2010 program of study : swirling and swimming in turbulence
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Swirling and Swimming in Turbulence was the theme at the 2010 GFD Program. Professors Glenn Flierl (M.I.T.), Antonello Provenzale (ISAC-CNR, Turin) and Jean-Luc Thiffeault (University of Wisconsin) were the principal lecturers. Together they navigated an elegant path through topics ranging from mixing protocols and efficiencies to ecological strategies, schooling and genetic development. The first ten chapters of this volume document these lectures, each prepared by pairs of this summer’s GFD fellows. Following on are the written reports of the fellows’ own research projects.
Suggested CitationBalmforth, N. J., & Thiffeault, J.-L. (2011). 2010 program of study: swirling and swimming in turbulence. Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. https://doi.org/10.1575/1912/5058
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