Speaker: Dr Andrew Kiss, UNSW Canberra
I'll talk about some recent work (in collaboration with Leela Frankcombe, CCRC UNSW) on the origins of time-dependence in ocean circulation, in particular in western boundary cu
Speaker: Claudia Cenedese, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute
Idealized laboratory experiments investigate the glacier-ocean boundary dynamics near a vertical ‘glacier’ (i.e.
Speaker: Prof. Bill Dewar
Speaker: Ryan Holmes, Stanford University
Tropical instability waves (TIWs) and vortices (TIVs) in the equatorial Pacific Ocean exhibit energetic horizontal and vertical circulation characterized by regions of high Ross
Speaker: Dr Matt Palmer, Met Office, UK
Since the end of the twentieth century, global mean surface temperature has not risen as rapidly as predicted by global climate models (GCMs).