Spring 2004

28 January
Rupert KLEIN
Potsdam Institut für Klimafolgenforschung
Atmospheric Boundary Layers in the Framework of Multiple Scales Asymptotics

4 February
Isaac HELD
Princeton University/GFDL
Effects of Latent Heating on Midlatitude Atmospheric Eddies

18 February
Eric RIGNOT
NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Glacier Ice-Ocean Interactions in Antarctica from Satellite Radar Interferometry

3 March
Raffaele FERRARI
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Mesoscale Eddy Motions at Ocean Boundaries

10 March
Vladimir ZEITLIN
LMD Paris
Nonlinear equatorial waves

24 March
Sarah GILLE
Scripps Institute of Oceanography
Climate and Dynamics in the Southern Ocean: a Lagrangian Perspective

25 March
Stefan LLEWELLYN SMITH
University of California, San Diego
Models of Tidal Conversion

31 March
Samar KHATIWALA
Columbia University/LDEO
A Novel Approach to Accelerated Simulation of Passive Tracers in Ocean Circulation Models

7 April
Prashant SARDESHMUKH
NOAA-CIRES Climage Diagnostics Center
To What Extent are Weather and Climate Models Random Number Generators?

14 April
Noboru NAKAMURA
University of Chicago
Which Way Does a Wave Break? Quantifying Asymmetric Mixing and Two-way Transport

21 April
Bjorn STEVENS
University of California, Los Angeles
The Structure and Scaling of Non-Precipitating Moist Convection
[Abstract]

28 April
Wojtek GRABOWSKI
National Center for Atmospheric Research
Super-Parameterization: Global Context for Cloud-Scale Processes