Seminar Series: Spring 2003
February 7, 2003
“Is there universality in the presence of waves? The case of magnetohydrodynamic turbulence: From weak to strong”
February 14, 2003
Earth Sciencies Department, University of California
“Challenges for computer simulations of stellar and planetary dynamos”
February 21, 2003
Earth & Planetary Sciences, Johns Hopkins University
“Transport timescales in geophysical flows as diagnosed by chemical tracers”
February 28, 2003
Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory, Columbia University
“Generation of internal tides in a fluid of finite depth”
March 7, 2003
Dept of Mechanical Engineering, University of Maryland at College Park
“On the use of hybrid RANS/LES methods for wall-layer modeling”
March 14, 2003
March 21, 2003
School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Cornell University
"Modeling of Breaking Waves in surf and swash zone"
March 28, 2003
James A. Coakley, Jr.
College of Oceanic & Atmospheric Sciences, Oregon State University
“Haze, clouds and man’s impact on climate”
April 4, 2003
Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Maryland
"The Effects of Surfactants on Weak Spilling Breakers"
April 11, 2003
Department of Mathematical Sciences, Johns Hopkins University
"Statistical Mechanics of the Thermohaline Circulation"
April 18, 2003
“Functional diversity and multi-elemental cycling in ecological models”
April 25, 2003
Arizona State University
Urban Fluid Mechanics: Air Circulation and Pollution Dispersion in Cities
May 2, 2003
Department of Civil Engineering, University of Minnesota
“The influence of physical processes on small-scale biological growth in lakes and rivers”
Speaker: Prof. Kayo Ide
Inst.: University of Maryland at College Park
Title: "Observing System Impact and Forecast Sensitivity for Global Numerical Weather Prediction using Data Assimilation"
Date: Friday, October 28, 2016
Time: 11:00 a.m.
Location: Gilman Hall 50
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