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Title: a Right Whale Staccato on Wellfleet beach, Cape Cod, MA'


1
a) Right Whale Staccato on Wellfleet beach, Cape
Cod, MA. b) Predicted possible strike locations.
The colored ellipses estimate the areas from
which Staccato could have drifted to the location
at which it was discovered dead (the star), for
10 time instants. The gray circle around the star
is 2km in radius. The gray lines show the normal
ship paths from the Cape Cod Canal to Boston or
out to the Atlantic.
2
Predictions for the Egypt Air Flight 990
Accident. a) Map of the area. b) Paths of
potential floating debris, as predicted by the
data-driven HOPS model. Twelve hour intervals are
colored by asterisks. Bottom contours are labeled
in feet.
3
Predictions of Prestige Oil Spills during
December 2002, in the coastal regions of Portugal
and Spain. Shown are predicted oil spill tracks
overlaid on predicted sea surface temperature
(oC) and ocean current vectors.
4
Generation of the paths of two AUVs that
optimally sample the uncertainty fields predicted
for two consecutive days (day 1, left, and day 2,
right) in the Monterey Bay region. White dots are
starting points for the AUVs and grey dots are
the MILP optimal termination points.
Uncertainties are temperature error standard
deviations as forecast by ESSE, averaged over the
050 m depths.
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