Special Issue "AI for Marine, Ocean and Climate Change Monitoring"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (15 June 2023) | Viewed by 19303
Interests: physical oceanography and global climate change via artificial intelligence; observation and integrated Earth-system modeling
Interests: ocean colour; machine learning; SNAP
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The oceans’ huge ability to absorb excess heat has important implications for the Earth's climate system. Higher sea levels, changes in ocean circulation and ocean biogeochemistry are some of the major consequences of ocean warming and melting glaciers. Due to complex feedbacks and climate connections, there is a growing interest in observing these ocean processes from space and modeling them by integrating new advanced statistical/machine learning and AI techniques, which may aid in the identification and prediction of such mechanisms.
Within this context, we invite submissions focusing on the skillful analysis and prediction of ocean-related processes through artificial neural networks and other machine learning approaches or their combination in hybrid dynamical–statistical methods. Contributions on remote sensing and modeling approaches designed to improve forecasting across various temporal scales and understanding sources of uncertainty/error in the model predictions are also welcome.
This Special Issue includes, but is not limited to, the following topics of interest:
- Global and regional climate change monitoring;
- Remote sensing and modeling of the oceans;
- Data-driven and machine learning algorithms;
- Data analysis, explainability, and prediction methods;
- Process-based modeling, integration, and fusion.
Dr. Veronica Nieves
Dr. Ana B. Ruescas
Dr. Raphaëlle Sauzède
Manuscript Submission Information
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- machine learning and hybrid models
- ocean remote sensing techniques
- climate change and feedbacks
- physical oceanography
- marine biogeochemistry