Mathematical Theory and Modelling in Atmosphere-Ocean Science
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Period20 Aug - 26 Aug 2006
Mathematical theory and modelling in atmosphere-ocean science combines a broad range of advanced mathematical and numerical techniques and research directions. This includes the asymptotic analysis of multiscale systems, the deterministic and stochastic modelling of sub-grid-scale processes, and the numerical analysis of nonlinear PDEs over a broad range of spatial and temporal scales. This workshop brought together applied mathematicians and experts in the disciplinary fields of meteorology and oceanography for a wide-ranging exchange of ideas and results in this area with the aim of fostering fundamental interdisciplinary work in this important science area.