RBR Technical Workshop
The RBR technical workshop offers an outstanding venue for presentations, technical discussions, and networking opportunities focused around modern ocean measurements. The workshop invites participation from all disciplines of oceanography and engineering and is particularly well suited to contributions from ocean scientists and engineers, field and instrument technicians, and system integrators. This workshop is an opportunity to share updates on projects, methods, successes and challenges, and new developments. Members of RBR’s science and engineering team will present on sensor technology, new products and systems, and software tools.
The workshop took place on February 16, 2020, at the Ocean Sciences Meeting in San Diego, CA. To download the presentations please click on the links below.
- High-resolution measurements of estuarine and plume fronts – combining a towed array with rapid vertical profiling. Rocky Geyer, WHOI (Invited Keynote)
- Monitoring pollution in a tropical lagoon. Ngozi Margaret Oguguah, Nigerian Institute for Oceanography and Marine Research
- West Maui – Spatial variability of the wave-driven components of runup and inundation. Camilla Tognacchini, University of Hawai’i at Manoa
- Hydrodynamic study of a coral reef atoll in Northwestern Australia. Camille Grimaldi, University of Western Australia
- Monitoring water levels for wetland restoration efforts in Southern California. Astrid Vargas Solis, Moffat & Nichol
- Glider and profiling float CTD dynamic performance and correction algorithms through a strong thermocline. Mark Halverson, RBR
- Assessment of RBRcoda T.ODO performance on long-term mooring and vertical profiling. Eric Siegel, RBR
- The instrumented Arctic: strategies for remote observing systems in seasonally ice-covered waters. Clark Richards, DFO-Bedford Institute of Oceanography
- Community-based observing of the coastal ocean in Nunatsiavut. Eric Oliver, Dalhousie University
- Polar tourism as an effective research tool – citizen science in the western Antarctic Peninsula. Allison Cusick, Scripps Institution of Oceanography
- Data processing with RSKtools. Rui Zhang, RBR
- Wi-Fi and GPS tracking with Ruskin Mobile app. Candace Smith, RBR
- Multi parameter data collection and realtime telemetry from the Wirewalker, an autonomous wave powered profiler Chris Kontoes, Del Mar Oceanographic
- Restoring the Thermohaline Circulation: Adding Salt to the Wound! Philip Kithil, Ocean-based Climate Solutions, Inc.
- Wave attenuation due to seagrass meadows. Nery Contti Neto, Oceans Institute – University of Western Australia
- Measurements of Fetch Limited Wind-Waves at Lone Tree Lagoon, Puget Sound, WA. Greg Curtiss, Blue Coast Engineering
- Real-time high-resolution forecasting of the coastal ocean during a hurricane. Alexander Rey, Queen’s University
- Hydrographic conditions in Todos Santos Bay, México and the monitoring of harmful algal blooms. Mary Carmen Ruiz, UABC Marine Science Faculty
- Development of a new towed profiler for profiling oceanic physical-biological properties from an underway ship: The EcoCTD. Mathieu Dever, WHOI / RBR
- Development of an Undulating Towed sensor Array (UTA). Daisuke Hasegawa, Japan Fisheries Research and Education Agency
- Using RBR CTDs For Water Space Characterizations in The 4-D Ocean Cube. Stephan Howden, The University of Southern Mississippi