Closing symposium for COHERENS training - Application of circulation models in coastal shelf seas
On Tuesday 27 October, 1 Colombian and 3 Peruvian trainees presented the results of their training on the application of circulation models in coastal shelf seas.
|Geographical coverage||Peru, Colombia,|
|Keywords||modelling, marine environment,|
The trainees stayed for one month at UGMM thanks to funding from the CEBioS programme (except the Colombian researcher who was self-funded).
The presentations were the following:
Use of the COHERENS model for the study of physical processes in the bay of Paracas, Peru, by Elsy Ticse de la Torre - IMARPE
An Integrative Approach to Oceanic and Coastal Research in the Northern Ecosystem of the Humboldt Current / Use of the COHERENS Model to investigate physical, chemical and biological processes in the management of coastal marine ecosystems by Jorge Quispe Sánchez – IMARPE
- Study of hydrodynamics in Chimbote and Callao Bay, Peru, by Katherine Vasquez - IMARPE
Ocean Modelling with COHERENS - Two cases of study: Rosario Island, Colombia and Gerlache Strait, Antartic, by Tatiana Rodríguez Tobar from Colombia.
Please note that this information has expired.