Synthesis of new scientific challenges for GODAE OceanView

Type Article
Date 2015
Language English
Author(s) Schiller Andreas1, Bell Mike2, Brassington Gary3, Brasseur Pierre4, Barciela Rosa2, de Mey Pierre5, Dombrowsky Eric6, Gehlen Marion7, Hernandez Fabrice6, 12, Kourafalou Villy8, Larnicol Gilles6, Le Traon Pierre-YvesORCID6, 9, Martin Matthew2, Oke Peter1, Smith Gregory C.10, Smith Neville, Tolman Hendrik11, Wilmer-Becker Kirsten2
Affiliation(s) 1 : CSIRO Oceans & Atmosphere Flagship, CAWCR, Hobart, Tas 7001, Australia.
2 : Met Off, Exeter, Devon, England.
3 : Bur Meteorol, CAWCR, Sydney, NSW, Australia.
4 : LEGI, Grenoble, France.
5 : LEGOS, Toulouse, France.
6 : Mercator Ocean, Toulouse, France.
7 : IPSL, LSCE, F-91191 Gif Sur Yvette, France.
8 : Univ Miami, Dept Ocean Sci, RSMAS, Miami, FL USA.
9 : IFREMER, Toulouse, France.
10 : Environm Canada, Rech Previs Numer Environm, Dorval, PQ, Canada.
11 : NOAA, NCWCP, College Pk, MD USA.
12 : IRD, Toulouse, France.
Source Journal Of Operational Oceanography (1755-876X) (Taylor & Francis Ltd), 2015 , Vol. 8 , P. S259-S271
DOI 10.1080/1755876X.2015.1049901
WOS© Times Cited 8
Note Special Issue: GODAE OceanView Part 2
Abstract The marine environment plays an increasingly important role in shaping economies and infrastructures, and touches upon many aspects of our lives, including food supplies, energy resources, national security and recreational activities. Global Ocean Data Assimilation Experiment (GODAE) and GODAE OceanView have provided platforms for international collaboration that significantly contribute to the scientific development and increasing uptake of ocean forecasting products by end users who address societal issues such as those listed above. Many scientific challenges and opportunities remain to be tackled in the ever-changing field of operational oceanography, from the observing system to modelling, data assimilation and product dissemination. This paper provides a brief overview of past achievements in GODAE OceanView, but subsequently concentrates on the future scientific foci of GODAE OceanView and its Task Teams, and provides a vision for the future of ocean forecasting.
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Schiller Andreas, Bell Mike, Brassington Gary, Brasseur Pierre, Barciela Rosa, de Mey Pierre, Dombrowsky Eric, Gehlen Marion, Hernandez Fabrice, Kourafalou Villy, Larnicol Gilles, Le Traon Pierre-Yves, Martin Matthew, Oke Peter, Smith Gregory C., Smith Neville, Tolman Hendrik, Wilmer-Becker Kirsten (2015). Synthesis of new scientific challenges for GODAE OceanView. Journal Of Operational Oceanography, 8, S259-S271. Publisher's official version : , Open Access version :