Conceptual models of the climate : 2002 program of study, Bounds on turbulent transport
Whitehead, John A.
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The subject of "Bounds of Turbulent Transport" was introduced in a series of ten lectures. The six lecturers constitute almost all the contributors to this subject. The subject was introduced and foundations laid by five lectures by F. H. Busse. In the middle of the first week, L. Howard reviewed his historical first approach to this subject and described more recent advances. Additional lectures by P. Constantine, R. Kerswell, C. Caulfield and C. Doering provided modern advances. We trust that the lecture notes will constitute a timely review of this promising subject.
Suggested CitationWhitehead, J. A., Busse, F., Howard, L., Doering, C., Constantin, P., Caulfield, C., & Kerswell, R. (2003). Conceptual models of the climate: 2002 program of study, Bounds on turbulent transport. Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. https://doi.org/10.1575/1912/16
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