SCOR Working Group #162admin2022-10-06T14:19:30+00:00
SCOR WORKING GROUP #162
SCOR 2022 Annual Meeting
OASIS has entered its third year as a SCOR (Scientific Committee on Oceanic Research) Working Group (#162). Our progress and successes so far were featured at the SCOR annual meeting this past October. View our annual progress report by clicking the below button, and view the presentation here.
OASIS has entered its second year as a SCOR (Scientific Committee on Oceanic Research) Working Group (#162). Our progress and successes so far were featured at the SCOR annual meeting this past October. View our annual progress report by clicking the below button, and watch OASIS co-chair Meghan Cronin’s narrated presentation to the committee to the left.
Our proposal for a Scientific Committee on Oceanic Research (SCOR) Working Group #162 for Developing an Observing Air-Sea Interactions Strategy (OASIS) was successfully selected! The prospectus is still being finalized, but the original proposal submitted to SCOR can be found by clicking the button below.
Heat, momentum, and CO2 fluxes; Mixed layer physics; Operating autonomous surface platforms; Southern Ocean fluxes (SOFLUX).
University of Bologna, Italy
Numerical ocean forecasting systems; surface air-sea fluxes in the Mediterranean Sea for coupling with atmospheric forecasts.
National Institute of Ocean Technology, India
Physics, Operational met, Capacity Building
Operational, Coupled DA.
South African Weather Service, South Africa
BGC, Capacity Building, Operational.
University of Exeter, UK
Ocean carbon cycle variability and BGC drivers; operating longterm observational platforms; member of European ICOS observational infrastructure, SOCONET, AtlantOS programme; past member of SCOR WG 133, CARBOOCEAN, CARBOCHANGE.
Climate-relevant trace gas air-sea exchange and surface ocean cycling, short-lived biogenic trace gases (E.g. DMS), SOLAS.