Engineering group at IFREMER (Brest, France)
Serve Le Reste, Xavier André, Vincent Dutreuil, Corentin Renaut
The engineering team of Ifremer, lead by S. Le Reste, specialised in a wide range of ocean observation instrument development. In particular it has worked extensively in the design, conception and test of profiling float, including the deep PROVOR float (Deep Argo). The team will collaborate on the conception of the deep bottom following profiling float.
British Antarctic Survey (Cambridge, UK)
Keith Nicholls, Mike Meredith
The polar ocean team at BAS aims at understanding the role of the oceans in influencing the polar ice caps, and regional climate change caused by shifts in ocean circulation. The team will collaborate on the experimental design, the cruise, and on the analysis of the mooring and float observations.
Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Institute (FSU, Tallahassee, USA)
Kevin Speer, Peter Lazarevich, Anthony Diaz
The Geophysical fluid Dynamics Institute at FSU, lead by K. Speer, aims at supporting and fostering the theoretical, experimental, numerical, and observational studies of natural environmental fluid flows which transcend the traditional departmental disciplines. The team will collaborate on the experimental design and analysis of the sound source network on the shelf, as well as on the conception of the deep bottom following profiling float.
NEMO R&D team at LOCEAN (Paris, France)
C. Rousset, M. Vancoppenolle, J. Deshayes
The NEMO R&D team at LOCEAN aims at developing NEMO code and model configurations at LOCEAN, as well as supporting and fostering state of the art oceanography and climate studies using NEMO as a tool. The team will collaborate on the experimental design and analysis of the high-resolution regional model configuration of the Weddell Sea.
MEOM group at LGGE (Grenoble, France)
N. Jourdain, J. Le Sommer
The MEOM group at LGGE aims at understanding large-scale ocean circulation and climate primarily using numerical model as a tool. Specifically, N. Jourdain and J. Le Sommer focus on Southern Ocean aspects and how ocean and ice interact. They will collaborate on the experimental design and analysis of the high-resolution regional model configuration of the Weddell Sea.