The purpose of this workshop is to bring together scientists from
diverse disciplines who are actively working at the intersection of
fluid dynamics and biogeochemistry with a focus on the Southern Ocean.
Advances on this topic are expected to accelerate as numerical models
extend to higher resolutions, novel observational tools including
autonomous vehicles and Bio-Argo floats are deployed and data arising
from a number of intensive field programs become available. The meeting
aims to summarize our current understanding of the physical, chemical
and biological processes critical to governing Southern Ocean
circulation and marine ecosystems, and then to identify key open
questions where collaboration across multiple disciplines is needed.
Please note that this is an invitation-only workshop.