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2022 Whither the Gulf Stream Workshop Agenda

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Wednesday, June 15 2022
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07:00

Workshop registration & continental breakfast

   
07:30 Virtual room open    
08:00

Welcome, opening remarks, and workshop goals

Carol Anne Clayson (WHOI), Nathan Laxague (UNH)

 
08:30 Invited talk: From CLIMODE to OOI: Observational Challenges and Some Solutions for the Gulf Stream Region Jim Edson (WHOI)  
09:00 Invited talk: The Gulf Stream, the Jet Stream and ... the "Quantum Cafe" Arnaud Czaja (Imperial College) *  
09:30

Break

   
10:00 Invited talk: Opportunities and challenges observing the Gulf Stream for needed insights into weather and climate Jaime Palter (URI)  

10:30 

Invited talk: A Review of the Gulf Stream and Associated Impacts on Weather and Climate from the Modeling Perspective Rong Zhang (NOAA/GFDL) *  
11:00 Lightning poster talks    
11:30 Discussion    
12:00 Lunch    
13:00 Invited talk: Ocean Mesoscale Air-Sea Interaction over the Gulf Stream: Drivers, Physics, and Influence Hyodae Seo (WHOI)  
13:30 Invited talk: What kind of observational program would be needed to help advance current climate-scale modeling capabilities? How could models be used to inform these observations? Stuart Bishop (NCSU)  
14:00 Breakout Session 1: What are the testable hypotheses? How can these questions best inform modeling from high-resolution to climate scales?    
15:30 Break    
16:00 Lightning poster talks    
16:30 Reports from Breakout 1/ Agency Perspective    
17:30 In-Person Poster Session / Networking Event    
19:00 End day 1    
Thursday, June 16 2022
Time (EDT) Agenda Presenter Presentation
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07:00

Continental breakfast

   
07:30 Virtual room open    
08:00 Synopsis of Day 1 discussion Carol Anne Clayson (WHOI), Nathan Laxague (UNH)  
08:30

International overview of observations

Larry O'Neill (OSU), Malcolm Roberts (UK Met Office)  
09:00 Invited talk: Capabilities and needs of remote sensing observations and new technologies Joao Teixeira (NASA JPL) *  
09:30 Invited talk: What kind of in-situ observations are needed and possible? Potential new capabilities for a North Atlantic Hotspot Experiment Meghan Cronin (NOAA PMEL)  
10:00 Lightning poster talks    
10:30 Break    
11:00 Breakout Session 2: What would be the ideal research questions, strategies, and components of a targeted modeling and observational program?    
12:30 Lunch    
14:00 Breakout Session 2 (New Groups): What would be the ideal research questions, strategies, and components of a targeted modeling and observational program?    
15:00 Break    

15:30

Report on Breakout 2    
16:00 Discussion    
17:00 End Day 2    
Friday, June 17 2022
Time (EDT) Agenda Presenter Presentation
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07:00

Continental breakfast

   
07:30 Virtual room open    
08:00

Synopsis of Day 2 discussion

Carol Anne Clayson (WHOI), Nathan Laxague (UNH)  
08:30 Breakout Session 3: Developing a framework and strategy for forward progress    
10:00 Break    
10:30 Reports from Breakout 3    
11:00 Discussion    
11:30 Agency perspectives and Next Steps    
12:00 Adjourn workshop    

 *Virtual

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