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Links to Lagrangian Data, Analysis and Models


Miami Isopicnal Coordinate Ocean Model  (MICOM)
Eric Chassignet, Zulema Garraffo,  University of Miami / RSMAS
High Resolution (1/12°) Atlantic simulations with COADS, ECMWF, and ECMWF daily forcing.

Ocean Surface Currents
Arthur Mariano,  University of Miami / RSMAS
A web based encyclopedia of the world's ocean surface currents.

NOAA/AOML Drifter Group (NOAA/AOML)
The Drifting Buoy Data Assembly Center
The Global Drifter Center

Lagrangian coherent structures in turbulence
George Haller,  MIT

Luca Montabone's Home Page
Luca Montabone,  Istituto di Cosmogeofisica, Torino, Italy

Drifter Studies in the Mediterranean
Pierre-Marie Poulain,  Istituto Nazionale di Oceanografia e di Geofisica Sperimentale (OGS), Sgonico, Trieste, Italy

Lagrangian Modeling of SPM transport in estuaries and coastal lagoons
Susanne Rolinski,  Institute of Oceanography at Hamburg University

Laboratory for Advanced Computation in the Mathematical Sciences
Stephen Wiggins,  University of Bristol
Transport and Stirring in Geophysical Flows: A Dynamical Systems Approach.

RSMAS CFC Laboratory
Rana Fine,  University of Miami / RSMAS
CFCs as Lagrangian Tracers of Ocean Circulation.

SFB 460 Rafos Floats in the Iceland Basin
Walter Zenk,  Institut fuer Meereskunde an der Universitaet Kiel

Buoy QC Tools   SHOM

General NOAA Oil Modeling Environment (GNOME trajectory model) NOAA