Ocean Waves Workshop 2013

The 2013 Ocean Waves Workshop was held on Thursday, February 28, 2013, 9:00 - 4:00, at the Lindy Boggs International Conference Center, University of New Orleans.

Workshop Goals:

  • Explore recent advances in using wave information to support operations.
  • Share & discuss lessons learned and scenarios encountered that relate to wave forces.
  • Provide a forum for scientists, engineers, and managers to explore the issues relevant to ocean waves.

Suggested citation:
Nichols, C. R. and R. G. Williams (Eds.). 2013. Proceedings of Ocean Waves Workshop. New Orleans, LA: University of New Orleans. Available online. URL: http://scholarworks.uno.edu/oceanwaves/2013


The Ocean Waves Workshop is dedicated to the memory of Theodore Robert Mettlach (1951-2011).

Browse the contents of Ocean Waves Workshop 2013:

Introduction: A Touch of History - Lake Pontchartrain and the Higgins Boat
Session 1 - Use of wave measurements to save lives and protect property
Session 2 - Development of wave modeling framework to support operations
Session 3 - Recent advances and issues in wave buoy technologies
Session 4 - Accessibility of wave information for scientists, engineers, and managers