Improved Surface Currents from Altimeter-Derived and Sea Surface Temperature Observations: Application to the North Atlantic Ocean and intercomparison of the OSTIA L4 NRT and REP Products

Daniele Ciani, CNR-ISMAR

Daniele Ciani, Physical Oceanographer, is a researcher at the Institute of Marine Sciences of the National Research Council of Italy (CNR-ISMAR). He received a M.Sc. in Physics at the University of Rome “Sapienza” (Rome, Italy) and a Ph.D. in Physical Oceanography at Université de Bretagne Occidentale (Brest, France). Daniele’s research interests include ocean mesoscale/submesoscale dynamics, satellite Sea Surface Temperature (SST) and ocean surface currents remote sensing. SST studies are primarily focused on the characterization of ocean surface currents from dynamical and/or AI-based algorithms, SST diurnal warming and the development of future satellite missions for the SST retrieval.

Selection, in-situ calibration, and minimum coverage of a GHRSST product for the monitoring of the Canadian Atlantic Zone

Peter Galbraith, Fisheries and Oceans Canada

Peter Galbraith is a Fisheries and Oceans Canada research scientist in physical oceanography with interests in the climate of the Gulf of St. Lawrence. He is chair of the Atlantic Zone Monitoring Program, responsible for delivering its scientific program.  He also produces the annual Research Document on the state of the ocean for the physical oceanography of the Gulf of St. Lawrence and leads the production of the zonal environmental overview report.

A new parameterization for oceanic diurnal warming

Andy Harris, NOAA-CISESS, University of Maryland

When is Wind Speed Not Enough for Characterizing the Cool Skin?

Sandra Castro, CCAR, University of Colorado

Sandra Castro’s interests surround the physical processes governing the thermal structure of the ocean’s surface and her work has focused on characterizing retrieval uncertainty, modeling of the cool skin and diurnal warm layers, and SST variability


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