Summary of 13 papers published in IWMO-2010 special issue (Ocean Dynamics, 2011)
The 2nd IWMO meeting was held at Old
Dominion University (ODU) in Norfolk, Virginia. Norfolk is located on the Chesapeake Bay near the Atlantic coast and is
home to the world’s largest naval base, an international seaport and various centers
for maritime and marine sciences.
The workshop seeks presentations on all aspects of ocean
modeling, analysis and prediction, with emphasis on interdisciplinary coastal-regional studies as well as
new model developments (note: the IWMO evolved from the
POM users group meetings, but is open to the ocean modeling
community at large).
Outstanding Young Scientist Award:
First authors presenters who are graduate students or postdocs
not more than 2 years past their graduation are eligible to participate in this competition
(congratulations to 2010 Winners).
IWMO in the local News
Support and facilities are provided by the Center for
Coastal Physical Oceanography (CCPO),
Department of Ocean, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences (OEAS) and Virginia Modeling,
Analysis and Simulation Center (VMASC)
Organizers: Tal Ezer (CCPO/ODU) and Huijie Xue (UMaine)