Waves and Currents
Monday, 22 November 2021
Zoom and Slido links will be emailed to registrants a business day prior to the event.
Last-minute registrants will receive a link two hours prior to the event.
Brief Introduction on the Forum for Operational Oceanography
Short Talks from Panel
Mark Hemer (Principal Research Scientist, CSIRO & Chair - FOO Surface Waves Working Group) - Wave and Currents session introduction and FOO Surface Waves Working Group
Paul Irving (Senior Adviser, Strategic Risk & Science Response, Australian Maritime Safety Authority) - Saving lives and keeping seas clean, by applying oceanography - we know where you drift!
Martina Gassner (Environment and Approvals Manager (Marine)) & Jonas Jacobsen (Technical Development Director, Star of the South Offshore Wind Development) - Star of the South metocean and coastal processes
Roger Proctor (Science Director, Tidetech) - How waves and currents are used by commercial shipping
Jeff Hawkins (Director, Pivot Maritime International) Use of metocean data in simulation for research and development and safety risk assessment
Chantal Donnelly (Manager Marine and Antarctic Services, Bureau of Meteorology) - Operational Oceanography at the Bureau of Meteorology - Our customers, partners, systems, products and impacts
David Griffin (Principal Research Scientist, CSIRO Oceans and Atmosphere) - Ocean forecasting using the Bluelink Relocatable Ocean-Atmosphere Model (ROAM)
Matt Rayson (Research Fellow, University of Western Australia) The surface currents that matter to offshore infrastructure
Q&A from audience