NOC Presence at EGU General Assembly 2021

NOC Presence at the EGU General Assembly 2021

19 - 30 April 2021 

Meeting programme launched

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Presentations being led by NOC representatives:

Session 

Session Convenor / Co Convenor

Presenter 

Abstract 

OS1.1 – Improved Understanding of Ocean Variability and Climate - 26 April 09.00 - 15.00 (CEST)

 Prof Simon Josey

Dr Adam Blaker 

Wind-driven Oscillations in the Meridional Overturning Circulation near the equator

OS1.1 – Improved Understanding of Ocean Variability and Climate - 26 April 09.00 - 15.00 (CEST)

  Dr Jennifer Meckling  Ocean Heat Transport’s Response to Future Climate Projections 
OS1.1 – Improved Understanding of Ocean Variability and Climate - 26 April 09.00 - 15.00 (CEST)   W John Gould  Global-scale surface salinity change since the 1870s.Implications for the global hydrological cycle 

OS1.2 – The North Atlantic: natural variability and global change - 30 April 11.00 - 17.00 (CEST)

 Dr Bablu Sinha 

Prof Adrian New /Dr Adam Blaker 

Labrador Slope Water Connects the Subarctic with the Gulf Stream

OS1.2 – The North Atlantic: natural variability and global change - 30 April 11.00 - 17.00 (CEST)

 

Dr Alejandra Sanchez-Franks

A dynamically based method for estimating the Atlantic overturning circulation at 26N from satellite altimetry.

OS1.2 – The North Atlantic: natural variability and global change - 30 April 11.00 - 17.00 (CEST)

 

Dr Joanne Williams / Dr Ben Moat

Can PIES (Pressure Inverted Echo Systems) replace tall moorings to monitor AMOC?

OS1.2 – The North Atlantic: natural variability and global change - 30 April 11.00 - 17.00 (CEST)  

Prof Adrian New 

Labrador Slope Water Connects the Subarctic with the Gulf Stream

OS1.1-  Improved Understanding of Ocean Variability and Climate - 26 April 09.00 - 15.00 (CEST)

Prof Simon Josey 

 

Improved Understanding of Ocean Variability and Climate

OS1.2 The North Atlantic: natural variability and global change - 30 April 15.44 - 15.46 (CEST)   Dr Eleanor Frajka-Williams  The Antilles current and wind-driven gyre circulation at 26oN

OS4.3 – Ocean Remote Sensing  - 30 April 13.30 - 17.00 (CEST)

Dr Christine Gommenginger

Dr Ben Timmermans 

Reliability of Extreme Significant Wave Height Estimation from Satellite Altimetry and In Situ Measurements in the Coastal Zone

OS4.6 The Copernicus Marine Service (CMEMS) - Wed, 28 Apr, 09:00–15:00 (CEST)  

Dr Sarah Wakelin

Marine heatwaves and cold-spells, and their impact on fisheries in the southern North Sea

OS1.2 - The North Atlantic: natural variability and global change - 30 April 11.00 - 17.00 (CEST)

 

Dr Ilona Goszczko 

Wind driven Ekman transport vs eddies; ultimate fight or peaceful cooperation in the Labrador Sea?

OS1.3 -  Changes in the Arctic Ocean, sea ice and subartic seas systems, Models and Perspectives  29 April 11.00 - 12.30 (CEST)

Dr Yevgeny Aksenov

 

Changes in the Arctic Ocean, sea ice and subarctic seas systems: Observations, Models and Perspectives

OS1.3 -  Changes in the Arctic Ocean, sea ice and subartic seas systems, Models and Perspectives  29 April 11.00 - 12.30 (CEST)  

Dr Stefanie Rynders

Coupled Processes in an ocean-sea ice-wave configuration 

OS1.5 - Understanding the Indian Ocean's past, present and future - 30 April 09.00 - 12.30 (CEST)

Dr Alejandra Sanchez-Franks (co convenor)

   

OS1.5 - 'Understanding the Indian Ocean’s past, present, and future' - 30 April 09.00 - 12.30 (CEST 

  Dr Jennifer Jardine 

Assessing the long-term physical-biogeochemical interactions in the North Indian Ocean using a coupled relocatable model

OS1.5 - 'Understanding the Indian Ocean’s past, present, and future' - 30 April 09.00 - 12.30 (CEST 

  Dr Zoe Jacobs, Prof Meric Srokosz, Dr Ekatarina Popova  A Major Ecosystem Shift in Coastal East African Waters during the 1997/98 Super El Niño as Detected Using Remote Sensing Data 
OS1.5 - 'Understanding the Indian Ocean’s past, present, and future' - 30 April 09.00 - 12.30 (CEST   

Dr Stephen Kelly, Dr Ekaterina Popova, Dr Zoe Jacobs

Why Does Western Indian Ocean Circulation Connectivity Matter? 

OS4.8 -  Ocean Sciences  - 26 April 11.00 - 15.00 (CEST)

Dr Stefanie Rynders Dr Yevgeny Aksenov

 

Global plastic contamination: a journey towards scientifically informed policies and solutions

OS2.1 - Open session on coastal and shelf seas - 28 April 15.30 - 17.00 (CEST)

 

Prof John Huthnance

Ocean Shelf Exchange, NW European Shelf Seas: measurements, estimates and comparisons

OS4.1 - Tides in the past, present and future -  29 April 11.45 - 12.30 (CEST)

Dr Joanne Williams 

Dr Andrew Matthews 

Rescuing historical sea level data using a citizen science platform

OS4.1 - Tides in the past, present and future -  29 April 11.45 - 12.30 (CEST)   Dr Joanne Williams  Salinity effects on pressure-based tide gauges in a macro-tidal estuary 

OS2.3 - Oceanography at coastal scales – modelling, coupling, and observations - 29 April 09.00 - 11.45 (CEST)

 

Dr Christine Gommenginger Dr Adrien Martin 

Multi-year assessment of ocean surface currents from Copernicus Sentinel-1 and HF radar in the German Bight

OS4.3 - Ocean Remote Sensing - 30 April 13.30 - 17.00 (CEST)

Dr Christine Gommenginger 

Dr Adrien Martin 

Validation of the ESA CCI+SSS products”

OS4.4 - Numerical modelling of the ocean: new scientific advances in ocean models to foster exchanges within NEMO community and contribute to future developments 26 April 15.30 - 17.00 (CEST)   Dr Slex Megann  Evaluation of the z-tilde vertical coordinate in a 1/4° global NEMO 

OS1.2 – The North Atlantic: natural variability and global change - 30 April 11.00 - 17.00 (CEST)

Dr Bablu Sinha 

Dr Gwyn Dafydd Evans 

Drivers of the water mass transformations that set the overturning circulation in the subpolar North Atlantic.

OS4.3 – Ocean Remote Sensing -  30 April 13.30 - 17.00 (CEST)

Dr Christine Gommenginger 

Dr Matthew Hammond 

An Assessment of CYGNSS Ocean Wind Speed Products

OS1.1 – Improved Understanding of Ocean Variability and Climate 26 April 09.00 - 15.00 (CEST)

 Prof Simon Josey 

Dr Louis Clement 

Absorption of Ocean Heat Along and Across Isopycnals in HadCM3

OS1.2 - The North Atlantic: natural variability and global change - 30 April 11.00 - 17.00 (CEST)

 

Dr Mattia Almansi

Evolution of Denmark Strait Overflow Cyclones and Their Relationship to Overflow Surges

OS2.3 -  Oceanogrpahy at coastal scales - modelling, coupling and observations - 29 April 09.00 - 11.45 (CEST) 

 

Dr Francisco Mir Calafat and Yvan Gouzenes 

Coastal Sea Level changes in Africa from a retracked Jason alimetry over 2002 - 2020 

AS2.8 – Physical processes of Air-Sea Interaction and their representation in models - 27 April 15.30 - 17.00 (CEST)

 

Dr Stavroula Biri

Open-source software for calculating turbulent air-sea fluxes from meteorological parameters

BG4.2 - Biogeochemistry of coastal seas and continental shelves - 27 April 13.30 - 17.00 (CEST)

 

Dr E. Elena Garcia-Martin

Influence of land-use on the dynamics, quantity and composition of the organic matter transported across estuaries

CL4.1 – Sea level rise: past, present and future - 30 April 13.30 - 17.00 (CEST)

Dr Svetlana Jevrejeva

Dr Svetlana Jevrejeva Global mean thermosteric sea level projections by 2100 in CMIP6 climate models 

CL4.1 – Sea level rise: past, present and future - 30 April 13.30 - 17.00 (CEST)

Dr Svetlana Jevrejeva

Dr Franciso Mir Calafat 

The sources of sea-level rise in the Mediterranean Sea since 1960

CL4.1 – Sea level rise: past, present and future - 30 April 13.30 - 17.00 (CEST)   Lesley Allison, Dr Matthew Palmer  Projections of future sea level change from a global perspective and with a focus on South Africa 
CL2.13 ENSO and Tropical Basins Interactions: Dynamics, Predictability and Modelling 30 April 13.30 - 15.00 (CEST)   Dr David Webb, Dr Andrew Coward, Dr Helen Snaith Using Satellite Altimeter and SST Observations of the 1997-1998 El Nino to Check the Key Ocean Processes Involved in a Strong El Nino. 

CL3.2 - Climate Past, Present and Future - 30 April 14.15 - 15.00 (CEST)

 

Prof Richard Sanders 

The Importance of Being Global – Globally coordinated Research Infrastructures to support the UN system

CR3.5 – Observing and modelling glaciers at regional to global scales - 26 April 13.30 - 15.00 (CEST)

 

Dr Beatriz Recinos Rivas 

Calibration of a frontal ablation parameterization applied to Greenland's peripheral calving glaciers

CL5.2.6 - Climate Past, Present and Future - 28 April 09.00 - 11.45 (CEST)

 

Dr Thomas Cropper 

Quantifying heating biases in marine air temperature observations, ~1790 - present"

G3.4  -  Advances in satellite altimetry for the observation of the Earth’s system - 26 April 11.00 - 12.30 (CEST)

 

Dr Christine Gommenginger 

TBC

EMRP1.15 - Earth Magnatism & Rock Physics - 28 April 11.00 - 12.30 (CEST)

 

Dr Ismael Falcon-Suarez 

Joint elastic-electrical monitoring for detecting and quantifying CO2-induced salt precipitation during geological carbon and storage

ESSI2.6 - SMART Monitoring and Integrated Data Exploration of the Earth System 27 April 09.00 - 10.30 (CEST)

 

Dr Louise Darroch

The use of ERDDAP in a self-monitoring and nowcast hazard alerting coastal flood system

TM9 - Townhall Meetings - 28 April 11.00 - 12.30 (CEST)

Prof Richard Sanders

Prof Richard Sanders 

The ICOS Ocean Thematic Centre, what it is, how it operates and what it can do to help you supply the data we need to quantify ocean carbon uptake

TS11.1 - Salt and Shale Tectonics : Recent advances and challenges - 26 April 11.00 - 12.30 (CEST)

 

Dr Michael Stanley Dale 

Geophysical response to dissolution of undisturbed and fractured evaporite rock during brine flow

EGU Medal and Awards Lecture (MAL) Session of the Ocean Sciences Division - 

 

Dr Marilena Oltmanns 

How does the Arctic affect North Atlantic climate? Fresh perspectives on a long-standing question

Fridtjof Nansen Medal Lecture 2021 -  22 April 

  Prof Richard Lampitt 

Downward particle flux in the open ocean: Future global opportunities and insights from time-series measurements at the PAP Sustained Observatory in the Northeast Atlantic. 

 

John Huthnance  - Editor of the EGU journal Ocean Science, will take part in the EGU as follows 

  • Publications Committee meetings on 30th April and 5th May.
  • Will report on the journal at the Ocean Science Division meeting on 22nd April.
  • In anticipation of these John will be convening an early-morning and a late-afternoon meeting of Ocean Science (journal) editors during 19-21 April (two to cover our time zones from Australia to America).

 

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