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AOS Colloquium

The CAOS Colloquium series consists of invited lectures by researchers in all sub-disciplines of atmosphere, ocean and climate science. Unless noted otherwise, all colloquia are held on Wednesdays, 3:30 - 4:30 pm in room 1302 of Warren Weaver Hall at 251 Mercer Street, New York. For more information, contact the organizer, Shafer Smith.

Archival data for CAOS Colloquia in previous semesters can be viewed here.

January 29
Mauro MAGGIONI (Duke)
Multiscale Geometry of High-Dimensional Data, with applications to Machine Learning and Dynamical Systems

February 5
Illia HORENKO (ICS Lugano)
Time series analysis and data-driven model discrimination beyond usual assumptions: mathematical ideas, algorithmic methods, HPC and application examples

February 12
Basile GALLET (Ud'Orsay)
From two-dimensional to rotating turbulence

March 5
Angie PENDERGRASS (U Washington)
Changes in the distribution of rain in response to warming

March 12
Dan WHITT (Stanford)
The life-cycle of wind generated near-inertial waves in strong ocean fronts

March 26
Glenn FLIERL (MIT)
Copepod aggregations: influences of physics and collective behavior

April 2
Ryan ABERNATHEY (LDEO/Columbia)
Topographic Enhancement of Eddy Efficiency in Baroclinic Equilibration

April 9
Brad MARSTON (Brown)
Direct Statistical Simulation of Geophysical Flows

April 16
Marina LEVY (L'Ocean, Paris)
Pathways for CO2 transfers between the atmosphere and the ocean interior

April 23
Amy CLEMENT (U Miami)
Thermally coupled modes of climate variability

April 30
David THOMPSON (Colorado State U)
Periodic variability in the large-scale middle latitude atmosphere

May 2 Friday, 11AM-Noon, in 102
Jen MACKINNON (Sripps)
Diapycnal mixing in the ocean interior: patterns, processes and parameterizations

May 14, in 101
Vladimir ZAKHAROV (U Arizona)
Analytical theory of the wind-driven sea