Design and development of Remotely Operated Unmanned Surface Vehicle for Oceanographic studies
Teppala Vikranth, Andhra University college of science and technology
R. Srinivasan, National Institute of Ocean Technology
S.S.V.S Rama Krishna, Andhra University college of science and technology
Killampalli Rajesh, Andhra University college of science and technology

Keywords: Latent heat flux; Sensible heat flux; SST; surface salinity; East Indian Coastal Current; Estuary; Remotely operated unmanned surface vehicle.

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Intraseasonal Variability of Sea Surface Temperature in the Sea of Oman and the Arabian Sea: Argo Study
Sartaj Khan, Harbin Engineering University
Piao Shengchun, Harbin Engineering University
Xu Bingchen, Harbin Engineering University
Imran Khan, Harbin Engineering University
Song Yang, Harbin Engineering University

Keywords: Sea Surface Temperature; Intraseasonal Variability; Monsoon; Arabian Sea; Sea of Oman; Argo

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Minke Whale Detection in Underwater Imagery using Classification CNNs
Dmitry Konovalov, James Cook University
Natalie Swinhoe, James Cook University
Dina Efremova, James Cook University
Alastair Birtles, James Cook University
Martha Kusetic, James Cook University
Suzanne Hillcoat, James Cook University
Matt Curnock, James Cook University
Genevieve Williams, James Cook University
Marcus Sheaves, James Cook University

Keywords: Computer vision; Object detection; Deep learning; Whales; Minke whales

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Region Proposal and Regression Network for Fishing Spots Detection from Sea Temperature Data
An Fu, Kyoto University
Kalpesh Patil, Kyoto University
Masaaki Iiyama, Kyoto University

Keywords: Fishing Detection, Sea Temperature, Machine Learning.

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Sea Surface Temperature Nowcasting with 3-channel Convolutional LSTM
Zeyang Xin, Kyoto Unviersity
Kalpesh Patil, Kyoto Unviersity
Motoharu Sonogashira, Kyoto University
Masaaki Iiyama, Kyoto Unviersity

Keywords: Sea Surface Temperature, Conv LSTM

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Slocum Glider Observations of the Subsurface Chlorophyll-a Maximum on the Texas Continental Shelf Boundary
Brian Buckingham, Geochemical and Environmental Research Group, Texas A&M University
Kerri Whilden, Geochemical and Environmental Research Group, Texas A&M University
Michael Shields, Geochemical and Environmental Research Group, Texas A&M University
Yina Liu, Geochemical and Environmental Research Group, Texas A&M University
Steven DiMarco, Texas A&M University
Anthony Knap, Geochemical and Environmental Research Group, Texas A&M University

Keywords: chlorophyll fluorescence, optical sensing, autonomous underwater vehicles, gliders, operational oceanography, Gulf of Mexico

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Statistical Methods in Ocean Prediction
Yuxin Zhao, College of Intelligent Systems Science and Engineering,Harbin Engineering University
Dequan Yang, College of Intelligent Systems Science and Engineering,Harbin Engineering University
Zhongjie He, College of Intelligent Systems Science and Engineering,Harbin Engineering University
Chang Liu, College of Intelligent Systems Science and Engineering,Harbin Engineering University
Rixu Hao, College of Intelligent Systems Science and Engineering,Harbin Engineering University
Jianxin He, College of Intelligent Systems Science and Engineering,Harbin Engineering University

Keywords: ocean predictions; statistical methods; artificial intelligence; deep learning

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The Autocorrelation Function obtained from the Pierson-Moskowitz Spectrum
Wen Yang, ZJU
Yuke Liang, ZJU
Jianxing Leng, ZJU
Ming Li, ZJU

Keywords: Autocorrelation function; Pierson-Moskowitz spectrum; Meijer G-Function;Fourier transform

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Towards Bayesian Ocean Physical-Biogeochemical-Acidification Prediction and Learning Systems for Massachusetts Bay
Patrick Haley, MIT
Abhinav Gupta, MIT
Chris Mirabito, MIT
Pierre Lermusiaux, MIT

Keywords: uncertainty quantification; Bayesian learning; Gaussian mixture models

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Using Autonomous Vehicles to Estimate Vertical Fluxes and Remineralization Rates of Organic Matter in the Ocean: A Conceptual Approach
Meredith Meyer, Virginia Institute of Marine Science
Walker Smith, Shanghai Jiao Tong University

Keywords: carbon flux; remineralization; particulate organic carbon; gliders;

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