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Suggested Citation:"Appendix II Symposium Program." National Research Council. 1991. Symposium on Tactical Oceanography: Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, California, 12-15 March 1990. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/9945.
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Suggested Citation:"Appendix II Symposium Program." National Research Council. 1991. Symposium on Tactical Oceanography: Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, California, 12-15 March 1990. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/9945.
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Suggested Citation:"Appendix II Symposium Program." National Research Council. 1991. Symposium on Tactical Oceanography: Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, California, 12-15 March 1990. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/9945.
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Suggested Citation:"Appendix II Symposium Program." National Research Council. 1991. Symposium on Tactical Oceanography: Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, California, 12-15 March 1990. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/9945.
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Appendix 11 TACTICAL OCEANOGRAPHY SYMPOSIUM Naval Postgraduate School Monterey, California ~ 2 - ~ 5 March ~ 990 (Symposium Classification - SECRET) Objectives: Familiarize the academic oceanographic community with Navy activities and operational requirements Identify the ability of present research to respond to Navy operational requirements Identify future research needed to prepare future operational requirements 11

Monday. 12 March 0830-1700 Tactical OceanouranhY awaroame. at Root Hall o Session Chairman Dr. John G. Sclater, Chairman, Ocean Studies Board o Welcoming Remarks RADM Ralph W. West, Jr., Superintendent, NPS Dr. Curtis A. Collins, Chair, NPS Oceanography Department o Introductory Remarks and Symposium Objectives Mr. Robert S. Winokur, Technical Director, OP-096T o Keynote Addresses - Navy Overview RADM Richard F. Pittenger, Oceanographer of the Navy RADM John R. Wilson, Jr., Chief of Naval Research 1200-1330 Lunch at Naval Posturaduate School 1330-1730 Operational Use and Needs Session 0 Co-Rapporteurs Dr. Craig E. Dorman, Director, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Dr. Arthur E. Bisson, Technical Advisor, OP-02T 0 Toptcs/Speakers Soviet View Air Operations Arctic Submarine Operations Submarine ASW Operations Undersea Surveillance Systems Tactical Decision Aids 1930 Dinner at Naval Postgraduate School o Speaker Ms. Linda Mays (NTIC) CAPT. E. R. Enterline (PATWINGFIVE) CAPT C.E. Armitage (AS L) CAPT R.W. Mies (COIVISUBDEVRON 12) CAPT l.H. Coen (OP-24) CAPT J.P. Davis (OP-713) Dr. Walter H. Munk, Professor of Geophysics, Scripps Institution of Oceanography Wednesdav. 14 March 0800-0900 Operational Use and Needs Session (Continued) a Topics/Speakers Surface ASW Operations, CAPT Lee Gunn (COMDESRON 31) Session Overview, Dr. Dorman and Dr. Bisson 12

0915-1200 Data Bases and Needs - LEA & VLF Session a o Co-Rapporteurs Dr. Donald Durham, Technical Director, COMNAVOCEANCOM Dr. John A. Orcutt, Chairman, Navy Panel, Ocean Studies Board Topice/Speakers Critical Sea Test Results V~F/LFA Data Bases from and Operational Perspective The Statistical Characterization of the Sea Floor Realistic Signal Processing and the High Gain Initiatwe 1200-1300 Lunch at Naval Postgraduate School 1 300-1 530 a o 1 545-1 800 o Mr. T. M. Higbee (SPAWARSYSCOM) Dr. W.J. Jobst (NAVOCEANO) Dr. T.H. Jordan (MIT) Dr. A.B. Baggeroer (MIT) Acoustic Models Session Co-Rapporteurs Dr. William B. Moseley, Technical Director, NOARL Dr. Robert Spindel, Director, APL/UW Toptcs/Speakers Introduction and Overview Matched Field/WRAP USA: State of Modeling EFA: Development systems/Modelling OF Passive Modelling U Simulation Ocean Predicting Session Mr. E.D. Chaika (ONR) Dr. W.A. Kuperman (NRL) Dr. E.R. Franchi (NOARL) Dr. W.H. Marsh (NOSC) Dr. S.A. Chin-Bing (NOARL) Mr. E. Gough (APL/UW) Co-Rapporteurs CAPT Jack d. Jensen, Commanding Officer, FLTNUMOCEANCEN Dr. James J. O'Brien, Department of Meteorology, FSU Topics/Speakers Large Scale Ocean Modelling Operational Navy Models Dr. H.E. Hurlburt (NOARL) Mr. M. Clancy (FLTNUMOCEANCEN) Nowcasting 8 Forecasting for Tactical Oceanography Dr. A. Robinson (Harvard) Ocean Data Assimilation Dr. M. Ghil (UCLA) The Future of Models and Computers Dr. A.J. Semtner (NPS) 13

Thursdav' 15 March 0800-1030 Remote Sensino Session a o 1045-1230 o 1330-1600 Tours Co-Rapporteure Mr. Albert E. Pressman, Remote Sensing Branch, NOARL Academic Representative to be announced Topics/Speakers Automated Ocean Mesoscale Analysis Using Artificial Intelligence Naval Operational Ocean Analysis of Satellite Data Application of Synthetic Aperture Radar for Polar Ice Analysis Academic Topics/Speakers to be announced Panel Discussion and wrap-up Session Dr. R.J. Holyer (NOARL) CDR J.H. Corbin (NAVOCEANO) Dr. R.A. Shuchman (ERIM) Moderators Mr. Robert S. Winokur, Technical Director, OP-096T Dr. Eric O. Hartwig, Director, Ocean Sciences Division, ONR Participants Dr. Bisson/Dr. Dorman Dr. Durham/Dr. Orcutt Dr. Moseley/Dr. Spindel CART Jensen/Dr. O'Brien Mr. Pressman/TBD Fleet Numerical Oceanography Center (FLTNUMOCEANCEN) Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) Symposium Coordinators: Dr. Stewart B. Nelson, Office of the Oceanographer of the Navy, (202) 653-1295 Ms. Mary Hope Katsouros, NAS, Ocean Studies Board, (202) 334-2714 14

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