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Assessesment of the impact of ARGO in ocean models and satellite validation from E-AIMS project

AuthorsLe Traon, Pierre-Yves; Remy, E.; Ballabrera-Poy, Joaquim
Issue DateMay-2015
PublisherMercator Ocean
CitationMercator Ocean Quarterly Newsletter 52: 11-15 (2015)
AbstractThe main objective of the E-AIMS (Euro-Argo improvements for the GMES/Copernicus Marine Service) FP7 project is to conduct R&D activities on Argo float technology, Argo data centers and the design of the new phase of Argo (improved coverage, deep ocean, biogeochemical sensors, polar regions) to better answer existing and future needs of the Copernicus Marine Service. Observing System Evaluations and Observing System Simulation Experiments have been, in particular, conducted to quantify the contribution of Argo to constrain global and regional monitoring and forecasting centers and validate satellite observations. Recommendations for the new phase of Argo are also elaborated. A summary of these results is provided here
DescriptionSpecial Issue jointly coordinated by Mercator Ocean and Coriolis focusing on Ocean Observations.-- 5 pages, 5 figures
Publisher version (URL)http://mercator-ocean.fr/fre/actualites-agenda/newsletter/newsletter-Newsletter-52-Special-Issue-jointly-coordinated-by-Mercator-Ocean-and-Coriolis-focusing-on-Ocean-Observations
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