The OPA Division deals with the development of models and methods for interdisciplinary research on marine operational forecasting, on the interactions between coastal areas and the open ocean, on the development of services and applications for all maritime economy sectors, including transport, security and management of coastal areas and marine resources, in the context of climate change adaptation problems.
OPA Division, in coordination with ODA Division, coordinates the European Copernicus Marine Environment Monitoring Service (CMEMS, http://marine.copernicus.eu/) Monitoring Forecasting Center for the Mediterranean Sea (http://marine.copernicus.eu/about-us/about-producers/med-mfc/) and develops and maintains the physical modelling part of the CMEMS Monitoring Forecasting Center for the Black Sea (http://marine.copernicus.eu/about-us/about-producers/bs-mfc/).
To learn more, please visit the Ocean-Lab website.
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Ivano Barletta, Salvatore Causio
A Modelling Approach for the Assessment of Wave-Currents Interaction in the Black Sea
Understanding Sea Level Processes During Western Mediterranean Storm Gloria
Pérez-Gómez B., García-León M., García-Valdecasas J., Clementi E., Mösso Aranda C., Pérez-Rubio S., Masina S., Coppini G., Molina-Sánchez R., Muñoz-Cubillo A., García Fletcher A., Sánchez González J.F., Sánchez-Arcilla A., Álvarez Fanjul E.
2021, Frontiers in Marine Science, DOI: 0.3389/fmars.2021.647437, web page
A multi-model architecture based on Long-Short Term Memory neural networks for multi-step sea level forecasting
Accarino G., Chiarelli M., Fiore S., Federico I., Causio S., Coppini G., Aloisio G.
2021, Future Generation Computer Systems, Volume 124, November 2021, Pages 1-9, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.future.2021.05.008, web page