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Sunday, November 11th
4:00 6:00 p.m. Workshop Registration Desk Open
6:00 7:30 p.m. Icebreaker
5:00 p.m. Poster Display
P1 Blended Global High Resolution Sea Surface Forcing Parameters for Numerical Ocean Modeling; Huai-Min Zhang, Richard W. Reynolds, Lei Shi, & John J. Bates
P2 Overview of the Operational Marine Forecast and Warning Products at the Ocean Prediction Center and the National Hurricane Center; Christopher Burr, Hugh Cobb, Mark Willis, Martin C. Nelson, Robert Berg, David Feit, Scott Prosise, and David Mills
Quickscat Data and Resultant Erroneous Wave Watch III Output. Robert
Burke &Patrick Caldwell
Fine-Resolution Operational Wave Forecasts for the Northwest Atlantic.
Will Perrie, Bash Toulany, Peter Smith & Yongcun Hu
P5 Breaking of Nonlinear Two-Dimensional
Waves in Deep Water. Alexander Babanin, Dmitry Chalikov, Ian R. Young &
P6 Estimation of Plunging Surf
Spectra from Remotely Measured Infrasound. Joseph Park, Milton Garces &
Variability & Predictability of Summertime Significant Wave Heights in the
Western North Pacific.
Wataru Sasaki & Toshiyuki Hibiya
P8 Nonlinear Unidirectional &
Directional Spectra in Currituck Sound Time Series. Al R. Osborne
P9 High Accuracy Ocean Surface
Winds from SAR Imagery. Will Perrie & Hui Shen
Density Composite for Aiding Hawaiian Southern Shore Surf Forecasts.
P11 Effect of Wind Resolution
on Spectral Wave Modeling in the Hawaii Region. Justin Stopa, Demont Hansen
& Kwok Fai Cheung
Sea & Swell Delineation for Numerical Wave Modeling. Barbara Tracy,
Eve Marie Devaliere, Troy Nicolini, Hendrik Tolman & Jeffrey L. Hanson
Exploitation of In-Situ Wave Measurements at Station Mike. Margaret
Yelland, K. Bjorheim, C. Gommenginger, R.W. Pascall & B.I. Moat
Extreme Storm Intensity by Combining Storm Power with Surge; Heidi P.
Moritz & Hans R. Moritz
P15 Pacific Land Ocean Typhoon
(PILOT) Update. C. Pollock, S. Boc, A. Garcia, M. Merrifield, A-C Pequignet,
J. Becker, J. Aucan, O. Vetter, T. Hilmer, K-F. Cheung, J. Goo, P. Quiroga &
P16 A Study of Ocean Waves at
Fishermans Wharf, Victoria Harbour. David B. Fissel, Jianhua Jiang
& Dave Billenness
P17 Spectral Wave Modeling of
Swell Transformations in Indigenous Marshallese Navigation; J. Genz, J.
Aucan, B. Finney, M. Merrifield
P18 Deployment of an RDCP600 to
Measure Directional Wave Spectra in Open and Marginal Ice Zones;Oceana Francis-Chythlook
& David Atkinson
P19 Wind Waves Numerical Simulation
: Hurricane Dean Case Study; J. Antonio Salinas, Roberto Padilla-Hernandez
& Fernando Oropeza
P20 US Army Corps of Engineers
Wave and Current Data Collection Activities in the Hawaiian Islands:2005
2007; Jessica Podoski, Thomas Smith, Kent Hathaway & Stanley Boc
Monday, November 12th
8:00 a.m. Welcome and Hawaiian Blessing
A: Coastal Waves I Chair: Al Osborne
8:20 a.m. A1.
Four Wave Resonance Interactions in the Shallow
Water Boussinesq Equations; Miguel Onorato, Al Osborne, Donald Resio &
8:40 a.m. A2.
Modeling Nonlinear Random Wave Propagation Over Cohesive Sediments; James M.
Kaihatu, Alexandru Sheremet & Steve Su
9:00 a.m. A3.
Coupled Wave and Sediment Dynamics
on Atchafalaya Shelf, Louisiana, US; Alexandru Sheremet, S. Jaramillo &
M. A. Allison
9:20 a.m. A4.
Bottom Friction in Nearshore Wave Models; Jane McKee Smith & Alison Sleath
9:40 a.m. A5.
Modeling with Bottom Friction Applied to Southeast Oahu Reefs; Mary A. Cialone
& Jane M. Smith
10:00 a.m. BREAK
Session B: Coastal Waves II Chair: Tom Smith
10:15 a.m. B1. Hindcasting of Waves and Wave Loads on Dutch Wadden Sea Defenses; Ap van Dongeren, Jacco Groeneweg, Gerbrant van Vledder & Andre van der Westhuijsen
10:35 a.m. B2.
Sea Surface Elevation Maps Obtained with
a Nautical X-Band Radar Examples from WaMoS II Stations; Katrin Hessner
& Konstanze Reichert
10:55 a.m. B3.
Operational Implementation of a Multi-Grid Wave
Forecasting System; Arun Chawla, Degui Cao, Vera Gerald Todd Spindler &
11:15 a.m. B4.
Components of Storm-Induced Water
Level Along the Coastal Margin and Related Effects on the Nearshore Wave Environment.
Hans R. Moritz & Heidi P. Moritz
11:35 a.m. B5.
Occurrence of Coinciding High
Surf and Tides Along the North Shore of Oahu, Hawaii; Patrick Caldwell,
Jerome P. Aucan & Christopher P. Kontoes
11:55 p.m. LUNCH
Session C: Wave Dissipation Chair: Peter Janssen
1:25 p.m. C1. Spectral Dissipation Term for Wave Forecast Models, Experimental Study; Alexander Babanin and Ian Young
1:45 p.m. C2.
Implementation of New Experimental Input/Dissipation Terms for Modeling Spectral
Evolution of Wind Waves; Alexander Babanin, Kakha Tsagareli, Ian Young &
2:05 p.m. C3.
The Performance of the WAM4.5 Based on a Revised Formulation of the Whitecapping
Dissipation and on Limiting the Drag Coefficient in Hurricane Type Wind Forcing;
Roop Lalbeharry & Serge Desjardins
2:25 p.m. C4.
Dissipation due to Wave Breaking; V.E. Zakharov, F. Dias, A.I. Dyachenko &
A. O. Prokofiev
2:45 p.m. BREAK
Session D: MORPHOS Chair: Robert Jensen
3:00 p.m. D1. Methodology and Results for Nearshore Wave Simulation in a Coupled Hydrodynamic and Wave Model System to Evaluate Storm Surge in Coastal Louisiana; Christopher Bender & Jane McKee Smith
3:20 p.m. D2.
Realtime Wave and Surge Modeling with High Resolution Atmospheric Model Coupling;
3:40 p.m. D3.
Wave Model Performance in a North Carolina Test Bed; Eve-Marie Devaliere,
Jeff Hanson & Rick Leuttich
4:00 p.m. D4.
MORPHOS: Advancing Coastal Process
Research and Modeling; Jeffrey L. Hanson, Donald T. Resio & Rob Wallace
4:20 p.m. D5.
Modeling Hurricane Impacts on Beaches,
Dunes & Barrier Islands; Dano Roelvink, Ad Reniers, Ap van Dongeren,
Jaap van Thiel de Vries, Jamie Lescinski & Dirk-Jan Walstra
4:40 p.m. D6.
Nearshore Sediment Entrainment Under Breaking
Waves; Bradley D. Johnson
Tuesday, November 13th
E: Climate Change Chair: David Levinson
8:00 a.m. E1.
MSC Beaufort Sea Wind and Wave Reanalysis; V.R. Swail, V.J. Cardone, M.
Ferguson, D.J. Gummer & A.T. Cox
8:20 a.m. E2.
A High-Resolution Hindcast Study for the
North Sea, the Norwegian Sea & the Barents Sea; Magnar Reistad, Oyvind
Breivik & Hilde Haakenstad
8:40 a.m. E3.
Characteristics of Wind Wave Periods, Lenghts and Steepness from Vos Data Over
the Global World Ocean and in the Offshore Regions; Sergey Gulev & Vika
9:00 a.m. E4.
Dynamical Versus Statistical Downscaling Approaches for Projecting Ocean Wave
Heights; Xiaolan L. Wang & Val R. Swail
9:20 a.m. E5.
Wind, Wave and Storm Surge Hindcasts
& Scenarios and Related Coastal & Offshore Applications: The CoastDat
Data Set at the GKSS Institute for Coastal Research; Ralf Weisse, Ulrich
Callies, Heinz Gunther, Hans von Storch, Frauke Feser, Katja Woth, Iris Grabemann
& Andreas Pluess
9:40 a.m. BREAK
F: Improved Physics / Measurements for Prediction Chair: George Forristal
9:55 a.m. F1. The Back Effect of
Breaking Waves on Adverse Currents; Chris Garrett
10:15 a.m. F2.
Experimental Justification of Weakly
Turbulent Nature of Growing Wind Seas; S.I. Badulin,A.V. Babanin, D. Resio,
10:35 a.m. F3.
The High-Frequency Range of Wind Wave Spectra and Implications for Wave Breaking;
Donald T. Resio & Charles E. Long
10:55 a.m. F4.
Coupling Alongshore Variations
in Wave Energy to Beach Morphologic Change Using the SWAN Wave Model at Ocean
Beach, San Francisco, CA; Jodi Eshleman, Patrick L. Barnard, Li H. Erikson
& Daniel M. Hanes
11:15 a.m. F5.
Hurricane Wave and Surge Computations: Deficiencies & Research Needs; Joannes
Westerink, J. Smith, V. Cardone, A. Cox, D. Resio, R. Jensen, T. Wamsley &
11:35 a.m. LUNCH
G: Wave Prediction Tropical Chair: Vince Cardone
1:05 p.m. G1.
North Atlantic Wind Waves of 2005 Hurricane
Season Prediction vs. Observation; Hendrik L. Tolman & Yung Y.
1:25 p.m. G2.
To Blend of Not To Blend: In the Pursuit of Finding an Operational Way to Give
Hurricane Characteristics to the CMC Forecast Wind Field; S. Desjardins, R.
Lalbeharry, H. Ritchie, & A. Macafee - Presentation
p.m. G3. Comparing Hindcasts with Wave Measurements
from Hurricane Lili, Ivan, Katrina & Rita; George Z. Forristall
2:05 p.m. G4.
Forecast Error Analysis During Hurricane Katrina Using the NOPP Real-Time Prediction
System for Tropical Cyclones; Hans C. Graber, Andrew Cox, Robert E. Jensen,
Don Slinn, Scott Hagan, Robert Weaver, Neil Williams, Geoffrey Samules &
2:25 p.m. BREAK
H: Model Verificatons Chair: Val Swail
3:00 p.m. H1.
Inter-Comparison of Operational
Wave Forecasting Systems; Jean-Raymond Bidlot, Jian-Guo Li, Paul Wittmann,
Manon Fauchon, Hsuan Chen, Jean-Michel Lefevre, Thomas Bruns, Diana Greenslade,
Fabrice Ardhuin, Nadao Kohno, Sanwook Park & Marta Gomez
3:20 p.m. H2.
Development of Spatial Inter-Comparison
Within the Operational Wave Forecast Verification Exchange; Adrian Hines,
Jean-Michel Lefevre & Dave Poulter
3:40 p.m. H3. Using Altimeter Data
to Validate & Develop Wave Models; Hendrik Tolman
4:00 p.m. H4.
Validation & Application
of Jason-1 and Envisat Significant Wave Heights; Tom Durrant and Diana Greenslade
4:20 p.m. H5.
Updates to WAM CY 4.5+; Robert E. Jensen, H. Gunther & P. Janssen
4:40 p.m. H6.
Consensus Forecasts of Integrated Wave Parameters;
Tom Durrant &Frank Woodcock and Diana Greenslade
Wednesday, November 14th
Session I: Estimation of Coastal Hazards I Chair: Jessica Podoski
8:00 a.m. I1. Hindcasting Winds,
Waves & Storm Surge for Hurricane Katrina; Joannes Westerink
8:20 a.m. I2. Hindcasting Winds,
Waves & Storm Surge for Hurricane Rita; Casey Dietrich, J. Smith, J. Westerink,
J. Atkinson, S. Bunya, R. Jensen, V. Cardone, A. Cox, H. Westerink, R. Luettich
& C. Dawson
8:40 a.m. I3. Representation of Vegetation
on the Wind Boundary Layer and Surface Bottom Friction; John Atkinson
9:00 a.m. I4. High Performance Computing
to Resolve Propagation and Advection Dominated Multi-Scale Multi-Process Physics;
Clint Dawson, E. Kubatko & J. Westerink
9:20 a.m. I5.
of Barrier Islands and Lower Plaquemines Parish Mississippi River Levees on
Waves and Storm Surge in Southern Louisiana; Wiebe de Jong & Hugh Roberts
9:40 a.m. BREAK
J: Estimation of Coastal Hazards II Chair: Darryl Hatheway
9:55 a.m. J1.
Comparison of Emperical Methods and a Boussinesq-Type Wave Model for Predicting
Overtopping of Coastal Structures; Patrick J. Lynett, Don Resio & Mathijs
10:15 a.m. J2.
Louisiana Chenier Plain Regional Hydrodynamic, Salinity & Hydrologic Numerical
Models; Ehab Meselhe, Robert Miller & Jeanne Arceneaux
10:35 a.m. J3.
Influence of Wetland Degradation
on Surge; Ty Wamsley, John Atkinson, Mary A. Cialone, Alison S. Grzegorzewski,
Kendra Dresback, Randy Kolar, Joannes Westerink
10:55 a.m. J4.
Probabilistic Design Method of
Levee and Floodwall Heights for the Hurricane Protection System in the New Orleans
Area; Mathijs van Ledden, Pat Lynett, Don Resio & Nancy Powell
11:15 a.m. J5.
of the Spectral Shape of Wave Conditions for Engineering Design & Coastal
Hazard Assessment Evidence from the English Channel; Andrew Bradbury, Travis Mason, Tim Poate & Tamzin Palmer
11:35 a.m. LUNCH
K: Estimation of Coastal Hazards III Chair: Dr. H. Das
1:05 p.m. K1.
Performance of the JPM and EST Methods in Storm Surge Studies; David Divoky
& Don Resio
1:25 p.m. K2.
Hurricane Surge Classification for Risk Assessment Along the Gulf of Mexico
Coastline; Jennifer L. Irish & Donald T. Resio
1:45 p.m. K3.
The Evaluation of Storm Surge
Hazard in Coastal Mississippi & Louisiana; Alan Niedoroda, D. Resio,
D. Divoky, R. Lowe, L. Charles, H. Das & C. Reed
2:05 p.m. K4.
Time Dependent Wave Setup During Hurricanes on the Mississippi Coast; Don Slinn,
A.W. Niedoroda, R.G. Dean, H. Das, R. Weaver, C. Reed & J. Smith
2:25 p.m. K5.
Approaches for the Efficient
Probabilistic Calculation of Surge Hazard; Gabriel Toro
2:45 p.m. BREAK
L: Climate Variation & Coastal Hazards Chair: John J. Marra
3:00 p.m. L1.
Is There a Discernible Anthropogenic
Impact on Atlantic Hurricane Activity; Thomas R. Knutson
3:20 p.m. L2.
Cyclones in a Warming Climate: Observational Evidence of Trends in Frequencies
and Intensities in the North Pacific, North Atlantic & Great Lakes Regions;
David Levinson & Peter Bromirski
3:40 p.m. L3.
Extreme Still Water Levels;
Sofia Caires, Ferdinand Diermanse, Douwe Dillingh & Reimer de Graaff
4:00 p.m. L4.
An Overview of Different Methods for Assessing Historical Hurricane Frequency
and Potential Risk for the Gulf of Mexico Coast; David Levinson, Trevor Wallis
& Mike Squires
4:20 p.m. L5.
The Modern Predictability
of the 1966 Big Venice Flood; Luigi Cavaleri, Luciana Bertotti & Roberto
6:00 p.m. RECEPTION
6:45 p.m. LUAU
Thursday, November 15th
M: Tropical Meteorology Chair: Mark Powell
8:00 a.m. M1.
Cyclone Atmospheric Forcing for Ocean Response Models: Approaches & Issues;
Vincent Cardone & Andrew Cox
8:20 a.m. M2.
of Tropical Cyclone Parameters from Aircraft Reconnaissance; Andrew Cox
& Vincent Cardone
8:40 a.m. M3.
CBLAST Program of Coupled High Resolution Hurricane Models; Shuyi Chen
9:00 a.m. M4.
Realistic Simulations of Intense Hurricanes with the NCEP/NCAR WRF Modeling
System; Chris Davis & Greg Holland
9:20 a.m. M5. New
Findings on Hurricane Intensity, Wind Field Extent & Surface Drag Coefficient
Behavior; Mark Powell
9:40 a.m. M6.
Uncertainty in Population Properties of North Atlantic Tropical Cyclones; Peter
10:00 a.m. BREAK
N: Extreme Waves Chair: Miguel Onorato
10:15 a.m. N1.
Storm in the Mediterranean Sea; Luigi Cavaleri & Luciana Bertotti
10:35 a.m. N2.
Are Unexpected Waves as Important as Rogue Waves? Johannes Gemmrich
& Chris Garrett
10:55 a.m. N3.
Extension of the ECMWF Freak Wave Warning System to 2 Dimensional Propagation;
Peter Janssen, Nobuhito Mori & Miguel Onorato
11:15 a.m. N4.
Freak Wave Prediction from Spectra; Nobuhito
Mori, Peter Janssen & Miguel Onorato
11:35 a.m. N5. Modeling
Rogue Waves in Fully Directional Sea States; Al Osborne
11:55 a.m. N6.
Evolution of Random Directional
Wave and Rogue Wave Occurrence; Takuji Waseda & Takeshi Kinoshita
12:15 p.m. N7.
Freak Waves as a Result of Modulational Instability; Vladimir Zakharov &
12:35 p.m. WORKSHOP ENDS FOR THE
Friday, November 16th
O: Island Inundation Chair: Stan Boc
8:00 a.m. O1.
Predicting Wave Conditions in a Coral Embayment from Offshore Directional Spectral
Model Input; Ron Hoeke & Curt Storlazzi
8:20 a.m. O2.
Phase-Resolving Simulation of Wave Evolution Over a Shallow Reef; Patrick Lynett
8:40 a.m. O3. Waves and Water Level
Collected During the Pacific Island Land Ocean Typhoon Experiment; Mark Merrifield,
A-C Pequignet, J. Becker, J. Aucan, O. Vetter, T. Hilmer, S. Boc, C. Pollock,
K.-F. Cheung, J. Goo, P. Quiroga & Y. Wu
9:00 a.m. O4.
Wave Energy Budget for Pacific Island Nearshore Environments; Anne-Christine
Pequignet, Janet M. Becker & Mark A. Merrifield
9:20 a.m. O5.
Combined Wind and Waves Over a Reef;
Alejandro Sanchez, Jane Smith, Zeki Demirbilek & Stan Boc
9:40 a.m. BREAK
Q: Wave Model Applications for Coastal Hazards Chair: Alex Sheremet
9:55 a.m. Q1.
Estimation of Probable Maximum Wave Height
in the Sea Areas around Japan Based on Simulations of Typhoon and Depression
(Storm) Generated Waves; Masataka Yamaguchi, Hirokazu Nonaka & Yoshio
10:15 a.m. Q2.
Diagnosing the Large Swell Event
Associated with the Extratropical Transition of Hurricane Florence (2006);
Mark C. Willis
10:35 a.m. Q3.
The Improvement of JMA Operational
Wave Models; Toshiharu Tauchi
10:55 a.m. Q4.
The 2007 Release of WAVEWATCH; Hendrik Tolman
11:15 a.m. Q5.
Numerical Aspects and Source Term
Analysis of Wave Modeling in a Tidal Inlet; Gerbrant van Vledder, Jacco
Groeneweg, Andre van der Westhuijsen & Ap van Dongeren
11:35 a.m. BREAK (Setup for Working
Working Lunch Box Lunches
R: Model Improvements Chair: Jeff Hanson
12:05 p.m R1.
Numerical Investigations for the Applicability of SRIAM Method as a New Non-Linear
Energy Transfer Function; Hitoshi Tamura, Takuji Waseda, Yasumasa Miyazawa &
12:25 p.m. R2.
A Two-Scale Approximation for Nonlinear Energy
Transfers in Observed Wave Spectra; Will Perrie & Donald Resio
12:45 p.m. R3.
Operationalisation of the TSA Method for the
Computation of Non-Linear Four-Wave Interactions in Third-Generation Wave Models;
Gerbrant van Vledder
13:05 p.m. Closing Remarks / Closing Ceremony
Upstream Non-Oscillatory Advention Schemes Suitable for Ocean Wave Models; Jian-Guo Li
Verification of Ocean Wave Ensemble Forecast at NCEP; Degui Cao, H.S. Chen and Hendrik Tolman