Ocean Science Meeting

  • February 29, 2024
  • Event Announcement,Home Page Feature
  • The Ocean Sciences Meeting (OSM) is the global leader in ocean sciences conferences. It is a biannual meeting co-sponsored by the American Geophysical Union (AGU), the Association for the Sciences of Limnology and Oceanography (ASLO), and The Oceanography Society (TOS). Every two years, the Ocean Sciences Meeting unifies the ocean’s community to share findings, connect scientists from around the world, and advance the impact of science. The 2024 meeting took place in New Orleans, LA, 18-23 February 2024.

    OSM features a diverse set of subjects, from physical oceanographic processes to ocean biogeochemistry to education and outreach to societal impacts. Sessions cover the full range of time and spatial scales in the ocean, from the deep ocean to the coastal ocean. At this years OSM, numerous E3SM focused presentations and posters were given (see below). Presentations and posters featured science from the E3SM project itself and a number of E3SM ecosystem projects (e.g., SciDAC and Early Career). Notably, OSM24 included the first public presentation on initial OMEGA progress, the new E3SM Exascale capable ocean model.

    E3SM team members Mark Petersen, Steven Brus, and PhD student Jeremy Lilly chaired the session, “Numerical Methods in Computational Oceanography”, which included both oral and poster sessions. The oral session was extremely well attended, with 200 attendees and speakers from DOE, NOAA, NCAR, and university research groups.

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