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2010-12-07 09:54:58

Geophysical phenomena such as the dynamics of the atmosphere and ocean circulation are typically modeled mathematically by tracking the motion of air or water particles. These mathematical models define velocity fields that, given (i) a position in three-dimensional space and (ii) a time instant, provide a speed and direction for a particle at that position and time instant. "Geophysical phenomena are still not fully understood, especially in turbulent regimes," explains Gary Froyland at the...


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