Nico Wienders
Ph.D, Université de Bretagne Occidentale
Physical Oceanography
Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Science
1011 Academic Way
Room 4035
Florida State University
Tallahassee, Florida 32306-4520
(850) 644-1987  tel
(850) 644-2581  fax
Stokes Drifters help in the largest pan-Pacific research expedition to study the winter ecology of salmon in the North Pacific Ocean! 2022
Stokes Drifters in the Pacific Ocean. 2022
On Wind-Driven Energetics of Subtropical Gyres. 2021
Stokes Drifters now available at MetOcean. 2021
Stokes Drifters licensed! 2021
Dispersion of Surface Drifters in the Tropical Atlantic. 2021
Homo Sargassum. 2020
Deconstructing the subtropical AMOC variability. 2020
FSU technology to monitor ocean currents licensed to Canadian data company. 2020
Locally and remotely forced subtropical AMOC variability: A matter of time scales. 2020
Gulf Stream Sepration Explored Through HPC. 2020
Videos From Stokes Drifters. Video 1 | Video 2. 2020
Using Stokes Drifters to track Sargassum patches. 2019
Spatio-temporal patterns of Chaos in the Atlantic Overturning Circulation. 2019
Study Compares 2D and 3D Model Simulations of Oil Plume Behavior. 2019
Rotating 2d point source plume models with application to Deepwater Horizon. 2019
Fast Warming of the Surface Ocean Under a Climatological Scenario. 2019.
Measurement Characteristics of Near-Surface Currents from Ultra-Thin Drifters, Drogued Drifters, and HF Radar. 2018.
Teachers on the Estuary Workshop 2018.
Low Frequency Intrinsic and Forced Variability in the Eddying Ocean. 2017.
Observations of vertical dependence of currents near the ocean surface from satellite-tracked drifters. 2017.
FSU faculty win GAP awards to take science from lab to market. 2017.
FSU technology tracks the ocean current. 2017.
Florida State University Drifter Group. 2017.
Stokes Drifters. 2017.
Experiment testing new drifter design underway in the Gulf of Mexico. 2017.
Journal of Florida Studies : Water issue. 2017.
Local Sensitivities of the Gulf Stream Separation. 2017.
THE INSIDERS: Becoming a U.S. Citizen and the Journey of Immigration. 2016.
Ocean Currents | CPALMS Perspective Video: Expert. 2016.
North Atlantic Barotropic Vorticity Balances in Numerical Models. 2016.
Shelf break exchange events near the De Soto Canyon. 2015.
The Great Outdoors:National Wildlife Federation contest. 2016.
Numerical Simulations of Turbulent Thermal, Bubble and Hybrid Plumes. 2015.
FSU Relay for Life raises over $250,000. 2015
Tallahassee French Nationals Mourn Week of Terror. 2015
Using the CMR SailBuoy for ocean shelf measurements. 2015
Key Signatures in the Barotropic Vorticity Budget within Ocean Western Boundary Currents:
Understanding the Gulf Stream Pathway. 2014
Hydrostatic Modeling of Buoyant Plume. 2014
Unmanned SailBuoy vessel shows mettle in two-month Gulf of Mexico journey. 2014
Drifter Deployment Near the Dry Tortugas. 2014.
What Moves The Sea: The Moods of the Ocean. 2014
Send Me Back to Prison. 2014
Gulf Stream and Deep Western Boundary Current Interactions. 2014
The SailBuoy remotely-controlled unmanned vessel: Measurements of near surface temperature, salinity and oxygen concentration in the Northern Gulf of Mexico. 2014
Student Drifter Competition for Coastal Oil Experiment has Cascading Wins. 2014
Potential vorticity budgets in the North Atlantic Ocean. 2014. PDF
The Motion of the Ocean: How Scientists Measure the Sea. 2013
An estimate of the climatology and variability of Eighteen Degree Water potential vorticity forcing. 2013. PDF
CheapAML: A Simple, Atmospheric Boundary Layer Model for Use in Ocean-Only Model Calculations. 2013. PDF
The Diapycnal and Isopycnal Mixing Experiment: A First Assessment. 2012
A Slippery Problem. 2011
Surface Circulation Study of Waters near the Suwanee River, Florida. 2008
Large-Scale View of the Western Boundary Current System in the South and Equatorial Arlantic. 2001