3rd NPOCE webinar on
Roles of western Pacific Ocean circulation variability in warm pool
08:00-09:30AM, August 30, 2022, GMT+8.
3 Presentations: 25min Talk + 5min Q&A/each
Convener: William Kessler (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration / Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory, US)
Kelvin Richards (University of Hawai`i at Mānoa, US)
Capturing small scale features in observations and models, and their impact
Kelvin Richards is a member of the International Pacific Research Center and Professor in the Department of Oceanography. He combines observations, theory and numerical modeling to study processes in the ocean. His research interests currently include processes leading to mixing, the ocean response to the Madden Julian Oscillation, the impact of ocean mixing on ENSO, the impact of climate change on the submesoscale, ecosystem dynamics, and the dispersion characteristics of early humans.
Agus Santoso (University of New South Wales, Australia)
ENSO, IOD, and the Indonesian Throughflow in CMIP models
Agus Santoso is a senior research scientist at the UNSW Climate Change Research Centre, Sydney, Australia. He received his PhD in 2006 from UNSW School of Mathematics and Statistics. Research interests include tropical climate variability, global thermohaline circulation, and climate models. He has served in the World Climate Research Programme CLIVAR Pacific Regional Panel and investigated the dynamics and future projections of the El Niño Southern Oscillation and Indian Ocean Dipole as one of the project leaders at the Centre for Southern Hemisphere Oceans Research (2017-2022).
Linlin Zhang (Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China)
Currents off the Papua New Guinea coast during and after the El Nino of 2015-2016
Linlin Zhang is a physical oceanographer at Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences. His current research interests are on the thee-dimensional structure and multi-scale variability of the ocean circulation in the western tropical Pacific based on mooring and hydrographic observations. As the chief scientist, he organized a series of sea cruises to the western Pacific, and played a key role in the building and maintaining of the oceanic observation network of China in the western Pacific.

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