Meeting Presentations (9)
Hydrodynamic Modeling in the Gironde Estuary and Over the Shelf of the Bay of Biscay and of the Gulf of Tonkin [presentation]Ayoub, N., Lyard, F., Herrmann, M., Charria, G., Marsalix, P., De Mey, P., Piton, V., Ayouche, A., Toublanc, F., Nguyen, D.T., Barbot, S., Theetten, S., Allain, D. and Duhaut, T. (28-Jun-18)
Bringing GODAE OceanView to the Coastal Ocean (and Back): The Coastal Ocean and Shelf Seas Task Team [poster]De Mey, P. and Kourafalou, V. (14-Jun-16)
Coastal Ocean Continuum in surface Topography Observations (COCTO) [poster]Ayoub, N. and De Mey, P. (14-Jun-16)
Contributions to the SWOT Coastal & Estuaries White Paper [presentation]Laignel, B., Chao, Y., Strub, T., De Mey, P., Lyard, F., and Turki, I. (15-Jan-15)
Testing the SSH Observability of HF Dynamics in the Bay of Biscay: Perspective of a Quasi-synoptic AirSWOT Experiment [presentation]Ayoub, N. and De Mey, P. (15-Jan-14)
PREdictability of Shorts-scale COastal ocean processes in the bay of Biscay (PRESCOB) [presentation]Ayoub, N., De Mey, P., Lyard, F., and Marsaleix, P. (28-Jan-13)
Coastal Ocean Issues [presentation]Strub, T., Chao, Y., and De Mey, P. (02-Mar-10)
Constraining Coastal Ocean Models with Altimetry [presentation]de Mey, P. (01-Feb-08)
Ocean Breakout Session Slides [presentation]De Mey, P. (29-Oct-07)
Coastal Ocean Continuum in surface Topography Observations (COCTO)PI: Nadia Ayoub and Pierre De Mey (18-Jun-17). This proposal will focus on three main objectives: Objective 1: Advance our understanding of fine-scale dynamical processes (O(1km) to O(10km)) within the estuary-mouth-plume-shelf-break-ocean continuum; Objective 2: Identify the signature of these processes in current and future measurements, in particular Sea-Surface height (SSH) and other surface measurements; and Objective 3: Characterize the potential impact of future SWOT measurements, together with complementary in situ measurements, on the estimation of those processes.
Coastal and Estuaries Part 2 - Coastal Seas and Shelf ProcessesAyoub N., Birol, F., Brown, S.T., Chao, Y., Cornuelle, B., De Mey, P., Estournel, C., Giddings, S., Gille, S., Kurapov, A., Lyard, F., Mazloff, M., Strub, T., and Turki, I. (15-Mar-17). The SWOT Mission Science Document was published in 2012 and the general overview sections were written in 2011. The Science Document contains a section on coastal seas and shelf processes that provides a good general overview. This white paper is aimed at providing an updated perspective on SWOT science and applications for coastal seas and shelves. A separate white paper (Coastal and Estuaries White Paper, Part 1: Estuaries and Nearshore Processes) describes SWOT applications in estuaries and near-shore regions (where dynamics are strongly influenced by breaking waves).
Issues and SWOT Contribution in the Coastal Zones and Estuaries Part 1Laignel, B., Ayoub, N., Birol, F., Brown, S., Chao, Y., Cornuelle, B., Costa, S., De Mey, P., Estournel, C., Feddersen, F., Giddings, S., Gille, S., Kurapov, A., Lyard, F., Morrow, R., Simard, M., Strub, T., and Turki, I. (15-Mar-17). This white paper describes SWOT applications in estuaries and near-shore regions where dynamics are strongly influenced by breaking waves.