Operational ocean data assimilation/prediction system for the western North Pacific at JMA

Kotaro Mine (Japan Meteorological Agency, Japan)

CoAuthors

Mikitoshi Hirabara (Japan Meteorological Agency, Japan); Hiroaki Asai (Japan Meteorological Agency, Japan); Hiromu Kobayashi (Japan Meteorological Agency, Japan); Toshiyuki Sakurai (Japan Meteorological Agency, Japan)

Event: 2019 Ocean Surface Topography Science Team Meeting

Session: Others (poster only)

Presentation type: Type Poster

Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA) has been routinely operating an ocean data assimilation and prediction system for the western North Pacific (MOVE/MRI.COM-WNP*) developed by the Meteorological Research Institute (JMA/MRI) since March 2008. The operational system assimilates Jason-3, SARAL/AltiKa and CryoSat-2 along-track sea level anomaly (SLA) data from CMEMS, in addition to in situ temperature and salinity observations, and daily SST analysis (MGDSST**).
This poster will show the outline of MOVE/MRI.COM-WNP system and the impact of using additional SLA data (Sentinel-3A/B).

* Multivariate Ocean Variational Estimation system / Meteorological Research Institute Community Ocean Model for the Western North Pacific, Usui et al. 2006
** Merged satellite and in-situ data Global Daily SST
 

Poster show times:

Room Start Date End Date
The Gallery Tue, Oct 22 2019,16:15 Tue, Oct 22 2019,18:00
The Gallery Thu, Oct 24 2019,14:00 Thu, Oct 24 2019,15:45
Kotaro Mine
Japan Meteorological Agency
Japan
mine@met.kishou.go.jp