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PACIFIC ISLANDS COASTAL INUNDATION FORECAST MODELING GUIDANCE WORKSHOP

Serving the Pacific Coastal Storm Forecast and Response Community


Hawai‘i Imin International Conference Center
University of Hawai‘i, Manoa
For more information Contact:
Dolan Eversole at eversole@hawaii.edu or (808) 956-9780
 

NEW   SUMMARY WHITE PAPER FROM WORKSHOP

WORKSHOP TOPICS

  • Development of operational coastal inundation forecast capability for Pacific Islands Region.
  • Overview of models for operational forecasts and modeling technical requirements
  • Solicit feedback from users in terms of functionality and requirements of an operational coastal inundation model in the Pacific Island

WORKSHOP DOCUMENTS

  • Workshop Agenda – (here)
  • Workshop Summary - (here)
  • Next Steps and Action Items – (here)

WORKSHOP PRESENTATIONS

Introduction / Openning Remarks by Jesse Feyen– (here)

Presentations: Needs for local forecast quidance and functional requirements 

  • Mike Cantin from NOAA NWS Pacific Region (Hawai‘i, Guam/Majuro/CNMI, A. Samoa – (here)
  • Danny Tengan from State Civil Defense – (here)
  • John Cummings from Dept of Emergency Management – (here)
  • Tom S mith From U.S. Army Corps – (here)

Presenations: ExistinG models used in the Pacific Islands region

  • Andre van der Westhuysen from NOAA NCEP (Wave Watch/SWAN) – (here)
  • Jesse Feyen from NOAA CSDL (SLOSH/ADCIRC) – (here)
  • Kwok Fai Cheung from University of Hawai‘i –(not currently available)
  • Jane Smith from USACE – (here)
  • Stan Goosby from Pacific Disaster Center – (here)