Pierre Cauchy

Pierre Cauchy
Université du Québec à Rimouski UQAR | uqar · Institut des Sciences de la Mer de Rimouski (ISMER)

Doctor of Philosophy

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Publications (12)
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Wind speed measurements are needed to understand ocean–atmosphere coupling processes and their effects on climate. Satellite observations provide sufficient spatial and temporal coverage but are lacking adequate calibration, while ship- and mooring-based observations are spatially limited and have technical shortcomings. However, wind-generated und...
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An experiment was carried out in the Gulf of Lions (NW Mediterranean) in February 2014 to assess the temporal and spatial variability of the distribution and size of suspended particulate matter (SPM) in the Rhône Region of Freshwater Influence (ROFI). A set of observations from an autonomous underwater glider, satellite ocean color data, and meteo...
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The relation between weekly Arctic sea ice concentrations (SICs) from December to April and sea level pressure (SLP) during 1979-2007 is investigated using maximum covariance analysis (MCA). In the North Atlantic sector, the interaction between the North Atlantic Oscillation (NAO) and a SIC seesaw between the Labrador Sea and the Greenland-Barents...
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The recent integration of Acoustic Doppler Current Profilers (ADCPs) onto underwater gliders changes the way current and sediment dynamics in the coastal zone can be monitored. Their endurance and ability to measure in all weather conditions increases the probability of capturing sporadic meteorological events, such as storms and floods, which are...
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Habitat use by the endangered Mediterranean sperm whale subpopulation remains poorly understood, especially in winter. The sustained presence of oceanographic autonomous underwater vehicles in the area presents an opportunity to improve observation effort, enabling collection of valuable sperm whale distribution data, which may be crucial to their...
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We described here the preliminary results on the test data of glider mounted ADCP in the coastal waters of the Gulf of Lions.
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Underwater gliders can provide high resolution water temperature and salinity profiles. Being able to associate them with a surface weather conditions estimation would allow to better study sea-air interactions. Since in-situ observations of the marine meteorological parameters are difficult, the development of a glider embedded weather sensor has...
Poster
Offshore estimates of the meteorological parameters are unfortunately spurious when considering in-situ observtions only due to obvious observational limitations while their use would allow to calibrate satellite observations and to have better weather forecasts, if assimilated in numerical weather forecasting systems. The WOTAN (Weather Observatio...
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This paper addresses the inference of probabilistic classification models using weakly supervised learning. In contrast to previous work, the use of proportion-based training data is investigated in combination to non-linear classification models. An application to fisheries acoustics and fish school classification is considered and experiments are...

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MARS is a world-class applied research project aimed at understanding and measuring underwater noise radiated by ships and, in collaboration with Canadian navigation professionals and regulators, proposing relevant methods for its reduction. www.projet-mars.ca/en
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Autonomous Measurements of coastal TUrbidity using GLIders. This project emphasises the role of extreme events (flash-floods and storms) on the dynamics of suspended particles over continental margins. We are using gliders equipped with acoustic current profiler to better characterize the suspended particulate fluxes.