Mathematics of Interacting Climate Processes February 11 - 13

Many processes are relevant to climate change. Moreover, they are, in many cases, not well modeled or understood. Mathematical investigations can have an enormous impact in increasing our understanding of these processes and their interactions. These include: the carbon cycle on geological and biological time scales, sea-ice structure and mechanics, ocean circulation, glacier melting, cloud formation, and extreme weather, such as hurricanes, tornadoes and flooding.


For each topic the format will consist of two general talks emphasizing the scientific context and associated mathematics to set the stage for participant discussion.

Organizing Committee