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Griffa, A., A.D. Kirwan, A.J. Mariano, T.M. Özgökmen and T. Rossby, 2007: Lagrangian Analysis and Prediction of Coastal and Ocean Dynamics. Cambridge University Press, 487 pp, ISBN-13: 9780521870184 (order from amazon.com).
1) Özgökmen, T.M., E.P. Chassignet and A.M. Paiva, 1997: Impact of wind forcing, bottom topography, and inertia on midlatitude jet separation in a quasigeostrophic model. J. Phys. Oceanogr., 27, 2460-2476.
2) Özgökmen, T.M. and E.P. Chassignet, 1998: The emergence of inertial gyres in a two-layer quasigeostrophic model. J. Phys. Oceanogr., 28, 461-484.
3) Özgökmen, T.M. and O.E. Esenkov, 1998: Asymmetric fingers induced by a nonlinear equation of state. Phys. Fluids, 10, 1882-1890.
4) Özgökmen, T.M., O.E. Esenkov and D.B. Olson 1998: A numerical study of layer formation due to fingers in double-diffusive convection in a vertically-bounded domain. J. Mar. Res., 56/2, 463-487.
5) Özgökmen, T.M., A. Griffa, L. I. Piterbarg, and A. J. Mariano, 2000: On the predictability of the Lagrangian trajectories in the ocean. J. Atmos. Ocean. Tech., 17/3, 366-383.
6) Crisciani, F. and T.M. Özgökmen, 2001: Symmetry properties of barotropic bottom-dissipated single-gyre systems in the inertial regime. Dyn. Atmos. Oceans, 33/2, 135-156.
7) Özgökmen, T.M., E.P. Chassignet and C. G. H. Rooth, 2001: On the connection between the Mediterranean outflow and the Azores Current. J. Phys. Oceanogr., 31/2, 461-480.
8) Castellari, S., A. Griffa, T.M. Özgökmen and P.-M. Poulain, 2001: Prediction of particle trajectories in the Adriatic Sea using Lagrangian data assimilation. J. Mar. Sys., 29, 33-50.
9) Özgökmen, T.M., L.I. Piterbarg, A.J. Mariano, and E.H. Ryan, 2001: Predictability of drifter trajectories in the tropical Pacific Ocean. J. Phys. Oceanogr., 31/9, 2691-2720.
10) Özgökmen, T.M., and F. Crisciani, 2001: On the dynamics of beta-plumes. J. Phys. Oceanogr., 31/12, 3569-3580.
11) Özgökmen, T.M., and E.P. Chassignet, 2002: Dynamics of two-dimensional turbulent bottom gravity currents. J. Phys. Oceanogr., 32/5, 1460-1478.
12) Mariano, A.J., A. Griffa, T.M. Özgökmen, and E. Zambianchi, 2002: Lagrangian Analysis and Predictability of Coastal and Ocean Dynamics 2000. J. Atmos. Ocean. Tech., 19/7, 1114-1126.
13) Piterbarg, L.I., and T.M. Özgökmen, 2002: A simple prediction algorithm for the Lagrangian motion in 2D turbulent flows. SIAM J. Appl. Math., 63/1, 116-148.
14) Molcard, A., L. Gervasio, A. Griffa, G.P. Gasparini, L. Mortier, and T.M. Özgökmen, 2002: Numerical investigation of the Sicily Channel dynamics: density currents and water mass advection. J. Mar. Sys., 36 (3-4), 219-238.
15) Molcard A., L. Piterbarg, A. Griffa, T.M. Özgökmen, and A.J. Mariano, 2003: Assimilation of drifter positions for the reconstruction of the Eulerian circulation field. J. Geophys. Res. Oceans, 108/3, 3056, doi:10.1029/2001JC001240.
16) Mariano, A.J., T.M. Chin, and T.M. Özgökmen, 2003: Stochastic boundary conditions for coastal flow modeling. Geophys. Res. Letters, 30/9, doi:10.1029/2003GL016972.
17) Özgökmen, T.M., W. Johns, H. Peters, and S. Matt, 2003: Turbulent mixing in the Red Sea outflow plume from a high-resolution nonhydrostatic model. J. Phys. Oceanogr., 33/8, 1846-1869.
18) Özgökmen, T.M., A. Molcard, T.M. Chin, L.I. Piterbarg, and A. Griffa, 2003: Assimilation of drifter observations in primitive equation models of midlatitude ocean circulation. J. Geophys. Res. Oceans, 108(C7), 3238, doi:10.1029/2002JC001719.
19) Chin, T.M., T.M. Özgökmen, and A.J. Mariano, 2004: Multi-variate spline and scale-specific solution for variational analyses. J. Ocean. Atmos. Tech., 21/2, 379-386..
20) Griffa, A., L.I. Piterbarg, and T.M. Özgökmen, 2004: Predictability of Lagrangian particle trajectories: effects of smoothing of the underlying Eulerian flow. J. Mar. Res., 62/1, 1-35.
21) Paldor, N., Y. Dvorkin, A.J., Mariano, A.J., T.M. Özgökmen, and E. Ryan, 2004: A practical, hybrid model for predicting the trajectories of near-surface drifters ocean drifters. J. Atmos. Ocean. Tech., 21/8, 1246-1258 .
22) Özgökmen, T.M., P.F. Fischer, J. Duan and T. Iliescu, 2004: Entrainment in bottom gravity currents over complex topography from three-dimensional nonhydrostatic simulations. Geophys. Res. Letters, 31, L13212, doi:10.1029/2004GL020186.
23) Özgökmen, T.M., P.F. Fischer, J. Duan and T. Iliescu, 2004: Three-dimensional turbulent bottom density currents from a high-order nonhydrostatic spectral element model. J. Phys. Oceanogr., 34/9, 2006-2026.
24) Molcard, A., Griffa, A., and T.M. Özgökmen, 2005: Lagrangian data assimilation in multi-layer primitive equation ocean models. J. Ocean. Atmos. Tech., 22/1, 70-83.
25) Chang, Y.S., X. Xu, T.M. Özgökmen, E.P. Chassignet, H. Peters and P.F. Fischer, 2005: Comparison of gravity current mixing parameterizations and calibration using a high-resolution 3D nonhydrostatic spectral element model. Ocean Modelling, 10, 342-368.
26) Özgökmen, T.M., P.F. Fischer, and W.E. Johns, 2006: Product water mass formation by turbulent density currents from a high-order nonhydrostatic spectral element model. Ocean Modelling, 12, 237-267.
27) Molcard, A., A.C. Poje, and T.M. Özgökmen, 2006: Directed drifter launch strategies for Lagrangian data assimilation using hyperbolic trajectories. Ocean Modelling, 12, 268-289.
28) Xu, X., Chang, Y.S., H. Peters, T.M. Özgökmen, and E.P. Chassignet, 2006: Parameterization of gravity current entrainment for ocean circulation models using a high-order 3D nonhydrostatic spectral element model. Ocean Modelling, 14, 19-44.
29) Caglar, M., T.M. Özgökmen, and L.I. Piterbarg, 2006: Parameterization of submeso-scale eddy-rich flows using a stochastic velocity model. J. Ocean. Atmos. Tech., 23/12, 1745-1758.
30) Du, A., J. Duan, H. Gao, T.M. Özgökmen, 2006: Ergodic dynamics of the coupled quasigeostrophic flow-energy balance system. Fundamental and Applied Mathematics. 12/6, 67-84.
31) Özgökmen, T.M., T. Iliescu, P.F. Fischer, A. Srinivasan and J. Duan, 2007: Large eddy simulation of stratified mixing in two-dimensional dam-break problem in a rectangular enclosed domain. Ocean Modelling, 16, 106-140.
32) Bongolan-Walsh, V.P., J. Duan, P.F. Fischer, T.M. Özgökmen and T. Iliescu, 2007: Impact of boundary conditions on entrainment and transport in gravity currents. Applied Mathematical Modelling, 31. 1338-1350.
33) Haza, A., L.I. Piterbarg, P. Martin, T.M. Özgökmen, and A. Griffa, 2007: A Lagrangian subgrid-scale model and application for transport improvement in the Adriatic Sea using NCOM. Ocean Modelling, 17, 68-91.
34) Chin, T.M., T.M. Özgökmen, and A.J. Mariano, 2007: Empirical and stochastic formulations of western boundary conditions. Ocean Modelling, 17, 219-238.
35) Haza, A., A. Griffa, P. Martin, A. Molcard, T.M. Özgökmen, A.C. Poje, R. Barbanti, J. Book, P.M. Poulain, M. Rixen, and P. Zanasca, 2007: Model-based directed drifter launches in the Adriatic Sea: Results from the DART experiment. Geophys. Res. Letters, 34, L10605, doi:10.1029/2007GL029634.
36) Xu, X., E. P. Chassignet, J. F. Price, T.M. Özgökmen and H. Peters, 2007: A regional modeling study of the entraining Mediterranean outflow. J. Geophys. Res. Oceans, 112, C12005, doi:10.1029/2007JC004145.
37) Ilicak, M., T.M. Özgökmen, H. Peters, H.Z. Baumert and M. Iskandarani, 2008: Very large eddy simulation of the Red Sea overflow. Ocean Modelling, 20, 183-2006.
38) Özgökmen, T.M. and P.F. Fischer, 2008: On the role of bottom roughness in overflows. Ocean Modelling, 20, 336-361.
39) Chang, Y.S., T.M. Özgökmen, H. Peters, and X. Xu, 2008: Numerical simulation of the Red Sea outflow using HYCOM and comparison with REDSOX observations. J. Phys. Oceanogr., 38/2, 337-358.
40) Bongolan-Walsh, V.P., J. Duan, and T.M. Özgökmen, 2008: Dynamics of transport under random fluxes on the boundary. Communications in Nonlinear Science and Numerical Simulation, 13, 1627-1641.
41) Haza, A., A.C. Poje, T.M. Özgökmen, and P. Martin, 2008: Relative dispersion from a high-resolution coastal model of the Adriatic Sea. Ocean Modelling, 22, 48-65.
42) Ilicak, M., T.M. Özgökmen, H. Peters, H.Z. Baumert and M. Iskandarani, 2008: Performance of two-equation turbulence closures in three-dimensional simulations of the Red Sea overflow. Ocean Modelling, 24, 122-139.
43) Magaldi, M., T.M. Özgökmen, A. Griffa, E. Chassignet, M. Iskandarani and H. Peters, 2008: Turbulent flow regimes behind a coastal cape in a stratifed and rotating environment. Ocean Modelling, 25, 65-82.
44) Özgökmen, T.M., T. Iliescu, and P.F. Fischer, 2009: Large eddy simulation of stratified mixing in a three-dimensional lock-exchange system. Ocean Modelling, 26, 134-155.
45) Chang, Y.S, Z.D. Garraffo, H. Peters and Özgökmen, T.M., 2009: Pathways of nordic overflows from climate model scale and eddy resolving simulations. Ocean Modelling, 29, 66-84.
46) Ilicak, M., T.M. Özgökmen, E. Özsoy and P.F. Fischer, 2009: Non-hydrostatic modeling of exchange flows across complex geometries. Ocean Modelling, 29, 159-175.
47) Legg, S., Y. Chang, E. Chassignet, G. Danabasoglu, T. Ezer, A. Gordon, S. Griffies, R. Hallberg, L. Jackson, W. Large, T. Özgökmen, H. Peters, J. Price, U. Riemenschneider, W. Wu, X. Xu and J. Yang, 2009: Improving oceanic overflow representation in climate models: the Gravity Current Entrainment Climate Process Team. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 90/5, 657-670.
48) Özgökmen, T.M., T. Iliescu, and P.F. Fischer, 2009: Reynolds number dependence of mixing in a lock-exchange system from direct numerical and large eddy simulations. Ocean Modelling, 30, 190-206.
49) Muench, R.D., A.K. Wahlin, T.M. Özgökmen, R. Hallberg, and L. Padman, 2009: Impacts of bottom corrugations on a dense outflow: the NW Ross Sea. Geophys. Res. Letters, vol. 36, L23607, doi:10.1029/2009GL041347.
50) Poje, A.C., A.C. Haza, T.M. Özgökmen, M. Magaldi and Z.D. Garraffo, 2010: Resolution dependent relative dispersion statistics in a hierarchy of ocean models. Ocean Modelling, 31, 36-50.
51) Magaldi, M.M., T.M. Özgökmen, A. Griffa and M. Rixen, 2010: On the response of a turbulent coastal buoyant current to wind events: the case of the Western Adriatic Current. Ocean Dynamics, 60, 93-122.
52) Duan, J., P.F. Fischer, T. Iliescu and T. M. Özgökmen, 2010: Bridging the Boussinesq and primitive equations through spatio-temporal filtering. Applied Math. Letters, 23, 453-456.
53) Haza, A.C., T.M. Özgökmen, A. Griffa, A. Molcard, P.M. Poulain, and G. Peggion, 2010: Transport properties in small scale coastal flows: relative dispersion from VHF radar measurements in the Gulf of La Spezia. Ocean Dynamics, 60, 861-882.
54) Ilicak, M., T.M. Özgökmen and W. Johns, 2011: How does the Red Sea outflow interact with Gulf of Aden eddies? Ocean Modelling, 36, 133-148.
55) Chang, Y., D. Hammond, A.C. Haza, P. Hogan, H.S. Huntley, A.D. Kirwan, Jr., B.L. Lipphart, Jr., V Tailandier, A. Griffa and T.M.Özgökmen, 2011: Enhanced estimation of sonobuoy trajectories by velocity reconstruction with near-surface drifters. Ocean Modelling, 36, 179-197.
56) Schroeder, K., A.C. Haza, A. Griffa, T.M. Özgökmen, P.M. Poulain, R. Gerin, G. Peggion and M. Rixen, 2011: Relative dispersion in the Liguro-Provencal basin: from sub-mesoscale to mesoscale. Deep Sea Research Part I, 58, 209-228.
57) Özgökmen, T.M., A.C. Poje, P.F. Fischer, and A.C. Haza, 2011: Large eddy simulations of mixed layer instabilities and sampling strategies. Ocean Modelling, 39, 311-331.
58) Berselli, L.C., P.F. Fischer, T. Iliescu and T. M. Özgökmen, 2011: Horizontal approximate deconvolution for stratified flows: analysis and computations. J. Sci. Comput., 49, 3-20.
59) Haza, A.C., Özgökmen, T.M., A. Griffa, Z. D. Garraffo and L. Piterbarg, 2012: Parameterization of particle transport at submesoscales in the Gulf Stream region using Lagrangian subgridscale models. Ocean Modelling, 42, 31-49.
60) Özgökmen, T.M. and P.F. Fischer, 2012: CFD application to oceanic mixed layer sampling with Lagrangian platforms. Int. J. Comp. Fluid Dyn., 26, 337-348
61) Schroeder, K., Chiggiato, J., Haza, A.C., A. Griffa, Özgökmen, T.M., P. Zanasca, A. Molcard, M. Borghini, P.M. Poulain, R. Gerin, Z. Zambianchi, P. Falco and C. Trees, 2012: Targeted Lagrangian sampling of submesoscale dispersion at a coastal frontal zone. Geophys. Res. Lett., 39, L11608, doi:10.1029/2012GL051879.
62) Özgökmen, T.M., A.C. Poje, P.F. Fischer, H. Childs, H. Krishnan, C. Garth, A. Haza and E. Ryan, 2012: On multi-scale dispersion under the influence of surface mixed layer instabilities and deep flows. Ocean Modelling, 56, 16-30.
63) Griffa, A., Haza A.C., Özgökmen, T.M., A. Molcard, V. Taillandier, K. Schroeder, Y. Chang and P.M. Poulain, 2013: Investigating transport pathways in the ocean. Deep Sea Research II, 85, 81-95.
64) Mensa, J., A. Griffa, Z. Garraffo, T.M. Özgökmen, A.C. Haza and M. Veneziani, 2013: Seasonality of the submesoscale dynamics in the Gulf Stream region. Ocean Dynamics, 63, 923-941.
65) Olascoaga, M. J., F. J. Beron-Vera, G. Haller, J. Trinanes, M. Iskandarani, E. F. Coelho, B. Haus, H. S. Huntley, G. Jacobs, A. D. Kirwan, Jr., B.L. Lipphardt, Jr., T. M. Özgökmen, A.J.H.M. Reniers, and A. Valle-Levinson, 2013. Drifter motion in the Gulf of Mexico constrained by altimetric Lagrangian coherent structures. Geophys. Res. Letters., 40(23), 6171-6175.
2014
66) Pratt, L., I. Rypina, T.M. Özgökmen, P. Wang, H. Childs and Y. Bebieva, 2014: Chaotic advection in a steady, three-dimensional, Ekman-driven eddy. Journal of Fluid Dynamics, 738, 143-183.
67) Carrier, M.J., H. Ngodock, S. Smith, G. Jacobs, P. Muscarella, T.M. Özgökmen, B. Haus and B. Lipphardt, 2014: Impact of assimilating ocean velocity observations inferred from Lagrangian drifter data using NCOM-4DVAR. Mon. Weather. Rev., 142, 1509-1524.
68) Marques, G.M., Padman, L., S. Springer, S. Howard and T.M. Özgökmen, 2014: Topographic vorticity waves forced by Antarctic dense shelf water outflows. Geophys. Res, Lett., 41/4, 1247-1254.
69) Poje, A.C., Tamay M. Özgökmen, Bruce Lipphart, Jr., Brian Haus, Edward H. Ryan, Angelique C. Haza, Gregg Jacobs, A.J.H.M. Reniers, Josena Olascoaga, Guillaume Novelli, Annalisa Griffa, Francisco J. Beron-Vera, Shuyi Chen, Pat Hogan, Emanuel Coelho, A.D. Kirwan, Jr., Helga Huntley, Arthur J. Mariano, 2014: Submesoscale dispersion in the vicinity of the Deepwater Horizon spill. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci., 111, 12693-12698
70) Joye, S.B., J. P. Montoya, S. Murawski, T. M. Özgökmen, T. Wade, R. Montouro, B. Roberts, S. Murawski, D. Hollander, W. Jeffrey, J. P. Chanton, 2014: Fast Action: A Rapid Response Study of the Hercules Gas Well Blowout. AGU-EOS , 95/38, 341-342.
71) Marques, G.M. and T.M. Özgökmen, 2014: On modeling turbulent exchange in buoyancy-driven fronts. Ocean Modelling, 83, 43-62.
72) Özgökmen, T.M., F. J. Beron-Vera, D. Bogucki, S. Chen, C. Dawson, W. Dewar, A. Griffa, B.K. Haus, A.C. Haza, H. Huntley, M. Iskandarani, G. Jacobs, B. Jagers, A.D. Kirwan, Jr., B.Lipphart, Jr., J. MacMahan, A.J. Mariano,J. Olascoaga, A.C. Poje, A.J.H.M. Reniers, J.M. Restrepo, B. Rosenheim, A. Soloviev, S. Venkataramani, G. Zha, P. Zhu, 2014: Research Overview of the Consortium for Advanced Research on Transport of Hydrocarbon in the Environment (CARTHE). International Oil Spill Conference Proceedings, 1, 544-560.
73) Jacobs, G.A. amd coauthors, 2014: Data assimilation considerations for improved ocean predictability during the Gulf of Mexico Grand Lagrangian Deployment (GLAD). Ocean Modelling, 83, 98-117.
74) Haza, A.C., Özgökmen, T.M., A. Griffa, A.C. Poje and P. Lelong, 2014: How does drifter position uncertainty affect ocean dispersion estimates? J. Atmos. Ocean Tech., 31, 2809-2828.
2015
75) Coelho E., P. Hogan, G. Jacobs, P. Thoppil, H. Huntley, B. Haus, B. Lipphardt, Jr., A. D. Kirwan, Jr., E. H. Ryan, J. Olascoaga, G. Novelli, F. Beron-Vera, A. C. Haza, A. C. Poje, A. Griffa, T.M. Özgökmen D. Bogucki, S. Chen, M. Curcic, M. Iskandarani, F. Judt, N. Laxague, A. J. Mariano, A.J.H.M. Reniers, C. Smith, A. Valle-Levinson, M. Wei, 2015: Ocean Current Estimation Using a Multi-Model Ensemble Kalman Filter During the Grand Lagrangian Deployment (GLAD) Experiment. Ocean Modelling, 87, 86-106.
76) Scherbina + LatMix team, 2015: The LatMix Summer Campaign: Submesoscale Stirring in the Upper Ocean. BAMS, 96/8, 1257-1279.
77) Wang, P. and T. M. Özgökmen, 2015: How do hydrodynamic instabilities affect 3D transport in geophysical vortices? Ocean Modelling, 87, 48-66.
78) Bogucki, D., and coauthors, 2015: Scaling laws for the upper ocean temperature dissipation rate. GRL, 42/3, 839-846.
79) Laxague, N.J.M., B.K. Haus, D. Bogucki and T.M. Özgökmen, 2015: Spectral characterization of fine-scale wind waves using shipboard optical polarimetry. J. Geophys. Res. Oceans, 120, 3140-3156.
80) Rypina, I., L. Pratt, P. Wang, T. M. Özgökmen and I. Mezic, 2015: Resonance phenomena in 3D time-dependent volume-preserving flows with symmetries. Chaos, 25/8, 087401.
81) Fabregat, A.C. Poje, T.M. Özgökmen, W. Dewar, N. Wienders, 2015: Numerical ssimulations of thermal, bubble and hydrid plumes. Ocean Modelling, 90, 16-28.
82) Berta, M., and coauthors, 2015: Improved surface velocity and trajectory estimates in the Gulf of Mexico from blended satellite altimetry and drifter data. J. Atmos. Ocean Tech., 32(10), 1880-1901.
83) Mensa, J., T. M. Özgökmen, A.C. Poje and J. Imberger, 2015: Material transport in a convective mixed layer under weak wind forcing. Ocean Modelling, 96, 226-242.
2016
84) Romero, I.C. and coauthors, 2016: Geochemical signatures of a marine gas well blowout in the Gulf of Mexico. JGR Oceans - Gulf Oil Spill special section, 121, 706-724.
85) Wang, P. and T. M. Özgökmen, 2016: Spiral inertial waves radiated from geophysical vortices. Ocean Modelling, 99, 22-42.
86) Geng, X. and coauthors, 2016: Oil droplets transport due to irregular waves: development of large-scale spreading coefficients. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 104, 279-289.
87) Huguenard, K.D. and coauthors, 2016: On the nature of the frontal zone of the Chactawhatchee Bay plume in the Gulf of Mexico. JGR Oceans - Gulf Oil Spill special section, 121, 1322-1345.
88) Curcic, M., S.S. Chen and T. M. Özgökmen, 2016: Hurricane-induced ocean surface transport and dispersion in the Gulf of Mexico. Geophys. Res. Lett., 43, 2773-2781.
89) Geng, X., Z. Pan, M.C. Boufadel, T. M. Özgökmen, K. Lee and L. Zhao, 2016: Simulation of oil bioremediation in a tidally-influenced beach: spatio-temporal evolution of nutrient and dissolved oxygen. JGR Oceans - Gulf Oil Spill special section, 121, doi:10.1002/2015JC011221.
90) Soloviev, A.V., B.K. Haus, M. McGauley, C. Dean, D. Ortiz-Suslow, N. Laxague, and T. M. Özgökmen: Surface Dynamics of Fresh and Weathered Oil in the Presence of Dispersants: Laboratory Experiment and Numerical Simulation. JGR Oceans - Gulf Oil Spill special section, submitted: 7 December 2015, accepted: 25 April 2016.
91) Özgökmen, T.M., E.P. Chassignet and coauthors: Over what area did the oil and gas spread during the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill? Oceanography - special issue. Submitted: 14 December 2015.
92) Mariano A.J. and coauthors: Statistical properties of the surface velocity field as sampled by GLAD drifters in the Gulf of Mexico. JGR Oceans - Gulf Oil Spill special section, submitted: 15 December 2015.
93) Fabregat A.T., A.C. Poje, T.M. Özgökmen and W.K. Dewar: Effects of rotation on turbulent buoyant plumes in stratified environments. JGR Oceans - Gulf Oil Spill special section, submitted: 22 February 2016.
94) Haza, A.C., T. M. Özgökmen, and P. Hogan: Impact of submesoscales on surface material distribution in a Gulf of Mexico mesoscale eddy. Ocean Modelling, submitted: 13 April 2016.
95) Lumpkin, R., T. M. Özgökmen and L. Centurioni: Advances in the application of surface drifters. Annual Review of Marine Science, submitted: 15 April 2016.
96) Joye et al.: The Gulf of Mexico ecosystem, six years after the Macondo oil well blowout. DSR special issue, submitted: 26 April 2016.
97) Wang, P., T. M. Özgökmen and A.C. Haza: Material dispersion by ocean internal gravity waves. J. Environmental Fluid Mechanics, special issue on Environmental Buoyancy-Driven Flows, submitted: 5 May 2016.
98) Novelli, G., C.M. Guigand, T. M. Özgökmen, C. Cousin, H. Dai, E. Ryan and B. Haus: A biodegradable surface drifter for ocean sampling on a massive scale: design, calibration and application.
99) Berta, M., A. Griffa, A.C. Poje, and T. M. Özgökmen: GLAD drifter alignment. GRL, in prep: 1 September 2015.
100) Roth, M., J. MacMahan, A. Reniers, K. Woodall, J. Brown, T.M. Özgökmen and B. Haus: Observations of nearshore material transport in the northern Gulf of Mexico. Revise and resubmit somewhere.
101) Huguenard et al.: Cross-shore performance of dissipation parameterizations in the nearshore. In prep.
102) Mensa, Carlson et al: aerostat dispersion...
103) Laxague, N.J.M. and coauthors: Passive optical sensing of the near-surface, wind-driven current profile. In preparation for JTECH.
Last update: 30 April 2016
1) Cushman-Roisin, B., and T.M. Özgökmen, 1994: A new look at the role of eddies in the general circulation. In "Modelling of Oceanic Vortices", ed: G.J.F. van Heijst, pp. 123-124.
2) Bongolan-Walsh, V.P., J. Duan, H. Go, A., T.M. Özgökmen, P.F. Fischer, and T. Iliescu, 2005: Enstrophy and ergodicity of gravity currents. IMA Volumes in Mathematics and its Applications, Vol. 140 - Probability and Partial Differential Equations in Modern Applied Mathematics, eds: J. Duan and E.C. Waymire, Springer-Verlag, New York, pp. 61-78.
3) Piterbarg, L.I., T.M. Özgökmen, A. Griffa, and A.J. Mariano, 2007: Predictability of Lagrangian motion in the upper ocean. Lagrangian Analysis and Prediction of Coastal and Ocean Dynamics, eds: A. Griffa, A.D. Kirwan, A.J. Mariano, T.M. Özgökmen and T. Rossby, Cambridge University Press, pp. 136-171.
4) Molcard, A., T.M. Özgökmen, A. Griffa, L.I. Piterbarg, and T.M. Chin, 2007: Lagrangian data assimilation in ocean general circulation models. Lagrangian Analysis and Prediction of Coastal and Ocean Dynamics, eds: A. Griffa, A.D. Kirwan, A.J. Mariano, T.M. Özgökmen and T. Rossby, Cambridge University Press, pp. 172-203.
* May 14, 2009: Graduation of PhD students Mehmet Ilicak and Marcello Magaldi:
* September 2009: LAPCOD meeting in La Londe-les-Maures
* November 2009: CMG project meeting with Paul Fischer, Traian Iliescu and Jeffrey Duan at Virgia Tech:
* June 2010: Alpine Buoyancy Summer School:
* July 2010: CScADS Scientific Data and Analytics for Petascale Computing Workshop in Utah.
* July 2010: LATMIX modeling meeting in Boston
* Simulation shown on NBC and ABC nightly news in relation to the oil spill - May 2010:
* October 2010: Oil spill PI meeting in St. Petersburg FL
* October 2010: 4D GFD MURI kick off meeting in Chicago
* November 2010: American Physical Society - Division of Fluid Dynamics meeting in Long Beach CA
* December 2010: 1st Nek5000 workshop at Argonne National Lab:
* December 2010: AGU in San Francisco
* February 2011: LatMix meeting at UCLA
* March 2011: SIAM meeting in Long Beach
* April 2011: Johns Hopkins University visit
* May 2011: University of Delaware visit
* June 2011: International Glaciology Meeting at Scripps
* Sep 2011: NSF event at the US Senate
* Sep 2011: Coastal Oceanography School in La Londe, France
* Oct 2011: GRI oil spill research consortia meeting, New Orleans
* Nov 2011: CUNY/Lamont/UColumbia visit, NYC
* Jan 2012: LATMIX meeting, Portland, Oregon
* Jan 2012: Ocean 3D+1 meeting, Wilmington, DE
* Feb 2012: Ocean Sciences meeting, Salt Lake City, UT
* Feb 2012: NSF project highlight
* April 2012: CARTHE kick off meeting, Miami
* June 2012: LAPCOD V, Miami
* June 2012: Science highlight in Argonne National Laboratory annual report (cover and page 17)
* June 2012: LATMIX meeting, Woods Hole
* July 2012: Nonlinear processes in oceanic and atmospheric flows workshop, Madrid, Spain.
* July 2012: GLAD expedition, Gulf of Mexico
* November 2012: CARTHE all-hands meeting, Miami
* November 2012: Nearfield plume modeling workshop, Berkeley University.
* December 2012: Frontiers in Computational Physics - Modeling the Earth System, Boulder
* January 2013: LATMIX meeting, Stanford University.
* January 2013: CARTHE all-hands + GoMRI meetings, New Orleans.
* February 2013: MURI meeting, Chapel Hill.
* February 2013: Deep-C meeting, Tallahassee.
* March 2013: American Petroleum Institute dispersant workshop, Baton Rouge.
* March 2013: CARTHE two-phase flow subgroup workshop, New York City.
* April 2013: C-IMAGE and Ocean's Day trips, FL.
* April 2013: EGU, Vienna.
* May 2013: MURI review, DC.
* May 2013: SIAM Dynamical Systems meeting, Snowbird, Utah.
* May 2013: CARTHE all-hands meeting, Miami.
* June 2013: API-GoMRI modeling meeting, Tampa.
* June 2013: SIAM meeting, Padova, Italy.
* June 2013: C-IMAGE-GoMRI meeting, St. Pete.
* July 2013: CLIVAR Summit, Annapolis.
* September 2013: GoMRI site visit, Miami.
* September 2013: ONR peer-review, Chicago.
* October 2013: CARTHE all-hands meeting, Miami.
* October 2013: MOSFA workshop, Tallahassee.
* October 2013: National Academy of Science GoM meeting, Tallahassee.
* December 2013: CARTHE's Surfzone and Coastal Oil Pathways Experiment (SCOPE): Destin, FL.
* January 2014: GoMRI meeting, Mobile, AL.
* January 2014: Plume modeling meeting, Chevron, Houston, TX.
* March 2014: Grenoble University, Coriolis-II meeting, France.
* April 2014: ICES visit, Austin, TX.
* May 2014: International Oil Spill Conference, Savannah, GA.
* July 2014: API Ohmsett Dispersant Workshop, Red Bank, NJ.
* September 2014: Industry Technical Advisory Committee (ITAC) meeting, Tulane University, New Orleans.
* November 2014: Oil Spill Research Limited (OSRL) dispersant meeting, NOVA Oceanographic Center, Ft. Lauterdate.
* November 2014: Guy Harvey Fisheries Symposium, USF, St. Petersburg.
* December 2014: AGU meeting, San Francisco.
* February 2015: GoMRI meeting, Houston.
* July 2015: LAPCOD-VI, Winter Harbour, Maine.
* September 2015: MURI 3D+1 meeting, Scripps, CA.
* October 2015: CARTHE all-hands meeting, Miami.
* November 2015: Visit to Cornell University.
* January-February 2016: CARTHE's LASER Expedition.
* February 2016: Visit to Yale University.
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