Applied Coastal and Ocean Observations

Applied Coastal and Ocean Observations

26 Feb 2019, 09:45 - 11:15

Room 33BC
Language:
English

This session will focus on observations from deep water up to the coast, with case studies from the Gulf of Mexico to the United Kingdom and will include such as industry/academic/government research collaboration, overviews of long term multi-platform and modelling programs in the oil and gas industry, the role of ocean observations in supporting safe and efficient operation in offshore renewables and the estimation of storm surge on coastal communities.  

Chaired by:

  • Carl Gouldman, Director, U.S IOOS Office 

Four years of Metocean Support to the Shell Stones Field: From Asset Integrity to Collaborative Research
Marcus Ogle, Project Oceanographer, Fugro

Reducing the cost of construction, operations & maintenance with real-time sea state data
PS Reilly, President & CEO, AXYS Technologies

Loop Current and Eddies in Gulf of Mexico: Impacts, Observations, and Forecasts
Pak Leung, Metocean Specialist, Shell Oil

Numerical estimates that refine flood hazard warning systems
Dr. Lisa Eastwood, Marine Data Consultant, National Oceanography Centre


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Contributors

  • Carl Gouldman

    Chairperson

    Director

    U.S. Integrated Ocean Observing System

    Carl Gouldman took the helm as Director of the U.S. Integrated Ocean Observing System (IOOS®) Program in February 2017. Prior to becoming the...

  • PS Reilly

    Speaker

    President & CEO

    AXYS Technologies

    PS Reilly is CEO & President of AXYS Technologies, a multinational with >40 years’ experience in design, manufacture and deployment of remote...

  • Marcus Ogle

    Speaker

    Project Oceanographer

    Fugro

    I received a B.Sc. in Meteorology from Texas A&M University in 2009, and a M.Sc. in Oceanography from Texas A&M University in 2012. Since completing...

  • Lisa Eastwood

    Speaker

    Project Coordinator and Data Consultant

    National Oceanographic Centre

    With a background in Mathematics, Lisa has worked at the National Oceanography Centre, UK, for over 28 years. Lisa has a wide range of experience...

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