
Andrew Frank Gallatin
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Climate Lecture by KK Tung
17 Sep 2015
A condensed introduction to conceptual climate modeling, written by KK Tung.

Deriving the Shallow Water Model in Geophysical Fluid Dynamics
01 Jan 2013   Contributor(s):: Christopher KRT Jones
These collected lectures go over key concepts in the derivation shallow water model as a conceptual model for ocean dynamics. The attached PDF notes in the supporting documents expand on these lectures. This short lecture series was part of the MCRN Mathematics of Climate Modelling...

Deriving the SWM Lecture 1: Conservation of Potential Vorticity
04 May 2016   Contributor(s):: Christopher KRT Jones
This lecture develops the conservation equation for potential vorticity in the shallow water model.

Deriving the SWM Lecture 2: Stream Functions for Velocity Fields
04 May 2016   Contributor(s):: Christopher KRT Jones
This lecture develops the formulation of the stream function for the velocity field of the shallow water equation. his is the second in a series of short lectures on deriving the shallow water model, given by Chris Jones in 2013.

Deriving the SWM Lecture 3: Barotropic Vorticity Equations
04 May 2016   Contributor(s):: Christopher KRT Jones
This lecture develops the barotropic vorticity equations for the shallow water model. This is background lecture 2.1C in the Mathematics of Climate Modelling course.

Hans Philipp Engler
I was born in Germany and was trained as a mathematician at the University of Heidelberg, where I received a PhD in 1981.I trained as a postdoctoral associate at the University of Wisconsin –...
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Julie Leifeld
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MAANCS Summer Seminar Conceptual Climate Models
22 Feb 2016   Contributor(s):: Esther R Widiasih, Richard McGehee, Anna Barry, Samantha Megan Oestreicher, Jim Walsh
MAA North Central Section Summer Seminar Conceptual Climate Models, July 2224, 2013, Augsburg College in Minneapolis, MNSeminar home page: http://homepages.gac.edu/~hvidsten/MAASeminar/index.html

Powerpoint Intro to Potential Analysis
16 Sep 2015   Contributor(s):: Darren Anthony Marotta
A technique to detect the number of states in a geophysical system attained from recorded time series. Potential Analysis estimates the degree of a polynomial, which determines the number of states in the time series. Changes in the number of states represent bifurcations of the system.