of Community Terrain-following Ocean Modeling System (TOMS)
( OCEAN-MODELING web page of TOMS project)
Users' Workshop, Seattle, WA, August 4-6 (pdf)
Users' Workshop, Boulder, CO, August 20-22 (pdf)
TOMS Inaugural Meeting, Boulder, CO, August 23
An initiative to develop, evaluate, test and provide support
to the terrain-following (sigma) ocean modeling community. This
is a collaborative effort between two groups of community ocean
models originated from Princeton and Rutgers
Universities, and now in use by more than 2000 users worldwide.
Presentation, Feb. 2001 (ppt)
This effort is supported by ONR, Ocean Modeling Program.
Past and present model developments rely on important contributions
from other institutions (e.g., Dynalysis, HydroQual & NRL for
Princeton and UCLA for Rutgers).
Contact: Tal Ezer or Hernan Arango .
list of POM publications
Terrain-Following Ocean Modeling System
(GFDL), MICOM (RSMAS),
of Pressure Gradient Errors
2. DATA SOURCES
3. ANALYSIS AND GRAPHIC TOOLS
4. DATA ASSIMILATION