Presentations for ICTP-CLIVAR Summer School on Oceanic EBUS

ICTP-CLIVAR Summer School on Oceanic Eastern Boundary Upwelling Systems
Programme
15 – 19 July 2019, Trieste, Italy
 
Monday, 15 July 2019,  08:30 - 17:30
08:30 Administrative and Financial formalities 30' 
REGISTRATION: Upon arrival, Visitors not staying in the ICTP Guest Houses, are kindly requested to complete registration formalities at the Adriatico Guesthouse as follows: Office 3 (Lower level) from 8.30 till 9.00.
09:00 Introduction of Lecturers and Participants 30'
09:30 IOC’s international coordination efforts on Climate Change and EBUS 15' (Speaker: Itahisa DENIZ GONZALEZ, IOC, UNESCO)
09:45 Eastern Boundary Upwelling Systems: importance and critical processes 45' (Speaker: Annalisa BRACCO (Georgia Institute of Technology), Alban LAZAR (University Pierre and Marie Curie), Ryan RYKACZEWSKI (University South Carolina), Thomas TONIAZZO (Bjerknes Centre for Climate Research, Bergen), Riccardo FARNETI (ICTP))
10:30 Coffee break 15' ( Adriatico Guesthouse - Terrace )
10:45 Historical variability in EBUS and considerations about their future 45' (Speaker: Ryan RYKACZEWSKI, University South Carolina)
11:30 Climatology of the atmospheric circulation of EBUSs 45' (Speaker: Thomas TONIAZZO, Bjerknes Centre for Climate Research, Bergen)
12:15 Climatological ocean dynamics 45' (Speaker: Martin SCHMIDT, Leibniz Institute for Baltic Sea Research)
13:00 Lunch / Swim 3h0' 
16:00 The NetCDF format, data sources, and analysis tools 1h30'  (Introduction: Martin SCHMIDT, supervision: Lecturers)
17:30 - 19:30 Welcome Reception 2h0' 
All participants are cordially invited to attend the welcome reception.
 
Tuesday, 16 July 2019, 09:00 - 19:00
09:00 Processes determining cloudiness distributions in EBUS regions: Part 1 45' (Speaker: Paquita ZUIDEMA, University of Miami)
09:45 Coastal winds over EBUS Mean Structure and Variability 45' (Speaker: Rene GARREAUD, University of Chile)
10:30 Coffee break 15' (Adriatico Guesthouse - Terrace)
10:45 The atmospheric circulation of the EBUSs: the coastal inversion, winds, and weather systems (Speaker: Thomas TONIAZZO, Bjerknes Centre for Climate Research, Bergen)
11:30 Processes determining cloudiness distributions in EBUS regions: Part 2 45' (Speaker: Paquita ZUIDEMA, University of Miami)
12:15 Cloud over EBUS: Impact and response 45' (Speaker: Rene GARREAUD, University of Chile)
13:00 Lunch / Swim 3h0' 
16:00 Data Analysis/Case Study 1h30'  (Introduction: Rene GARREAUD, Ryan RYKACZEWSKI, Thomas TONIAZZO, Paquita ZUIDEMA; supervision: Lecturers)
17:30 Coffee break 15' (Adriatico Guesthouse - Terrace)
17:45 Data Analysis/Case Study 1h15' (supervision: Lecturers)
 
Wednesday, 17 July 2019, 09:00 - 19:00
09:00 Response of the ocean to wind fields 45' (Speaker: Martin SCHMIDT, Leibniz Institute for Baltic Sea Research)
09:45 Mesoscale (eddy) dynamics and biogeochemical processes 45' (Speaker: Annalisa BRACCO, Georgia Institute of Technology)
10:30 Coffee break 15' (Adriatico Guesthouse - Terrace)
10:45 Paradoxes and overlooked constraints of the dynamics and thermodynamics of EBUS 45' (Speaker: Alban LAZAR, University Pierre and Marie Curie)
11:30 Submesoscale dynamics 45' (Speaker: Annalisa BRACCO, Georgia Institute of Technology)
12:15 Coupled atmosphere-ocean feedbacks 45' (Speaker: Art MILLER, Scripps Institute of Oceanography)
13:00 Lunch / Swim 3h0'
16:00 Participants' Presentation Session 1h30'
17:30 Coffee break 15' (Adriatico Guesthouse - Terrace)
17:45 Participants' Poster Session 1h15'
 
Thursday, 18 July 2019, 09:00 - 19:00
09:00 Large-scale biogeochemistry and plankton ecology in EBUS 45' (Speaker: Ryan RYKACZEWSKI, University South Carolina)
09:45 Role of (sub)Mesoscale for biogeochemistry and ecology in EBUS 45' (Speaker: Ivy FRENGER, GEOMAR, Germany)
10:30 Coffee break 15' ( Adriatico Guesthouse - Terrace )
10:45 Biogeochemical Models in EBUS: Ingredients & challenges 45' (Speaker: Ivy FRENGER, GEOMAR, Germany)
11:30 Modeling Peru Upwelling Ecosystem: from Physics to Anchovy 45' (Speaker: Fei CHAI, Second Institute of Oceanography, China)
12:15 Data assimilation; adjoint models 45' (Speaker: Art MILLER, Scripps Institute of Oceanography)
13:00 Lunch / Swim 3h0'
16:00 Students and teachers' feedback to the practice session 1h30' (Students & teachers)
17:30 Coffee break 15' ( Adriatico Guesthouse - Terrace )
17:45  Students and teachers' feedback to the practice session 1h30' (Students & teachers)
19:30 - 23:00 ICTP SOCIAL EVENT - "From Africa to Asia"
There's no better place to celebrate summer than an "African- Asian" party at the ICTP featuring live percussionists and performers plus great dance music from all continents with DJ Patrick!
Join the party at the Leonardo Building Terrace on Thursday 18 July 2019 from 19:30 to 23:00 hrs!
A special buffet dinner will be served at the Leonardo Cafeteria starting at 19:30 and payable with two half-meal coupons or by cash - Euros 10.
Looking forward to seeing you with your friends and families!
Hosted Activities Office
Location: Leonardo Building Terrace
 
Friday, 19 July 2019, 09:00 - 19:00
09:00 Teleconnections in EBUS: a focus on oceanic coastally trapped waves 45' (Speaker: Alban LAZAR, University Pierre and Marie Curie)
09:45 ENSO and Tropical-Subtropcial Teleconnections to EBUS 45' (Speaker: Rene GARREAUD (University of Chile), Art MILLER (Scripps Institute of Oceanography))
10:30 Coffee break 15' (Adriatico Guesthouse - Terrace )
10:45 Future changes of nutrient dynamics and biological productivity in California Current System (CCS) 45' (Speaker: Fei CHAI, Second Institute of Oceanography, China)
11:30 EBUS alongshore winds as simulated by IPCC-style climate projections 45' (Speaker: Ryan RYKACZEWSKI, University South Carolina)
12:15 Simulations, predictions, and climate change: the challenges 45' (Speaker: Thomas TONIAZZO, Bjerknes Centre for Climate Research, Bergen; Riccardo FARNETI (ICTP))
13:00 Lunch / Swim 3h0'
16:00 Debate on climate change in EBUS: selection of hypotheses from the literature 1h30' (Students)
17:30 Coffee break 15' (Adriatico Guesthouse - Terrace)
17:45 Debate on climate change in EBUS: discussion on hypotheses 1h15' (Students)