3rd Session of CLIVAR Eastern Boundary Upwelling System Research Foci Meeting

Sunday, December 9, 2018
Event City: 
Washington D.C.
USA
Event Attendance: 
EBUS RF members
Event Contact: 
Jing Li
Event Description: 

The Third Session of CLIVAR Eastern Boundary Upwelling System Research Foci (EBUS RF)
9 December 2018
Farragut Square Room at Hamilton Hotel Washington D.C., USA

1. VENUE
2. MEETING CONTACT
3. MEETING SCHEDULE
4. LIST OF PARTICIPANTS
5. ACCOMMODATION
6. REGISTRATION
7. INTERNET & POWER
8. TRANSPORT AND TRANSFERS
9. PATICIPATE VIA TELECON

 

1. VENUE

Hamilton Hotel Washington DC
1001 14th St NW,
Washington, DC 20005 USA
Tel: 202.682.0111
Fax: 202.682.3801

http://hamiltonhoteldc.com/

 

2. MEETING CONTACT

Jing Li, Staff Scientist at ICPO, Email: jing.li@clivar.org   
Jeff Baker, Jeffrey (Jeff) Becker from US CLIVAR, jbecker@usclivar.org, +1 (202) 787-1683 (local host)
Ryan Rykaczewski, Co-chair of EBUS RF, ryk@sc.edu
Thomas Toniazzo, Co-chair of EBUS RF, thomas.toniazzo@uni.no
Alban Lazar, Co-chair of EBUS RF, alban.lazar@upmc.fr

 

3. MEETING SCHEDULE (Download)

8:45 AM – Welcome (Alban, Ryan, and Thomas)

9:00 – Brief introduction of attendees (See Appendix A)
5 minutes per participant with 1 or 2 slides (no required) on points of research interest on general EBUS issues and relevant for the aims outlined in the Prospectus

10:45 – Break (15 min)

11:00 - Discussion of EBUS RF Prospectus and its evolution (See Appendix B)
1. Complementarity with the Terms of Reference of SCOR-155 WG on EBUS 
2. What is missing from this plan?
3. On which of these questions can real, collaborative progress be made with help of our RF?
4. What deliverables are possible?  (Annalisa)
 

12:00 – Lunch

13:30 – Development of syllabus for summer school:
Tentative list of speakers; List of co-funding opportunities; Computer lab schedule; Daily schedule; Advertising (Poster with descriptive extended abstracts); Application deadlines

14:30 – Work on deliverables, new opportunities
1. Main objective of the RF in 2019
2. Longer-term view: main open research questions of strategic relevance for the RF
3. Perspective on ongoing and future research & relevance for CLIVAR
 

16:00 – Updates on international collaborative efforts by other groups
Within CLIVAR:
CLIVAR Pacific Regional Panel (Ryan)
CLIVAR Atlantic Regional Panel (Paquita)
CLIVAR Ocean Model Development Panel
Other international groups:
SCOR WG-155 on EBUS (Ryan)
Scope of work; Planned Summer School in 2020; Planned Open Science Conference
PICES WG-40 on Climate and Ecosystem Prediction (Ryan)
Canary Current Large Marine Ecosystem (Email from Antonio)

16:30 – Discussion of potential RF meeting this summer in Italy in conjunction with the summer school

17:00 - Adjourn

 

4. LIST OF PARTICIPANTS

Name Institute Country Role
Ryan Rykaczewski University of South Carolina USA Co-chair
Thomas Toniazzo University of Bergen Norway Co-Chair
Alban Lazar LOCEAN-IPSL/Sorbonne Université France Co-Chair
Annalisa Bracco Georgia Institute of Technology USA Member
Art Miller Scripps Institution of Oceanography USA Member
Veronique Garcon 
(Remote)
LEGOS (SOLAS) France Member
Paquita Zuidema University of Miami USA Member
Uwe Send Scripps Institution of Oceanography USA Member
Rene Garreaud
(Remote)
Universidad de Chile Chile Member
Jennifer Veitch South African Environmental Observation Network (SAEON) South Africa Member
Moussa Diakhaté Université Cheikh Anta Diop (UCAD) de Dakar Senegal Member
Marisol García-Reyes Farallon Institute for Advanced Ecosystem Research USA Member
Vincent Echevin LOCEAN France Member
Martin Schmidt Leibniz Institute for Baltic Sea Research Warnemünde Germany Member
Sandy Lucas NOAA CPO USA Invited
Jing Li International CLIVAR Project Office China ICPO
Jeff Becker US CLIVAR USA Local Organiser

 

5. ACCOMMODATION

Accommodation bookings are the responsibility of participants.

Participants are strongly advised to make their hotel bookings as soon as possible. Similarly for their travel plans and bookings.

 

6. REGISTRATION

Registration for the meeting will be from 08:30 to 08:45 on December 9, in the meeting room (Farragut Square Room). Meeting material and badges will be distributed to individuals during the registration. Sign boards in the lobby will direct you to the registration desk that will be staffed at the above-mentioned time.

Important: Please wear your badge at all times as it is important that you are identifiable as a conference attendee.

 

7. INTERNET & POWER

Main voltage in US is 110V 60Hz, participants from other countries may need to consider the need for a voltage converter. Plug/wall sockets in US is either type A or B as shown below:

Participants are recommended to bring appropriate Power Adapters to enable use of wall sockets.

Important: Meeting organiser will be advised of the AV facilities at the venue. Please be mindful of the need to bring the appropriate adaptors to ensure you can connect your laptops to enable you to run your meeting sessions.

Note:

(1) Please be informed that a strict 'do not disturb' phone policy will be enforced.

(2) Power outlets are limited within the meeting rooms. Please be aware and come with your devices charged.

Internet Access

Complimentary Wireless is available at guest rooms, Meeting room, and Lobby and public areas of the venue hotel.

 

8. TRANSPORT AND TRANSFERS

The Hamilton Hotel Washington D.C. is located ~ 44km from Dulles International Airport; or ~ 7km from Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport.

 

9. PATICIPATE VIA TELECON

If you will be attending the meeting remotely, here is the access information.

Call My Phone and Join Online Meeting

- OR -

1. Dial-In:
- United States (Toll): 3032480285

2. Enter Access Code: 7871682

3. Web Login

Click here for a list of global toll-free numbers

 

 

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