
Global Warming Could Be Nonlinear
23 Nov 2015   Contributor(s):: Jonah BlochJohnson
It is widely acknowledged that many components of the Earth's climate system exhibit nonlinear behavior when forced, with examples ranging from ice sheets to ocean circulations to savanna. These changes, as profound as they are, are not expected to greatly impact global climate, as...

Gomez Seminar Part 1 (joint Paleo and Cryosphere)
30 Nov 2015   Contributor(s):: Natalya Gomez
I will begin with an overview of the physics, modeling and measurement of static sealevel changes and glacial isostatic adjustment (GIA) following variations in the distribution of grounded ice, including some applications of sealevel theory to paleo and modern climate problems. I will then...

Introduction to the Mathematics of Climate
07 May 2015   Contributor(s):: Richard McGehee
This course will investigate the following questions from a mathematical perspective. What determines the Earth's surface temperature? Why does the carbon dioxide in the atmosphere affect the climate? How do changes in the Earth's orbital parameters change the climate? Why has the Earth...

Introduction to the Mathematics of Climate at UMN  Lecture 1
07 May 2015   Contributor(s):: Richard McGehee
This is lecture 1 in the series "Introduction to the Mathematics of Climate" offered at the University of Minnesota in 2014 with the support of MCRN and The Institute for Mathematics and its Applications.

Introduction to the Mathematics of Climate at UMN  Lecture 10
12 May 2015   Contributor(s):: Richard McGehee
This is lecture 10 in the series "Introduction to the Mathematics of Climate" offered at the University of Minnesota in 2014 with the support of MCRN and The Institute for Mathematics and its Applications.

Introduction to the Mathematics of Climate at UMN  Lecture 11
12 May 2015   Contributor(s):: Richard McGehee
This is lecture 11 in the series "Introduction to the Mathematics of Climate" offered at the University of Minnesota in 2014 with the support of MCRN and The Institute for Mathematics and its Applications.

Introduction to the Mathematics of Climate at UMN  Lecture 12
12 May 2015   Contributor(s):: Richard McGehee
This is lecture 12 in the series "Introduction to the Mathematics of Climate" offered at the University of Minnesota in 2014 with the support of MCRN and The Institute for Mathematics and its Applications.

Introduction to the Mathematics of Climate at UMN  Lecture 13
12 May 2015   Contributor(s):: Richard McGehee
This is lecture 13 in the series "Introduction to the Mathematics of Climate" offered at the University of Minnesota in 2014 with the support of MCRN and The Institute for Mathematics and its Applications.

Introduction to the Mathematics of Climate at UMN  Lecture 14
12 May 2015   Contributor(s):: Richard McGehee
This is lecture 14 in the series "Introduction to the Mathematics of Climate" offered at the University of Minnesota in 2014 with the support of MCRN and The Institute for Mathematics and its Applications.

Introduction to the Mathematics of Climate at UMN  Lecture 18
12 May 2015   Contributor(s):: Richard McGehee
This is lecture 18 in the series "Introduction to the Mathematics of Climate" offered at the University of Minnesota in 2014 with the support of MCRN and The Institute for Mathematics and its Applications.

Introduction to the Mathematics of Climate at UMN  Lecture 2
12 May 2015   Contributor(s):: Richard McGehee
This is lecture 2 in the series "Introduction to the Mathematics of Climate" offered at the University of Minnesota in 2014 with the support of MCRN and The Institute for Mathematics and its Applications.

Introduction to the Mathematics of Climate at UMN  Lecture 20
12 May 2015   Contributor(s):: Richard McGehee
This is lecture 20 in the series "Introduction to the Mathematics of Climate" offered at the University of Minnesota in 2014 with the support of MCRN and The Institute for Mathematics and its Applications.

Introduction to the Mathematics of Climate at UMN  Lecture 4
12 May 2015   Contributor(s):: Richard McGehee
This is lecture 4 in the series "Introduction to the Mathematics of Climate" offered at the University of Minnesota in 2014 with the support of MCRN and The Institute for Mathematics and its Applications.

Introduction to the Mathematics of Climate at UMN  Lecture 5
12 May 2015   Contributor(s):: Richard McGehee
This is lecture 5 in the series "Introduction to the Mathematics of Climate" offered at the University of Minnesota in 2014 with the support of MCRN and The Institute for Mathematics and its Applications.

Introduction to the Mathematics of Climate at UMN  Lecture 6
12 May 2015   Contributor(s):: Richard McGehee
This is lecture 6 in the series "Introduction to the Mathematics of Climate" offered at the University of Minnesota in 2014 with the support of MCRN and The Institute for Mathematics and its Applications.

Introduction to the Mathematics of Climate at UMN  Lecture 7
12 May 2015   Contributor(s):: Richard McGehee
This is lecture 7 in the series "Introduction to the Mathematics of Climate" offered at the University of Minnesota in 2014 with the support of MCRN and The Institute for Mathematics and its Applications.

Introduction to the Mathematics of Climate at UMN  Lecture 8
12 May 2015   Contributor(s):: Richard McGehee
This is lecture 8 in the series "Introduction to the Mathematics of Climate" offered at the University of Minnesota in 2014 with the support of MCRN and The Institute for Mathematics and its...

Introduction to the Mathematics of Climate at UMN  Lecture 9
12 May 2015   Contributor(s):: Richard McGehee
This is lecture 9 in the series "Introduction to the Mathematics of Climate" offered at the University of Minnesota in 2014 with the support of MCRN and The Institute for Mathematics and its Applications.

Minimal Complexity Paleoclimate Modeling: Connection between the carbon cycle and glacial cycles
18 May 2015   Contributor(s):: Samantha Oestreicher
Annotated bibliography by Samantha Oestreicher for Minimal Complexity Paleoclimate Modeling Concerned with the Connection between the Carbon Cycle and the Glacial Cycles.

Periodic Fluctuations in deep water formation due to sea ice  Wednesday, January 21st/28th
16 Sep 2015   Contributor(s):: Raj Saha
A simple dynamical model is used to demonstrate the possibility of stable and periodic variability in oceanic convection on a millennial timescale. Sea ice could act as a heat valve over the region of deep water formation in the North Atlantic, particularly during the last glacial period when sea...