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Workshop #6, May 8-9, 2003

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Woods Hole, Massachusetts

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Introduction

The Sixth AOMIP Workshop (May 8-9) in Woods Hole is being timed to precede the AMS Seventh Conference on Polar Meteorology and Oceanography (May 12-16) in nearby Hyannis. During the weekend between the AOMIP workshop and the AMS meeting, a Short Course on Data Assimilation for Sea-Ice Modelers (May 10-11) will be given at WHOI.



Framework Topics

During Day 1 of the workshop we plan to discuss results from the model Coordinated Spin-Up 1948-1978 runs and during Day 2 we will discuss conditions of the model Coordinated Analysis 1979-2003 runs, future plans, strategy, and tactics. We will have AOMIP participants' spin-up analysis results given in the form of 15-20 minute presentations including:

  1. general model results for spin-up;
  2. specific model intercomparison analysis focusing on your theme of interests;
  3. comparison with observations in 1978;
  4. conclusions, and recommendations for model and forcing improvement.


Day 1 - May 8, 2003
Time Topic Speaker Notes
9:00 Introduction Andrey Proshutinsky  
9:15 Seasonal sea-ice characteristics at the end of the coordinated AOMIP spin up Rudiger GERDES  
9:35 ORCA-LIM preliminary results of the AOMIP spin up experiment Hugues GOOSSE  
9:55 What do we learn about atlantic water penetration and circulation from the present set of AOMIP and AWI experiments? Michael KARCHER and Frank KAUKER  
10:15 Salt content variability in the Arctic Ocean Sirpa HAKKINEN  
10:35 Coffee Break    
11:00 Momentum conserving ice-ocean coupling for inertial and tidal sea-ice variability William HIBLER, III  
11:20 Comparing atlantic layer circulation and properties -- across the AOMIP suite and within the IOS sensitivity study Greg HOLLOWAY  
11:40 The thermohaline circulation in the Los Alamos global ice-ocean model Elizabeth HUNKE  
12:00 Lunch Break    
13:30 Comparison of ice-thickness estimates in the AOMIP spin up Ron LINDSAY  
13:50 A comparison of arctic-subarctic fluxes Don STARK and Wieslaw MASLOWSKI  
14:10 NYU spin-up run & large-scale energy diagnostics Petteri UOTILA and David HOLLAND  
14:30 AOMIP Live Access Server Petteri UOTILA  
14:50 Preliminary spinup results and scenario simulations Jia WANG  
15:10 INM RAS model: AOMIP coordinated 1948-1979 spin up and preliminary results for the 1979-2002 analysis stage of the project Nikolai YAKOVLEV  
15:30 Coffee Break    
16:00 Experiments in simulating Atlantic water circulation in the Arctic Ocean Jinlun ZHANG  
16:20 Discussion    
17:00 Adjourn    


Day 2 - May 9, 2003
Time Topic Moderator Notes
8:30 Coordinated Experiment and Forcing David HOLLAND Discussion
10:30 Coffee Break    
11:00 Coordinated Experiment and Forcing (con't) " Discussion
12:30 Lunch Break    
14:00 Modeling Activities for 2003-2004 " Discussion
14:45 Monograph " Discussion
15:00 Coffee Break    
15:15 Project Report for 2002-2003 " Discussion
17:00 Workshop Adjournment    


Participants
NAME INSTITUTE
PROSHUTINSKY, Andrey Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute
HOLLAND, David Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, NYU
HAKKINEN, Sirpa NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
GERDES, Rudiger Alfred-Wegener Institute, Germany
MENEMENLIS, Dimitris NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
HUNKE, Elizabeth Los Alamos National Laboratory
KAUKER, Frank Alfred-Wegener Institute, Germany
UOTILA, Petteri Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, NYU
LOVICK, Joe International Arctic Research Center, UAF
WU, Bingyi Institute of Marine Sciences, UAF
KARCHER, Michael Alfred-Wegener Institute, Germany
YAKOVLEV, Nikolai Institute of Numerical Math., RAS
STARK, Don Naval Postgraduate School
JIN, Meibing Institute of Marine Sciences, UAF
GOOSSE, Hugues Universite Catholique de Louvain, Belgium
LINDSAY, Ron Polar Science Center, UW
ZHANG, Jinlun Polar Science Center, UW
KOBERLE, Cornelia Alfred-Wegener Institute, Germany
KULAVKOV, Igor Arctic and Antarctic Research Institute, Russia
WANG, Jia International Arctic Research Center, UAF
HOLLOWAY, Greg Institute of Ocean Sciences, Canada
   


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