Measuring Performances, Skill and Accuracy in Operational Oceanography: New Challenges and Approaches.
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Garcia- Hermosa, Isabel
Schuckmann, Karina von
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Operational oceanography is now established in many countries, focusing on global, regional, or coastal areas, and targeting different aspects of the « blue », « white » or « green » ocean processes in order to provide reliable information to users. There are nowadays a large variety of interests and users, with different disciplines and levels of expertise. Validation and verification of operational products and systems are evolving in order to anticipate user’s needs, and better quantify the level of confidence on all these variety of ocean products. Operational oceanography evaluation development is in front of key issues: Ocean models are reaching the submesoscale description, which is currently not adequately observed; many products are available now for a given ocean variable, and often discrepancies are larger than similarities; real time forecasting systems are also challenged by reanalyses or reprocessed time series; operational systems are getting more complex, with .....
Title of BookNew Frontiers in Operational Oceanography.
Editor(s) of BookChassignet, E.
Sustainable Development Goals (SDG)14
Best Practice TypeManual (incl. handbook, guide, cookbook etc)
CitationHernandez, F., et al, (2018) Measuring performances, skill and accuracy in operational oceanography: New challenges and approaches. In: New Frontiers in Operational Oceanography, Chassignet, E., Pascual, A., Tintoré, J. and J. Verron, eds). GODAE OceanView, pp.759-796, DOI: 10.17125/gov2018.ch29.
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