Data management and analysis.
Remote sensing and GIS.
Joaquin Trinanes, Ph.D.
Operations Manager for the CoastWatch Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico node. Operations Manager for the Atlantic OceanWatch node. Associate Professor at the Universidade de Santiago de Compostela (Spain).
4301 Rickenbacker Causeway
Miami, Florida 33149
“Data accessibility is a major goal (and concern) in database security. Many organizations can not work properly if databases are down, they are what we know as mission-critical systems. To put the data available implies to provide the security mechanisms to ensure authentication, authorization and auditing procedures.”
Since 1999, Dr. Trinanes has been the Op. Manager for NOAA/CoastWatch Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico Regional Node. Since April 2009, he has also been an Associate Professor at the Universidade de Santiago de Compostela in the Department of Electronics and Computer Science. In 2015, he became the Op. Manager NOAA Atlantic OceanWatch Node. Dr. Trinanes received his PhD in Physics from the University of Santiago de Compostela in Spain. For his thesis, he implemented a global Fisheries Information System using satellite data.
1998, Ph.D. Physics, University of Santiago de Compostela, Spain
Andrade-Canto, F., F.J. Beron-Vera, G.J. Goni, D. Karrasch, M.J. Olascoaga, and J. Trinanes Carriers of Sargassum and mechanism for coastal inundation in the Caribbean Sea. Physics of Fluids, 34(1):016602, https://doi.org/10.1063/5.0079055 2022
Trinanes, J., N.F. Putman, G. Goni, C. Hu, and M. Wang. Monitoring pelagic Sargassum inundation potential for coastal communities. Journal of Operational Oceanography, https://doi.org/10.1080/1755876X.2021.1902682 2022
Feely, R.A., R. Wanninkhof, P. Landschützer, B.R. Carter, T.A. Trinanes, and C. Cosca. Global oceans: Global ocean carbon cycle. In State of the Climate in 2020, J. Blunden, and T. Boyer (eds.). Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 102(8):S185-S189, https://doi.org/10.1175/BAMS-D-21-0083.1 2021
Institute of Marine Engineering, Science, and Technology Denny Award 2016
For the best paper published over the course of a year in the Journal of Operational Oceanography.
Trinanes, J.A., M.J. Olascoaga, G.J. Goni, N.A. Maximenko, D.A. Griffin, and J. Hafner, 2016: Analysis of flight MH370 potential debris trajectories using ocean observations and numerical model results. Journal of Operational Oceanography, 9(2):126-138 (doi:10.1080/ 1755876X.2016.1248149).