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第二届厦门海洋动力学春季讲习班日程
发布日期:2019-5-7      浏览次数:351

The Second Xiamen Spring School on Ocean Dynamics (XMOD II)
May 6-10, 2019

由近海海洋环境科学国家重点实验室与海洋与地球学院物理海洋学系共同主办的第二届厦门海洋动力学春季讲习班2019年5月6日-10日在周隆泉楼A3-206举行。

The Xiamen Spring School on Ocean Dynamics (XMOD) aims at introducing fundamental ocean dynamics, from the basics to the research frontiers, to graduate students and early-career scientists. The topics cover a wide range of oceanic phenomena and processes. It has a specific theme for every course. For each course, prestigious scientists who have made seminal contributions to the theme-related field are invited to deliver principal lectures. The school, held over one to two weeks, will consist of:

  • Principal Lectures: introducing theme-related basics and research frontiers given by the principal lecturers. The lectures will be given in English.

  • Contributing Talks: covering broader materials presented by guest lecturers and school participants. The talks will be in either English or Chinese.

The first XMODmod (XMOD I), with the theme of Ocean Dynamics at Meso- and Submeso- Scales, was held on March 12–17, 2018 at the State Key Laboratory of Marine Environmental Science (MEL) of Xiamen University. The two principal lecturers for in XMOD I were Dr. Bo Qiu (University of Hawaii at Manoa) and Dr. Patrice Klein (Ifremer / CalTtech).

The second XMODmod (XMOD II) will be held on May 6-10, 2019. The theme of XMOD II is Upper Ocean Dynamics. The two principal lectures are:

Dr. Baylor Fox-Kemper
Brown University
Expertise: Ocean modeling, submesoscale dynamics, Langmuir turbulence

Dr. William D. Smyth
Oregon State University
Expertise: Turbulence theory and modeling, small-scale ocean physics

Coordinators:

  • Zhiyu Liu (Co-chair, Xiamen University)

  • Rui Xin Huang (Co-chair, Woods Hole Oceanographic   Institution)

  • Bo Qiu (University of Hawaiiat Manoa)

  • Jianping Gan (Hong Kong University of Science and   Technology)

  • Minhan Dai (Xiamen University)

Agenda
May 6-10, 2019
Lecture Hall A3-206, Zhou Long Quan Building

Time

Talk Title

Speaker

Sunday May 5, 2019

1500-1800

On-site registration

Lobby, Zhou Long Quan Building

Ying Huang

Vera Shi

Monday May 6, 2019

0850-0900

Opening

Zhiyu Liu

0900-1100

Bill Lecture 1: Classical turbulence: energy cascades, self-similarity

William D. Smyth

1115-1215

Classical view of wind-driven circulation in the subtropical gyre

Rui Xin Huang

1215-1430

Lunch break

1430-1615

Baylor Lecture 1: Part 1 - Classical oceanography

Baylor Lecture 2: Part 2 - Geophysical Basin Scales

Baylor

Fox-Kemper

1630-1730

 

 

Tuesday May 7, 2019

0900-1100

Bill Lectures 2: Ocean turbulence: length scales, instabilities

William D. Smyth

1115-1215

Potential spicity and its application.

Rui Xin Huang

1215-1430

Lunch break

1430-1615

Baylor Lectures 3-4: Part 2 - Geophysical Basin Scales

Baylor

Fox-Kemper

1630-1730

On the mechanisms of turbulent mixing generations in the northwestern Pacific upper ocean

Zhiwei Zhang

Wednesday May 8, 2019

0900-1100

Bill Lecture 3: Ocean turbulence: energetics, measurements, marginal instability

William D. Smyth

1115-1215

Upper ocean vertical circulation

Bo Qiu

1215-1430

Lunch break

1430-1615

Baylor Lectures 5-6: Part 3 - Mesoscale, Submesoscale, and Beyond

Baylor

Fox-Kemper

Thursday May 9, 2019

0900-1100

Bill Lectures 4: Upper ocean mixing: Air-sea exchanges, mixed layers, models

William D. Smyth

1115-1215

Balanced vs. unbalanced variability in upper ocean

Bo Qiu

1215-1430

Lunch break

1430-1615

Baylor Lectures 7-8: Part 3 - Mesoscale, Submesoscale, and Beyond

Baylor

Fox-Kemper

Friday May 10, 2019

0900-1100

Bill Lecture 5: Equatorial mixing, (time permitting) fractal geometry of Gulangyu Island

William D. Smyth

1115-1215

The role of surface waves in climate system

Zhenya Song

1215-1430

Lunch break

1430-1615

Baylor Lecture 9: Part 3 - Mesoscale, Submesoscale, and Beyond

Baylor Lecture 10: Part 4 - Parameterization Comparison & Effects

Baylor

Fox-Kemper

1630-1715

Summary and discussion

Zhiyu Liu and all lecturers