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FOREWORD


AGENDA


PRESENTATIONS


LIST OF PARTICIPANTS


TECHNICAL DOCUMENTS
ISSUED WITHIN THE DATA BUOY
COOPERATION PANEL SERIES




PRESENTATIONS:

1.     Graham Warren, Bureau of Meteorology, Melbourne, Australia
       Use of Buoy Data in The Bureau of Meteorology's
       Meteorological and Oceanographic Systems


2.     Robert Caplikas, Manager, Vaisala Melbourne, Australia
       R Hibbins, Instrument Engineering, Bureau of Meteorology, Australia
       Reliable Wind Data From Ship Board AWS


3.     Andrew Watson, Supervising Meteorologist, Bureau of Meteorology,
       South Australia Regional Office
       A Moored Wave Rider Buoy off the Southern Coast of
       Kangaroo Island, South Australia


4.     S. T. Gille, P. P. Niiler, S. K. Y. Elipot, and L. E. Romero
       Scripps Institution of Oceanography, La Jolla, California 92093-0230, USA
       Surface and Mid-Depth Circulation of the Southern Ocean
       From Drifters and Floats. (Abstract Only)

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5.     Susan Wijffels, CSIRO Marine Research, Hobart, Australia
       Ming Feng, CSIRO Marine Research, Hobart, Australia
       Results From a Pilot Argo Float Program in the East Indian Ocean

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6.     Yutaka Michida , Hiroyuki Yoritaka and Toru Suzuki
       1
         Ocean Research Institute, The University of Tokyo
       2
         Hydrographic Department, Japan Coast Guard
       3
         Marine Information Research Center, Japan Hydrographic Association
       Surface Currents in the Subpolar Gyre of the North Pacific Observed with Surface Drifters

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7.     David Meldrum , Duncan Mercer , Oli Peppe and Martin Doble
       1
         Scottish Association for Marine Science
       2
         Scott Polar Research Institute
       Results From Orbcomm Ice Buoy Deployments


8.     V.N. Eremeev*, E. Horton**, S.V. Motyzhev*, P.- M. Poulain***, S.G. Poyarkov****,
       D.M. Soloviev*, S.V. Stanichny*, A.G. Zatsepin****
       * Marine Hydrophysical Institute NASU, 99011, Kapitanskaya, 2, Sevastopol, Ukraine
       **Naval Oceanographic Office, 1002 Balch Boulevard, Stennis Space Center,
       MS 39522-5001, USA
       *** Department of Oceanography, Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, CA 93943-5000
       **** P.P.Shirshov Institute of Oceanology, RAS, 117851, Nakhimovsky, 36, Moscow, Russia
       Studies of Black Sea Macro and Mesoscale Circulation with Application of Svp and Svp-B
       Drifters. Present Results and Future Plans….

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9.     G. Loaec , S. Le Reste , F. Marchese , A. Billant , E. Le Marchand , T. Swinamer
       1
         IFREMER - Marine Technology and Information Systems Division - Brest - France
       2
         IFREMER - Physical Oceanography Laboratory - Brest - France
       3
         MARTEC - Brest - France
       4
         METOCEAN Data Systems - Darmouth - Canada
       PROVOR: A Range of Profiling Floats for Operational Oceanography


10.    S. Pouliquen, A. Billant, Y. Desaubies, G. Loaec, F. Gaillard , G. Maudire
       IFREMER, BP70, 29280 Plouzané, France
       CORIOLIS: A French Project For In Situ Operational Oceanography


11.    Peter Niiler: Scripps Institution of Oceanography, La Jolla CA, USA
       Andy Sybrandy: Pacific Gyre, Carlsbad, CA, USA
       Analysis and Improvement of Digital Minimet Performance. (Abstract Only)


12.    David B. Gilhousen, Meteorologist, NDBC Operations Branch,
       Leader, Data Products Team, USA
       Eric A. Meindl, Chief, NDBC Operations Branch, USA
       An Update of Data Quality Control Techniques Used By
       The National Data Buoy Center

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13.    Sergey Motyzhev – Marlin-Yug Ltd Venture, Ukraine.
       Elizabeth Horton – Naval Oceanographic Office, USA.
       Practical Steps for Decreasing of Drifter Network Cost and
       Increasing of Buoy's Data Quality


14.    Gary S. Bahret, Electrical Engineer, NDBC Operations Branch,
       Leader, Network Support Team, USA
       David B. Gilhousen, Meteorologist, NDBC Operations Branch,
       Leader, Data Products Team, USA
       Eric A. Meindl, Chief, NDBC Operations Branch, USA
       Moored Buoy Losses in Early 2001 as a Result of Severe
       Winter Storms Around Alaska


15.    Michael K. Burdette, Oceanographer, NDBC Operations Branch,
       Manager, Alaska Buoy Project, USA
       Eric A. Meindl, Chief, NDBC Operations Branch, USA
       The United States’ Alaska Buoy Network Expansion


16.    Robert Heinmiller, OMNET, Inc., Staunton, Virginia, U.S.A and
       Ngoc Hoang, NAL Research Corp., Manassas, Virginia, U.S.A
       Stephen R. Piotrowicz, Ocean.US, Arlington, Virginia, U.S.A
       A System for the Delivery of Data from Remote, Unattended Platforms
       Using the Iridium Low Earth Orbit Satellite System

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17.    Christian Ortega, CLS, Toulouse, France
       Bill Woodward, Service Argos, USA
       Argos Data Transmission: Strategies and Performance


18.    Ron Fordyce, PMO Manager, Environment Canada, Hamilton, Canada
       Tom Vandall, Director, AXYS Environmental Systems, Victoria, Canada
       Improving the Frequency and Reliability of
       Global Meteorological Observations at Sea


19.    Simon Skey, Axys Technologies Inc., Sidney, B.C., Canada
       Mark Blaseckie, Axys Technologies Inc., Sidney, B.C., Canada
       Reo Phillips, Axys Technologies Inc., Sidney, B.C., Canada
       Val Swail, Meteorological Service of Canada, Downsview, Ont., Canada
       Development of a High Accuracy Temperature Sensor


20.    Gary Williams, Clearwater Instrumentation, Inc., Watertown, MA 02472 USA
       Measurement Of Sea Surface Salinity From An Autonomous System

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21.    Mayra C Pazos, Drifter DAC NOAA/AOML, USA
       Techniques and Procedures Used to Quality Control
       Drifter Data at the DAC at NOAA/AOML


22.    Jeffrey Wingenroth, Technocean, Inc., Cape Coral, Florida, USA
       SVP-Barometer Drifter Performance (pdf only)


23.    Pierre Blouch, Centre de Meteorologie marine, Meteo-France
       Evaluation of SVP-B and SVP-BW Drifters from an Operational Point of View


24.    K.Premkumar - Programme Director, National Data Buoy Programme,
       National Institute of Ocean Technology, Chennai, India
       New Developments for the Data Buoy System in India

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25.    P.-M. Poulain , A. Sybrandy , M. Deponte , L. Ursella and P. Niiler
       1
        Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, California, USA
       2
        Istituto Nazionale di Oceanografia e di Geofisica Sperimentale, Trieste, Italy, EU
       3
        Pacific Gyre, Inc. San Diego, California, USA
       4
        Scripps Institution of Oceanography, La Jolla, California, USA
       Direct Measurements of the Water-Following Characteristics of Surface Drifters


26.    Bernard G. Petolas, P.Eng., Metocean Data Systems, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada
       J-CAD (JAMSTEC Compact Arctic Drifter)


27.    Peter K. Taylor, Southampton Oceanography Centre, Southampton, UK
       Ewa Dunlap, Weathervane Scientific Inc., Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
       Val R. Swail, Meteorological Service of Canada, Downsview, Ontario, Canada
       On the Accuracy of Wind and Wave Measurements from Buoys


28.    Tetsuya Uwai, Japan Meteorological Agency, Japan
       Drifting Wave Buoy Using Orbcomm Data Transmission

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