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Modeling Strategy. For the Alaska Ocean Observing System. IOOS Modeling Subsystem: Vision and Implementation Strategy. “IOOS has been thought of as primarily an observational system, with ad hoc support for modeling as a downstream data consumer. .

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modeling strategy

Modeling Strategy

For the Alaska Ocean Observing System

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IOOS Modeling Subsystem:

Vision and Implementation Strategy

“IOOS has been thought of as primarily an observational system, with ad hoc support for modeling as a downstream data consumer.

Yet only models provide information with sufficient spatial and temporal resolution and extent to support many of the products needed by users.”

past aoos supported modeling efforts
Past AOOS-supported modeling efforts
  • 2005-06: UAF Modeling & analysis center: $520k, modeling comparisons for sea ice, RAMS & ROMS
  • 2005-06: Moorings & sensors in Southeast, Aleutian Island passes & Bering Strait to support developing circulation models
  • 2005-2010: PWS Demonstration Project; ROMS, WRF, NPZ & SWAN ; about $250-300k a year
current aoos supported modeling efforts 2011 15
Current AOOS-supported modeling efforts (2011-15)
  • PWS 24/7 ROMS ($100k/year) – Yi Chao
  • GOA PWS & CI WRF ($100k/year) – Peter Olssen
  • PWS hydrological model validation (@$75k over 3 years) – Scott Pegau
  • GOA ocean acidification model ($100k/1 year) – Jeremy Mathis
  • Downscale ocean climate models ($125k/2 years) – John Walsh
  • ABSI vulnerability assessment ($xk/1 year) – Axiom
  • AOOS Model Explorer on Ocean Portal
  • CI Modeling Group & support for NCOS ROMS
  • Beaufort Sea: obs to validate NCEP wave model
future aoos supported modeling efforts
Future AOOS-supported modeling efforts
  • Moving research to operational models
  • Enhancing existing models
  • Validating existing models w/observations
  • Creating products from existing models

Should we continue to devote $200k/year to modeling?

If so, what should we support?

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