(NIOZ, The Netherlands)
|Reflections and geometric focusing of internal waves|
|18th||October||Dr. John Scinocca||Dynamical Forcing of Stratospheric Waves by the Tropospheric Circulation|
|25th||October||Dr. John Bush||The anomalous wake structure accompanying bubble motion in a thin gap|
|1st||November||Dr. Mike Greenslade||Strongly stratified flow past obstacles: Waves and wakes|
|8th||November||Dr. Joanne Holford||Diapycnal mixing in stratified fluids and the development of layers|
|15th||November||Sai-Lap Lam||Vortex drift on beta-plane|
|22nd||November||Dr Onno Bokhove|
Isaac Newton Institute)
|On the slowest invariant manifold in a simple atmospheric model|
|29th||November||Claudia Cenedese||Transition from single to multiple vortices over a sloping bottom in a two-layer rotating environment|
|6th||December||Dr. David Tan||Modelling the mixing of chemical constituents in the atmosphere|
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