Mathematics Awareness Month - April 2009

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The American Mathematical Society, the American Statistical Association, the Mathematical Association of America, and the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics announce that the theme for Mathematics Awareness Month, April 2009, is Mathematics and Climate.

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The American Mathematical Society, the American Statistical Association, the Mathematical Association of America, and the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics announce that the theme for Mathematics Awareness Month, April 2009, is Mathematics and Climate.
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5.01.2009

Ice Sheets and Sea Level Rise

Ice Sheets and Sea Level Rise by David Holland New York University
David Holland, New York University author
5.01.2009

Rainfall in the climate system: changes under global warming, and challenges for climate modelers

Rainfall in the climate system: changes under global warming and challenges for climate modelers by J. David Neelin, Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences And Institute of Geophysics and Planetary Physics, University of California, Los Angeles
J. David Neelin, Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences And Institute of Geophysics and Planetary Physics, University of California, Los Angeles author
5.01.2009

Uncertainty in Climate Predictions

Uncertainty in Climate Predictions by Douglas Nychka, Director of the Institute for Mathematics Applied to Geosciences (IMAGe) and Senior Scientist in the Geophysical Statistics Project (GSP), National Center for Atmospheric ResearchNychka talks about ...
Douglas Nychka, Director of the Institute for Mathematics Applied to Geosciences (IMAGe) and Senior Scientist in the Geophysical Statistics Project (GSP), National Center for Atmospheric Research author
5.01.2009

Tropical climate variability

Tropical climate variability by David Neelin, Professor of Atmospheric and Oceanic Science, and Institute of Geophysics and Planetary Physics, University of California, Los Angeles Part 1: Tropical climate variability, especially El Niño.Part 2: The co...
David Neelin, Professor of Atmospheric and Oceanic Science, and Institute of Geophysics and Planetary Physics, University of California, Los Angeles author
5.01.2009

What individuals and governments can do to help mitigate climate change.

What individuals and governments can do to help mitigate climate change. by Jon Huntsman, Jr., Governor of Utah
Jon Huntsman, Jr., Governor of Utah author
5.01.2009

Polar Land Ice

Polar Land Ice by David Holland, Center for Atmosphere Ocean Science (CAOS), Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York University Part 1: Some of the basics of land ice.Part 2: In the second half, Holland speaks about the rapid disappearance...
David Holland, Center for Atmosphere Ocean Science (CAOS), Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York University author
5.01.2009

How satellites monitor the climate.

How satellites monitor the climate. by Jay Zwally, Ice Cloud and Land Elevation Satellite (ICESat) Project Scientist, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Jay Zwally, Ice Cloud and Land Elevation Satellite (ICESat) Project Scientist, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center author
5.01.2009

Global climate models

Global climate models by Inez Fung, Professor of Atmospheric Science and Co-Director of the Berkeley Institute of the Environment, University of California, Berkeley
Inez Fung, Professor of Atmospheric Science and Co-Director of the Berkeley Institute of the Environment, University of California, Berkeley author
5.01.2009

Mathematics in Energy Production

Mathematics in Energy Production by Margot Gerritsen, Department of Energy Resources Engineering, Mechanical and Civil & Environmental Engineering by courtesy, Stanford University Part 1: Mathematics’ role in extracting fossil fuels.Part 2: Math’s ...
Margot Gerritsen, Department of Energy Resources Engineering, Mechanical and Civil& Environmental Engineering, Stanford University author
5.01.2009

Hurricanes and Climate

Hurricanes and Climate by Kerry A. Emanuel, Professor of Atmospheric Research, Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyPart 1: In the first part, Emanuel gives some background on hurricane forecasts and the impact of hurricanes on the climate.Part 2: In t...
Kerry A. Emanuel, Professor of Atmospheric Research, Massachusetts Institute of Technology author
5.01.2009

Chaotic Convection in a Toy Climate

Chaotic Convection in a Toy Climate by Christopher M. Danforth, Mathematics& Statistics, University of Vermont
Christopher M. Danforth, Mathematics& Statistics, University of Vermont author
5.01.2009

A Math Students Journey to Antarctica

A Math Students Journey to Antarctica by Adam Gully, Department of Mathematics, University of Utah
Adam Gully, Department of Mathematics, University of Utah author
5.01.2009

Sea Ice in the Global Climate System

Sea Ice in the Global Climate System by Kenneth M. Golden, Department of Mathematics, University of Utah; Elizabeth Hunke, Los Alamos National Laboratory; Cecilia Bitz, Department of Atmospheric Sciences, University of Washington; and Marika Holland, N...
Kenneth M. Golden, Department of Mathematics, University of Utah; Elizabeth Hunke, Los Alamos National Laboratory; Cecilia Bitz, Department of Atmospheric Sciences, University of Washington; and Marika Holland, National Center for Atmospheric Research author
5.01.2009

An Arctic Adventure for an Undergraduate Math Student

An Arctic Adventure for an Undergraduate Math Student by Megan Morris, Department of Mathematics, University of Utah
Megan Morris, Department of Mathematics, University of Utah author