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89 <p class="headergray">JPL GROUP MEETING POSTERS</p>
90 <p> Displayed here are our posters at various meetings. </p>
91 <p> 2002: <a href="http://ecco.jpl.nasa.gov/external/posters.html#woce_2k2">WOCE</a> | <a href="#jason1_2k2a">Jason-1 (a)</a> | <a href="#igarss_2k2">IGARSS</a> | <a href="#godae_2k2">GODAE</a> | <a href="#jason1_2k2b">Jason-1 (b)</a> <br />
92 2001: <a href="#agu_2k1">AGU 2001</a> | <a href="#jason1_2k1">Jason-1</a> | <a href="#woce_2k1">WOCE/JGOFS</a> | <a href="#nasa_2k1">NASA OSC</a> <br />
93 2000: <a href="#tj_2k">TOPEX-JASON 2000</a> <br />
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95 <p> Please click on each image for larger plot in ps or pdf format. </p>
96 <table border="0" cellpadding="5" cellspacing="0" class="border">
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99 <td colspan="3" bgcolor="#F1F4F8"><a name="woce_2k2">WOCE 2002<img src="images/spacer.gif" width="10" height="10" /></a></td>
100 </tr>
101 <tr>
102 <td colspan="3"></td>
103 </tr>
104 <!-- one poster -->
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106 <td width="318" valign="top"> Seasonal-to-Interannual Variability of the Ocean During WOCE, Estimated by the ECCO Routine Global Ocean Data Assimilation System <br />
107 WOCE and Beyond<br />
108 San Antonio, Texas<br />
109 November 18-22, 2002<br />
110 <br />
111 Overview of ECCO near real-time data assimilation system and examples of its applications. The system consists of a hierarchy of assimilation methods that assimilate satellite sea surface height and in situ temperature profiles. Anayses are sensible and provide a means to study ocean circulation. Results are also used in geodetic studies. </td>
112 <td width="211"><table border="0" align="right" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" class="img">
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114 <td width="147" height="106" align="center"><div align="center"><a href="pdfs/woce_posters/woce_ecco2.pdf" target="_blank"><img src="pdfs/pdf_images/woce_ecco2.jpg" width="166" height="128" border="0" class="img" /></a></div></td>
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119 <tr>
120 <td colspan="3" bgcolor="#F3F2ED">&nbsp;
121 <!-- rm'ed <HR WIDTH=100% SIZE=1 noshade> -->
122 <img src="images/spacer.gif" width="10" height="10" /></td>
123 </tr>
124 <!-- one poster -->
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126 <td valign="top"> An Open-Circuit and a Short-Circuit in the Pacific Ocean Subtropical-Tropical Exchange <br />
127 WOCE and Beyond<br />
128 San Antonio, Texas<br />
129 November 18-22, 2002<br />
130 <br />
131 Pathway of subtropical-tropical exchange in the Pacific Ocean is analyzed using a simulated passive tracer and its adjoint. Intra-seasonal variability short-circuits the meridional exchange. Contrary to the so-called "Subtropical Cell", the pathway of the exchange is an open circuit and does not close. </td>
132 <td><table border="0" align="right" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" class="img">
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134 <td width="147" height="106" align="center"><div align="center"><a href="pdfs/woce_posters/woce_tracer_new.pdf" target="_blank"><img src="pdfs/pdf_images/woce_tracer_new.jpg" width="166" height="128" border="0" class="img" /></a></div></td>
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136 </table></td>
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139 <tr>
140 <td colspan="3" bgcolor="#F3F2ED">&nbsp;
141 <!-- rm'ed <HR WIDTH=100% SIZE=1 noshade> -->
142 <img src="images/spacer.gif" width="10" height="10" /></td>
143 </tr>
144 <!-- one poster -->
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146 <td valign="top"> Interannual variation of mixed-layer heat balance: contrasting different climate phenomena and the roles of linear vs. nonlinear effects <br />
147 WOCE and Beyond<br />
148 San Antonio, Texas<br />
149 November 18-22, 2002<br />
150 <br />
151 Interannual variation of mixed-layer heat budget associated with the climate events of El Nino, IOD, and PDO phase switch during the period of 1997-2000 are examined using ECCO assimilation product. Similarity and difference in interannual mixed-layer heat balance for these events are discussed. The role of nonlinear vs. linear advective tendencies are addressed. </td>
152 <td><table border="0" align="right" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" class="img">
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154 <td width="147" height="106" align="center"><div align="center"><a href="pdfs/woce_posters/MLheat.pdf" target="_blank"><img src="pdfs/pdf_images/MLheat.jpg" width="166" height="128" border="0" class="img" /></a></div></td>
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156 </table></td>
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162 <tr>
163 <td colspan="3" bgcolor="#F3F2ED"><img src="images/spacer.gif" width="10" height="10" /></td>
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166 <td colspan="3" bgcolor="#F1F4F8"><a name="jason1_2k2a">Jason-1 2002</a></td>
167 </tr>
168 <tr>
169 <td colspan="3"></td>
170 </tr>
171 <!-- one poster -->
172 <tr>
173 <td valign="top"> Interannual Variation of Mixed-Layer Heat Balance <br />
174 Jason-1 Science Working Team Meeting<br />
175 New Orleans, Louisiana<br />
176 October 21-23, 2002<br />
177 <br />
178 The mixed-layer heat balance in key regions associated with events of El Nino, Indian Ocean Dipole, and the Pacific Decadal Oscillation are analyzed. Advection plays a similar role in the study regions. Differences in surface heat flux and diffusion is noted. Nonlinear advective tendencies are particularly important in El Nino. </td>
179 <td><table border="0" align="right" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" class="img">
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181 <td width="147" height="106" align="center"><div align="center"><a href="pdfs/jpl_posters/jason_021021.pdf" target="_blank"><img src="pdfs/pdf_images/jason_021021.jpg" width="166" height="128" border="0" class="img" /></a></div></td>
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183 </table></td>
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190 <td colspan="3" bgcolor="#F3F2ED"><img src="images/spacer.gif" width="10" height="10" /></td>
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193 <td colspan="3" bgcolor="#F1F4F8"><a name="igarss_2k2">IGARSS 2002</a></td>
194 </tr>
195 <tr>
196 <td colspan="3"></td>
197 </tr>
198 <!-- one poster -->
199 <tr>
200 <td valign="top"> Mapping and Pseudo-Inverse Algorithms for Data Assimilation <br />
201 International Geoscience &amp; Remote Sensing Symposium<br />
202 Toronto, Canada<br />
203 June 24-28, 2002<br />
204 <br />
205 Summary: Reduced-state Kalman filters require interpolation operators from the reduced state to the fine grid and pseudo-inverse operators that map the fine grid back to the reduced state. This poster investigates a variety of approaches to computing the pseudoinverse and evaluates the mapping performance of eleven interpolation kernels. </td>
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208 <td width="147" height="106" align="center"><div align="center"><a href="pdfs/jpl_posters/tmp.pdf" target="_blank"><img src="pdfs/pdf_images/tmp.jpg" width="166" height="215" border="0" class="img" /></a></div></td>
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210 </table></td>
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217 <td colspan="3" bgcolor="#F3F2ED"><img src="images/spacer.gif" width="10" height="10" /></td>
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219 <tr>
220 <td colspan="3" bgcolor="#F1F4F8"><a name="godae_2k2">GODAE 2002</a></td>
221 </tr>
222 <tr>
223 <td colspan="3"></td>
224 </tr>
225 <!-- one poster -->
226 <tr>
227 <td valign="top"> A Prototype GODAE Routine Global Ocean Data Assimilation System: ECCO-2 <br />
228 International Symposium "En Route to GODAE"<br />
229 Biarritz, France<br />
230 June 13-15, 2002<br />
231 <br />
232 Summary: An overview of ECCO-2, a prototype routine global ocean data assimilation system of ECCO. The modeling and assimilation system are introduced and some of their applications are described. </td>
233 <td><table border="0" align="right" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" class="img">
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235 <td width="147" height="106" align="center"><div align="center"><a href="pdfs/jpl_posters/ecco2.pdf" target="_blank"><img src="pdfs/pdf_images/ecco2.jpg" width="166" height="117" border="0" class="img" /></a></div></td>
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237 </table></td>
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241 <td colspan="3" bgcolor="#F3F2ED">&nbsp;
242 <!-- rm'ed <HR WIDTH=100% SIZE=1 noshade> -->
243 <img src="images/spacer.gif" width="10" height="10" /></td>
244 </tr>
245 <!-- one poster -->
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247 <td valign="top"> Physical Consistency of Data Assimilated Estimates and the ECCO Hierarchical Assimilation Method <br />
248 International Symposium "En Route to GODAE"<br />
249 Biarritz, France<br />
250 June 13-15, 2002<br />
251 <br />
252 Summary: Temporal evolution of data assimilated solutions are physically inconsistent (e.g., non-closed energy budgets) when corresponding model errors are not determined. The nature of the inconsistency is described and its solution discussed. </td>
253 <td><table border="0" align="right" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" class="img">
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255 <td width="147" height="106" align="center"><div align="center"><a href="pdfs/jpl_posters/consistency.pdf" target="_blank"><img src="pdfs/pdf_images/consistency.jpg" width="166" height="117" border="0" class="img" /></a></div></td>
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261 <td colspan="3" bgcolor="#F3F2ED">&nbsp;
262 <!-- rm'ed <HR WIDTH=100% SIZE=1 noshade> -->
263 <img src="images/spacer.gif" width="10" height="10" /></td>
264 </tr>
265 <!-- one poster -->
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267 <td valign="top"> Upper-ocean heat budget inferred from ECCO-2 ocean data assimilation <br />
268 International Symposium "En Route to GODAE"<br />
269 Biarritz, France<br />
270 June 13-15, 2002<br />
271 <br />
272 Summary: The ECCO-2 ocean data assimilation product is used to examine anomalous heat budget of the mixed layer in several areas associated with different climate variations (ENSO, Indian-Ocean Dipole, and PDO). Similarities and differences in heat budgets for the different climate variations are highlighted. </td>
273 <td><table border="0" align="right" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" class="img">
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275 <td width="147" height="106" align="center"><div align="center"><a href="pdfs/jpl_posters/GODAE-02.pdf" target="_blank"><img src="pdfs/pdf_images/GODAE-02.jpg" width="166" height="128" border="0" class="img" /></a></div></td>
276 </tr>
277 </table></td>
278 <td></td>
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280 <tr>
281 <td colspan="3" bgcolor="#F3F2ED">&nbsp;
282 <!-- rm'ed <HR WIDTH=100% SIZE=1 noshade> -->
283 <img src="images/spacer.gif" width="10" height="10" /></td>
284 </tr>
285 <!-- one poster -->
286 <tr>
287 <td valign="top"> Callibrating the ECCO Ocean General Circulation Model Using Green's Functions <br />
288 International Symposium "En Route to GODAE"<br />
289 Biarritz, France<br />
290 June 13-15, 2002<br />
291 <br />
292 Summary: Green's functions provide a simple, yet effective, method to test and calibrate General-Circulation-Model (GCM) parameterizations, to study and quantify model and data errors, to correct model biases and trends, and to blend estimates from different solutions and data products. </td>
293 <td><table border="0" align="right" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" class="img">
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295 <td width="147" height="106" align="center"><div align="center"><a href="pdfs/jpl_posters/poster.pdf" target="_blank"><img src="pdfs/pdf_images/poster.jpg" width="166" height="128" border="0" class="img" /></a></div></td>
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297 </table></td>
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302 </tr>
303 <tr>
304 <td colspan="3" bgcolor="#F3F2ED"><img src="images/spacer.gif" width="10" height="10" /></td>
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306 <tr>
307 <td colspan="3" bgcolor="#F1F4F8"><a name="jason1_2k2b">Jason-1 2002</a></td>
308 </tr>
309 <tr>
310 <td colspan="3"></td>
311 </tr>
312 <!-- one poster -->
313 <tr>
314 <td valign="top"> The Origin and Pathway of Nino3 Water Estimated Using Products of the ECCO Data Assimilation System <br />
315 Jason-1 Science Working Team Meeting<br />
316 Biarritz, France<br />
317 June 10-12, 2002<br />
318 <br />
319 Summary: The origin and pathway of water occupying the surface layer of the eastern Equatorial Pacific ("Nino3") are investigated using passive tracers and their adjoint based on circulation estimates of the ECCO Data Assimilation System ("ECCO-2"). </td>
320 <td><table border="0" align="right" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" class="img">
321 <tr>
322 <td width="147" height="106" align="center"><div align="center"><a href="pdfs/jpl_posters/tracer.pdf" target="_blank"><img src="pdfs/pdf_images/tracer.jpg" width="166" height="117" border="0" class="img" /></a></div></td>
323 </tr>
324 </table></td>
325 <td></td>
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327 <tr>
328 <td colspan="3" bgcolor="#F3F2ED">&nbsp;
329 <!-- rm'ed <HR WIDTH=100% SIZE=1 noshade> -->
330 <img src="images/spacer.gif" width="10" height="10" /></td>
331 </tr>
332 <!-- one poster -->
333 <tr>
334 <td valign="top"> Interannual-to-decadal variation in tropical-subtropical mass exchange in the Pacific Ocean boundary vs interior pathways <br />
335 Jason-1 Science Working Team Meeting<br />
336 Biarritz, France<br />
337 June 10-12, 2002<br />
338 <br />
339 Summary: Interannual-to-decadal variation of tropical-subtropical mass exchange in the Pacific Ocean is investigated using sea level data, model simulation and assimilation. Anomaly of boundary pycnocline transport is found to be anti-correlated to and smaller in magnitude than that of the interior, which are different from the time-mean exchange. Forcing mechanisms are proposed to explain the variations. </td>
340 <td><table border="0" align="right" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" class="img">
341 <tr>
342 <td width="147" height="106" align="center"><div align="center"><a href="pdfs/jpl_posters/JASON-02.pdf" target="_blank"><img src="pdfs/pdf_images/JASON-02.jpg" width="166" height="128" border="0" class="img" /></a></div></td>
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344 </table></td>
345 <td></td>
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350 <tr>
351 <td colspan="3" bgcolor="#F3F2ED"><img src="images/spacer.gif" width="10" height="10" /></td>
352 </tr>
353 <tr>
354 <td colspan="3" bgcolor="#F1F4F8"><a name="agu_2k1">AGU 2001</a></td>
355 </tr>
356 <tr>
357 <td colspan="3"></td>
358 </tr>
359 <!-- one poster -->
360 <tr>
361 <td valign="top"> Application of an Ocean Model and its Adjoint for Global Data Assimilation and Sensitivity Analysis <br />
362 AGU 2001 Fall Meeting<br />
363 San Francisco, California<br />
364 10-14 December 2001<br /> </td>
365 <td><table border="0" align="right" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" class="img">
366 <tr>
367 <td width="147" height="106" align="center"><div align="center"><a href="http://ecco.jpl.nasa.gov/external/posters/agufall2002.ps" target="_blank"><img src="pdfs/pdf_images/agufall2002.jpg" width="166" height="127" border="0" class="img" /></a></div></td>
368 </tr>
369 </table></td>
370 <td></td>
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372 <tr>
373 <td colspan="3"></td>
374 </tr>
375 <tr>
376 <td colspan="3" bgcolor="#F3F2ED"><img src="images/spacer.gif" width="10" height="10" /></td>
377 </tr>
378 <tr>
379 <td colspan="3" bgcolor="#F1F4F8"><a name="jason1_2k1">Jason-1 2001</a></td>
380 </tr>
381 <tr>
382 <td colspan="3"></td>
383 </tr>
384 <!-- one poster -->
385 <tr>
386 <td valign="top"> The Three-Dimensional Circulation of the Ocean <br />
387 Jason-1 Science Working Team Meeting<br />
388 Solvang, California<br />
389 6 December 2001<br />
390 <br />
391 Summary: The poster is an introduction to our project and describes what data assimilation is about and what its applications are. Satellites provide the most extensive observation of the ocean but are limited to measuring properties of the sea surface. Data assimilation combines these observations with models and thereby extrapolates the measurements into complete descriptions of the ocean. Deep circulation is revealed and processes underlying observed changes are identified. Data assimilation helps improve our understanding of ocean circulation. These advancements also help improve understandings of biogeochemical cycles and changes in earth rotation. </td>
392 <td><table border="0" align="right" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" class="img">
393 <tr>
394 <td width="147" height="106" align="center"><div align="center"><a href="http://ecco.jpl.nasa.gov/external/posters/jason_011206.ps" target="_blank"><img src="pdfs/pdf_images/jason_011206.jpg" width="166" height="127" border="0" class="img" /></a></div></td>
395 </tr>
396 </table></td>
397 <td></td>
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399 <tr>
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401 </tr>
402 <tr>
403 <td colspan="3" bgcolor="#F3F2ED"><img src="images/spacer.gif" width="10" height="10" /></td>
404 </tr>
405 <tr>
406 <td colspan="3" bgcolor="#F1F4F8"><a name="woce_2k1">WOCE/JGOFS 2001</a></td>
407 </tr>
408 <tr>
409 <td colspan="3"></td>
410 </tr>
411 <!-- one poster -->
412 <tr>
413 <td valign="top"> Pacific and Indian Ocean Circulation During 1993-2000: Assimilation of TOPEX/Poseidon Data into a Near Global OGCM <br />
414 WOCE/JGOFS Transport Workshop<br />
415 Southampton, UK<br />
416 25-29 June 2001<br /> </td>
417 <td><table border="0" align="right" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" class="img">
418 <tr>
419 <td width="147" height="106" align="center"><div align="center"><a href="http://ecco.jpl.nasa.gov/external/posters/woce_southampton_2001.ps" target="_blank"><img src="pdfs/pdf_images/woce_southampton_2001.jpg" width="166" height="127" border="0" class="img" /></a></div></td>
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438 <td valign="top"> Toward Operational Ocean State Estimation <br />
439 NASA Oceanography Scientific Conference<br />
440 Oceanology International Americas<br />
441 Miami Beach, Florida<br />
442 April 3-5, 2001<br /> </td>
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457 <td valign="top"> Tropical Pacific and Indian Ocean Heat Balance Inferred by Assimilation TOPEX Dat into a Near-global OGCM <br />
458 NASA Oceanography Scientific Conference<br />
459 Oceanology International Americas<br />
460 Miami Beach, Florida<br />
461 April 3-5, 2001<br /> </td>
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464 <td width="147" height="106" align="center"><div align="center"><a href="http://ecco.jpl.nasa.gov/external/posters/poster_nasa_miami1.ps" target="_blank"><img src="pdfs/pdf_images/poster_nasa_miami1.jpg" width="166" height="128" border="0" class="img" /></a></div></td>
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474 <td colspan="2" valign="top" bgcolor="#F1F4F8"><a name="tj_2k">TOPEX-JASON 2000</a></td>
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478 <td valign="top">Interannual Variability of the Indonesian Throughflow Transport Estimated from Wind Stress and Adjoint Sensitivity <br />
479 TOPEX-JASON SWT meeting<br />
480 Miami Beach, Florida<br />
481 2000</td>
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