Surface Fluxes: Challenges for High Latitudes (SeaFlux) Workshop
|7:45:||Shuttle leaves Millennium Harvest House Hotel (Look for the black and gold CU logo bus)|
|8:30-9:00:||Introduction, Logistics, Programmatic Issues, Summary of Objectives|
|9:00-10:00:||Invited Talks: Why improve fluxes at high latitudes? (user requirements)|
|10:00-10:30:||Discussion. (Panel discussion on user requirements with 3 invited speakers)|
|Session chair (11:00-12:30): Carol Anne Clayson|
|11:00-11:30:||Invited Talk: Chris Fairall, Observational challenges for turbulent and radiative fluxes at high latitudes.|
|11:30-12:00:||Invited Talk: William B. Rossow, Difficulties in Determining Surface Fluxes in the Polar Regions.|
|12:30-1:30:||Lunch – All badged meeting participants may spend up to $10 daily for lunch at the UCAR Café. Just let the cashier know that you are with the SeaFlux Workshop.|
|1:30-3:15:||Break out sessions (20 minute scheduled talks)|
|3:15-3:45:||Coffee break (posters up)|
|3:45-5:00:||Break out session discussions (or talks continuing): Charting the way forward.|
Shuttle will leave Center Green building at 6:30 PM or when the reception winds down.
Thursday: New Data and New Products.
|7:45:||Shuttle leaves Millennium Harvest House Hotel|
|Session chair (8:30-10:10): Jennifer Kay|
|8:30-9:00:||Invited Talk: Ian Renfrew, Air-sea interaction at high latitudes: A focus on the International Polar Year.|
|9:00-9:30:||Invited Talk: Bill Large, Gridded products at high latitudes. Challenges and issues.|
|9:30-9:50:||Richard Cullather. Evaluation of Arctic Energy and Moisture Budgets in the MERRA Reanalysis|
|9:50-10:10:||P. Ola G. Persson, Andrey Grachev, Chris Fairall, Ian M. Brooks, Cathryn Birch, Amy Solomon, Cassie Wheeler, Turbulent Fluxes Over Arctic Sea Ice: Measurements, Interactions, and Comparisons to Models|
|Session chair (10:40-12:30): Carol Anne Clayson|
|10:40-11:00:||William Drennan and E.Sahlee. On air-sea fluxes at high winds.|
|11:00-11:20:||Sergey Gulev, Konstantin Belyaev, Extreme turbulent air-sea heat fluxes over the global World ocean and their climate variability.|
|11:20-11:40:||Rachel T. Pinker, X. Niu, M. Wonsick, Y. Ma, Surface and Top of the Atmosphere Radiative Fluxes at High Latitudes.|
|11:40-12:00:||Kay I. Ohshima, Takeshi Tamura, Sohey Nihashi, Katsushi Iwamoto, Daisuke Simizu, Yasushi Fukamachi, Global Mapping of sea ice production and heat/salt flux in ice-covered regions, using satellite passive microwave data.|
|1:30-3:10:||Break out sessions (presentations)
SeaFlux OR CLIVAR (Gas Fluxes; IPY Analysis and IPY requirements of gridded products)
|3:40-5:30:||Break out session discussions continue|
Shuttle will depart Center Green for the Millennium at 5:45 PM
Friday: The Future.
|7:45||Shuttle leaves Millennium Harvest House Hotel|
|8:30-8:50:||Meghan Cronin, Chris Fairall (with input). Overview of the observing system.|
|8:50-9:20:||Invited Talk: Mark Bourassa, Eric Lindstrom. Satellites and Satellite Observing in the Future.|
|9:20-9:40:||Carol Anne Clayson (with input). Overview of newly developed technologies.|
|9:40-10:00:||Sarah Gille (with input). Recap of user requirements.|
|10:30-12:00:||Charting the way forward: wrap up open discussion and charge for action. Follow up with EOS Conference Summary; BAMS White Paper: J. Climate special collection.|
Shuttle will return to the Millennium hotel at 12:15 or when the workshop finishes up.
Some discussion questions:
What are priorities for analysis of existing data?
What new satellite observations and what types of field observations would be most useful for high-latitude surface fluxes?