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International conference abstracts by Erik van Sebille

E.vanSebille@uu.nl | Institute for Marine and Atmospheric Research, Utrecht University, Netherlands.

2017 Conference abstracts

  1. Van Sebille, Lange and McAdam
    Tracking virtual plastic in our ocean: Introducing the Parcels Lagrangian code
    Oral presentation at the IAPSO Meeting, August 2017, in Cape Town, South Africa
  1. Van Sebille
    Lagrangian Ocean Analysis in the fine-resolution OFES model
    Invited oral presentation at the OFES meeting, March 2017 in Nagoya, Japan

2016 Conference abstracts

  1. Van Sebille, Wilcox, Sherman, Hardesty, and Law
    Mapping large-scale patchiness of ocean plastic pollution and its impacts on seabirds
    Oral presentation at the Challenger Meeting, September 2016, in Liverpool, UK
  1. Van Sebille, Wilcox, Lebreton, Maximenko, Sherman, Hardesty, van Franeker, Eriksen, Siegel, Galgani, and Law
    Modelling the global distribution and risk of small floating plastic debris
    Oral presentation at the MicroPlastic 2016 Meeting, May 2016, in Lanzarote, Spain
  1. Van Sebille, Wilcox, Sherman, Hardesty, and Law
    Modelling global distribution, risk and mitigation strategies of floating plastic pollution
    Oral presentation at the European Geosciences Union General Meeting, April 2016, in Vienna, Austria
  1. Van Sebille
    Dispersion and accumulation of plastic litter by ocean currents and eddies
    Oral presentation at the Mathematics of Dispersion in the Environment workshop, April 2016 in Birmingham, UK
  1. Van Sebille, Wilcox, Lebreton, Maximenko, Sherman, Hardesty, van Franeker, Eriksen, Siegel, Galgani, and Law
    Modelling the global distribution and risk of small floating plastic debris
    Oral presentation at the Ocean Sciences meeting, February 2016 in New Orleans, USA

2015 Conference abstracts

  1. Van Sebille
    Taking Lagrangian Ocean Modelling into the Petascale Age
    Oral presentation at the Challenger Ocean Modelling meeting, August 2015 in Cambridge, UK
  1. Van Sebille, Bull, Cetina Heredia, Ypma, Roughan and England
    Variability in the Australian Boundary Currents: connecting the East Australian and Leeuwin Currents
    Oral presentation at the International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics meeting, June 2015 in Prague, Czech Republic
  1. Van Sebille, Scussolini, Durgadoo, Peeters, Biastoch, Weijer, Turney, Paris, and Zahn
    On gateways, bottlenecks and drift: considering the global ocean circulation from a foram's perspective
    Keynote oral presentation at the RCMNS meeting on Mediterranean-Atlantic Gateways, May 2015 in Rabat, Morocco
  1. Van Sebille, Marsh, Peña-Izquierdo, Pelegrí, and McCarthy
    The fate of Mediterranean Outflow Water in the North Atlantic and its mixing with Labrador Sea Water
    Poster presentation at the RCMNS meeting on Mediterranean-Atlantic Gateways, May 2015 in Rabat, Morocco
  1. Van Sebille, Scussolini, Durgadoo, Peeters, Biastoch, Weijer, Turney, Paris, and Zahn
    Ocean currents generate large footprints in marine palaeoclimate proxies
    Oral presentation at the European Geophysical Union meeting, April 2015 in Vienna, Austria

2014 Conference abstracts

  1. Van Sebille, Hardesty and Wilcox
    Tracking plastic through the global ocean: assessing the risk to seabirds
    Oral presentation at the 2nd International Ocean Research Conference, November 2014 in Barcelona, Spain
  1. Van Sebille and England
    adrift.org.au: An interactive website about ocean currents and the pathways of marine plastic into the ocean garbage patches
    Poster presentation at the Ocean Sciences conference, February 2014 in Honolulu, Hawaii
  1. Van Sebille, Spence, Mazloff, England, Rintoul and Saenko
    Abyssal connections of Antarctic Bottom Water and the amalgamation of source waters in the Southern Ocean
    Poster presentation at the Ocean Sciences conference, February 2014 in Honolulu, Hawaii
  1. Van Sebille, Sprintall, Sen Gupta, Santoso, England, Boning, Biastoch and Schwarzkopf
    Pacific-to-Indian Ocean connectivity: roles of the Indonesian Throughflow and Tasman leakage
    Oral presentation at the AMOS annual conference, February 2014 in Hobart, Australia

2013 Conference abstracts

  1. Van Sebille
    Changes in the East Australian Current and its implications for marine ecosystems
    Oral presentation at the Greenhouse conference, October 2013 in Adelaide, Australia
  1. Van Sebille, England and Froyland
    Origin, Dynamics and Evolution of the Ocean Garbage Patches from Observed Surface Drifters
    Oral presentation at the AMSA annual conference, July 2013 in Gold Coast, Australia
  1. Van Sebille
    Tale of two leakages: the similarities between Tasman and Agulhas leakage
    Invited oral presentation at the Ocean Gateways Past and Present meeting, May 2013, Jerusalem, Israel
  1. Van Sebille and England
    Designing an integrated monitoring system for Tasman leakage
    Poster presentation at the AMOS annual conference, February 2013 in Melbourne, Australia
  1. Van Sebille, Spence, Mazloff, Rinoul, Saenko and England
    The formation and pathways of Antarctic Bottom Water in the SOSE fine-resolution ocean model
    Oral presentation at the AMOS annual conference, February 2013 in Melbourne, Australia

2012 Conference abstracts

  1. Van Sebille and England
    The effects of eddies on the millennial global overturning time scales of North Atlantic Deep Water
    Oral presentation at the AGU Fall Meeting, December 2012 in San Francisco, California
  1. Van Sebille and England
    Towards a Framework for Assessing Agulhas Leakage in the Real Ocean
    Invited oral presentation at the AGU Chapman conference on the Agulhas System, October 2012 in Stellenbosch, South Africa
  1. Van Sebille and England
    Using super-trajectories to study the millennial time scales of the global ocean circulation from an eddy-resolving model
    Oral presentation at the International Workshop on Set-Oriented Numerics in Dynamical Systems, September 2012 in Sydney, Australia
  1. Van Sebille and England
    The dynamics of tasman leakage in a high-resolution model
    Oral presentation at the 10th International Conference on Southern Hemisphere Meteorology and Oceanography,
    April 2012 in Noumea, New-Caledonia
  1. Van Sebille, Johns, Beal, and England
    The Global Ocean Circulation on both Eddy-Resolving and Millennial Scales
    Invited oral presentation at the AMOS annual conference, January 2012 in Sydney, Australia

2011 Conference abstracts

  1. Van Sebille, Baringer, Johns, Meinen, Beal, De Jong, and Van Aken
    The subtropical signal of Labrador Sea Water variability and the leakiness of the Deep Western Boundary Current
    Oral presentation at the European Geosciences Union meeting in, April 2011 in Vienna, Austria

2010 Conference abstracts

  1. Van Sebille, Biastoch, Van Leeuwen, and De Ruijter
    Assessing Agulhas leakage
    Oral presentation at the US AMOC meeting, June 2010 in Miami, FL
  1. Van Sebille, Johns, Beal, Lumpkin, and Willis
    On the spatial patterns of the gyre heat flux
    Poster presentation at the US AMOC meeting, June 2010 in Miami, FL
  1. Van Sebille, Biastoch, Van Leeuwen, and De Ruijter
    Assessing Agulhas leakage
    Invited oral presentation at the Ocean Sciences meeting, February 2010 in Portland, OR

2009 Conference abstracts

  1. Van Sebille, Biastoch, Barron, Van Leeuwen, and De Ruijter
    Agulhas leakage properties inferred from numerical Lagrangian drifters in a 1/10th degree model
    Winner of Best Student Oral Presentation Award
    Oral presentation at the 9th International Conference on Southern Hemisphere Meteorology and Oceanography meeting
    February 2009 in Melbourne, Australia

2008 Conference abstracts

  1. Van Sebille, De Ruijter, Van Leeuwen, and Vossepoel
    An index for the inter-annual variability in Agulhas Leakage
    Oral presentation at the Ocean Sciences meeting, March 2008 in Orlando, FL

2007 Conference abstracts

  1. Van Sebille, De Ruijter, Van Leeuwen, and Vossepoel
    Sensitivity of the Agulhas recirculation to wind stress changes
    Poster presentation at the European Geosciences Union meeting, April 2007 in Vienna, Austria