Climate and Fluid Physics Seminars

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  Josué Martínez Moreno / Navid Constantinou

The Climate and Fluid Physics Group holds occasional seminars. Often (but not always) these seminars are held on a Tuesday afternoon in the Hales Room. Please contact us to be added to the mailing list.

Upcoming events

26
Feb
2019
Speaker: Markus Jochum
We can only trust current Earth System Models with future projections if they are able to reproduce past events. I

Past events

06
Mar
2015
Speaker: Steffie Ypma
The separation of the East Australian Current (EAC), the western boundary current flowing along the east coast of Australia, plays a dominant role in the flow pattern in the Tas
03
Mar
2015
Speaker: Dr. Sébastien Allgeyer, RSES, ANU
A tsunami is a set a long-period waves generated by a large-scale displacement of the sea surface, which can be caused by phenomena such as earthquakes, landslides, volcanic eve
24
Feb
2015
Speaker: Prof. Dani Or, Department of Environmental Systems Science, ETH Zürich, Switzerland
Evaporation dynamics from porous media reflect interactions between internal liquid and vapor transport, energy input for phase change, and mass transfer across air boundary lay
27
Jan
2015
Speaker: Callum Shakespeare
Recent observations and numerical simulations show significant inertia-gravity wave generation at density fronts in the ocean and atmosphere boundary layers.
23
Jan
2015
Speaker: Prof. Randolph Watts
.Southern Ocean heat balance is important to understand because it affects global climate and land ice losses on Antarctica, modifies water masses along the ACC, and influences

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