In this talk an overview is given on multirate time integration methods developed over the years for the integration of the compressible Euler equation and advection-diffusion-reaction equations. Physical and chemical processes in the atmosphere occur on different time scales ranging … Continue reading

## Category Archives: Atmosphere

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This is an ICTS-TIFR program with the basic objective of bringing together leading experts in modelling the dynamics of geophysical phenomena, to elucidate the challenges, practical considerations and opportunities and review the present state of understanding. Continue reading

This discussion meeting will mainly cover the following topics: (i) Mathematical theory of tropical meteorology; (ii) Observations and numerical simulations of these phenomena; (iii) Role of clouds and convection in the tropics; (iv) Prediction and data assimilation techniques.

IIASA’s annual 3-month Young Scientists Summer Program (YSSP) offers research opportunities to talented young researchers whose interests correspond with IIASA’s ongoing research on issues of global environmental, economic and social change. From June through August accepted participants work within the … Continue reading

## Tom Pfaff’s Sustainability Materials for Mathematics

Materials are available for mathematics courses (mostly Calculus I, Statistics, & Differential Equations) covering a variety of sustainability related topics. Tom Pfaff’s Sustainability Materials Sustainability Math Resources Website

## NASA SpaceMath - Problems in Earth Science

SpaceMath@NASA has created a number of individual math problems for grades 5-12 that feature Earth science themes. This webpage is the archive of these problems - each is given by its title, content, grade level and math skill, and consists … Continue reading

## NASA Remote Sensing Math

With 103 problems designed for middle and high school students, this book covers many topics in remote sensing, satellite imaging, image analysis and interpretation. Examples are culled from NASA earth science and astronomy missions. Students learn about instrument resolution and … Continue reading

## NASA Earth Math

With 46 problems tailored for grades 5-9, students explore the simple mathematics behind global climate change through analyzing graphical data, data from NASA satellites, and by performing simple calculations of carbon usage using home electric bills and national and international … Continue reading

Professor Inez Fung visits South Africa to deliver the third in the international series of MPE2013 Simons Public Lectures. Watch the video of Dr. Fung’s lecture Abstract: Climate models solve the equations for the conservation of momentum, mass, energy, water … Continue reading

This program is being organized as a part of the activities related to the “Mathematics of Planet Earth 2013″. The dynamics of geophysical phenomena are multi-scale in nature and the interaction between different scales makes the flow complex. Therefore, the … Continue reading

## MCRN Mathematics and Climate Annotated Reading Lists

MCRN Annotated reading lists: Each reading list is designed to provide an introductory guide to one area of climate science through its literature. They can be used for independent study, or as the foundation for upper division and graduate reading courses. … Continue reading

## AMS-ASA-MAA-SIAM Math Awareness Month

April is Math Awareness Month in the US! Check out the essays, posters and related materials for 2013 and previous years‘ themes, including: 2013 - Mathematical and Sustainability 2011 - Unraveling Complex Systems 2009 - Mathematics and Climate 2008 - … Continue reading

The aim of the conference is to bring together scientists from three areas as diverse as Earth Sciences of fluid phenomena, Non-equilibrium Statistical Mechanics and the Theory of Extreme Events for dynamical systems. Though they have historically common roots and … Continue reading

The organisers will present a coordinated workshop around a coherent theme designed for an intended audience which are graduate students and interested researchers from and around Africa. Continue reading

Fields Institute program on the Mathematics of Oceans, that is to take place in the year 2013 as a part of the initiative for the Mathematics of Planet Earth.

There are three principal themes for this program:

(1) nonlinear ocean wave dynamics, including extreme wave dynamics such as rogue waves and tsunamis,

(2) oceanic circulation and ocean-atmosphere interaction, including global scale phenomena such as the meridional overturning circulation and currents such as the Gulf Stream, mesoscale processes described by quasi-geostrophic flows, as well as highly nonlinear submesoscale processes, including their role in the stability of the earth’s climate, and the impact of their variations; and

(3) wave interactions and turbulence, including statistical descriptions of ocean wave spectra and its role in predictions of sea state and weather. Continue reading