CREAMS/PICES International Workshop:

MODEL/Data Intercomparison for the Japan/East Sea
August 21-22, 2006, Busan, Korea, Pukyong University
Water dynamics are important for physical processes, ecosystem dynamics and human activity. Given the growing importance of operational oceanographic information and forecasts (e.g. in relation to the development of regional coastal components of GOOS like NEAR-GOOS, and to PICES activities such as the North Pacific Ecosystem Status Report and the CREAMS/PICES Program), it is timely to ask what is known and whether reliable forecasts can be made for the circulation in the Japan/East Sea (JES). Intensive field observations over recent years have increased our knowledge of hydrodynamics in the JES, while at the same time, there have been further developments in numerical modeling. In this workshop we will address issues such as whether these observational and modeling advances are interactive and comparable, what have been the achievements and what are the remaining gaps, how the creation of reliable regional model should be approached.

Official Language of the workshop will be English.

May 31, 2006
June 30, 2006
Abstract Submission
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