An introduction to GODAE OceanView

Type Article
Date 2015
Language English
Author(s) Bell M. J.1, Schiller A.2, Le Traon Pierre-YvesORCID3, 4, Smith N. R.5, Dombrowsky E.3, 4, Wilmer-Becker K.1
Affiliation(s) 1 : Met Off, Exeter, Devon, England.
2 : CSIRO, Hobart, Tas, Australia.
3 : IFREMER, Toulouse, France.
4 : Mercator Ocean, Toulouse, France.
5 : Bur Meteorol, Melbourne, Vic, Australia.
Source Journal Of Operational Oceanography (1755-876X) (Taylor & Francis Ltd), 2015 , Vol. 8 , P. S2-S11
DOI 10.1080/1755876X.2015.1022041
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Real-time operational predictions of the major ocean basins which resolve the ocean mesoscale at mid-latitudes have become established in more than a dozen countries over the last 15 years. These predictions depend on the global ocean observing system (particularly satellite altimeters and the Argo profiling float system), high performance computers and sophisticated ocean models and data assimilation systems. They support an expanding range of information services for operations at sea, weather forecasts and protection of the environment. GODAE Oceanview (GOV) assists the groups developing these predictions. This paper provides an introduction to GOV and the papers in this special issue. 

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