50 - 10:15 Lampitt R.S., Larkin K.E., Campell J, Pebody C, Hartman SE, Pagnani M, Gkritzalis A, Ruhl H, Gooday AJ, Billett DSM. EuroSITES: Integrating and enhancing Europe’s in situ ocean observation
10:15 - 10:45

Coffee Break (Sponsored by Liquid Robotics)

10:45 - 11:10
11:10 - 11:35 Manley J, Trenaman N, Willcox S. The Wave Glider: Enabling a New Approach to Persistent Ocean Observation and Research.
11:35 - 12:00 Martins I., Vitorino J., Almeida S. Real time monitoring of Nazare Canyon (W Portugal)
12:30 - 14:00

Break

SESSION 3.2 Monitoring Systems

14:00 - 14:25 Favali, P. EMSO an ESFRI large-scale marine infrastructure. (Solicited)
14:25 - 14:50 Bauerfeind E, Bergmann M., Hasemann C., Fahl K., Nöthig E.-M., Klages M., Schewe I, Soltwedel T. The Arctic deep-sea observatory HAUSGARTEN, results of multidisciplinary investigations since 1999.
14:50 - 15:15 Cardin V, Bensi M, Pacciaroni M, Civitarese G and Gacic M. The EuroSITES E2M3A Observatory in the Southern Adriatic Sea: a tool to monitor the dense water formation process.
15:15 - 15:45

Coffee Break and Poster session

15:45 - 16:10 Karstensen J., GreinerT J., Lampitt R., Grant F., Priede I. MODOO: A modular and mobile deep ocean observatory and its application to the Porcupine Abyssal Plain.
16:10 - 16:35 Vivier F. et al. “Ice-T”: an autonomous buoy for real time measurement of sea-ice thickness and heat exchanges at the ocean-ice-atmosphere interface. Current status and future plans.
16:35 - 17:00 Favali, P., Beranzoli, L., Riccobene, G., Pavan, G. Scientific activities at the NEMO-SN1 cabled observatory.

Wednesday 28 April

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SESSION 4.1 Data-Model comparison and Assimilation

09:00 - 09:25 Mourre B., Lenartz F., Rixen M. Combining gliders, satellite SST and ocean models in 3-D Super Ensemble forecasting.
09:25 - 09:50 Schulz-Stellenfleth J, Stanev E, Staneva J. New tools for ocean observing network assessments applied to water level measurements in the German Bight.
09:50 - 10:15 Barth, A., Alvera-Azcarate, A., Beckers, J.-M., Staneva, J. Correcting surface winds by assimilating High-Frequency Radar surface currents in the German Bight.
10:15 - 10:45

Coffee Break and Poster session

10:45 - 11:10 Drévillon M., C. Desportes, A. El Moussaoui, N. Ferry, G. Garric, E. Greiner, S. Guinehut, F. Hernandez, G. Larnicol, B. Levier, C. Maraldi, L. Parent, C. Régnier, E. Rémy, M.-H. Rio, and The Mercator Ocean Team. MyOcean Global Ocean analysis and forecasting system and need for new independent data.
11:10 - 11:35 Pascual A, Ruiz S, Bouffard J, Garau B, Buongiorno Nardelli B, Larnicol G and Tintoré J. A multi-platform experiment for understanding coastal mesoscale and sub-mesoscale processes.
11:35 - 12:00

SESSION: Short poster presentations I


Kostianoy, A., A. Ginzburg, N. Sheremet, V. Kravtsova.
Vaguina I.
Kaed Bey ASK, Connely DP, Harris AJK, Floquet CFA, Tsaloglou MN, Bennett SA, Prien RD, Mowlew MC.
Yari S., M. Gacic, V. Kovacevic, V. Cardin
12:30 - 14:00

Break

SESSION 1.3: Ocean Science

14:00 - 14:25 K. W. Gurgel. Recent developments and applications of HF-radar. (Solicited)
14:25 - 15:00

SESSION: Short poster presentations II


Stanichny S, Ratner YU, Shokurov M, Barabanov V, Stanichnaya R, Soloviev D, Burdyugov V.
Fettweis M., Van den Eynde D., Francken F., Van Lancker V
Mehrdad M.
Gildor H., Carlson DF, Fredj E and Rom-Kedar V.
15:00 - 17:00

Poster session

20:00

COLLOQUIUM DINNER

Thursday 29 April

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SESSION 3.3 Monitoring Systems

09:00 - 09:25 Ross T, Smith C, Macearchern B. Co-incident in-situ observations of turbulence and zooplankton with a new biophysical profiler.
09:25 - 09:50 Greenwood N, Sivyer D, Pearce D, Mills D, Keable J, Hull T, Needham N and Lees H. Operational in situ monitoring for water quality assessments.
09:50 - 10:15 Heinesch B, Aubinet M, Carnat G, Eicken H, Geilfus N.-X, Goossens T., Papakyriakou T., Yernaux M, Tison J-L, B.Delille. Air-sea ice CO2 fluxes measurement with eddy covariance micrometeorological technique.
10:15 - 10:45

Coffee Break and Poster session

10:45 - 11:10 Testor, P. (Sollicited)
11:10 - 11:35 Navarro G, Gutierrez FJ, Diez-Minguito M, Losada MA, Ruiz J.Temporal and spatial variability of hydrological variables in Guadalquivir River Estuary through a real time telemetry network.
11:35 - 12:00 Goffart A. et al. Stareso.
12:00 - 12:30 Poulain, P.-M. EuroArgo: A Global Ocean Observing Infrastructure. (Solicited)
12:30 - 14:00

Break

SESSION 1.4 Ocean Science

14:00 - 14:25 Hopkins J., J. Howarth. HF radar measurements of residual circulation in the Liverpool Bay region of fresh water influence.
14:25 - 14:50 Stanichny S., Kushnir V. Recent archives and tools for satellite and meterological data.
14:50 - 15:15 Schaeffer A., A. Molcard, P. Forget, P. Fraunié, P. Garreau. Eddy HF radar observations in the Gulf of Lions.
15:15 - 15:45

Coffee Break and Poster session

15:45 - 16:10 Champenois W, Lepoint G, Delille B, Commarieu MV, Grégoire M, Beckers JM,and Borges AV. Evaluation of metabolic rates in various communities in the Bay of Calvi using optodes based on different approaches.
16:10 - 16:35 Wanninkhof R, Pierrot D, Gledhill D, Park G. Mapping partial pressure of CO2 of surface ocean water using automated instrumentation on ships of opportunity and remote sensing.
Babali N., Louanchi, F. Decadal variability of anthropogenic carbon penetration in the Mediterranean Sea : comparison of several approaches.

Friday 30 April

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SESSION 2.2 Data Quality Assessment

09:00 - 09:25 Petersen W. FerryBox – Application of Continuous Water Quality Observations Along Transects in the North Sea.
09:25 - 09:50 Alvera-Azcárate, A. Barth, A., Troupin, C., Beckers, J.-M. Error assessment of sea surface temperature satellite data relative to in situ data: effect of spatial and temporal coverage.
09:50 - 10:15 Ingleby B. Comparison of the quality of atmospheric data from ships and buoys.
10:15 - 10:45

Coffee Break and Poster session

SESSION 4.2 Data-Model Comparison and Assimilation

10:45 - 11:10 Rubio A, Mader J, Fontan A, Ferrer L, Gonzalez M and Alzorriz N. Coastal stations, offshore buoys and HF radar for monitoring high frequency ocean processes in the SE Bay of Biscay: some examples of model validation.
11:10 - 11:35 Buonocore B., D. Cianelli, P. Falco, M. Uttieri, B. Buongiorno Nardelli, S., Colella, E. Zambianchi. Multiplatform observation of the surface circulation of the Gulf of Naples (Southern Tyrrhenian Sea).
11:35 - 12:00 Cobas-Garcia, M., Ruiz-Villarreal, M., Garcia-Garcia, L.M., Otero, P. Constraining model setup in a narrow shelf simulation using different data sources.
12:00 - 14:00

Break

SESSION 1.5 Ocean Science

14:00 - 14:25 Kushnir V. Characteristics of the Coastal Marine Zones from multispectral optical satellites.
14:25 - 14:50 Schmitt F. G. Multiscale analysis of high frequency coastal monitoring data.
14:50 - 15:15 Rabe B, M Karcher, U Schauer, J M. Toole, R A. Krishfield, S Pisarev, F Kauker, R Gerdes, Ta Kikuchi. An assessment of pan-Arctic Ocean freshwater content changes from the 1990s to the IPY period.
15:15 - 15:40 Ostreovskii AG, Zatsepin A, Shoev D, Soloviev V, Tsybulsky A. Applications of the autonomous ocean moored profiler aqualog for the black sea studies.

Liège Colloquium Ends

Poster Programme

Posters will be on display from Monday to Friday. There will be a Poster Session Wednesday afternoon (14:00 - 16:00). The posters on display are summarised here, classiffied into the four topics covered in the Oral programme.

SESSION 1 Ocean Science

1.1 Arkhipkin, V.S., Mukhametov, S. S. Complex oceanographical studies of the coastal zone north-eastern part of the Black Sea.
1.2 Baeye, M., Fettweis, M., Francken, F., Van Lancker, V. Monitoring Morphological Changes using near-bed ADV Altimetry.
1.3 Borges AV, Middelburg JJ. Decadal changes of carbon dioxide in the Scheldt estuary.
1.4 Chasse G, Middelburg JJ, Delille B, Champenois W, Commarieu MV and Borges AV. Joint analysis of the seasonal and spatial variability of carbon dioxide, methane and nitrous oxide in the Scheldt estuary.
1.5 El-Saharty A.A. Concentrations of some radionuclides in the near shore sediments Southeast Mediterranean Coast, Egypt.
1.6 Ermakov, S., Kapustin, K., Lazareva, T., Makarov, E., Ergievskaya, I.S., Lavrova, O., Mitjagina, M. Marine slicks associated with coastal currents.
1.7 Harlay J, Delille B, and Borges AV. Decadal changes of carbon dioxide in the Southern North Sea.
1.8 Hasemann C, Bergmann M, Schewe I, Klages M, Vanreusel A, Soltwedel T. Benthic multidisciplinary time-series at the Arctic deep-sea observatory HAUSGARTEN.
1.9 Kaneda Y, Kawaguchi K., Araki E., Matsumoto H., Nakamura T., Kamiya S., Ariyoshi K., Hori T. Advanced dense ocean floor network for earthquakes and tsunamis around the Nankai Trough mega thrust earthquake seismogenic zone in Southwestern Japan - Real time monitoring of the seismogenic zone to understand recurrence cycle of mega thrust earthquakes.
1.10 Kostianoy A., A. Ginzburg, N. Sheremet, V. Kravtsova. Complex satellite monitoring of the Aral Sea region.
1.11 Lopez MJ, Espino M, Sanchez-Arcilla A, Jorda G and Fernandez J. Strong currents intensification in the Catalonian Coast.
1.12 Mehrdad M. Dynamic Source Process of Earthquakes in Caspian Sea.
1.13 Romanescu G. Morphology and dynamics of the Danube Delta littoral between the Sulina and Sfântu Gheorghe river mouths (Romania).
1.14 Said M.A., M.A. Gerges, I.A. maiyza, M.A. Hussien and A. A. Radwan. Investigating changes in the Atlantic Waters characteristics along the Egyptian Mediterranean Coast.
1.15 Troupin, C., Aristegui, J., Beckers, J.-M., Sangra, P. High-resolution measurements of an upwelling filament during the CAIBEX campaign (summer 2009).
1.16 Yari S., M. Gacic, V. Kovacevic, V. Cardin. Water, Heat and salt Transport across the Strait of Otranto.
1.17 Zambianchi E. The PRIMI 2009 summer cruise: multiplatform observation of oil spills in the Central Mediterranean Sea.

SESSION 2 Data Quality Assessment

2.1 Chu P.C., Kuo Y-H . Detection of Red Tide in the Western Japan Sea Coastal Waters Using MODIS Fluorescence Data.
2.2 Ouberdous M., Troupin C., Lenartz F., Barth A., Alvera-Azcárate A., Beckers J-M. Diva Hydrographic Data Sets Stabilisation: An optimal method.

SESSION 3 Monitoring Systems

3.1 Fettweis M., Van den Eynde D., Francken F., Van Lancker V. SPM dynamics measured with an automated tripod in the Belgian nearshore area: natural dynamics and anthropogenic effects.
3.2 Garel E., V. Pais, O Ferreira. Practical aspects and data analysis of 2 years-long water quality and current monitoring in an estuary.
3.3 Gildor H., Carlson DF, Fredj E and Rom-Kedar V. Deducing an upper bound to the horizontal eddy diffusivity using a stochastic Lagrangian model.
3.4 Gobert, S. et al. STARESO.
3.5 Kaed Bey ASK, Connely DP, Harris AJK, Floquet CFA, Tsaloglou MN, Bennett SA, Prien RD, Mowlew MC. Development of a high resolution analyser for the measurement of ammonium in seawater.
3.6 Navarro G, Gutierrez FJ, Diez-Minguito M, Losada MA, Ruiz J. Temporal and spatial variability of hydrological variables in Guadalquivir River Estuary through a real time telemetry network.
3.7 Shabanova L, Khachaturov V, Zlotov A. The monitoring system of the Kazakhstan sector of Caspian Sea.
3.8 Vousdoukas MI, Almeida LP, Adnriolo U, Ferreira O, Taborda R, Silva AN. Automated video system for storm impact evaluation at Praia de Faro (South Portugal)

SESSION 4 Data-Model comparison and Assimilation

4.1 Cobas-Garcia, M., Ruiz-Villarreal, M., Garcia-Garcia, L.M., Otero, P. Constraining model setup in a narrow shelf simulation using different data sources.
4.2 Ershov S., Mikhaylovskaya I., and Novik O. Elements of the Tsunami precursors physics: Seismo-Hydro-Electromagnetics.
4.3 Ozer J, Ponsar S, Lacroix G, Nechad B, Legrand S, Luyten P and Lancelot C. On the efficiency of some metrics for the near real time assessment of model products in Eastern Channel and Southern North Sea: some results and comments.
4.4 Perekhodtseva E. Hydrodynamic-statistical forecast of storm wind over the Barentsovo, North and Norway Seas.
4.5 Port A., Gurgel K., Staneva J., Schulz-Stellenfleth J., Stanev E. Tidal and wind-driven surface currents in the German Bight: HFR observations vs. model simulations.
4.6 Stanichny S, Ratner YU, Shokurov M, Barabanov V, Stanichnaya R, Soloviev D, Burdyugov V. Synergy of Multychannel, Multyspectral, Multyplatform remote sensing data and Marine and Atmospheric Modeling for Sea study.
4.7 Vaguina I. Heton’ dynamics over a submerged obstacle.
4.8 Vitorino, J., Larangeiro, S. , Silva, F., Pinto, J., Almeida, S. Forecasting the oceanographic conditions in the Nazare Canyon area (W Portugal).
4.9 Xue Y., D. Behringer, B. Huang, A. Kumar, C. Wen. Oceanic Variability in NCEP Climate Forecast System Reanalysis.