SynObs 8th web meeting – Jan 2024
SynObs (Synergistic Observing Network for Ocean Prediction) is an endorsed UN Decade project which will seek to extract maximum benefit from combining various observation platform measurements, typically satellite and in situ observation data, or combinations of coastal and open ocean platforms for ocean/coastal predictions.
SynObs aims to identify the optimal combination of the different ocean observation platforms through observing system design and evaluation, and to develop assimilation methods which can enable drawing synergistic effects from these combinations. Targets of SynObs include open-ocean, such as global, tropical, mid-latitude, arctic and subarctic oceans, as well as coastal-sea, and biogeochemical observing systems.
- Virtual meeting
- 18 Jan 2024 (Thu)
- 21:00-22:00 UTC
- Setting of OSSE experiments
- Current status of the flagship OSEs
- Content of the SynObs introduction papers in the Frontiers special issue
and some other Journal (possibly BAMS) with early results of the flagship OSEs.