SOFLUX Webinars

 

The SOOS Southern Ocean Fluxes (SOFLUX) Capability Working Group launched a series of monthly webinars intended to share flux observing activities and to provide a forum to showcase the work of early-career investigators. 

Times will vary depending on the time zone and scheduling preference of the speaker, and talks will be recorded (playlist available here). 


 Upcoming Webinars

 

"The sensitivity of pCO2 reconstructions to sampling scales across a Southern Ocean sub-domain: a semi-idealized ocean sampling simulation approach" by Laique Djeutchouang (Southern Ocean Carbon and Climate Observatory)

January 19th 2022, 1400 GMT

Register here...

 


 Future Webinars

  • Volunteers invited for upcoming months.

We’d like to showcase early career research. If you are or know someone who would like to present, please contact Sarah Gille or Marcel du Plessis   

We expect to coordinate with OASIS, which plans quarterly webinars. Webinar times and speakers will be publicized on the SOOS social media platforms.

 

Past Webinars:

"Observing the Southern Ocean carbon cycle with autonomous floats" by Channing Prend (University of Washington)

November 17th 2022, 1800 GMT

Recording of the webinar available here.

 

"Drivers of abrupt circumpolar surface warming events across the Southern Ocean" by Earle Wilson (University of Stanford) 

October 20th 2022, 1000 PT

Recording of the webinar available here.

 

"Towards a clearer view of Southern Ocean air-sea interactions", by Simon Josey (National Oceanography Centre, UK).

Rescheduled to: July 14th 2022, 1500 GMT

Recording of the webinar available here.

 

"Air-sea CO2 fluxes from SOCAT and direct measurements in the Southern Ocean", joint seminar by Dorothee Bakker and Yuanxu Dong (University of East Anglia).

April 27th 2022, 1500 UTC 

Recording of the webinar available here.

 

"The Atmospheric Signature of Southern Ocean Carbon Flux", Matt Long (NCAR)

March 10th 2022, 1800 UTC  

Recording of the webinar available here.

 

"Carbonate system at the Northern Antarctic Peninsula: Current knowledge and future perspectives", Andréa a Consalação de Oliveira Carvalho (Federal University of Rio Grande (FURG), Brazil)

February 10th 2022, 1700 UTC

Recording of the webinar available here.

 

"Air-sea fluxes from the Polar Pod" Peter Sutherland (IFREMER)

September 22nd 2021, 1700 GMT

Recording of the webinar available here.

 

“Air-sea CO2 fluxes inferred from biogeochemical Argo data”, Alison Gray (University of Washington, US)

July 20th 2021, 1700 GMT

Recording of the webinar available here.

 

“Update on the Southern Ocean Time Series observatory”, Eric Schulz (Bureau of Meteorology, Australia) and Elizabeth Shadwick (CSIRO, Australia)

May 11th 2021, 0500 GMT

Recording of the webinar available here.