Event Date/Time: Jun 10, 2001 End Date/Time: Jun 15, 2001
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COLBY-SAWYER COLLEGE
NEW LONDON, NH
JUN 10-15, 2001

John S. Allen, Chair
Steven J. Lentz, Vice Chair

Steering Committee: Richard Garvine, Leslie Rosenfeld, Roger Samelson, Francisco Werner




Session 1:
(Sunday PM) POLAR SHELVES
Discussion Leader: Adriana Huyer, Oregon State University
David Chapman, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
ARCTIC SHELF-BASIN INTERACTIONS
Tom Weingartner, University of Alaska
GOING TO EXTREMES: BUOYANCY FORCING ON ARCTIC CONTINENTAL SHELVES
Session 2:
(Monday AM) VERTICAL MIXING
Discussion Leader: W. Rocky Geyer, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
Ken Melville, Scripps Institution of Oceanography
MEASUREMENTS OF SURFACE WAVE BREAKING IN THE COASTAL OCEAN: AIR-SEA FLUXES AND MIXING
James Ledwell, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
MIXING IN STRATIFIED COASTAL WATERS
Mark Stacey, University of California, Berkeley
THE ENERGETICS OF TURBULENT MIXING IN STRATIFIED ESTUARINE FLOWS
Session 3:
(Monday PM) NEARSHORE PROCESSES
Discussion Leader: John Allen, Oregon State University
Robert Guza, Scripps Institution of Oceanography
FIELD OBSERVATIONS OF SURFZONE CIRCULATION
Steve Elgar, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
SURFACE GRAVITY WAVES PROPAGATING ACROSS THE CONTINENTAL SHELF TO THE BEACH
Session 4:
(Tuesday AM) TOPOGRAPHIC EFFECTS
Discussion Leader: Leslie Rosenfeld, Naval Postgraduate School
Susan Allen, University of British Columbia
EFFECTS OF SUBMARINE CANYONS ON CROSS-SHELF-BREAK EXCHANGE
Peter Holloway, The University of New South Wales
INTERNAL TIDE GENERATION OVER TOPOGRAPHY: COMPARISONS BETWEEN MODEL PREDICTIONS AND OBSERVATIONS
David Farmer, Institute of Ocean Sciences
SMALL SCALE TOPOGRAPHIC EFFECTS IN COASTAL WATERS
Session 5:
(Tuesday PM) BIOGEOCHEMICAL-PHYSICAL INTERACTIONS
Discussion Leader: Francisco Werner, University of North Carolina
Ken Denman, University of Victoria
BIOGEOCHEMICAL PROCESSES IN UPWELLING REGIONS: FROM OBSERVATIONS TO MODELS
Jesus Pineda, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
COMPONENTS OF LARVAL TRANSPORT: PHYSICAL VARIABILITY AND LARVAL BEHAVIOR
Session 6:
(Wednesday AM) FRONTAL CIRCULATION
Discussion Leader: Richard Garvine, University of Delaware
Kenneth Brink, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
OBSERVED CURRENTS OVER GEORGES BANK
Robert Houghton, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory
SECONDARY CIRCULATION AT TIDAL AND SHELFBREAK FRONTS: RESULTS FROM PURPOSEFUL TRACER EXPERIMENTS
Kevin Horsburgh, University of Wales
FRONTAL CIRCULATION IN SHELF SEAS: OBSERVATIONS, MODELLING AND IMPLICATIONS
Session 7:
(Wednesday PM) COASTAL METEOROLOGY
Discussion Leader: Roger Samelson, Oregon State University
Nickolas Bond, NOAA/Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory
OUTSTANDING ISSUES REGARDING AIR-SEA INTERACTIONS IN THE COASTAL ZONE
F. Martin Ralph, NOAA/Environmental Technology Laboratory
THE STRUCTURE AND ORIGINS OF COASTALLY TRAPPED WINDS IN LAND-FALLING PACIFIC WINTER STORMS IN CALIFORNIA
Session 8:
(Thursday AM) EASTERN BOUNDARY CURRENTS
Discussion Leader: Kenneth Brink, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
Adriana Huyer, Oregon State University
THE NEWPORT HYDROGRAPHIC LINE, 1961-2000: SEASONAL AND INTERANNUAL VARIATIONS
Allan Clarke, Florida State University
INTERANNUAL AND DECADAL COASTAL VARIABILITY
P. Ted Strub, Oregon State University
SATELLITE COMPARISONS OF EASTERN BOUNDARY CURRENTS
Session 9:
(Thursday PM) BUOYANT CURRENTS
Discussion Leader: Steven Lentz, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
Richard Garvine, University of Delaware
CONTEMPORARY ISSUES IN THE DYNAMICS OF BUOYANT COASTAL DISCHARGE
W. Rocky Geyer, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
THE IMPORTANCE OF SUSPENDED SEDIMENT IN COASTAL PHYSICAL OCEANOGRAPHY

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