Additional existing activities which have been identified by the Consortium would benefit from collaboration with GlobWave (and vice-versa). Some activities are not wave related but there would be significant benefits resulting from collaboration on parallel techniques in another domain i.e. Cal/Val, sea surface temperature, observation network design.
The National Environmental Satellite, Data and Information Service (NESDIS) provides timely access to global environmental data from satellites and other sources (e.g. in situ) to promote, protect and enhance the US economy, security and quality of life.
The Global Observation Assimilation Experiment (GODAE) allows analysis of temperature, salinity and velocity profiles of the ocean to support climate forecasts and oceanographic research.
COASTALT is a project funded by ESA, with the main objective to move pulse-limited coastal Altimetry towards an operational status by defining and testing a new coastal radar Altimeter product so that ESA can routinely generate and distribute the Envisat coastal Altimetry product.
The Prediction Of Waves, Wakes and Offshore Wind (POW'WOW) was an initiative funded by the European Commision to harmonise the approach to offshore wind and wave modelling and to help the wake research communities by establishing virtual laboratories (ViLabs), creating expert groups and setting up specialised workshops with a focus on key topics within the wake user community.
The Data INtegration System for Eutrophication Assessment (INSEA) in coastal waters is a project aimed at the analysis of excessive plant growth in coastal regions, caused by water bodies receiving excessive nutrients (e.g. nitrogen, phosphorous) assessment of coastal related activities which combine models with satellite and in-situ measurements.