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Session 7. MONITOR Topic Session
State of the art of real-time monitoring and its implication for the FUTURE oceanographic study

Co-Sponsored by Argo and GOOS

Co-Convenors: Jack Barth (U.S.A.), Dake Chen (China), David L. Mackas (Canada), Vyacheslav Lobanov (Russia), Young Jae Ro (Korea) and Hiroya Sugisaki (Japan)

As the technology for the Ocean Sciences and Engineering is advanced rapidly, the real-time data production will revolutionize the field investigation and laboratory analysis in many ways which will have the impact over the entire oceanographic paradigm in the end. This session will review the state of art technology for the ocean investigation on real-time and/or near real-time basis and will discuss the impact on the research and educational horizons made possible by it. Each nation will demonstrate their ocean monitoring network and their application. The exhibits from ocean monitoring companies are to occur in conjunction with this session.

October 29, 2009

Howard J. Freeland (Invited)
The state of the art of real-time monitoring – The Argo experience (S7-5645)
(pdf, 1.5 Mb)


Tsuyoshi Kitamoto, Hirotaka Hamanaka, Asako Toyozumi, Satoshi Tanaka, Hiroko Arataki, Yoichiro Ishibashi, Yukio Kishimoto, Hideaki Nakata, Satoru Futatsumachi, Joji Ishizaka, Hideaki Maki, Shuhei Nishida, Yukihiro Nojiri, Haruo Ogi, Yoshihisa Shirayama and Shinsuke Tanabe
Has pollution of the sea around Japan become better? A discussion based on more than 10 years of monitoring at depths up to 4000m (S7-5765)


Elena A. Shtraikhert, Sergey P. Zakharkov and Tatyana N. Gordeychuk
Some features of the distribution chlorophyll a in the north-western part of the Sea of Japan based on near real-time data (S7-5593)
(pdf, 1 Mb)


Young Baek Son, Joji Ishizaka and Young-Sang Suh
Detection of Cochlodinium polykrikoides blooms using spectral classification in the South Sea of Korea (SSK) (S7-5665)
(pdf, 1.4 Mb)


Kelly J. Benoit-Bird (Invited)
Trophic cascades in Hawaii’s nearshore ecosystem: Using observing technology to understand ecological interactions (S7-5649)


Hiroya Sugisaki and K. Sawada
Real-time monitoring for mesopelagic fish abundance using J-QUEST integrated system of echosounder and stereo TV cameras (S7-5611)
(pdf, 3 Mb)


Yury N. Morgunov, Yury A. Polovinka and Dmitry S. Strobykin
Acoustic monitoring of hydrophysical processes in ocean shelf zones (S7-5740)
(pdf, 1.4 Mb)


Natheer M. Alabsi, Hideaki Tanoue, Teruhisa Komatsu, Isamu Mitani, Mitsuhiro Kato, Toyomitsu Horii, Ichiro Aoki and Nobuyuki Miyazaki
Measurement of swimming behavior of alfonsino Beryx splendens in experimental tank using micro-data logger (S7-5929)
(pdf, 1 Mb)


Tomowo Watanabe, Manabu Shimizu, Takashi Setou, Hiroshi Kuroda, Masachika Masujima and Makoto Okazaki (Invited)
Ocean monitoring system operated by fisheries institutes at waters around Japan (S7-5932)

John Calder and David Hik
Sustaining Arctic Observing Networks - SAON
(pdf, 1 Mb)

Tomoharu Senjyu, Takeshi Matsuno, Sang-Hyun Kim and Ig-Chang Pang
Monitoring of the Changjiang Diluted Water around the Jeju and Tsushima Straits using fisheries trap-nets (S7-5894)


Kwang-Soon Park, Dong-Young Lee, Jae-Il Kwon, Kwan Chang Lim, Sang-Ik Kim and Ki-Chun Jun
Development of real-time coastal monitoring network and operational oceanographic system in Korea (S7-5992)


Dong-Young Lee (Invited)
Status of real-time data exchange and strategy for the development of regional GOOS (S7-5984)


Shin-ichi Ito, Yugo Shimizu, Shigeho Kakehi, Fumitake Shido, Taku Wagawa, Kazuyuki Uehara, Toshiya Nakano and Masafumi Kamachi
A profiling mooring buoy to observe mixed layer formations in the western North Pacific and its combination with a deeper type underwater glider (S7-5808)


Yasumasa Miyazawa, Ruo Chao Zhang, Sergey M. Varlamov, Takashi Setou, Daisuke Ambe and Tomowo Watanabe
Roles of in situ profile data obtained by Japanese fishery research agencies in quality of the eddy-resolving ocean reanalysis data: FRA-JCOPE2 (S7-5729)
(pdf, 1 Mb)


David G. Foley, Elizabeth A. Becker and Karin Forney
Integrating ocean observing data to enhance protected species spatial decision support systems

Chang S. Kim and Associates of SCRC
Long-term Monitoring & Prediction System for Saemangeum Coastal Waters in Korea
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