Mathematical Problems in Climate Dynamics, I & II [article]

Michael Ghil
2021 Zenodo  
"Mathematical Problems in Climate Dynamics" is a set of 6 lectures given so far at Imperial College London in Spring 2014, http://www.imperial.ac.uk/mathematics/research/opportunities/nelder-visiting-fellowships/fellows/professor-michael-ghil/; at the University of Buenos Aires in Fall 2018, http://mathgeo.cima.fcen.uba.ar/course2018.php; and at École Centrale de Marseille (ECM), https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/%C3%89cole_centrale_de_Marseille, in Spring 2021. The current version is the one
more » ... ted at ECM. These are Lectures I & II of the set. They cover: I. Observations and planetary flow theory (GFD*) II. Atmospheric LFV(**) & LRF(†) (*) GFD – Geophysical Fluid Dynamics (**) LFV – Low-frequency variability (†) Long-range forecasting
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4765708 fatcat:fv4aqnagf5gmjdijognozkowwy