Modeling Marine Ecosystems At Multiple Scales Using Julia

07/25/2021, 2:00 PM5:00 PM UTC
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Abstract:

Life in the oceans is strongly connected to our climate. In this workshop, you will learn to use packages from the JuliaOcean and JuliaClimate organizations that provide a foundation for studying marine ecosystems across a wide range of scales. We will first run agent-based models to explore individual microbes and processes that drive species interactions. On the other end of the model hierarchy, we will simulate planetary-scale transports that control ocean biogeography and climate change.

Description:

Packages covered in this workshop will include:

  • AIBECS.jl : global steady-state biogeochemistry and gridded transport models that run fast for long time scales (centuries or even millenia).
  • PlanktonIndividuals.jl : local to global agent based model, particluarly suited to study microbial communities, plankton physiology, and nutrient cycles.
  • IndividualDisplacements.jl : local to global particle tracking, for simulating dispersion, connectivity, transports in the ocean or atmosphere, etc.
  • MITgcmTools.jl : interface to full-featured, fortran-based, general circulation model and its output (transports, chemistry, ecology, ocean, seaice, atmosphere, and more).

The workshop's first two hours will be organized around tutorials and self-contained Pluto notebooks for the different packages.

The third hour will provide the opportunity for attendees to further explore the models in breakout rooms and via exercises.

Workshop schedule in more detail:

  • Introduction of the topics covered, presenters, installation, and workshop roadmap (15 minutes).

  • AIBECS.jl : concept, implementation, tutorial workthough (20 minutes + 10' for questions)

  • PlanktonIndividuals.jl : concept, implementation, tutorial workthough (20 minutes + 10' for questions)

  • IndividualDisplacements.jl : concept, implementation, tutorial workthough (10 minutes + 10' for questions)

  • MITgcmTools.jl : concept, implementation, tutorial workthough (10 minutes + 10' for questions)

  • 5-minute break

  • breakout rooms for deeper dive in tutorials, exercises, or trying out your own idea with guidance from the presenters (1 hour)

Workshop materials will be made available ahead of time @ https://github.com/JuliaOcean/MarineEcosystemsJuliaCon2021.jl

Platinum sponsors

Julia Computing

Gold sponsors

Relational AI

Silver sponsors

Invenia LabsConningPumas AIQuEra Computing Inc.King Abdullah University of Science and TechnologyDataChef.coJeffrey Sarnoff

Media partners

Packt Publication

Fiscal Sponsor

NumFOCUS