Oceandatalab will be part of a three days workshop on science and applications of remotely-sensed ocean surface winds, that is focused on high or extreme wind speeds. The workshop will be held at the Met Office headquarters in the cathedral city of Exeter.

For registration and abstract submission please visit:

Deadline for Abstract Submission: 30 June 2016

Contact : smosstorm2016@metoffice.gov.uk

Suggested topics include:

  • Status of monitoring ocean-surface winds from space: current and future instruments
  • Methods and models for retrieving high winds from satellite observing systems
  • Ocean surface wind products, synergies, and validation of high wind speeds
  • Applications for ocean-atmosphere interactions
  • Applications for numerical weather prediction (NWP)
  • Applications for tropical cyclone and extra-tropical storm forecasting
  • Climate applications

Visit the Smos Storm Website : www.smosstorm.org
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