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DAY 1



CLEO Workshop Day 1 – 6 September 2016

08:50

00:15

Welcome (Yves-Louis Desnos, ESA)

09:05

00:10

Background and Workshop Objectives (Shubha Sathyendranath, PML, UK)

09:15

00:10

Logistics (ESA)

 

 

Introductory Plenary Session
Chairs: Yves-Louis Desnos, Peter Regner

09:25

00:25

·      Invited: Ocean Colour: Our window into the pelagic biota and biogeochemistry at synoptic scales (Shubha Sathyendranath and Trevor Platt, PML, UK)

09:50

00:25

 

·      Invited: Ocean Colour user needs: A diversity of applications and water types 
 (Stewart Bernard, CSIR, South Africa)

10:15

 

00:25

·      Invited: S-3 overall mission status and the OLCI instrument status           
 (Susanne Mecklenburg and Philippe Goryl, ESA)

10:40

00:25

·      Invited: Ocean colour services and product development at EUMETSAT  (Hans Bonekamp, EUMETSAT)

 

 

Plenary Session 1: Ocean-Colour Applications for Climate Studies
Chairs: Stefano Ciavatta, Rosalia Santoleri

11:25

00:25

·      Invited: NASA’s multimission ocean color data record (Bryan Franz, NASA, USA)

11:50

00:25

·      Invited: Towards a 4-dimensional ocean-color field for ocean biogeochemistry and climate studies (Meike Vogt, ETH, Switzerland)

12:15

00:15

·      Impact of El Niño variability on oceanic phytoplankton (Marie-Fanny Racault, PML, UK)

12:30

00:15

·      Reconstruction of the 3-D structure of chlorophyll field from satellite surface observations (Michela Sammartino, CNR-ISAC, Italy)

12:45

00:15

·      Phytoplankton Carbon: assessing uncertainties in algorithms and In-situ observations to guide future research (Victor Martinez-Vicente, PML, UK)

13:00

00:15

·      Discussion

 

 

Plenary Session 2: Light Field in the Ocean: Primary Production and Ocean Dynamics  
Chairs: Didier Ramon, Thomas Jackson

14:30

00:25

·      Invited: Satellite-derived solar radiation products for ocean biogeochemistry and physics 
 (Robert Frouin, SIO, USA)

14:55

00:25

·      Invited: The use of solar radiation products in understanding the structure, function and dynamics of marine ecosystems (Heather Bouman, Oxford University, UK)

15:20

00:15

·         Bio-optical properties of the Black Sea waters: Application for development of spectral models of down-welling radiance and primary production based on satellite information (Tanya Churilova, A.O.Kovalevsky's Institute of Marine Biological Research, Sevastopol)

15:35

00:15

·      Significance of Colour inside the water column (Trevor Platt, PML, UK)

15:50

00:15

·      Variability in the Chlorophyll to Carbon ratio on a global basis: contrasting in situ and satellite data with models (Eva Alvarez, AWI, Germany)

16:05

00:15

·      Analytical reconstruction of sub-surface backscattering signals using satellite and BioArgo data (Benjamin Loveday, PML, UK)

16:20

00:10

·      Discussion

16:30

 

 End of Day 1
















DAY 2

CLEO Workshop Day 2 – 7 September 2016

 

 

Plenary Session 3: Turbid Waters and Highly Absorbing Waters
Chairs: Carsten Brockmann, David Doxaran

09:00

00:25

•      Invited: Ocean colour algorithms for extremely turbid and extremely absorbing waters (Kevin Ruddick, MUMM, Belgium)

09:25

00:25

•      Invited: Requirements for ocean colour observations and products in turbid and highly absorbing waters (Mark Dowell, JRC)

09:50

00:15

•       Enhancing moderate-resolution ocean color products for consistent global monitoring of coastal/inland waters (Nima Pahlevan, NASA GSFC, USA)

10:05

00:15

•      Atmospheric correction for satellite imagery over extremely turbid waters based on genetic algorithm (Yanqun Pan, State Key Laboratory of Estuary and Coastal Research, China)

10:20

00:15

•      Using Sentinel-2 and field radiometry in remote sensing of extreme CDOM lakes (Tiit Kutser, Tartu Univ., Estonia)

10:35

00:15

•        Remote sensing of chlorophyll-a concentration in extremely turbid shellfish ecosystems: from bio-optical algorithms to aquaculture applications (Pierre Gernez, Université de Nantes, France)

11:15

00:25

Plenary Session 4: Phytoplankton Diversity at Global and Regional Scale
Chairs: Mati Kahru, Vanda Brotas

•      Invited: Retrieving phytoplankton diversity from ocean color observations: Review of past work and possible paths for the future (Julia Uitz, LOV, France)

11:40

00:25

•      Invited: Modelling diverse phytoplankton communities (Stephanie Dutkiewicz, MIT, USA)

12:05

00:15

 

•       Towards improved spatial resolution of hyper-spectral phytoplankton Functional Type Products (Julia Oelker, Univ. Bremen, Germany)

12:20

 

00:15

 

•       Measurements of pigment composition in the Mediterranean Sea, a contribution to the Sentinel-3 Cal/Val activities (Florinda Artuso, ENEA C.R., Italy)

12:35

00:15

•        Synergistic exploitation of hyper- and multispectral Sentinel-measurements to determine Phytoplankton Functional Types at best spatial and temporal resolution (SynSenPFT) (Astrid Bracher, AWI, Germany)

12:50

00:15

•        Specialized Empirical Algorithms for the Identification of Phytoplankton Functional Types and Size Classes in the Mediterranean Sea (Annalisa Di Cicco, CNR, Italy)

13:05

00:10

•       Breakout Organisation

14:30

 02:00

 

Discussion Session 1 (Plenary 1)

Ocean colour applications for climate studies

Co-Chairs:
- S. Sathyendranath (PML),
- M. Vichi (UCT)

Discussion Session 2(Plenary 2)

Light field in the Ocean

 Co-Chairs:
- D. Ramon (HYGEOS),
- E. Boss (Univ. of Maine)

Discussion Session 3(Plenary 3)

Turbid waters and highly absorbing waters

Co-Chairs:
- C. Brockmann (BC),
- D. Doxaran (LOV)

16:30

 

 End of Day 2 


DAY 3

CLEO Workshop Day 3 – 8 September 2016

 

 

Plenary Session 5: Carbon Pools and Fluxes in the Ocean
Chairs: Anna Hickman, Tihomir Kostadinov

09:00

00:25

•       Invited: An overview of approaches for estimating particulate and dissolved carbon pools in the ocean from optical remote-sensing measurements (Dariusz Stramski, SIO, USA)

09:25

00:25

•       Invited: A modeling perspective on integrating satellite ocean color to derive carbon pools in the oceans (Cecile Rousseaux, NASA, USA)

09:50

00:15

•        Dissolved organic matter distribution in the surface layer of the Mediterranean Sea  (Chiara Santinelli, CNR-IBF, Italy)

10:05

00:15

•       Episodicity in phytoplankton dynamics in a coastal region (Bror F Jönsson, Princeton University, USA)

10:20

00:15

•        Pools of Carbon in the Oceans (POCO): validation and comparison of algorithms for deriving particulate organic carbon concentrations from ocean colour data (Hayley Louise Evers-King, PML, UK)

10:35

00:15

•        Shining a light on C:Chl ratios in phytoplankton: An improved mechanistic model of photo-acclimation in phytoplankton (Thomas Jackson, PML, UK)

10:50

00:10

•       Breakout Organisation

11:20

 

01:55

 

Discussion Session 4(Plenary 4)

Phytoplankton diversity

Co-Chairs:
- A. Bracher (AWI),
- T. Hirata (Hokkaido Univ.)

Discussion Session 5(Plenary 5)

Carbon pools and fluxes in the ocean

Co-Chairs:
- T. Platt (PML),
- H. Loisel (Univ. Littoral Côte d'Opale)

 

 

Concluding Session
Chairs: Shubha Sathyendranath, Carsten Brockmann

14:15

00:10

Reporting back from Discussion Session 1

14:25

00:10

Reporting back from Discussion Session 2

14:35

00:10

Reporting back from Discussion Session 3

14:45

00:10

Reporting back from Discussion Session 4

14:55

00:10

Reporting back from Discussion Session 5

15:05

00:15

Panel Discussion on a Roadmap and Closure

15:20

 

End of Workshop

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