iAnZone and SASSI meeting, 25th July 2009
9.00 Session 1: ianzone biennial meeting, ianzone business and plans
National reports from ianzone nations (~10 minutes each) (brief results/fieldwork accomplished and planned, modelling accomplished and planned) – unless these will be covered later on.
Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Chile, China, France, Germany, Italy, Korea, New Zealand, Norway, Russia, Spain, UK, US, others?
Discussion of future of ianzone -
- whether to continue ianzone
- future leaders?
- future ianzone project post-SASSI?
Morning coffee/tea 10.30-10.45 is provided.
Lunch is not provided; we can stop at a suitable point.
Afternoon coffee/tea 15.30-15.45 is provided.
10.45 onwards: Session 2: SASSI talks (15-30 mins) results, deployments and plans
Mar Flexas (Spain) First results of the ESASSI project and future perspectives
Doug Martinson (US) West Antarctic Peninsula SASSI mooring results
Cedric Chavanne (UK) SASSI section in the southeast Weddell and mooring deployments
Andrea Bergamasco (Italy) Italian Antarctic plans
Alex Orsi (US) Plans for SASSI in 2010
Siobhan O'Farrell (Australia) Summary of SOPHOCLES meeting and scope for collaborations
Lars Smedsrud (Norway) Results of BIAC - Bipolar Atlantic Thermohaline Circulation - and Planned work on the Fimbul Ice shelf summer 2009/10
Eberhard Fahrbach (Germany) New views of the Antarctic coastal current and plans for 2009/2010 and 2010/11
Svein Osterhus (Norway) Norwegian SASSI and BIAC project results and plans
Anna Wahlin (Norway) Results from 2008-2009 Oden cruise
Robin Muench (US) Antarctic tidal modeling, and possible impacts of corrugations on dense outflows
Carlos Garcia (Brazil) Brazilian SASSI and Antarctic plans
Session 3: SASSI business and plans
1. SASSI journal special issue (journal, deadlines, guest editors)
2. EuroSASSI bid - whether to resubmit for next call
3. Other opportunities for collaboration – funding opportunities, travel funding to visit other SASSI collaborators, berths on SASSI cruises....
4. How to facilitate data sharing
5. Next meetings e.g. IPY conference in Oslo June 2010.
Finish at 5 pm
Session 4: evening meal together!