Mathematical and Physical Ideas for Climate Science
by Valerio Lucarini, et al.
Publisher: arXiv 2013
Number of pages: 42
The climate is an excellent example of a forced, dissipative system dominated by nonlinear processes and featuring non-trivial dynamics of a vast range of spatial and temporal scales. In this interdisciplinary review, we are guided by our interest in exploring the nexus between climate and concepts such as energy, entropy, symmetry, response, multiscale interactions, and its potential relevance in terms of numerical modeling.
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