Report of the
U.S. GLOBEC Georges Bank
Phase IV Synthesis - Startup Planning Meeting
11-12 July 2002, Woods Hole, MA
1000-1015: Opening Remarks B. Beardsley and P.Wiebe 1015-1430: Description of individual Projects by project leaders and discussion. Presenters should provide the context/conceptual framework for the synthesis effort as well as pertinent details, and highlight where input/results from other groups is needed and where opportunities for collaborations exist. 1015-1045: The Physical Oceanography of Georges Bank and Its Impact on Biology - Bob Beardsley (WHOI), Ken Brink (WHOI), Dick Limeburner (WHOI), Jim Churchill (WHOI), Jim Ledwell (WHOI), Changsheng Chen (UMassD), Jim Bisagni (UMassD), Charles Flagg (BNL), Ron Schlitz (NEFSC) 1045-1115: Zooplankton Population Dynamics on Georges Bank: Model and Data Synthesis - Peter Franks (SIO), James Pringle (UNH), Changsheng Chen (UMassD), Ted Durbin (URI), Wendy Gentleman (UW) 1115-1145: Patterns of Energy Flow and Utilization on Georges Bank - Dian Gifford (URI), James J. Bisagni (UMassD), J.S. Collie (URI), E.G.Durbin (URI), Jason Link (NMFS), Larry Madin (WHOI), Dave Mountain (NMFS), John Steele (WHOI), Michael Fogarty (NEFSC), Michael E. Sieracki (BLOS), B.K. Sullivan (URI) 1145-1215: Tidal Front Mixing and Exchange on Georges Bank: Controls on the Production of Phytoplankton, Zooplankton and Larval Fishes - Bob Houghton (LDEO), Dave Townsend (UME), Changsheng Chen (UMassD), R. Gregory Lough (NEFSC), Lew Incze (BLOS) 1215-1330: Lunch 1330-1400: Integration and Synthesis of Georges Bank Broad-Scale Survey Results - Peter Wiebe (WHOI), Carin Ashjian (WHOI), Larry Madin (WHOI), Dennis McGillicuddy (WHOI); David Mountain (NMFS), J. R. Green (NMFS), Peter Berrien (NMFS); S.M. Bollens (SFU); Dave Townsend (UMaine); Ted Durbin (URI), Bob Campbell (URI), Barbara Sullivan (URI); Ann Bucklin (UNH), Jeff Runge (UNH) 1400-1430: GLOBEC-01: Phase IV Data Synthesis Scientific Investigators' Symposia - Peter Wiebe and Bob Groman (WHOI) 1430-1700: Discussion session with break about 1530 - Questions include What do people need from other funded groups? What's missing from the synthesis effort? What does NSF/NOAA have in mind for next call for proposals on modelling? Define special working sessions for morning sessions.
0830-0845: Organizational comments and outline of morning activities 0845-1030: Working group sessions 1030-1050: Break 1050-1200: Development of timeline for working group meetings, symposia, meeting presentations, and publications 1200: Lunch - End of meeting