1. Dr. Gregg Jacobs talks about how ocean circulation models are essential tools for developing ocean forecasts and also assist in understanding oceanic pollutant dispersion.

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  2. Dr. Clint Dawson discusses coastal circulation regarding the Deepwater Horizon event and some of the steps being taken better understand the behavior of oil in the ocean.

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  3. Dr. Andrew Poje discusses hydrocarbon plume dynamics and their role in oil tranport prediction in the ocean.

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  4. Dr. Bruce Lipphardt briefly disucusses ocean circulation and the importance of detecting high-dispersion ocean regions in the event of an oil spill.

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  5. The Consortium for Advanced Research on Transport of Hydrocarbon in the Environment (CARTHE) led by Dr. Tamay Ӧzgökmen at the University of Miami (UM) is conducting the largest-scale experiment of its kind in the Gulf. The summer of 2012, over the course of a week, Dr. Brian Haus (UM) and his research team will deploy 300 custom-made drifters near the Deepwater Horizon site and Louisiana coast. The release of drifters, known as the Grand Lagrangian Deployment, or GLAD for short, is an essential first step to study the complex and elusive surface ocean currents that transport pollutants, like hydrocarbons. In preparation for the real experiment, CARTHE research teams have conducted tests, featured here, to improve drifter deployment and their decision-making process in selecting the best methods to release the drifters – a critical component for the success of this project.

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