Nonlinear Geophysics


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NG001. Advances in Data Assimilation, Predictability and Uncertainty Quantification
Steven Fletcher | Cooperative Institute for Research in the Atmosphere
Brian Ancell | Texas Tech Univ-Geosciences
Derek Posselt | Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Matthias Morzfeld | University of Arizona
NG002. Complex System Sciences: From Mathematical Methods in Physics to Earth System Dynamics and Predictability
Rui Perdigão | Vienna University of Technology (TU Wien)Universidade de Lisboa
Naresh Devineni | CUNY City College
Julia Hall | Vienna University of Technology (TU Wien)
NG003. Cross-disciplinary progress in nonlinear geophysics: traditional approaches, machine learning, and beyond
Daniel Lathrop | University of Maryland College Park
Annick Pouquet | NCAR
Sarah Gibson | NCAR
NG004. Geophysical Fluid Dynamics
Michael Calkins | University of Colorado, Boulder
Claudia Cenedese | WHOI
Daniel Lecoanet | Princeton University
Raffaele Marino | CNRS
NG006. Meeting the challenges of exascale computing in geofluid research
Duane Rosenberg | Cooperative Institute for Research in the Atmosphere
Bryan Flynt | Cooperative Institute for Research in the Atmosphere
NG007. Multiple Interactions between Linear and Nonlinear Waves and Turbulent Eddies in Geophysical Fluids and Space Physics
Duane Rosenberg | Cooperative Institute for Research in the Atmosphere
Yoshiharu Omura | Kyoto University
Raffaele Marino | Ecole Centrale de Lyon
Annick Pouquet | University Corporation for Atmospheric Research
NG008. Nonlinear Geophysics General Contributions
Steven Fletcher | Cooperative Institute for Research in the AtmosphereColorado State University
Annick Pouquet | Univ British Columbia
NG009. Scales, Scaling, Symmetries and Complex Geophysical Systems : from Theory to Applications
Daniel Schertzer | U. Paris-Est
A. Kirwan | University of Delaware
Klaus Fraedrich | Max Planck Institute for Meteorology
Anastasios Tsonis | University of Wisconsin Milwaukee
NG010. Statistical Geodynamics and Hazard Cascades
John Rundle | University of California Davis
Seth Stein | Northwestern Univ
Molly Luginbuhl | University of California Davis
Alexis Giguere | University of California Davis
NG011. Stochastic Modelling in Atmosphere, Ocean, and Climate Dynamics
Aneesh Subramanian | Scripps Institution of Oceanography, Center for Western Weather and Water Extremes (CW3E)
Cecile Penland | Physical Sciences Division
Paul Williams | University of Reading, UK
Juan Restrepo | Oregon State University
A086. Progress in Reanalysis: Development, Evaluation and Application
Jan Keller | Deutscher Wetterdienst Nieder
Michael Bosilovich | Earth Sciences Division
Masatomo Fujiwara | Hokkaido Univ
Sean Davis | Chemical Sciences Division, NOAA Earth System Research Laboratory; Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences
IN018. Convergence in Space Physics and Earth Science: Discovery through machine learning
Ryan McGranaghan | University of Colorado at Boulder
Derek Posselt | University of Michigan Ann Arbor
Kerstin Lehnert | Columbia University
S018. Induced Seismicity in the United States and Canada
Cornelius Langenbruch | Stanford University
Carsten Dinske | Freie Universität Berlin
Ruijia Wang | University of Alberta
Matthew Weingarten | Stanford University
U004. Cities and Geophysics, lessons from the past and challenges for the future
Daniel Schertzer | U. Paris-Est
Soroosh Sorooshian | Univ California Irvine
ML Kavvas | Univ California Davis
Stefano Tinti | Univ Bologna