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Start Time:

16 June 2003 at 09:00

Ends On:

27 June 2003

Location:

Trieste - Italy

Venue:

AGH-Giambiagi

Organizer(s):

M. Gacic, F. Molteni, P.P. Povinec

Description:

The Course on Climate Variability Studies in the Ocean “Tracing and Modelling the Ocean Variability” is the first of a series of three courses in ocean studies to be held over a three-year period. This edition is being organized jointly by the Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics [ICTP] and the International Atomic Energy Agency [IAEA, Vienna].

Topics to be covered:
• Overview of Climatic Variability in the Atmosphere and Ocean
- Physical Aspects
- Bio-geo-chemical Aspects

• Evidencing of Climate Variability
- Instrumental Evidences
- Evidences from Proxy Data

• Numerical Modelling for the Simulation of Ocean/Atmosphere Variability
- General Circulation Modelling
- Modelling of Isotope Dispersion

The course will consist of key lectures presented by invited speakers. Course participants are invited to make oral or poster presentations of their research relevant to ocean/climate.

Material:

16 June 2003
08:30
11:00
REGISRATION & ADMINISTRATIVE FORMALITIES
02h30'
11:00
11:30
Opening & Introduction by the Organizers
30'
11:30
12:30
Ocean – atmosphere interaction
01h00'
E. Sarachik
JISAO - Univ. of Washington, Seattle
12:30
14:00
Lunch
01h30'
14:00
15:00
The role of the ocean in the inter-decadal climate variability
01h00'
F. Molteni
ICTP
15:00
15:30
Break
30'
15:30
16:30
Large-scale Rossby basin modes & their instability - I
01h00'
J. Pedlosky
WHOI - MA., USA
17 June 2003
09:00
10:00
Thermohaline circulation of the ocean - I
01h00'
E. Sarachik
10:00
10:30
Coffee Break
30'
10:30
11:30
Large-scale Rossby basin modes & their instability - II
01h00'
J. Pedlosky
11:30
12:30
Ocean surface temperatures during the last 150,000 years - I
01h00'
J. Sachs
MIT, USA
12:30
14:00
Lunch
01h30'
14:00
15:00
Ocean surface temperatures during the last 150,000 years - II
01h00'
J. Sachs
18:30
18:30
Reception
18 June 2003
09:00
10:00
Climate Variability & Marine Eco-systems: The Role of Forcings & Feedbacks - I
01h00'
A. Busalacchi
ESSIC - University of Maryland, USA
10:00
10:30
Coffee Break
30'
10:30
11:30
Climate Variability & Marine Eco-systems: The Role of Forcings & Feedbacks - II
01h00'
A. Busalacchi
11:30
12:30
Thermohaline circulation of the ocean - II
01h00'
E. Sarachik
12:30
14:00
Lunch
01h30'
14:00
15:00
Biological production, physical transport of nutrients & variability - I
01h00'
R. Williams
University of Liverpool, UK
15:00
15:30
Break
30'
15:30
16:30
Venice & Climate Change
01h00'
P. Campostrini
CORILA, Venice, Italy
19 June 2003
09:00
10:00
The ocean's mesoscale & its role in climate - I
01h00'
J. Marshall
MIT, USA
10:00
10:30
Break
30'
10:30
11:30
The ocean's mesoscale & its role in climate - II
01h00'
J. Marshall
11:30
12:30
Biological production, physical transport of nutrients & variability - II
01h00'
R. Williams
12:30
14:00
Lunch
01h30'
14:00
15:00
Biodiversity response to climate change in the deep sea - I
01h00'
R. Danovaro
Universita' Politecnica delle Marche, Italy
15:00
15:30
Break
30'
15:30
16:30
Biodiversity response to climate change in the deep sea -II
01h00'
R. Danovaro
20 June 2003
09:00
10:00
Computation & Modelling of the Air-Sea Heat & Momentum Fluxes
01h00'
N. Zaker
Iranian National Center for Oceanography (INCO), Tehran, Iran
10:00
10:30
Coffee Break
30'
10:30
11:30
Vortex formation in the Labrador Sea
01h00'
A. Bracco
ICTP
11:30
12:30
Behaviors of 137Cs and 239,240Pu injected into the ocean by global fallout in the ocean general circulation model - I
01h00'
D. Tsumune
CRIEPI, Japan & NCAR, USA
12:30
14:00
Lunch
01h30'
14:00
15:00
Behaviors of 137Cs and 239,240Pu injected into the ocean by global fallout in the ocean general circulation model - II
01h00'
D. Tsumune
15:00
15:30
Break
30'
15:30
15:50
Participant Presentation

Surface Active Properties of Organic Matter in the North Adriatic Sea
20'
B. Gasparovic
Croatia
23 June 2003
09:00
10:00
Deep Convection in the Ocean
01h00'
F. Straneo
WHOI, MA, USA
10:00
10:30
Coffee Break
30'
10:30
11:30
Decadal & multi-decadal variability of deep convection in the Labrador Sea
01h00'
F. Straneo
11:30
12:30
Interanual to inter-decadal variability in the eastern South Pacific Ocean - I
01h00'
O. Pizarro [& A. Montecinos]
University of Concepcion, Chile
12:30
13:30
Lunch
01h00'
13:30
14:30
Interanual to inter-decadal variability in the eastern South Pacific Ocean - II
01h00'
O. Pizarro [& A. Montecinos]
14:30
15:00
Break
30'
15:00
16:00
ICTP - Training and Research in Italian Laboratories Programme (TRIL)

Presentation of the TRIL Programme
01h00'
G. Furlan
ICTP
24 June 2003
09:00
10:00
A High-resolution Late Quaternary Paleo-ceanographic Record from The Labrador Sea: a geochemical & glacio-sedimentological perspective - I
01h00'
H. Rashid
MIT, USA
10:00
10:30
Coffee Break
30'
10:30
11:30
A High-resolution Late Quaternary Paleo-ceanographic Record from The Labrador Sea: a geochemical & glacio-sedimentological perspective - II
01h00'
H. Rashid
11:30
12:30
Climate Forcing & Ecosystem Response in the Southern Adriatic Gyre
01h00'
M. Gacic & G. Civitarese
OGS, Italy & ISMAR, Italy
12:30
14:00
Lunch
01h30'
14:00
14:20
Participant Presentations

Modelling Efforts & Activities at NCMRWF, India
20'
Swati Basu
India
14:20
14:40
N. Atlantic /Southern Oscillations & Associated European Climate Changes
20'
D. Basharin
Ukraine
14:40
15:10
Break
30'
15:10
15:30
Participant Presentation

Modelling the Mediterranean Sea
20'
A. Harzallah
18:00
18:00
Reception
25 June 2003
09:00
10:00
Influence of Changing Ocean Climate on Pelagic Food Web Structure: Impact on Cycling of Biogenic Carbon - I
01h00'
R. Rivkin
Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada
10:00
10:30
Coffee Break
30'
10:30
11:30
Influence of Changing Ocean Climate on Pelagic Food Web Structure: Impact on Cycling of Biogenic Carbon - II
01h00'
R. Rivkin
11:30
12:30
Can we model the tropics without bio-climate feedbacks?
01h00'
R. Murtugudde
ESSIC - University of Maryland, USA
12:30
14:00
Lunch
01h30'
14:00
15:00
Caesium-137 and Plutonium-239,240 as Tracers in the Oceans: Diffusion Coefficients and the Distribution of Caesium-137
01h00'
M. Nakano
Japan Nuclear Cycle Development Unit, Ibaraki, Japan
15:00
15:30
Break
30'
15:30
15:50
Participant Presentations

Variation in the Tropical Cyclone Activity (North Indian Ocean)
20'
S. Faisal Saeed
Pakistan
15:50
16:10
tbc
20'
E. Bournaski
Bulgaria
26 June 2003
09:00
10:00
General Physiognomy of the Mediterranean Ecosystems
01h00'
M. Ribera d’Alcala
Stazione Zoologica 'A. Dohrn', Italy
10:00
10:30
Coffee Break
30'
10:30
11:30
Potential Impact of Changes in Physical Forcing on the Biotic Component in the Mediterranean Sea
01h00'
M. Ribera d’Alcala
11:30
12:30
The Consequences of Climatic Global Variability in the Med. & its regional seas -I
01h00'
A. Lascaratos
University of Athens, Greece
12:30
14:00
Break
01h30'
14:00
15:00
The Consequences of Climatic Global Variability in the Med. & its regional seas - II
01h00'
A. Lascaratos
15:00
15:30
Break
30'
15:30
15:50
Participant Presentations

Salinity & Seasonal Variability in the Arabian Sea
20'
C. de Boyer Montégut
France
15:45
16:05
On the Climate Trernds Significance
20'
R. Bekryaev
Russia
27 June 2003
09:00
10:00
Caesium-137 and Plutonium-239,240 as Tracers in the Oceans: Plutonium Scavenging Model & the Distribution of Plutonium-239,240
01h00'
M. Nakano
10:00
10:30
Coffee Break
30'
10:30
11:30
Proving or disproving long-term changes in the Mediterranean Ecosystem on the basis of Serial Observations
01h00'
M. Ribera d’Alcala
11:30
12:00
Closing Session
30'
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