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Program for OCMIP-2 Princeton Workshop (5-7 July 2000)
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Where: Princeton University
       Princeton, New Jersey, USA
 
When:  Wednesday 5 July to Friday 7 July 2000

Scope:  Discuss recent OCMIP-2 results; plan for future OCMIP activity

Intended Audience: OCMIP participants (modelers and data specialists)

Transport: see http://www.princeton.edu/~cvcs/directions.htm

Meals: - All breakfasts and lunches during 5 July through 7 July
         are provided to conference participants FREE of charge
         to participants through funding from the IGBP/GAIM office
       - The conference dinner Thursday 6 July is also provided
         FREE of charge by IGBP/GAIM

Registration: Contact James Orr (orr@cea.fr)
              NO registration fee, but contact before meeting is REQUIRED

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Meeting AGENDA
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Wednesday 5 July   
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Wednesday AM - Theme: Special issues (CO2 Injection, analysis)
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 8:00  AM   - Breakfast (Courtesy of IGBP/GAIM)

 8:30  AM   - Welcome (Sarmiento)
            - Workshop Objectives and Plan (Orr)          
 8:45  AM   - CO2 Injection results (Orr)
 9:30  AM   - Discussion
10:00  AM   - Coffee break
10:30  AM   - Current OCMIP-2 analysis (Brockmann)
             * OCMIP-2 model output archive
             * General analysis strategy
             * Visualization -- GAP 2.0 (review, new features, plans)
             * GAP tutorial

12:00 Noon - Lunch (Provided by IGBP/GAIM)

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Wednesday PM - Theme: Some OCMIP-related Studies
             ***NOTE: 12 min MAX/presentation; 
                       8 min discussion
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 1:00 PM  John Marshall (MIT)
             Air-sea CFC fluxes and ocean mixing

 1:20 PM  Yongqi Gao (NERSC)
             Sensitivity of Diapycnal Mixing  on Oceanic Uptake of CFCs in an
             Isopycnic Coordinate Ocean Model

 1:40 PM  Claus Boening (Kiel)
             Simulation of CFC and perturbation CO2 uptake in the Atlantic: 
             Effects of model resolution and representation of overflows

 2:00 PM  J. R. Toggweiler (GFDL)      
             How large is the solubility pump in the ocean?

 2:20 PM  Nicolas Gruber (PRINCE)
             Air-sea fluxes of oxygen and CO2 from an inversion of ocean bulk 
             data

 2:40 PM  Jean-Michel Campin (UCL/UL)
             Numerical effects of model internal variability 
             on biological tracers

 3:00 PM  Coffee Break

 3:30 PM  Anand Gnanadesikan  (PRINCE)    
             New production as a constraint on ocean circulation:
             A comparison between observational and model estimates

 3:50 PM  Andrew Yool (SOC) 
             Indirect effects of the biological pump on the oceanic uptake of
             anthropogenic CO2

 4:10 PM  Marie-France Weirig (AWI) 
             Modeling different CO2 scenarios with the AWI-model

 4:30 PM  Ian Totterdell (SOC)
              The effects of climate change on air-sea carbon fluxes

 4:50 PM  Kasper Plattner (PIUB)
              Recent global warming results obtained with the 2D Bern-model 
              using the new IPCC SRES emission scenarios

 5:10 PM  Jorge Sarmiento (PRINCE)
              Response of the ocean to global warming -- 
              a preliminary comparison of coupled model simulation results

 5:30 PM  Ken Caldeira (LLNL)
              Seven-minute video of four diret injection simulations at 1 x 1 
              degree resolution

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Thursday  6 July
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Thursday AM  -> Theme: Natural "Steady-State" Ocean
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 8:00 AM  - Breakfast (Provided by IGBP/GAIM)

 8:30 AM  - Physical Analysis (T, S, advection, etc)
            * Progress on analysis, needs, and plans  (Lindsay)
            * Discussion
 9:00 AM  - Equilibrium C-14
            * State of WOCE C-14 database (Key)
 9:15 AM    * Model-model and model-data comparison (Orr, 40 min)
 9:45 AM    * Discussion 

10:00 AM  - Coffee

10:15 AM  - Equilibrium CO2 (Biotic and Abiotic)
            * Air-sea fluxes and carbon transport (Monfray)
            * Discussion

11:00 AM  - Biogeochemistry
            * PO4, O2, and New Production (Louanchi and Najjar)
            * Discussion

Noon      - Lunch (Provided by IGBP/GAIM)

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Thursday PM  -> Theme: Perturbed Ocean
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 1:00 PM  - Changes in C-14 
            * WOCE-era Bomb vs. Natural C-14 (Key)
 1:15 PM    * Comparison: Suess effect, Bomb perturbation, and
                          WOCE-GEOSECS (Orr and Key)
 1:45 PM    * Discussion

 2:00 PM  - Changes in CO2 (Modern Perturbation, Future)
            * Model results and model-data comparison (Orr) 
 2:30 PM    * Towards validating data-based estimates (Gruber)
 2:45 PM    * Discussion

 3:00 PM  - Coffee break

 3:15 PM  - CFC's
            * State of WOCE CFC database (Bullister)
 3:30 PM    * 1st paper submitted; future comparison plans (Dutay) ?
 4:00 PM    * Discussion

 4:15 PM  - Multi-tracer comparison: C-14 vs. CO2 vs. CFC's (Gruber and Orr)

 5:00 PM  - Session ends

 6:00 PM  - Conference Dinner (at site to be determined; provided by IGBP/GAIM)

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Friday    7 July
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Friday AM -> Theme: The next step? (General Discussion)
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8:00 AM           Breakfast (Provided by IGBP/GAIM)
8:30 AM         - Some questions, amongst others, that should be addressed:
                  (1) Should OCMIP-2 be extended?
                  (2) If so, what analysis and sensitivity tests are of most 
                      interest
                  (3) After OCMIP-2, should we end cooperation?
                  (4) If not, what should we do and when?
                  (5) Should we be encouraging stronger links with ocean
                      transport modelers (WCRP/WOCE/CLIVAR) and ocean 
                      biologists and biogeochemists (other IGBP projects)?
                  (6) If so, how?
                  (7) What about links with other comparison projects
                      (e.g., TRANSCOM and CMIP)?

Noon      - Lunch (Provided by IGBP/GAIM)

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Friday PM  -> Theme:  Features and limitations of available software for 
                      model comparison; what do we need?
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1:00 PM   - GAP             (Brockmann)   
1:30 PM   - Ferret          (Hankin)      
2:00 PM   - Discussion            
2:30 PM   - (*)Coffee Break       
2:45 PM   - Technically oriented working group meets to develop outline 
            of needs and recommendations for analysis software improvements
5:00 PM   - Meeting adjourns        

* OCMIP Task Team breaks off on Friday at 2:45 PM for meeting that will
  extend through dinner           
*************************************************************************

Attendees
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Confirmed:
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Boening, Claus (U. Kiel)           cboening@ifm.uni-kiel.de
Brockmann, Patrick (IPSL)          brock@lsce.saclay.cea.fr
Bullister, John (PMEL)             johnb@pmel.noaa.gov
Campin, Jean-Michel (UCL)          campin@astr.ucl.ac.be
Caldeira, Ken (LLNL)               kenc@llnl.gov
Dutay, Jean-Claude (IPSL)          dutay@lsce.saclay.cea.fr
Follows, Mick (MIT)                mick@plume.mit.edu
Gao, Yongqi (NERSC)                yong@nrsc.no
Gnanadesikan, Anand (PRINCE)       gnana@splash.Princeton.EDU
Gruber, Niki (Princeton)           gruber@splash.Princeton.EDU
Guliderson, Tom (Harvard/LLNL)     guilderson@eps.harvard.edu
Hankin, Steve (PMEL)               hankin@pmel.noaa.gov
Jin, Xin (PSU)
Key, Robert    (Princeton)         key@princeton.edu
Lindsay, Keith (NCAR)              klindsay@cgd.ucar.edu
Louanchi, Ferial (PSU)             ferial@essc.psu.edu
Matear, Richard (CSIRO)            richard.matear@marine.csiro.au
Monfray, Patrick (IPSL)            monfray@cea.fr
Najjar, Ray (PSU)                  najjar@essc.psu.edu
Orr, James (IPSL)                  orr@cea.fr
Plattner, Kasper (PIUB)            plattner@climate.unibe.ch
Sarmiento, Jorge (Princeton)       jls@Princeton.edu
Slater, Rick (Princeton)           rdslater@splash.Princeton.EDU
Smith, S. Lan (FRSGC)
Spall, Steve (Hadley)              saspall@meto.gov.uk
Toggweiler, Robbie (GFDL)          jrt@gfdl.gov
Totterdell, Ian (SOC)              Ian.J.Totterdell@soc.soton.ac.uk
Weirig, Marie-France (AWI)         mweirig@AWI-Bremerhaven.de
Yamanaka, Yasuhiro (FRSGC/HU)      galapen@ees.hokudai.ac.jp
Yool, Andrew (SOC)                 Andrew.Yool@soc.soton.ac.uk


Still UNconfirmed:
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Marshal, John (MIT) ?

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   James Orr                      
   Laboratoire des Sciences du Climat et de l'Environnement
   Unite Mixte de Recherche CEA-CNRS

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