Guillaume Lapeyre
Guillaume Lapeyre  Email | Website
Laboratoire de Météurologie Dynamique (LMD)
Techniques for Reconstruction & Assimilation of SWOT Ocean Observations
Project
New Dynamical Tools for Submesoscales Characterization in SWOT Data
Co-Investigators
Patrice Klein, Aurélien Ponte
Recent SWOT-related Publications | See All
Surface Quasi-Geostrophy (2017)
Lagrangian Reconstructions of Temperature and Velocity in a Model of Surface Ocean Turbulence (2014)

Meeting Presentations (5)

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How to Reconstruct Vertical Velocities? [presentation]
Lapeyre, G. and Qiu, B. (15-Jun-16)
Poster
Preparing for the Next Interdisciplinary Challenges Unlocked by SWOT Fine-Scale Observations [poster]
d'Ovidio, F., Capet, X., Lévy, M., Cotté, C., Durand, F., Pietri, A., Sallée, J.B., Doglioli, A., Klein, P., Lapeyre, G., Garreau, P., Garnier, V., Giordani, H., Nencioli, F., Gaube, P., Tintoré, J., and Pascual, A. (14-Jun-16)
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Comments on Vertical Velocities Processes [presentation]
Lapeyre, G. and Klein, P. (13-Jan-15)
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Combine Satellite Sensors for Diagnosing the Upper Ocean [presentation]
Chapron, B. and Lapeyre, G. (28-Jan-13)
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Diagnosis of the Upper Ocean Dynamics from High-resolution SSH [presentation]
Klein, P., Lapeyre, G., Sasaki, H., Isern, J., Danioux, E., Roullet, G., and Chapron, B. (02-Mar-10)

Publications (2)

Lapeyre, G. (2017). Surface Quasi-Geostrophy, Fluids, 2(1), 7, doi: 10.3390/fluids2010007.
Berti, S. and Lapeyre, G. (2014). Lagrangian Reconstructions of Temperature and Velocity in a Model of Surface Ocean Turbulence, Ocean Model., 76 (2014) 59-71, doi: 10.1016/j.ocemod.2014.02.003.

Documents (2)

New Dynamical Tools for Submesoscales Characterization in SWOT Data
PI: Guillaume Lapeyre (08-Jun-17). The altimetry mission SWOT will provide Sea Surface Height (SSH) data-sets at unprecedented resolution (10-100km) with a 2D coverage in space. Such a data-set requires development of new diagnostic tools to unveil different dynamical aspects of the mesoscales (horizontal scales around 300km) and submesoscales (around 30km) that can be extracted from the SSH signal.
Mesoscale / Sub-mesoscale Dynamics in the Upper Ocean
Klein, P., Morrow, R., Samelson, R., Chelton, D., Lapeyre, G., Fu, L., Qiu, B., Ubelmann, C., Le Traon, P-Y., Capet, X., Ponte, A., Sasaki, H., d'Ovidio, F., Farrar, T., Chapron, B., D'Asaro, E., Ferrari, R., McWilliams, J., Smith, S., and Thompson, A. (18-Mar-15). This white paper mainly addresses some of the potential general science questions that can be addressed from the SSH signals observable with SWOT.