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Update: 2015/04/23


Fundamental Aspects of Geophysical Turbulence II

Workshop Scope
Geophysical turbulence is fundamental to the inner workings of weather, climate, and observing technologies. The theme of this workshop is to discuss recent findings in understanding geophysical turbulence in the atmosphere, ocean, and the sun across a range of scales. Speaker presentations will cover, theory, simulations and observations—a broad sweep across turbulence in outdoor environments.
August 5–7, 2015
National Center for Atmospheric Research, Boulder, Colorado, USA
Confirmed Speakers
Stephen Belcher (Met Office Hadley Centre),
Peter Davidson (University of Cambridge),
John Finnigan (Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation),
Boris Galperin (University of South Florida),
Harmen Jonker (Delft University of Technology),
Yukio Kaneda (Aichi Institute of Technology),
Gabriel Katul (Duke University),
Kanya Kusano (Nagoya University),
Charles Meneveau (Johns Hopkins University),
Andreas Muschinski (NorthWest Research Associates),
David Richter (University of Notre Dame),
James Riley (University of Washington),
Yoshiyuki Tsuji (Nagoya University),
Karan Venayagamoorthy (Colorado State University),
Joseph Werne (NorthWest Research Associates)
Peter P. Sullivan (NCAR),
Yoshifumi Kimura (Nagoya University)
National Center for Atmospheric Research,
Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research «Kakenhi» Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Grant Number 25247014