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Oceanographic processes at coastal scales present a number of differences with respect to deep water oceanography, which result in higher prediction errors. In shallow water coastal domains the bottom topography, via the sea-bed boundary condition, exerts a strong control on the resulting wave and current fields. In addition to this, other factors need to be accounted for, such as the relevance of the tidal influence, stratification and mixing effects, land boundary condition (affecting the wind fields), the presence of distributed run off and point-wise river mouths. And yet it is in these coastal zones where the need for accuracy and reliability becomes crucial for planning socio-economic activities and for maintaining risk levels under present and future climate conditions.

A thorough characterisation of the physical processes taking place on the coastal region relies on the joint use of numerical modelling, in-situ observations and remote sensing, three approaches currently achieving rapid advances and which constitute the three basic pillars of this session. A coupled modelling approach to atmosphere, hydrodynamics and sediment transport, as well as the refinement of numerical strategies (nested meshes, finite-difference or finite-element discretization, variable grids, etc.), parameterizations and boundary conditions, can play a critical role in improving the quality of analyses and predictions. Marine observatories, providing the necessary information to drive and validate numerical models, are progressively aggregating into organised, trans-national infrastructures based on broadly accessible and interoperable data formats. The advent of new satellite capabilities (with increased resolution and enhanced technologies, like in the case of the Sentinel constellation) aiming at overcoming the typical limitations of remote sensing in coastal environments, allows starting a quantum leap in coastal oceanography. In fact, the joint use of these instruments can be particularly powerful for an increasing integration among the different aspects of coastal risk assessment, planning and response to climate change (as recommended by IPCC last reports).

This session proposes to discuss recent advances in these fields with emphasis on: integrated ocean-atmosphere-sediment modelling approaches and the physics of their coupling mechanisms; the hydrological, biogeochemical, geomorphological variability of coastal regions; the availability and use of coastal in-situ observations; and standards, procedures and data formats to make data ready for use in an integrated ocean processes monitoring system. We thus welcome presentations /posters also on: satellite/in-situ measurements, coastal assimilation, atmosphere-ocean-sediment model coupling and error/prediction limits as well as the contribution of coastal met-ocean science to operational oceanography. Applications to improve our knowledge on how these processes interact with coastal infrastructure or activities and applications of operational simulations combined with remote and in-situ data.

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Co-organized as NH5.8
Convener: Agustín Sánchez-Arcilla | Co-conveners: Davide Bonaldo, Sandro Carniel, Pablo Cerralbo, Emil Stanev
Orals
| Tue, 09 Apr, 08:30–10:15
 
Room N2
Posters
| Attendance Tue, 09 Apr, 10:45–12:30
 
Hall X4

Attendance time: Tuesday, 9 April 2019, 10:45–12:30 | Hall X4

Chairperson: Davide Bonaldo
X4.98 |
EGU2019-2617
Andrea Cucco, Jacobo Martin, Giovanni Quattrocchi, and Daniel Fernandez
X4.99 |
EGU2019-2822
Wind-surges level fluctuations in the North Caspian Sea
(withdrawn after no-show)
Victor Arkhipkin, Anna Pavlova, Stanislav Myslenkov, Natalia Sokolikhina, and Galina Surkova
X4.100 |
EGU2019-3128
Vilnis Frishfelds, Juris Sennikovs, and Uldis Bethers
X4.102 |
EGU2019-9297
Diana Kvaratskhelia, Demuri Demetrashvili, and Khatuna Chargazia
X4.103 |
EGU2019-9527
Roberta Di Lemma, Pierpaolo Falco, and Enrico Zambianchi
X4.104 |
EGU2019-10939
Jeffrey Book, Ana Rice, John Osborne, and Matthew Carrier
X4.105 |
EGU2019-11246
Elisa Cozzani, Paolo Oddo, Ines Borrione, Pierre-Marie Poulain, Andrea Storto, and Aniello Russo
X4.106 |
EGU2019-11480
Kuo-Hsin Tseng, Chung-Yen Kuo, and Che-Kwan Shum
X4.107 |
EGU2019-11659
Fangfang Kuang, Aijun Pan, Junpeng Zhang, and Kai Li
X4.108 |
EGU2019-13794
Anna Przyborska, Jaromir Jakacki, Daniel Rak, Jan Andrzejewski, Maciej Muzyka, and Michał Przyborski
X4.109 |
EGU2019-13876
Frank Schnaase, Svenja Kohnemann, and Günther Heinemann
X4.110 |
EGU2019-13943
Giovanni Esposito, Paola de Ruggiero, Stefano Pierini, and Enrico Zambianchi
X4.111 |
EGU2019-15212
Marc Mestres Ridge, Pablo Cerralbo, Manuel Espino, Agustin Sánchez-Arcilla, Marcos Garcia Sotillo, and Enrique Álvarez-Fanjul
X4.113 |
EGU2019-15511
Manuel Espino, Pablo Cerralbo, Marc Mestres, Manel Grifoll, Marcos Garcia-Sotillo, Enrique Alvarez, and Agustin Sanchez-Arcilla
X4.115 |
EGU2019-16159
Taavi Liblik, Urmas Lips, Kai Salm, and Age Arikas
X4.116 |
EGU2019-16713
Joanna Staneva, Sebastian Grayek, Anne Wiese, Arno Behrens, Marcel Ricker, and Corinna Schrum