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CURSO DE PÓS-GRADUAÇÃO
COSTEIROS E OCEÂNICOS
EM
SISTEMAS
Centro de Estudos do Mar - Setor Ciências da Terra - UFPR
Avn. Beira-mar, s/nº - Pontal do Sul – Pontal do Paraná – Paraná - Brasil
Tel. (41) 3511-8644 - Fax (41) 3511-8648 - www.cem.ufpr.br/pgsisco - E-mail: [email protected]
FICHA DE INFORMAÇÕES DE DISCIPLINAS OPTATIVAS
Nome da disciplina
INTRODUCTION TO DYNAMICAL OCEANOGRAPHY AND
SHELF SEA MODELING
Professor Responsável
Maurício Almeida Noernberg
Professor(es) Convidado(s)
Thomas Pohlmann, Institute of Oceanography, Hamburg University
Carga horária
60 hs
Créditos
2
Período e horário
30set a 11out13: 09:00 - 12:00 14:00 - 16:00
Local onde a disciplina será ministrada
CEM
Número de vagas ofertadas
15
Pré-requisitos para cursar a disciplina
Alunos do PGSISCO - SCO701
Outros: Conhecimento de Oceanografia Física
Idioma: Inglês
Esta disciplina será ministrada em conjunto com curso de graduação ou
outro PPG ?
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CURSO DE PÓS-GRADUAÇÃO
COSTEIROS E OCEÂNICOS
EM
SISTEMAS
Centro de Estudos do Mar - Setor Ciências da Terra - UFPR
Avn. Beira-mar, s/nº - Pontal do Sul – Pontal do Paraná – Paraná - Brasil
Tel. (41) 3511-8644 - Fax (41) 3511-8648 - www.cem.ufpr.br/pgsisco - E-mail: [email protected]
Descrição da Disciplina
PROGRAMA
30/09/13 - Introduction to Dynamical Oceanography (Lecture).
Hydrodynamic system, earth’s rotation)
01/10/13 - Introduction to Dynamical Oceanography (Lecture).
Governing equations, approximations
02/10/13- Introduction to Dynamical Oceanography (Lecture).
Ekman dynamics
03/10/13- Introduction to Dynamical Oceanography (Lecture).
Barotropic waves, potential vorticity, barotropic instabilities
04/10/13 - Introduction to Dynamical Oceanography (Lecture).
Baroclinic waves, quasi-geostrophy, baroclinic instabilities
05/10/13-06/10/13 – Weekend
07/10/13 - Hydrodynamical modeling of shelf regions.
Application to the Northwest-European Shelf
08/10/13- Hydrodynamical modeling of shelf regions.
Application to Asian waters (China, Vietnam, Indonesia)
09/10/13 –Regional Downscaling of global Climate Change Scenarios for shelf
seas.
10/10/13- Simulation of pollutant transport and larvae dispersion in the North
Sea.
11/10/13- Final Seminars
CURSO DE PÓS-GRADUAÇÃO
COSTEIROS E OCEÂNICOS
EM
SISTEMAS
Centro de Estudos do Mar - Setor Ciências da Terra - UFPR
Avn. Beira-mar, s/nº - Pontal do Sul – Pontal do Paraná – Paraná - Brasil
Tel. (41) 3511-8644 - Fax (41) 3511-8648 - www.cem.ufpr.br/pgsisco - E-mail: [email protected]
BIBLIOGRAFIA
Papers used during the course
1. Cushman-Rosin, B., J.-M. Beckers, (2011): Introduction to
Geophysical Fluid Dynamics, Volume 101, Second Edition: Physical and
Numerical Aspects (International Geophysics)
References:
2. Pohlmann, T., (2006): A meso-scale model of the central and southern
North Sea: consequences of an improved resolution. Continental Shelf
Research 26, 2367 – 2385.
3. Ilyina, T., T. Pohlmann, G. Lammel, J. Sündermann, (2006): A fate
and transport ocean model for persistent organic pollutants and its
application to the North Sea. Journal of Marine Systems 63, 1-19.
4. Ilyina, T., T. Pohlmann, G. Lammel, (2008): Mass Budgets and
Contribution of Individual Sources and Sinks to the Abundance of
gamma-HCH, alpha-HCH and PCB-153 in the North Sea. Chemosphere
72, 1132-1137.
5. Kühn, W., M.A. Peck, H.-H. Hinrichsen, U. Daewel, A. Moll, T.
Pohlmann, C. Stegert, S. Tamm, (2008): Spatial and temporal changes
in the habitat suitability of the German Bight (southern North Sea) for
larval sprat: An IBM approach using size-structured prey fields, Journal
of Marine Systems 74, 329-342.
6. Rixen, T., A. Baum, T. Pohlmann, W. Balzer, J. Samiaji, C. Jose,
(2008): The Siak, a tropical black water river in central Sumatra on the
verge of anoxia. Biogeochemistry 90, 129-140.
7. Su, J., T. Pohlmann, (2009): Wind-topography interaction in an
upwelling system in the eastern Hainan coast, in press, Journal of
Geophysical Research, doi:10.1029/2008JC005018.
8. Putri, M. R., T. Pohlmann, (2009): ,Hydrodynamic and Transport Model
of the Siak Estuary. Asian Journal of Water, Environment and Pollution
6, 76-80.
9. Peck, M. A., W. Kühn, H.-H. Hinrichsen and T. Pohlmann, (2009):
The drift of fish eggs and yolksac larvae in the North Sea: A biophysical
modeling approach exploring climate impacts on different species.:
Scientia Marina 73, 23-36.
10. Song, D., T. Pohlmann, D. Wu, X. Chen, X. Lin, (2010): The Role of
sea water viscidity in modelling the vertical movement of internal waves.
Ocean Modelling 34, 63-69.
11. Mayer, B., P. Damm, T. Pohlmann, S. Rizal (2010): What is driving the
ITF? An illumination of the Indonesian throughflow with a numerical
nested model system. Dynamics of Atmopheres and Oceans 50, 301312.
12. Rixen T., Baum, A., Sepryani, H., Pohlmann, T., Jose C, Samiaji,J.
(2010): Dissolved oxygen and its response to eutrophication in a
tropical black water river. J. of Environmental Management 91, 17301737.
13. Meyer, E., T. Pohlmann, R. Weisse (2011): Thermodynamic variability
CURSO DE PÓS-GRADUAÇÃO
COSTEIROS E OCEÂNICOS
EM
SISTEMAS
Centro de Estudos do Mar - Setor Ciências da Terra - UFPR
Avn. Beira-mar, s/nº - Pontal do Sul – Pontal do Paraná – Paraná - Brasil
Tel. (41) 3511-8644 - Fax (41) 3511-8648 - www.cem.ufpr.br/pgsisco - E-mail: [email protected]
and change in the North Sea (1948-2007) derived from a multidecadal
hindcast. Journal of Marine Systems 86, 35-44.
14. Yu, H., X. Chen, X. Bao, T. Pohlmann, D. Wu (2011): A Novel High
Resolution Model without Open Boundary Conditions Applied to the
China Seas: First Investigation on Tides. Acta Oceanologica Sinica 29,
12-25.
15. Su, J., J. Wang, T. Pohlmann, D. Xu (2011): The response of eastern
Hainan shelf to the upwelling events during summer 2007-08. Ocean
Dynamics. DOI 10.1007/s10236-011-0404-9.
16. Sündermann, J., T. Pohlmann (2011): A brief analysis of North Sea
physics. Oceanologia 53, 663-689. doi: 10.5697/oc.53-3.663.
17. Fan, X., F. Zhou, X. Chen, D. Huang T. Pohlmann (2011): The
influence of the Three-Gorges Dam on hydrographic and hydrodynamic
conditions of the East China Sea. Acta Oceanologica Sinica 30, 45-55,
DOI: 10.1007/s13131-011-0146-z.
18. Alheit, J., T. Pohlmann, M. Casini, W. Greve, R. Hinrichs, M. Mathis,
K. O’Driscoll, R. Vorberg, C. Wagner (2011): Climate variability drives
anchovies and sardines into North Sea and Baltic Sea. Progress in
Oceanography, DOI: 10.1016/j.pocean.2011.11.015.
19. Petitgas, P., J. Alheit, M. A. Peck, K. Raab, X. Irigoien, M. Huret, J.
van der Kooij, T. Pohlmann, C. Wagner, I. Zarraonaindia, M. DickeyCollas (2012): Phoenix reborn? Exploring the dynamics of anchovy
expansion in the North Sea. Marine Ecology Progress Series 444, DOI::
10.3354/meps09451
20. Su, J., Xu, M.Q., Pohlmann, T., Xu, D.F. and Wang, D.R., 2012. A
western boundary upwelling system response to recent climate variation
(1960 - 2006). Continental Shelf Research, in press.
21. O’Driscoll, K., B. Mayer, T. Ilyina, T. Pohlmann (2012): Modelling the
cycling of persistent organic pollutants (POPs) in the North Sea system:
fluxes, loading, seasonality, trends. Journal of Marine Systems,
accepted.
22. Hufnagl, M., M.A. Peck, R.D.M. Nash, T. Pohlmann, A.D. Rijnsdorp
(2012): Changes in potential North Sea spawning grounds of plaice
(Pleuronectes platessa L.) based on early life stage connectivity to
nursery habitats. Journal of Sea Research, accepted.

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