Information - NP6.08 Nonlinear geophysical fluid dynamics
Nonlinear processes are ubiquitous in geophysical fluid dynamics. A multi-disciplinary approach is essential to advance understanding of important problems in geophysics, atmospheric science, and oceanography. This session will bring together experimentalists, theoreticians, and numerical modellers to review recent progress in a wide range of problems, including multi-phase and non-newtonian flows.
Preliminary List of Solicited Speakers
Andrew Fowler (Oxford), Jim McElwaine (Cambridge), Eckart Meiburg (UC Santa Barbara), Dick Peltier (Toronto), Peter Thomas (Warwick), John Wettlaufer (Yale), Andy Woods (Cambridge)
AGU Nonlinear Focus Group
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