Peer-Review journals:


Gasparin F., S. Guinehut C., Mao, I. Mirouze, E. Remy, R. King, M. Hamon, R. Reid., A. Storto, P.Y. Le Traon, M. Martin and S. Masina (2018). Requirements for an integrated in situ Atlantic Ocean Observing System from coordinated Observing System Simulation Experiments, Frontiers in Marine Sciences, In Review.

Gasparin F.,  V. Echevin, A. Mignot, C. Perruche, M. Drevillon, (2018) The 2017 coastal El Nino, Journal of Operational Oceanography, In Review.

Fujii, Y., Remy, F., Zuo, H., et al. (2018). Observing System Evaluation Based on Ocean Data Assimilation and Prediction Systems: On-going Challenges and Future Vision for Designing/Supporting Ocean Observational Networks, Frontiers in Marine Science-Ocean observation. White Paper Ocean Obs’19.

Le Traon et al., (2018). From observation to information and users: the Copernicus Marine Service perspective, Frontiers in Marine Science-Ocean observation. White Paper Ocean Obs’19.

Foltz et al., (2018). The tropical Atlantic Observing System, Frontiers in Marine Science-Ocean observation. White Paper Ocean Obs’19.


Lellouche et al., 2018: Recent updates on the Copernicus Marine Service global ocean monitoring and forecasting

real-time 1/12° high resolution system, Ocean Sci., 14, 1093-1126,

Gasparin, F., et al., 2018. The 2015-2016 El Niño Southern Oscillation, in Copernicus Marine Service Ocean State

Report, Journal of Operational Oceanography, 11:sup1, s1–s142, DOI: 10.1080/1755876X.2018.1489208.

Gasparin, F., Greiner, E., Lellouche, J.M., Legalloudec, O., Garric, G., Drillet, Y., Bourdalle-Badie, R., Le Traon, P.Y.,

Remy, E., Drevillon, M., 2018: A global view of the 2007-2015 oceanic variability in the global high resolution monitoring and forecasting system at Mercator-Ocean, J. Marine Syst., 187,260–276,, 2018.

Gasparin, F., D. Roemmich, 2017: The seasonal march of the equatorial Pacific upper-ocean and its El Nino variability

Progress in Oceanography, 156, 1-16.

Drévillon M, et al., 2016. The 2015 El Niño event, in “The Copernicus Marine Environment Monitoring Service Ocean

State Report”, Journal of Operational Oceanography, 9.


Gasparin, F., D. Roemmich, 2016: The strong freshwater anomaly during the onset of the

2015/2016 El Nino, Geophysi. Res. Lett., 43(12), 6452-6460.

Gasparin, F., D. Roemmich, J. Gilson, B. Cornuelle, 2015: Assessment of the

upper-ocean observing system in the equatorial Pacific: The role of Argo in resolving intraseasonal to interannual variability, J. Atmos. Oceanic Technol., 32, 1668–1688.

Ganachaud, A., et al., 2014: Ocean circulation of the Southwest Pacific: new insights

from the Southwest Pacific Ocean and Climate Experiment (SPICE). J. Geophys. Res. Oceans, 119.


Gasparin, F., C. Maes, J. Sudre, V. Garcon and A. Ganachaud, 2014: Water mass analysis of the

Coral Sea through an Optimum Multiparameter method, J. Geophys. Res. Oceans, 119.


Gasparin, F., A. Ganachaud, C. Maes, F. Marin, and G. Eldin, 2012: Oceanic transports through the

Solomon Sea: The bend of the New Guinea Coastal Undercurrent, Geophys. Res. Lett., 39, L15608.


Gasparin, F., A. Ganachaud and C. Maes, 2011: A western boundary current east of New Caledonia:

observed characteristics, Deep-Sea Res. I, 58(9), 956–969.


Maes, C., D. Varillon, A. Ganachaud, F. Gasparin, L. Gourdeau, F. Durand, 2011: Geostrophic

component of oceanic jets entering in the eastern Coral Sea as observed with high-resolution XBT surveys (2008-2010) CORIOLIS/MERCATOR newsletter.

Maes C., F. Gasparin, G. Eldin, M. Rodier, D. Varillon, A. Ganachaud, F. Marin, L. Gourdeau, 2014:

Rapport de la mission SEGARGO, N/O l’Alis: 7-18 mai 2010 ; mer des îles Loyauté, Pacifique sud- ouest. Noumea, 53 pp.

Roemmich D, Cravatte S, Delcroix T, Gasparin F, Hu D, Johnson GC, Kessler WS, Lumpkin R,

Reverdin G, Sprintfall J, Wijjfels S. 2014. ‘White paper #10 - in situ temperature, salinity, and velocity observations. Report of the Tropical Pacific Observing System 2020 workshop (TPOS2020). Volume II – white papers, GCOS Report 184, 206, WMO-GCOS: Geneva, Switzerland, pp. 243-271.

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