U.S. GLOBEC Georges Bank
Scientific Investigators' 1998 Data Workshop
The first two topic areas should be quite far along, while for the third, fourth, and fifth, investigators will be at more initial stages in their analyses.
Three mechanisms for communicating results were identified:
The schedule of events will evolve as the workshop progesses and will be updated as new agenda items are added.
|1800||Reception (main dining room)|
|1900||Dinner (main dining room)|
|Evening||Short organizational meeting|
||Start of 4-day working group session on Shipboard Modeling and observations|
| ||0930||Review agenda, meeting objectives, Phase III funding, and DSR overview, and review white paper topics|
|| ||Andy Pershing: Vertical Circulation Cells in the Well-Mixed region of Georges Bank|
|| ||Charlie Flagg: ADCP Data and Tides on Georges Bank|
||Phase III Science Discussions|
||2000||Phase IV Synthesis White Paper Discussion Session|
| ||0900||Dezung Chu: Kriging Demo|
| ||Morning||Open discussion of Regional Scale decadal scale hydrography changes and the biological response.|
||Dan Lynch: Shipboard Modeling and observations briefing|
||Cisco Werner: A review of the Third ICES/GLOBEC Backward-Facing Workshop, Ocean Climate of the NW Atlantic during the 1960s and 70s and Consequences for Gadoid Populations|
||Tim Mavor: Seasonal variability of sea surface temperature fronts on Georges Bank|
| ||2000||Round-table discussion of the GLOBEC Georges Bank project with Fisherman from New England|
| ||0900||Brief agenda update|
| ||Morning||Population dynamics and predation working group session.|
| ||1300||Realtime Modeling group session|
||Lew Incze: Report on zooplankton vertical distributions in a changing turbulence field: Measurements during GLOBEC Cruise SJ9508|
||Carin Ashjian: Realtime VPR - Source, Retention, and loss data.|
||Scott Gallager: Biological and physical modulators of foraging success in early cod larvae on Georges Bank: prey motility, light, depth, and turbulance.|
| ||Afternoon||Broad-scale group session|
|Monday||Cruise planning session (½ day)|
|Tuesday|| ||DSR review|
During the course of the workshop, there will be opportunities for individuals to present talks about work that is in progress, or nearing completion. The lecture series needs volunteers. There will also be opportunities for spontaneous activities through the use of posters and hot topic talks.
Chief scientists of the prospective 1999 cruises should come prepared to talk about the objectives of their cruise and provide an abstract.