Outline of Second Argo Science Workshop
Wednesday
March 15th
Argo workshop presentations within Integrated Approach session of "15years of Radar Altimetry" symposium.

Argo-related papers from this session are marked in red

0820 - 1020
Oral presentations Integrated approach - systems
1050 - 1250
Oral presentations Integated approach - demonstrations
1400 - 1540
Oral presentations
1610 - 1750
Oral presentations
1800 - 1930
Integrated approach posters and cocktails
Thursday
March 16th
"15 years of Altimetry" final plenary sessions.
Argo working group meetings. Argo posters setup.
Friday
March 17th
Argo workshop
0820 - 1040
Oral presentations - Theme "Heat and salt"
1110 - 1250
Oral presentations - Theme "Water mass changes"
1430 - 1630
Poster viewing
1630 - 1830
Oral presentations - Theme "Ocean Circulation"
Saturday
March 18th
0820 - 1040
Oral presentations - Theme "Climate applications and operational use"
1110 - 1250
Oral presentations - Theme "The Upper Ocean"
1430 - 1630
Poster viewing
1630 - 1750
Oral presentations - Theme "New Technologies and future prospects"
1750 - 1820
Open discussion
1820 - 1830
Closing remarks

Second Argo Science Workshop

Wednesday 15th
Integrated approach/Systems
0820-0840
Ichiro Fukumori1,
Benyang Tang1
Zhangfan Xing1
Dimitris Menemenlis1
Ou Wang1
Sophie Ricci1
1 JPL/Caltech, M/S 300-323, Pasadena,
CA 91109,
USA
The ECCO Near Real-Time Ocean Data Assimilation System

Fukumori ppt
if*pacific.jpl.nasa.gov
0840-0900
Thierry Penduff1,
Bernard Barnier1,
Anne-Marie Treguier1
Pierre-Yves Le Traon2
1 CNRS, BP53,
38041 Grenoble, France
2 IFREMER, BP70, 29280 PLOUZANE, France
Synergy between ocean observations and numerical simulations : CLIPPER heritage and DRAKKAR perspectives

Penduff ppt
Thierry.Penduff*hmg.inpg.fr
0900 - 0920
Gary Brassington1,
Graham Warren2 ,
Tim Pugh1 ,
Mikhail Entel1 ,
Konstantin Belyaev1 ,
Eric Schulz1 ,
Helen Beggs1 , Leeuwenburg Tennessee2
,Claire Spillman1
Neville Smith1
1Bureau of Meteorology Research Centre, 700 Collins Street, Melbourne, Australia
2 Bureau of Meteorology, 700 Collins Street, Melbourne, Australia
Ocean Model Analysis and Predicition System (OceanMAPS): operational ocean forecasting based on near real-time satellite altimetry and Argo

Brassington ppt
g.brassington*bom.gov.au
0920 - 0940
E. Chassignet 1
+
H.E. Hurlburt,
O.M. Smedstad,
J. Cummings,
H. Kang,
C. Thacker,
L. Parent,
P. Brasseur,
A. Srinivasan,
T. Chin,
R. Baraille
1U. of Miami/RSMAS, 4600 Rickenbacker Cway, Miami, FL, 33149, United States

HYCOM Ocean Prediction and Altimeter Data Assimilation

Chassignet ppt
0940 - 1000
Magdalena A. Balmaseda,
Arthur Vidard1 ,
David L.T. Anderson1
1 ECMWF, Shinfield Park, Reading RG2 9AX, United Kingdom Impact of Argo temperature and salinity measurements in the new ECMWF ocean analysis system, with focus on the interaction with altimeter data.

Vidard ppt
Magdalena.Balmaseda*ecmwf.int
1000 - 1020
Marie Drévillon1
Nicolas Ferry1 ,
Elisabeth Remy1 ,
Eric Dombrowsky1 ,
Nathalie Verbrugge1 ,
Stéphanie Guinehut1
, Corinne Derval1 ,
Edmée Durand1 ,
Gilles Garric1 ,
Benoit Tranchant1 ,
Mounir Benkiran1 ,
Eric Greiner1 ,
Jean-michel Lellouche1
1 Mercator-Ocean, 8-10 rue hermès, 31520 ramonville st agne, France The PSY3v1 GODAE/Mercator ocean forecasting system, a global eddy permitting (1/4°) ocean model assimilating altimetry data

Drevillon ppt
mdrevillon*mercator-ocean.fr
1020 -1050
COFFEE
Integrated approach - Demonstrations
1050 - 1110
Rui Ponte1,
Sergey Vinogradov1, Carl Wunsch2
1 Atmospheric and Environmental Research, Inc., 131 Hartwell Avenue, Lexington, MA 02421-3126, United States
2 Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 77 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, MA 02139, United States
Interpreting low frequency sea level signals over the last decade

Ponte ppt
ponte*aer.com
1110 - 1150
Josh Willis1
Lee-Lueng Fu1
1 Jet Propulsion Laboratory, M/S 300-323, Pasadena, CA 91109, United States
Mid-depth Circulation of the World’s Oceans: A First Look at the Argo Array

Willis ppt
joshua.k.willis*jpl.nasa.gov

llf*pacific.jpl.nasa.gov

1150 - 1210
Paolo Cipollini1 1 National Oceanography Centre, Southampton, European Way, SO14 3ZH Southampton, United Kingdom
Altimetry, SST and ocean colour unveil the effects of planetary waves on phytoplankton

Cipollini ppt
1210 - 1230
Nikolai Maximenko1
Peter Niiler2
1 IPRC/SOEST, University of Hawaii, 1680 East West Road, POST #401, Honolulu, Hawaii 96822, United States
2 Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UCSD, , La Jolla, California 92093-0213, United States

Mean surface circulation of the global ocean inferred from satellite altimeter and drifter data

Maximenko ppt
nikolai*musashimaru.soest.hawaii.edu
1230 - 1250
Carl Wunsch1
Patrick Heimbach1
1 MIT, Room 54-1524, Cambridge, 02139, United States

Combining Altimetric and All Other Data with a General Circulation Model

Wunsch ppt
cwunsch*mit.edu
1250 - 1400
LUNCH
Integrated approach - Demonstrations
1400 - 1420
Monique Messie1,
Marie-Hélène Radenac1 ,
Jérôme Lefevre2
1 LEGOS, 18 avenue Edouard Belin, 31401 Toulouse cedex 9, France
2Centre IRD de Nouméa, BP A5, 98848 NOUMEA Cedex, New Caledonia

Chlorophyll Bloom in the Western Equatorial Pacific During the 1998 El Niño / La Niña Transition: the Role of Kiribati Islands as Seen From Satellite, in-situ Data, and a High-Resolution Simulation

Messie ppt
1420 - 1440
Saskia Esselborn1
Tilo Schöne1
Silvia Becker1
Roland Schmidt1
1GFZ Potsdam, Telegrafenberg, 14473 Potsdam, Germany Basin Scale Mass Variations in the Atlantic Ocean

Esselborn ppt
essel*gfz-potsdam.de
1440 - 1500
Per Knudsen1
and The GOCINA team
1Danish National Space Center, Juliane Maries Vej 30, Dk-2100, Denmark Results from the GOCINA project. Combining altimetric/gravimetric and ocean model mean dynamic topographies.

Knudsen ppt
1500 - 1520
Yves Desaubies1 1 MERSEA Consortium, BP 70, 29280 Plouzané, France The MERSEA Project : Development of a European system for operational monitoring and forecasting of the ocean on global and regional scales.

Desaubies ppt
Yves.Desaubies*ifremer.fr
1520 - 1540
Sylvain MICHEL1,
Bertrand CHAPRON1,
Jean TOURNADRE1 ,
Nicolas REUL1
1 IFREMER, Technopole Brest-Iroise, 29280 Plouzané, France Sea surface salinity from a simplified ocean mixed layer model using global altimeter data

Michel ppt
smic*pol.ac.uk
1520 - 1540
Magdalena A. Balmaseda,
Arthur Vidard1 ,
David L.T. Anderson1
1 ECMWF, Shinfield Park, Reading RG2 9AX, United Kingdom Impact of Argo temperature and salinity measurements in the new ECMWF ocean analysis system, with focus on the interaction with altimeter data.

Balmaseda ppt
Magdalena.Balmaseda*ecmwf.int
1540 - 1610
COFFEE
Integrated approach - Diagnostics
1610 - 1630
LuAnne Thompson1
Kathryn Kelly1
1 University of Washington, Box 355351, Seattle, WA 98195, United States

Using altimeter measurements for quantitative assessment of high resolution ocean models

Thompson ppt
1630 - 1650
Claire Perigaud1,
Jean-Philippe Boulanger2
Serena Illig1
1 JPL, 4800 Oak Grove Drive, Pasadena, CA, 91109, United States
2 LODYC, 4 place Jussieu, 75252 Paris Cedex 05, France
Importance of TOPEX/Poseidon/Jason data to improve the coupled ocean-atmosphere modeling of El Niño

Perigaud ppt
1650 - 1710
Fabrice Bonjean1,
Gary Lagerloef1 ,
Eric Johnson1 ,
John Gunn1 ,
Laury Miller2 ,
Richard Legeckis2 ,
Gary Mitchum3 ,
Nancy Soreide4 ,
Mark Bourassa5
1 Earth & Space Research, 1910 Fairview Avenue East, Suite 210, Seattle, WA 98102, United States
2 NOAA/NESDIS, 1335 East-West Highway, Silver Spring, MD 20910, United States
3 University of South Florida, 140 Seventh Avenue South, St. Petersburg, Florida 33701, United States
(4) NOAA/PMEL, 7600 Sand Point Way NE, Seattle, WA 98115, United States
(5) Florida State University, 2035 E. Dirac Dr., Suite-200 Johnson Bldg , Tallahassee, FL 32310, United States
Ocean Surface Current Monitoring from Space: Methodology and Progress

Bonjean ppt
1710 - 1730
Eric Greiner1 1 MERCATOR, 8-10 Rue Herme, Parc Technologique, 31526 Ramonville St Agne, France

The Mercator 1992-2002 PSY1v2 ocean reanalysis for tropical and North Atlantic

Greiner ppt
1800 - 1930
Posters and drinks (11 Argo-related talks)
Thursday/16th
Altimetry final plenary sessions. Argo posters (See final list), Argo group meetings
Friday/17th
First day of Argo Science workshop
Session 1 Heat and salt
0820 - 0840
Dean Roemmich1
Howard Freeland2
Pierre-Yves Le Traon3
John Gould4
1SIO, PORD, 9500 Gilman Drive, La Jolla,CA 92095-0230, USA
2Fisheries and Oceans/Canada,
P. O. Box 6000,
Sidney, V8L 4B2,
BC,
Canada
33IFREMER, BP70, 29280 Plouzane, France
4
NOC, Empress Dock, Southampton, SO14 3ZH, UK
Introduction to Argo, GODAE and the Workshop
0840 - 0900
Richard Wood1 1 Met Office Hadley Centre for Climate Prediction and Research
FitzRoy Road, Exeter EX1 3PB, UK
Uses of Argo for climate

Wood ppt
richard.wood*metoffice.gov.uk
0900 - 0920
Fabienne Gaillard1 1 IFREMER, BP70, 29280 Plouzane, France
Global heat and salt content observed with Argo profiles

Gaillard ppt
fgaillar*ifremer.fr
0920 - 0940
John Gilson1
Dean Roemmich1

1SIO
UCSD
9500 Gilman Drive
La Jolla,
CA 92093
USA
How well is Argo measuring the steric component of global sea level?

Gilson ppt
gilson*eori.ucsd.edu

droemmich*ucsd.edu

0940 - 1000
Rachel Hadfield1
Neil Wells1
Simon Josey1
1NOC
Empress Dock
Southampton
SO14 3ZH
UK
How useful is Argo for investigation of interannual variability in the North Atlantic heat content?

Hadfield ppt
reh1*noc.soton.ac.uk

ncw*noc.soton.ac.uk

Simon.A.Josey*noc.soton.ac.uk

1000 - 1020
Sarah Gille1 1Scripps Institution of Oceanography
UCSD
9500 Gilman Drive
La Jolla
CA 92014
USA
Decadal-Scale Temperature Trends in the Southern Hemisphere

Gille ppt
sgille*ucsd.edu
1020 - 1040
Dean Roemmich1
John Gilson1
Russ Davis1
Phil Sutton2,
Susan Wijffels3
Steve Riser4
1Scripps Institution of Oceanography
UCSD
9500 Gilman Drive
La Jolla
CA 92014
USA
JASON and Argo reveal a decadal spin-up of the South Pacific gyre

Roemmich ppt
gilson*eori.ucsd.edu

droemmich*ucsd.edu

1040 - 1110
COFFEE
Session 2 Watermass changes
1110 - 1130
Gregory C. Johnson1 1NOAA/PMEL
7600 Sand Point Way NE Bldg. 3
Seattle, WA 98115 USA
Generation and Initial Evolution of a Mode Water Theta-S Anomaly

Johnson ppt
gregory.c.johnson*noaa.gov
1130 - 1150
B.A.King1
E McDonagh1

1NOC
Empress Dock
Southampton
SO14 3ZH
UK

Interannual changes in thermocline properties in the Indian Ocean

King ppt
bak*noc.soton.ac.uk

E.McDonagh*noc.soton.ac.uk

1150 - 1210
Bo Qiu1
Peter Hacker1
Shuiming Chen1
Kathleen A. Donohue
D. Randolph Watts
Humio Mitsudera1
Nelson G. Hogg
Steven R. Jayne
1Department of Oceanography
University of Hawaii at Manoa
1000 Pope Road
Honolulu, HI 96822, USA
Observations of the Mode Water Formation and Evolution from the Kuroshio Extension System Study (KESS) Float Program

Qiu ppt
bo*soest.hawaii.edu
1210 - 1230
Xu Jianping 1,2
Liu Zenghong 1,2
Sun Chaohui 1,2
Zhu Bokang 1
1 Second Institute of Oceanography, State Oceanic Administration, Hangzhou 310021, China
2 Key Lab. of Ocean Dynamic Processes and Satellite Oceanography, State Oceanic Administration. Hangzhou 310012, China
Study on the circulation and water masses in the Northwest Pacific Ocean Using Argo profiling floats

Xu ppt
sioxu*zgb.com.cn

siozhu*hotmail.com

1230 - 1250
Tim Boyer1
Sydney Levitus1
John Antonov1
Ricardo Locarnini1
1Ocean Climate Laboratory/National Oceanographic Data Center
1315 East-West Highway
Silver Spring, MD 201910
USA
The impact of profiling float data on the estimation of mean climatological temperature and salinity fields.

Boyer ppt
boyer*nodc.noaa.gov

levitus*nodc.noaa.gov

antonov*nodc.noaa.gov

ricardo.locarnini*noaa.gov

1300 - 1430
Lunch
1430 - 1630
Posters + Coffee
Session 3 Ocean circulation
1630 - 1650
Steven Jayne1
Breck Owens1,
Bruce Cornuelle2
1Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Woods Hole, MA
2Scripps Institution of Oceanography, La Jolla, CA
Estimating the time-averaged circulation of the North Atlantic Ocean

Owens ppt
sjayne*whoi.edu

bowens*whoi.edu

bcornuelle*ucsd.edu

1650 - 1710
J. Fischer1
F. Schott1
B. Rabe1
1Leibniz-Institut fuer Meereswissenschaften (IFM-GEOMAR)
Duesternbrooker Weg 20
D-24105 Kiel, Germany
Supply routes of eastern tropical Atlantic upwelling regions -- shallow ARGO Floats

Fischer ppt
jfischer*ifm-geomar.de

fschott*ifm-geomar.de

brabe*ifm-geomar.de

1710 - 1730
Hiromichi Ueno
Eitarou Oka
Toshio Suga
Hiroji Onishi
Argo Group
Institute of Observational Research for Global Change,
Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology
2-15 Natsushima-cho, Yokosuka, Kanagawa,
237-0061, JAPAN
Seasonal and interannual variability of temperature inversions in the subarctic North Pacific

Ueno ppt
uenohiro*jamstec.go.jp

eoka*ucsd.edu

suga*pol.geophys.tohoku.ac.jp

1730 - 1750
K. Getzlaff1
H. Bryden1
E. McDonagh1
B. King1,
1NOC
Empress Dock
Southampton
SO14 3ZH
UK
The circulation in the subtropical South Indian Ocean derived from Argo floats

Getzlaff ppt
K.Getzlaff*noc.soton.ac.uk

hlb*noc.soton.ac.uk

E.McDonagh*noc.soton.ac.uk

bak*noc.soton.ac.uk

1750 - 1810
Kjell Arne Mork1
Henrik Søiland1
1Institute of Marine Research
Nordnesgaten 50, P.O. 1870 Nordnes
N-5817 Bergen
Norway
The deep circulation in the Norwegian Sea from subsurface floats

Mork ppt
kjell.arne.mork*imr.no

henrik.soiland*imr.no

Saturday/18th
Final day of Argo Science Workshop
Session 4 Climate applications and operational use
0820 - 0840
John A. Church1,2,
Catia Domingues1,
Neil J. White1,2
Susan Wijffels1
1CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research
2Antarctic Climate and Ecosystems Cooperative Research Centre
Reconstructing estimates of ocean steric sea-level rise from sparse ocean data sets

Church ppt
John.Church*csiro.au

Catia.Domingues*csiro.au

Neil.White*csiro.au

Susan Wijffels*csiro.au

0840 - 0900
David W. Behringer1 1 NOAA/NCEP
Camp Springs, Maryland, USA
The impact of Argo temperature and salinity data on the NCEP Global Ocean Data Assimilation System (GODAS)

Behringer ppt
David.Behringer*noaa.gov
0900 - 0920
James A. Cummings1 1 Naval Research Laboratory
Monterey, California 93943
USA
Impact of Argo Profiles on Real-time Global Ocean Analyses for GODAE

Cummings ppt
cummings*nrlmry.navy.mil
0920 - 0940
Moon-Sik Suk1
D. Bala Subrahamanyam1
1Ocean Climate and Environment Research Division
Korea Ocean Research & Development Institute (KORDI)
Ansan P.O. Box 29, Seoul 425-600, Republic of Korea.
Data Assimilation Experiment of Argo floats to Quasi-Operational Ocean Prediction System around Korean Waters

Suk ppt
msuk*kordi.re.kr
0940 - 1000
Gregory C. Smith1
Keith Haines1
Arthur Vidard2
David Anderson2
Magdalena Balmaseda2
Chunlei Liu2
Alberto Troccoli2
1Environmental Systems Science Centre
University of Reading
3 Earley Gate, Reading, RG6 6AL, UK
1 ECMWF, Shinfield Park, Reading RG2 9AX, United Kingdom

Assimilation of Argo data into ECMWF models: diagnostics of ocean transports and water mass variability

Smith ppt
gcs*mail.nerc-essc.ac.uk

kh*mail.nerc-essc.ac.uk

nes*ecmwf.int

1000 - 1020
Eric Hackert1
Joaquim Ballabrera-Poy1
Antonio Busalacchi1 Raghu Murtugudde1
1Earth System Science Interdisiplinary Center, 2227 CSS BLD. (BLD 224), College Park, MD 20842-2465, United States
Role of assimilation of ARGO data in the improvement of tropical Pacific Ocean simulations

Hackert ppt
ehackert*essic.umd.edu

tonyb*essic.umd.edu

1020 -1040
C. Maes1
K. Ando2
T. Delcroix1
W. S. Kessler3
M. J. McPhaden3
D. Roemmich4
1IRD/LEGOS Centre IRD, BP A5, 98848 Noumea New-Caledonia Observed characteristics at the eastern edge of the warm pool in the western Pacific Ocean

Maes ppt
christophe.maes*noumea.ird.nc
1040 - 1110
COFFEE
Session 5 The upper ocean
1110 - 1130
K. Speer1
N. Wienders1
C. Chien1
1Department of Oceanography
Florida State University
Tallahassee, FL 32303
Argo measurements near the sea-ice margin.

Wienders ppt
kspeer*ocean.fsu.edu

wienders*ocean.fsu.edu

1130 - 1150
Gilles Reverdin1 1LODYC, Univ. Paris VI,
boite 100,
4, place Jussieu,
75252 Paris Cx 05,
France
Complementarities between ship-of-opportunity in situ surface salinity data and the Argo data

Reverdin ppt
Gilles.Reverdin*lodyc.jussieu.fr
1150 - 1210
Raghavan Krishnan1
K. V. Ramesh
B.K.Samala
G. Meyers
J.M.Slingo
M.J. Fennessy
1Climate and Global Modelling Division
Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology
Dr. Homi Bhabha Road, NCL Post
Pashan
Pune &Mac246; 411008
INDIA
Coupled air-sea interactions in the tropical Indian Ocean environment

Ali ppt
krish*tropmet.res.in
1210 - 1230
Naoto Iwasaka1
Fumiaki Kobashi
Yosuke Kinoshita
Yuko Ohno
Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology
Faculty of Marine Technology
Etchujima 2-1-6, Koto-ku, Tokyo 135-8533, JAPAN
Seasonal variations of the upper ocean in the western North Pacific observed by an Argo float

Iwasaka ppt
iwasaka*e.kaiyodai.ac.jp
1230 - 1250
Howard Freeland1 1Fisheries and Oceans/Canada,
P. O. Box 6000,
Sidney, V8L 4B2,
BC,
Canada
What Proportion of the North Pacific Current finds its way into the Gulf of Alaska?

Freeland ppt
freelandhj*dfo-mpo.gc.ca
1300 - 1430
LUNCH
1430 - 1630
Posters and Coffee
Session 6 New technologies and future prospects
1630 - 1650
A. Koertinger

D. Gilbert
H. Freeland
A. Tran

S. Riser

IFM-GEOMAR, Leibniz-Institute for Marine Sciences Kiel
Duesternbrooker Weg 20
D-24105 Kiel
Germany

Stephen C. Riser
School of Oceanography
University of Washington
Seattle, WA 98195 USA

Direction des Sciences Océaniques
Institut Maurice-Lamontagne
Pêches et Océans Canada
850 route de la Mer
Mont-Joli, Québec
Canada, G5H 3Z4

Biogeochemical observations from profiling floats - The Oxygen success story and more to come

Koertzinger ppt

Long-term measurements of dissolved oxygen from Argo floats

akoertzinger*ifm-geomar.de

GilbertD*dfo-mpo.gc.ca

freelandhj*dfo-mpo.gc.ca

tran*meds-sdmm.dfo-mpo.gc.ca

riser*ocean.washington.edu

1650 - 1710
Olaf Klatt
Olaf Boebel
Ismael Núñez-Riboni,
Eberhard Fahrbach
Alfred-Wegener-Institut
Bussestrasse 24
D-27570 Bremerhaven
Germany
Towards an Hybrid Antarctic Float Observation System (HAFOS)

Klatt ppt
oklatt*awi-bremerhaven.de

oboebel*awi-bremerhaven.de

efahrbach*awi-bremerhaven.de

1710 - 1730
Stephen C. Riser School of Oceanography
University of Washington
Seattle, WA 98195 USA
Year-long measurements of rain and windspeed from Argo floats

Riser ppt
riser*ocean.washington.edu
1730 - 1750
Hjalmar Hatun1
Charlie Eriksen2
Peter Rhines2
1Nóatún 1, F0-100 Torshavn, Faroe Islands

2University of Washington
Box 357940, Seattle Washington, 98195

Labrador Sea convection and circulation of low-salinity waters tracked by Seagliders, Argo and Altimetry

Hatun ppt
Hjalmarh*frs.fo

charlie*ocean.washington.edu

rhines*ocean.washington.edu

1750 - 1830
Discussion of the future of Argo
1810 - 1830
Closing remarks
Argo posters - Argo workshop + integrated approach posters
Neeraj Agarwal
Rashmi Sharma
Sujit Basu
Abhijit Sarkar
Vijay K Agarwal
Meteorology and Oceanography Group
Space Applications Center, I.S.R.O.
Ahmedabad-380015
Impact of Argo data assimilation in an Ocean General Circulation Model neeraj*sac.isro.gov.in
Steven Alderson
P. Challenor
S. Cunningham
P. Killworth
N. O'Reilly.
National Oceanography Centre,
University of Southampton Waterfront Campus,
European Way,
Southampton, SO14 3ZH,
UK
The use of Argo float data in a Bernoulli inverse of the North Atlantic

Alderson poster
sga*noc.soton.ac.uk

scu*noc.soton.ac.uk

MM Ali,
Uday Bhaskar, Ravichandran
Oceanography Division
National Remote Sensing Agency
Balanagar
Hyderabad (India) 500037
Studying the zonal slope of thermocline uisng Argo and altimeter observations mmali73*yahoo.com
E. Autret
F. Gaillard
Laboratoire de Physique des Océans, Ifremer, BP70, 29280 Plouzané France Delayed mode qualification of ARGO floats: CORIOLIS analysis system emmanuelle.autret*ifremer.fr

fabienne.gaillard*ifremer.fr

E. Autret 1,
F. Gaillard 1,
T. Loubrieu 2
1.Laboratoire de Physique des Océans, Ifremer, BP70, 29280 Plouzané France
2.Coriolis data center, Ifremer, BP70, 29280 Plouzané France
Climatology and interannual variability of the North Atlantic from Coriolis re-analysis emmanuelle.autret*ifremer.fr

fabienne.gaillard*ifremer.fr

Nadia Ayoub1
Marc Lucas1
Pierre De Mey2
1 CNRS/LEGI, LEGI - BP53x, 38041 Grenoble Cedex , France
2 CNRS/LEGOS, 18 avenue Edouard Belin, 31401 Toulouse Cedex, France

Exploration of model errors in terms of Sea Surface Height and Temperature in a 1&Mac218;4° model of the North Atlantic Nadia.Ayoub*hmg.inpg.fr

Marc.Lucas*hmg.inpg.fr

pierre.de-mey*cnes.fr

Daniel Ballestero Laboratorio de Oceanografía y Manejo Costero
Universidad Nacional
Heredia 3000
Costa Rica
Using Argo data to address oceanographic issues in the Eastern tropical Pacific dballest*una.ac.cr
Paul Barker,
Richard Karsten
Howard Freeland
Dept Maths and Stats, Acadia university, Wolfville, Nova Scotia, Canada Argo float observations of Antarctic Intermediate Water paul.barker*acadiau.ca

Richard.Karsten*acadiau.ca

freelandhj*dfo-mpo.gc.ca

M. Belbeoch JCOMMOPS
8-10, rue Hermes,
Parc technologique du Canal
31526 Ramonville cedex - FRANCE

The work of the Argo Informatioon Centre belbeoch*jcommops.org
Frederick M. Bingham

Toshio Suga

UNC Wilmington
Center for Marine Science
5600 Marvin K. Moss Lane
Wilmington, NC 28409
USA
Distributions of mixed layer properties in North Pacific water mass formation areas: comparison of Argo floats and World Ocean Atlas 2001

Bingham poster
bigkahuna*fredbingham.com

suga*pol.geophys.tohoku.ac.jp

Wenju Cai CSIRO Marine & Atmospheric Research,
Aspendale,
Vic 3195,
Australia
Decadal-scale trend of the South Pacific circulation: a comparison between models and observations Wenju.Cai*csiro.au
Alexis Chaigneau
Oscar Pizarro
Gérard Eldin
COPAS/PROFC
Cabina 7, Barrio Universitario
Concepcion, CHILE
3 Dimensional structure of the eastern South Pacific eddies from surface drifters, satellite altimetry and ARGO profilers. chaigneau*profc.udec.cl
Alexis Chaigneau,
Gérard Eldin,
Osvaldo Ulloa,
Oscar Pizarro
Samuel Hormazabal
COPAS/PROFC
Cabina 7, Barrio Universitario
Concepcion, CHILE
ARGO buoys deployments in the Eastern South-Pacific for the 2005-2007 period.
Motivation –Technique - Deployment sites
chaigneau*profc.udec.cl
You-Soon Chang,
Chang-Woo Cho
Yong-Hoon Youn
Marine Meteorology and Earthquake Research Laboratory Meteorological Research Institute,
Seoul 156-720,
South Korea
Validation of numerical model in the Pacific Ocean with ARGO data

Chang, Y.S. poster
you*metri.re.kr

yhyoun*metri.re.kr

Kalyani Chikka1
K.V Ramesh1
P.S Swathi1
C-MMACS, NAL Belur Campus, Wind Tunnel road, Bangalore 560 037, India Influence of Barrier Layer on Sea Surface Height Variability in Bay of Bengal kalyani*cmmacs.ernet.in
Yang-Ki Cho1
Yong-Hoon Youn2
1. Faculty of Earth System and Environmental Sciences, Chonnam National University, Gwangju, 500-757, Korea.
2. Meteorological Research Institute, Korea Meteorological Agency, Seoul, 156-720, Korea
Transport variation of currents in the Northwestern Pacific Marginal Seas
ykcho*chonnam.ac.kr

yhyoun*metri.re.kr

Coatanoan C
Galaup P
V.Thierry
Coriolis Data Center
IFREMER DOP/DCB/IDM/SISMER
Centre de Brest - BP 70
FRANCE - 29280 PLOUZANE
France
Delayed Mode Quality Control on Argo floats at the Coriolis Data Center

Coatanoan poster
C Coatanoan,
T Carval,
L Petit de la Villéon
E Autret

Y Gouriou IRD
L Gourmelen SHOM

Coriolis Data Center
IFREMER DOP/DCB/IDM/SISMER
Centre de Brest - BP 70
FRANCE - 29280 PLOUZANE
France
Coriolis a French project for operational oceanography

Coatanoan poster
Christine.Coatanoan*ifremer.fr

Thierry.Carval*ifremer.fr

Loic.Petit.De.La.Villeon*ifremer.fr

yves.gouriou*ird.fr

loic.gourmelen*shom.fr

Yeun-Ho Daneshzadeh 1, Elizabeth Forteza 2 Robert Molinari 1 1 NOAA
AOML
Miami, Florida U.S.A.
(2) University of Miami
Cooperative Institute of Marine and Atmospheric Science
Miami, Florida U.S.A.
Quality Control of Pre-Argo World Ocean Circulation Experiment Profiling Float Data

Daneshzadeh poster
yeun-ho.chong*noaa.gov

Bob.Molinari*noaa.gov

C. Kalyani Devasena
K.V Ramesh
CSIR C-MMACS, NAL Belur Campus, Wind Tunnel Road
Bangalore-560 037, India
Variations of mixed layer and upper ocean heat content of the North Indian Ocean using Argo floats kalyani*cmmacs.ernet.in
Srdjan Dobricic1
Nadia Pinardi2
Marina Tonani1
Claudia Fratianni1
Mario Adani1
Alessandro Bonazzi1
1 Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia, Via Creti 12, 40128 Bologna, Italy
2 University of Bologna, Via S. Alberto 163, 48100 Ravenna, Italy
Operational multivariate assimilation of satellite and in situ observations in the Mediterranean Forecasting System dobricic*bo.ingv.it

pinardi*bo.ingv.it

Fabrizio D'Ortenzio1, Katarzyna Niewiadomska1, Hervé Claustre1, David Antoine1, Pierre Testor2
1Laboratoire D'Océanographie de Villefranche, Université Pierre et Marie Curie et CNRS, Villefranche sur Mer, France
2. LOCEAN-IPSL, Université Pierre et Marie Curie et CNRS, Paris, France
Monitoring the NW Mediterranean using coupled biogeochemical-physical platforms

D'Ortenzio poster
dortenzio*obs-vlfr.fr
Regina Folorunsho Nigerian Institute for Oceanography and Marine Research,
Victoria Island
Lagos
Nigeria
Argo in West Africa: Implications for a regional understanding of sea surface temperature and concomitant weather patterns rfolorunsho*yahoo.com
Yosuke Fujii,
Satoshi Matsumoto,
Shiro Ishizaki
Tamaki Yasuda
Masafumi Kamachi
Meteorological Research Institute,
1-1 Nagamine,
Tsukuba,
Ibaraki,
305-0052 Japan.
Variation of the South Pacific Tropical Water in an ocean data assimilation system (MRI-MOVE) and its relation to ENSO. yfuji*met.kishou.go.jp

P. Galaup,
V. Thierry,
S. Guinehut,
P.Y Le Traon,
E. Autret,
|F. Gaillard,
C. Coatanoan
Ifremer - Centre de Brest
DOPS/LPO
BP70
29280 Plouzane cedex
France
Consistency of the delayed-mode ARGO dataset

Galaup poster
Philippe.Galaup*ifremer.fr

Virginie.Thierry*ifremer.fr

Stephanie.Guinehut*cls.fr

D. Gilbert
H. Freeland
A. Tran
Direction des Sciences Océaniques
Institut Maurice-Lamontagne
Pêches et Océans Canada
850 route de la Mer
Mont-Joli, Québec
Canada, G5H 3Z4
Canadian oxygen measurements on Argo floats

Gilbert poster
GilbertD*dfo-mpo.gc.ca
Sarah T. Gille
Brian S. Chinn
Scripps Institution of Oceanography
UCSD
9500 Gilman Drive
La Jolla
CA 92023
USA
Estimating Eddy Heat Flux from Argo and ALACE Float Data

Gille poster
sgille*ucsd.edu
K C Gouda
P Goswami,
CSIR C-MMACS, NAL BELUR, Bangalore-37, India Estimation of MLD from Argo data over the north Indian Ocean. kcgouda*cmmacs.ernet.in
David Griffin
Peter R Oke,
Andreas Schiller
CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research, GPO Box 1538, Hobart, Tas 7001,
Australia
The Bluelink Ocean Forecast System David.Griffin*csiro.au

Peter.Oke*csiro.au

Andreas. Schiller*csiro.au

Stephanie GUINEHUT,
Mounir BENKIRAN,
Gilles LARNICOL
CLS / Space Oceanography Division
8-10 rue Hermes, Parc Technologique du Canal
31520 Ramonville Saint-Agne, FRANCE
Impact of the assimilation of Argo data in North Atlantic MERCATOR Ocean Forecasting System

Guinehut poster
Stephanie.Guinehut*cls.fr

Mounir.Benkiran*cls.fr

Gilles.Larnicol*cls.fr

Keith Haines,
Jean-Philippe Drecourt;
Gregory Smith
Environmental Systems Science Centre
University of Reading
3 Earley Gate, Reading, RG6 6AL,
UK
Salinity variability on depth levels, isotherms and isopycnals. Statistical studies of historical and Argo data with significance for data assimilation

Haines poster
kh*mail.nerc-essc.ac.uk

gcs*mail.nerc-essc.ac.uk

Shigeki Hosoda,
Shinya Minato,
Tsuyoshi Ohira
IORGC/JAMSTEC,
2-15, Natshushima-cho, Yokosuka, Kanagawa, 237-0061,Japan
Direct estimation of geostrophic velocity from Argo floats and its verification

Hosada poster
hosodas*jamstec.go.jp

sminato*jamstec.go.jp

Shigeki Hosoda,
Shinya Minato,
Nobuyuki Shikama
IORGC/JAMSTEC,
2-15, Natshushima-cho, Yokosuka, Kanagawa, 237-0061,Japan
Capture of seasonal variability of temperature and its spatial distribution using Argo floats data

Hosada poster
hosodas*jamstec.go.jp

sminato*jamstec.go.jp

nshikama*jamstec.go.jp

Mizuho Hoshimoto
Takashi Yoshida
Japan Meteorological Agency
1-3-4, Otemachi,
Chiyoda-ku,
Tokyo, 100-8122,
Japan
Statistics of Property of Ocean Surface Mixing Layer

Hoshimoto poster
tyoshida*met.kishou.go.jp
Shiro Ishizaki,
Satoshi Matsumoto, Yosuke Fujii,
Toshiyuki Sakurai,
Takashi Yoshida,
Tsurane Kuragano
Masafumi Kamachi
Office of Global Environment and Marine Department
Japan Meteorological Agency
1-3-4 Otemachi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, Japan
Salinity impacts and balance correction of wind stress and sea surface
height in MRI-MOVE system.


Ishizaki poster
s_ishizaki*met.kishou.go.jp
Naoto Iwasaka
Fumiaki Kobashi
Yosuke Kinoshita
Yuko Ohno
Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology
Faculty of Marine Technology
Etchujima 2-1-6, Koto-ku, Tokyo 135-8533, JAPAN
Seasonal variations of the upper ocean in the western North Pacific observed by an Argo float iwasaka*e.kaiyodai.ac.jp
Fengying Ji ,
Zhang Aijun
National Marine Data and Information Service, China
93# Liuwei Rd.
Hedong District
Tianjin, China
Delayed Mode Correction for Argo Salinity Data in North West Pacific Based on WJO and BS Methods argo*mail.nmdis.gov.cn
Sudheer Joseph
Howard Freeland
Indian National Centre for Ocean Information Services, Hyderabad, India
Institute of Ocean Sciences, Sidney, British Columbia, Canada
Combination of Topex/Jason and Argo data in deriving Dynamic height variability
of Arabian Sea- A promising approach
sjo*incois.gov.in

freelandhj*dfo-mpo.gc.ca

Richard Karsten
Associate Professor
Department of Mathematics and Statistics
Acadia University
Clustering of Argo Float Data Richard.Karsten*acadiau.ca
Birgit Klein,
Peter Koltermann,
Gunda Wieczorik
Bundesamt fuer Seeschifffahrt und Hydrographie (BSH)
Bernhard-Nocht-Str. 78
20359 Hamburg
Circulation over the Mid-Atlantic Ridge in the North Atlantic as inferred from ARGO Data. birgit.klein*bsh.de

koltermann*bsh.d400.de

Taiyo Kobayash IORGC (Institute of Observational Research for Global Change)
JAMSTEC (Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology)
2-15 Natsushima-cho, Yokosuka, 237-0061, JAPAN
Estimation of the average life span of Argo floats

Kobayashi poster
taiyok*jamstec.go.jp
Raghavan Krishnan,
K. V. Ramesh,
B.K.Samala,
G. Meyers,
.M.Slingo
M.J. Fennessy
Climate and Global Modelling Division
Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology
Dr. Homi Bhabha Road, NCL Post
Pashan
Pune &Mac246; 411008
INDIA
Coupled air-sea interactions in the tropical Indian Ocean environment krish*tropmet.res.in
Matthias Lankhorst
Uwe Send
Leibniz-Institut fuer Meereswissenschaften (IFM-GEOMAR)
Duesternbrooker Weg 20
24105 Kiel
Germany
Northeastern Atlantic Current Systems Revisited mlankhorst*ifm-geomar.de

usend*ucsd.edu

Jean-Michel Lellouche1,
Mounir Benkiran1
Laurence Crosnier1
Eric Greiner1
1Mercator-Océan, 8-10 rue Hermes, Parc Technologique du Canal, 31520 Ramonville Saint Agne, France Assessment and validation of the new multivariate Mercator high resolution forecasting system. jlellouche*mercator-ocean.fr

Mounir.Benkiran*cls.fr

Greiner*mercator-ocean.fr

Li Ren
Steve Riser
Box 357940, School of Oceanography
University of Washington
Seattle, WA,98195, USA
Decadal changes of Pacific salinity liren*ocean.washington.edu

riser*ocean.washington.edu

Matt Martin
Adrian Hines
Met Office,
FitzRoy Road,
Exeter,
EX1 3PB,
United Kingdom
Assimilating temperature and salinity profile data together with altimeter sea surface height data in a high resolution ocean model

Martin poster
matthew.martin*metoffice.gov.uk

adrian.hines*metoffice.gov.uk

Rodney Martínez Güingla CIIFEN
Centro Internacional para la Investigación del Fenómeno El Niño
P.O Box Escobedo y 9 de Octubre 1204
Guayaquil - Ecuador
A proposed ARGO Data application  and modeling system aimed to climate and marine risk management along Western South America r.martinez*ciifen-int.org
Mauricio M. Mata1,
Edmo Campos2,
Vagner S. Duarte1
1 Dept. of Physics (Physical Oceanography), Federal University of Rio Grande, Rio Grande (RS), BRAZIL
2 Dept. of Physical Oceanography, University of São Paulo, São Paulo (SP), BRAZIL
On the relationship between the Antarctic Intermediate Circulation and the ARGO coverage in the Southwestern Atlantic

Mata poster
mauricio.mata*FURG.BR
H. Mercier,
C. Grit,
V. Thierry

G. Caniaux

Laboratoire de Physique des Océans, CNRS, Ifremer, UBO

Centre National de Recherches Météorologiques

Using profiling floats to estimate the upper layer heat budget during POMME

Mercier poster
herle.mercier*ifremer.fr

carole.grit*ifremer.fr

Virginie.Thierry*ifremer.fr

Shinya Minato,
Shigeki Hosoda
IORGC/JAMSTEC,
2-15, Natshushima-cho, Yokosuka, Kanagawa, 237-0061, Japan
Observational error and a measure of central tendency of the Argo profile sminato*jamstec.go.jp

hosodas*jamstec.go.jp

J.B. Sallee,
R. Morrow,
K. Speer,
N. Wienders
*Centre de Topographie des Océans et de l'Hydrosphère
LEGOS - UMR5566
18, av. Edouard Belin
31401 TOULOUSE Cedex 9
France
Forcing mechanisms for SAMW formation : role of eddies vs Ekman transport. Rosemary.Morrow*notos.cst.cnes.fr

kspeer*ocean.fsu.edu

wienders*ocean.fsu.edu

Bruno Buongiorno Nardelli1
Olga Cavalieri
Rosalia Santoleri1
Marie-Helene Rio3
1CNR-ISAC, via del fosso del cavaliere 100, 00133 Roma, Italy
2ENEA, via anguillarese 301, 00060 S. Maria di Galeria (Roma) , Italy
3CLS (previously CNR-ISAC), 8-10, rue Hermès, 31520 Ramonville Saint-Agne, France
Extrapolating oceanic signals from surface data to deeper layers: bruno*oceano.ifa.rm.cnr.it
Yuko Ohno,
Naoto Iwasaka,
Eitaro Oka,
Fumiaki Kobashi
Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology
Etchujima 2-1-6,
Koto-ku, Tokyo 135-8533,
JAPAN
The mixed layer variations in the North Pacific as detected by the Argo floats

Ohno poster
yohno*e.kaiyodai.ac.jp

iwasaka*e.kaiyodai.ac.jp

Michel Ollitrault1,
Matthias Lankhorst2,
David Fratantoni3,
Philip Richardson3,
Walter Zenk2
1 IFREMER, France
2 IFM-GEOMAR, Germany
3 WHOI, USA
Zonal Intermediate Currents in the Equatorial Atlantic Ocean michel.ollitrault*ifremer.fr

mlankhorst*ifm-geomar.de

Xingwen Li,
Breck Owens

Kara Lavender

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Woods Hole, MA

Sea Education Association, Woods Hole, MA

Seasonal and Interannual Variability in the Sub-polar North Atlantic as measured by profiling floats, 1997 to the present
bowens*whoi.edu

lxw*mit.edu

klavender*sea.edu

Matt Palmer,
Tara Ansell
Simon Tet
Marine Data Research Scientist
Met Office Hadley Centre for Climate Prediction and Research
FitzRoy Road Exeter EX1 3PB United Kingdom
HadGOA - Hadley Centre global subsurface ocean analysis of temperature and salinity

Palmer poster
matthew.palmer*metoffice.gov.uk

tara.ansell*metoffice.gov.uk

simon.tett*metoffice.gov.uk

Pankajakshan Thadathil,
P. M. Muraleedharan, V.V.Gopalakrishna,
C. Revichanran*
G.V. Reddy
National Institute of Oceanography, Dona Paula, Goa-403 004
* Regional Centre, Kochi
Seasonal and Inter-annual Variability of Barrier Layer in the Bay of Bengal:
An Argo Perspective
pankaj*nio.org
Pankajakshan Thadathil,
P. M. Muraleedharan,
S. Prasannakumar,
C. Revichanran*, V.V.Gopalakrishna ,
S. Gourish,
V.S.N Murthy,
G.V. Reddy,
Yong-Hoon Youn
Homan Lee
National Institute of Oceanography, Dona Paula, Goa-403 004
* Regional Centre, Kochi
Validation of ARGO Salinity Data from the Global Ocean with Special Reference to the Indian Ocean pankaj*nio.org
Jong Jin Park
Kuh Kim
School of Earth and Environmental Sciences,
Seoul National University,
Seoul, Korea
Global distribution of inertial energy and inertial energy flux jpark*ocean.snu.ac.kr

kuhkim*ocean.snu.ac.kr

Young-Gyu Park
Kyung-Hee Oh
Moon-Sik Suk
Korea Ocean Research and Development Institute, Ansan P.O. Box 29, Seoul 425-744, Korea Meridional Mass Transport across 38-40°N in the East/Japan Sea msuk*kordi.re.kr
Pierre-Marie Poulain Istituto Nazionale di Oceanografia e di Geofisica Sperimentale (OGS), Trieste,
Italy
Assessment of the MEDARGO Profiling Float Program in the Mediterranean ppoulain*ogs.trieste.it
Riccardo Barbanti and Pierre-Marie Poulain Istituto Nazionale di Oceanografia e di Geofisica Sperimentale (OGS),
Trieste,
Italy
Mediterranean temperature and salinity variability as derived from MEDARGO data ppoulain*ogs.trieste.it
Detlef Quadfasel
Katrin Latarius
Institut für Meereskunde
Centre for Marine and Atmospheric Sciences Hamburg
Water mass transformation in the Nordic Seas
quadfasel*ifm.uni-hamburg.de
K.V. Ramesh Ocean and Climate Modelling,
CSIR Centre for Mathematical Modelling and Computer Simulation,
NAL Belur Campus,
Bangalore-37,
India
Role of sub-surface ocean variability for recent extreme weather events Over south Asia during 2005: Insights from Argo ramesh*cmmacs.ernet.in
Elisabeth REMY1, Anthony Weaver2 , and Nicolas Daget2 1 MERCATOR OCEAN, Parc Technologique du canal, 31520 Ramonville, France
2CERFACS, 31 avenue Gustave Coriolis, 31000 Toulouse, France
Controlling the large-scale ocean circulation using a multivariate 3D-Var approach: the complementary role of altimetry and in situ measurements eremy*mercator-ocean.fr

Anthony.Weaver*cerfacs.fr

Ken Ridgway,
Jeff Dunn,
Madeline Cahill,
David Griffin
CSIRO Marine & Atmospheric Research
GPO Box 1538
Hobart, Tasmania 7001
Australia
An Ocean Data Analysis from in-situ remote-sensing data for the Australian Region
Ken.Ridgway*csiro.au

David.Griffin*csiro.au

Stephen C. Riser School of Oceanography
University of Washington
Seattle, WA 98195 USA
Long-term measurements of dissolved oxygen from Argo floats riser*ocean.washington.edu
Young Jae Ro1
Eung Kim2
Yong Hoon Youn3
1Chungnam Natl. Univ., Korea, Yusung-ku, Kung-dong 220, 305-764, Korea
2Chungnam Natl. Univ., Yusung-ku, Kung-dong 220, 305-764, Taejon, Korea
3Meteorology Research Institute, KMA , Shindaebang-dong, 460-18, KMA, 156-720, Seoul, Korea
Understanding of the East (Japan) Sea Circulation by using Altimeter, Argo and SST royoungj*cnu.ac.kr
Simón Ruiz1
Damià Gomis1
Jordi Font2
1 IMEDEA (CSIC-UIB), c/ Miquel Marqués, 21, 07190 Esporles, Spain
2 ICM (CMIMA-CSIC), P. Maritim de la Barceloneta, 37-49, 08003 Barcelona, Spain
Recovery of North-East Atlantic temperature fields from profiling floats: determination of the optimal float number from sampling and instrumental error analysis

Ruiz poster
simon.ruiz*uib.es
Kanako Sato
Toshio Suga
Kimio Hanawa
Institute of Observational Research for Global Change
Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology
2-15 Natsushima-cho Yokosuka, Japan 232-0061
Barrier layers in the subtropical gyres of the world's oceans

Sato poster
k_sato*jamstec.go.jp

suga*pol.geophys.tohoku.ac.jp

hanawa*pol.geophys.tohoku.ac.jp

Claudia Schmid1
Gustavo Goni1
Rick Lumpkin1
1NOAA/AOML,
4301 Rickenbacker Causeway,
Miami, FL 33149,
United States
Preliminary estimates of the time-variant heat budget in the Tropical Atlantic schmid*aoml.noaa.gov

gustavo.goni*noaa.gov

Rick.Lumpkin*noaa.gov

Rashmi Sharma,
Neeraj Agarwal,
Anant Parekh
Abhijit Sarkar
Oceanic Sciences Division
Meteorology and Oceanography Group
Space Applications Centre
Ahmedabad
India
Energetics of the barrier layer in the tropical Indian Ocean using Argo profiles neeraj*sac.isro.gov.in
Nobuyuki Shikama,
T.Kobayashi,
E.Oka,
S.Minato,
S.Hosoda,
H.Ueno
IORGC/JAMSTEC,
2-15, Natshushima-cho, Yokosuka, Kanagawa, 237-0061,Japan
JAMSTEC's activity in Argo Program nshikama*jamstec.go.jp
Patama Singhruck, Karen Heywood and Adrian Matthews School of Environmental Sciences
University of East Anglia
Norwich, Norfolk, NR4 7TJ
United Kingdom
Upper ocean response to the Madden-Julian Oscillation in the Indian and Western Pacific Oceans from Argo floats p.singhruck*uea.ac.uk

k.heywood*uea.ac.uk

Sergey Skachko1
Léo Berline1
Laurent Bertino2
Jean-Michel Brankart1
Pierre Brasseur1
Yann Ourmières1
Jens Schroter3
Peter Jan van Leeuwen4
Jacques Verron1
1LEGI, CNRS, BP 53X, 38041 Grenoble, France
2NERSC, Thormohlensgate 47, 5006 Bergen, Norway
3AWI, Postfach 120161, 27515 Bremerhaven, Germany
4IMAU, Utrecht University , 3508 TA Utrecht, Netherlands
Recent advances in data assimilation in the MERSEA project sergey.skachko*hmg.inpg.fr
S. Sofianos1
A. Theocharis2
V. Vervatis1
1University of Athens, Ocean Physics and Modelling Group
2Hellenic Center for Marine Research, Institute of Oceanography
Profiling Float Observations in the Aegean Sea sofianos*oc.phys.uoa.gr
Benoît Tranchant1
Charles-Emmanuel Testut1
Nicolas Ferry1
Pierre Brasseur2
1MERCATOR, Mercator-océan, 8/10 rue Hermes, 31520 Ramonville-St-Agne, France
2LEGI, BP 53, 38041 Grenoble , France
Interest of combining satellite altimeter data with temperature and salinity data on the new assimilation MERCATOR System Tranchant*mercator-ocean.fr
Virginie Thierry,
Herlé Mercier
Laboratoire de Physique des Océans - UMR 6523 CNRS/IFREMER/UBO
Ifremer, BP 70, 29280 Plouzané Cédex, FRANCE
Interannual variability of the subpolar mode water in the North-Atlantic

Thierry poster
Virginie.Thierry*ifremer.fr

herle.mercier*ifremer.fr

Ariel Hernán Troisi Centro Argentino de Datos Oceanográficos
Servicio de Hidrografía Naval
Av. Montes de Oca 2124
C1270ABV Buenos Aires
Argentina
Seasonal temperature and salinity distribution in the Upper South West Atlantic derived from Argo and historical hydrographic data atroisi*hidro.gov.ar
Jenny Ullgren,
Martin White,
Christian Mohn
Department of Earth and Ocean Sciences, National University of Ireland, Galway. Eddies and winter mixed layer depth in the Rockall Trough observed by floats

Ullgren poster
jenny.ullgren*nuigalway.ie

martin.white*nuigalway.ie

Pedro Velez-Belchi
Instituto Español de Oceanografia
Centro Oceanografico de Canarias
Crta San Andres,45
E-38180 Sant Cruz de Tenerife, Spain
Spreading pattern of the Mediterranean outflow in the Iberian Basin estimated from ARGO data
pedro.velez*ca.ieo.es
H Venables1
R..T. Pollard1
1National Oceanography Centre
Empress Dock
Southampton SO14 3ZH
UK
Latitudinal variations in mixed layer depth and water mass properties around the Crozet Plateau from Argo profile data

Venables poster
hjv*noc.soton.ac.uk

rtp*noc.soton.ac.uk

P. N. Vinayachandran
J. Kurien
Centre for Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences
Indian Institute of Science
Bangalore 560012, India
Argo float observations and high resolution modeling of the Arabian Sea warm pool vinay*caos.iisc.ernet.in
F. Busdraghi 1,2,
F. Vivier 1,
D. Iudicone 2
1 Laboratoire d'OcÈanographie et du Climat: Experimentation et
Approches NumÈriques (LOCEAN, formerly known as LODYC), Université
Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris, France.

2 Stazione Zoologica A. Dohrn, Naples, Italy.
Changes in the large-scale mixed layer properties in the Southern
Ocean based on recent hydrographic observations and a simple mixed-layer model
Frederic.Vivier*lodyc.jussieu.fr
Neil C Wells,
V.O. Ivchenko
D.L. Aleynik
NOC
Southampton
SO14 3ZH
U.K
Recent Changes of Heat Content in the North Atlantic Ocean ncw*noc.so\ton.ac.uk

voi*soc.soton.ac.uk

Ivchenko V.O.,
N.C. Wells
D.L. Aleynik
NOC,
European Way
Southampton, SO14 3ZH
UK
Anomaly of heat content in the Northern Atlantic in the past 6 years: Is the ocean warning or cooling? voi*soc.soton.ac.uk

ncw*noc.soton.ac.uk

Susan Wijffels,
Peter Oke,

Helen Phillips

CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research
Hobart
TAS 7001
Australia

University of Tasmania

Application of a model-based mapping tool for Argo observations

Wijffels poster
susan.wijffels*csiro.au

Peter.Oke*csiro.au

h.e.phillips*utas.edu.au

Bill Woodward

Christian Ortega, Philippe Gros

ARGOS Inc

CLS

ARGOS - 3 THE NEXT GENERATION bwoodward*argosinc.com
JIPING XIE1,2,
JIANG ZHU1
1Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences
2Graduate School, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Estimating ocean middle-depth velocities from ARGO floats: error estimation and application to Pacific

Jiping Xie poster
xiejp*mail.iap.ac.cn
Hiroshi Yoshinari, Nikolai Maximenko Peter Hacker Asia-Pacific Data-Research Center, IPRC/SOEST, University of Hawaii
1680 East West Road, POST #401
Honolulu, HI 96816, USA1997-2005
Global dataset of deep current velocities derived from Lagrangian data of Argo floats

YoMaHa poster
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Yong-Hoon Youn,
You-Soon Chang, Homan Lee,
Ji-Ho Kim
Marine Meteorology and Earthquake Research Laboratory
Meteorological Research Institute,
Seoul 156-720,
South Korea
ARGO program and data application in METRI/KMA yhyoun*metri.re.kr

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Hui Zhou

Pei-Fang Guo and Mao-chong Shi

Zeng-hong Liu

Institute of Marine Environment, Ocean University of China
Laboratory of Ocean Dynamic Process and Satellite Oceanography, Second Institute of Oceanography, SOA
An anticyclonic eddy observed by Argo Profiling float east of Mindanao zh_zhouhui*hotmail.com