[Eoas-seminar] COAPS Short Seminar Series - Monday July 11th at 11:00AM (with updated info on the talks)

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These talks are usually scheduled for the first Monday of each month. 
The first talk normally starts at 11:00AM.  Each talk is typically 12 
minutes long (similar to many professional meetings), with 8 minutes for 

These talks will be presented via Zoom, with the following connection 


Meeting ID: 984 9166 0566

Passcode: 478314

August 1st:

Elok Wulandari:Characteristics of low level wind shear and wind profiler 
based alerting in Bali, Indonesia

We review and analyze wind shear warnings given by Wind Profiler data 
and find the characteristic of wind shear in International Airport 
Ngurah Rai Bali. Using at least the Bulk Richardson number, we will try 
to find the pattern before the wind shear event happens. Preliminary 
result shows that most of the wind shear happened between value -0.25 – 

Opeyemi Kehinde: Lateral advection of Particulate organic carbon in the 
eastern Indian Ocean

A small oligotrophic Agro basin, near Java and northwest of Australia in 
the eastern Indian is the only known spawning region for Southern 
Bluefin Tuna (SBT). Nutrients supports Phytoplankton at the base of the 
ecosystem, that indirectly supports SBT larvae growth and development. 
Therefore, much attention must be paid to the nutrient supply and how 
they are been supplied, into this oligotrophic region. This talk will 
discuss how much Lateral advection is contributing to the total new 
production of Particulate organic Carbon that supports this ecosystem.

Keshav J Raja: Wind-generated near-inertial waves in global ocean 

Surface winds in oceans excite near-inertial oscillations with clockwise 
(anticlockwise) rotational motion in the Northern (Southern) Hemisphere. 
These oscillations cause vertical motions at the base of the mixed layer 
and generate near-inertial internal waves in the ocean interior. It is 
thought that near-inertial waves contribute about 25% of the energy for 
global ocean mixing through turbulence resulting from their strong 
vertical shear and breaking in the upper ocean. In this talk, we use 
global HYCOM simulations to examine how much energy is transferred from 
winds to surface near-inertial motions, how this energy propagates 
horizontally, and where do they dissipate in the global ocean.

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