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... James Herring, Dynalysis Inc., Princeton Zygmunt Kowalik, University of Alaska-Fairbanks Jan Leendertse, RAND, Santa Monica David Liu, RAND, Santa Monica Mark Luther, Florida State University, Tallahassee Akira Okubo, State Univerity of New York (SUNY) , Stony Brook Robert Pritchard,-Icecasting, Inc., Seattle Mark Reed, ASA Inc., Narragansett Allan Robinson, Harvard University, Cambridge Robert Smith, Oregon State University, Corvallis Allen Wallcraft, Naval Ocean Research and Development Activity, NSTL Station (Bay St.
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... The current MMS practice of using wind patterns that are not related to the winds driving the water motions may lead to substantial errors in estimating the oil motion. We recommend that the calculations of oil movement be made as a part of the model run.
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... Physical oceanographers engaged in field work and modeling should work together closely to design observational and numerical experiments so that necessary and sufficient initial, boundary, and updating data, as well as critical data sets for calibration and verification, are all obtained. Data-assimilation techniques should be explored.
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