Il CETEMPS segnala l’attivazione della sessione “Atmosphere-Ocean interactions: open-ocean and coastal processes” a cura dell’EMS (European Meteorological Society). Il centro di eccellenza ricorda, a tutti i soci AISAM interessanti all’evento, che il 18 aprile 2023 alle ore 13:00 è fissata la scadenza per l’invio di un Abstract all’EMS2023. I dettagli riguardo l’evento e le linee guida per l’invio di un abstract sono riportate al seguente link:
Riportiamo il testo integrale con il tema della sessione:
"This session is multi-purpose and aims at connecting various experts of the international scientific community that works on atmospheric and oceanographic phenomena as well as air-sea interactions, occurring at different temporal and spatial scales in coastal and open-ocean areas. This session will welcome contributions using analysis, observations, numerical and machine learning tools, applied to specific case studies, operational applications and related services (such as risk assessment, coastal management, renewable energy spatial planning, coastal erosion and deposition, the resilience of coastal citizens and activity in the context of climate change, etc). The objectives are to foster the connections between atmospheric and oceanographic scientific communities and to promote an integrated and multidisciplinary approach for the analysis observations and the modeling of the Earth system. In detail, this session will welcome: I) Numerical studies spanning from uncoupled and coupled numerical models to the Digital-Twins, that analyze dynamics of the ocean, atmosphere, and waves (with particular attention to air-sea interactions), in coastal and open ocean areas. II) Observational studies using oceanographic (ARGO floats, Gliders and AUV, buoys, Stereo 3D imaging, operational campaigns, and survey, etc) and atmospheric (automatic weather stations, sonic anemometers, disdrometers, etc.) in-situ measurements, ground-based (Coastal High-Frequency Radar (HFR), S, C and X-band weather radar, etc), and space-borne remote sensing techniques (scatterometer, SAR, etc). III) Application of Machine Learning and Deep Learning Weather and Ocean Prediction techniques both in the ocean and atmospheric environment in support of a wide range of applications, such as: data assimilation systems, ensemble approach and processing, nowcasting numerical schemes, early warning systems, decision support services, physical ocean and atmospheric processes analysis, seasonal and climate projection applications and other experimental study techniques. We invite contributions including, but not limited to, the following topics: • Intense cyclones, Medicanes, Air-sea interactions and impacts in coastal areas • Severe wind storms, Wave storms, Extreme Waves and Storm surges • Coastal floods and Heavy Precipitation Events (HPEs) • Sea level oscillations and sea level future projections • Cold Air Outbreak, Cold and Dry Spells, and feedback with the atmosphere and ocean • Marine and Atmospheric Heat Waves • Ocean Heat Content modification and its impact on the atmosphere on short, seasonal and long time scales • Dense Water Formation processes • Coastal circulation and Sediment transport"