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Garraffo, Z. D., IMSG at NOAA/EMC, Camp Springs, USA, Zulema.Garraffo@noaa.gov
Kim, H. C., IMSG at NOAA/EMC, Camp Springs, USA, Hae-Cheol.Kim@noaa.gov
Mehra, A. ., NOAA, NCEP/EMC, Camp Springs Md, USA, Avichal.Mehra@noaa.gov
Spindler, T. ., IMSG at NOAA/EMC, Camp Springs, USA, Todd.Spindler@noaa.gov
Tolman, H. ., NOAA, NCEP/EMC, Camp Springs, Md, USA, Hendrik.Tolman@noaa.gov


A series of tracer simulations are being conducted at NCEP/NWS for a variety of applications, from dispersion of radionuclide contaminants motivated by the Japanese nuclear accident near Fukushima, to nutrient estimations. The tracer capabilities of HYCOM are used, in regional domains, nested to daily nowcast/forecast fields from the 1/12° HYCOM (RTOFS-Global) model output. In this study, results are presented from the soon-to-be first operational ocean dispersion model at NCEP/NWS, addressing the Fukushima-Daiichi nuclear accident, March 11, 2011. Similar tracer simulations are intended for applications like oil spills, radionuclides, and for ecosystem modeling.


Poster presentation

Session #:088
Date: 2/21/2012
Time: 10:30 - 16:00
Location: Poster/Exhibit Hall

Presentation is given by student: No

PosterID: B1000