MS-Mo-D-07
Mathematics of Climate: From the Tropics to Antarctica - Part I of III
For Part II, see MS-Mo-E-07
For Part III, see MS-Tu-D-07

Date: August 10
Time: 13:30--15:30
Room: 202A

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Organizer:
Stechmann, Samuel (Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison)
Golden, Kenneth (Univ. of Utah)

Abstract: The Earth offers a multitude of modeling challenges, from the dynamics of the atmosphere and oceans, to the melting of the polar ice caps. To understand and model these climate processes, a wide range of mathematics is needed, such as differential equations, multiscale modeling, and stochastic processes. In this minisymposium, the presentations span a broad range of climate processes and mathematical areas, and will be accessible to a more general audience. They include a blend of modeling, experiments, and data analysis, and demonstrate how mathematics is being employed to address fundamental problems of climate science.


MS-Mo-D-07-1
13:30--14:00
Global Warming: How Can Mathematics Help People to Know It Is Real?
Shen, Samuel (San Diego State Univ.)


MS-Mo-D-07-2
14:00--14:30
A conceptual model of climate variability during the Pleistocene
Kaper, Hans G (Georgetown Univ.)
Engler, Hans (Georgetown Univ.)


MS-Mo-D-07-3
14:30--15:00
Progress towards improving seasonal climate prediction by mathematical methods.
Tang, Youmin (Univ. of Northern British Columbia)


MS-Mo-D-07-4
15:00--15:30
The impact of Southern Ocean storms on sea ice
Kohout, Alison (NIWA)

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Footnote:
Code: Type-Date-Time-Room No.
Type : IL=Invited Lecture, SL=Special Lectures, MS=Minisymposia, IM=Industrial Minisymposia, CP=Contributed Papers, PP=Posters
Date: Mo=Monday, Tu=Tuesday, We=Wednesday, Th=Thursday, Fr=Friday
Time : A=8:30-9:30, B=10:00-11:00, C=11:10-12:10, BC=10:00-12:10, D=13:30-15:30, E=16:00-18:00, F=19:00-20:00, G=12:10-13:30, H=15:30-16:00
Room No.: TBA