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Advancements in Metocean Assessments

Wednesday, 3 May
Technical / Poster Session
The session discusses the new advancements in the metocean observations techniques, numerical models, and predictions. The session has a strong focus on the assessment of loop current in the Gulf of Mexico. Furthermore, the session is complimented with topics related to wind resource assessment.
Oleg Esenkov, Principal Engineer - ExxonMobil Upstream Integrated Solutions Co
Xiaochuan Yu, Associate Professor - University of New Orleans
Sponsoring Society:
  • American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)
  • Brazilian Petroleum, Gas and Biofuels Institute (IBP)
  • Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers (SNAME)
  • 0930-0948 32164
    Estimation of Wind Resource Assessment at High-Resolution Using SAR Observations, Validated With Lidar Measurements
    M. Cathelain, R. Husson, H. Berger, M. Fragoso, CLS
  • 0950-1008 32643
    Evaluation of Loop Current/Loop Current Eddy Fronts To Guide Offshore Oil and Gas Operations
    J. Storie, R.J. Ramos, M. Leber, H. Nowak, M. Young, B. Magnell, Woods Hole Group
  • 1010-1028 32273
    Designing a Data Buoy Network To Support Offshore Wind Energy Development in Southern New England
    J. Kritzer, K. Bland, T. Shyka, J. Motyka, NERACOOS
  • 1030-1048 32392
    Understanding the Gulf Ocean System Program: Informing Stakeholders and Improving Prediction of the Loop Current System using Advanced Observational and Numerical Tools
    A. Knap, S.F. Dimarco, Texas A&M University; S. Glenn, Rutgers University; R.J. Ramos, B. Magnell, Woods Hole Group; D. Salas, UNAM Mexico
  • 1050-1108 32459
    Applications of Adaptive Sampling Strategies of Autonomous Vehicles, Drifters, Floats, and HF-Radar, To Improve Loop Current System Dynamics Forecasts in the Deepwater Gulf of Mexico
    S.F. Dimarco, Texas A&M University; S. Glenn, Rutgers University; B. Jaimes de la Cruz, University of Miami; R. Monreal Jimenez, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico; A. Knap, Texas A&M University; Y. Liu, University of South Florida; B. Magnell, Woods Hole Group; S. Mahmud, Texas A&M University; T. Miles, Rutgers University; E. Pallas, CICESE; R. Ramos, Woods Hole Group; D. Salas de Leon, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico; L. Shay, University of Miami; M. Smith, Rutgers University Center for Ocean Observing Leadership; M. Tenreiro, CICESE; R. Weisberg, University of South Florida
  • 1110-1128 32615
    Prediction of Loop Current and Eddy Regimes in the Gulf of Mexico
    E. Steele, Met Office; S. Jaramillo, Shell Global Solutions US; R. Neal, Met Office; J. Storie, Woods Hole Group; X.M. Zhang, bp America
  • 1130-1148 32397
    New Measurements Provide Enhanced Understanding of New York Bight Wind Resource
    S. Eichelberger, K. Brennan, TGS

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