Last week the largest Earth and space science meeting in the world was held in Washington D.C from December 10-14. With 28.000 attendants it was the largest AGU conference since its start. TRR 181 scientists presented their work and collaborated in a joint "Geosciences in Germany" exhibition booth.
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Our postdoc Valerio Lembo published a new paper in "Climate Dynamics" titled: "Inter-hemispheric differences in energy budgets and cross-equatorial transport anomalies during the 20th century".
Our TRR member Urs Schaefer-Rolffs published a new paper in the "European Journal of Mechanics - B/Fluids" titled: "The scale invariance criterion for geophysical fluids".
Our TRR member Urs Schaefer-Rolffs published a new paper in "Meteorologische Zeitschrift" titled: "A comparison of different solutions for the Dynamic Smagorinsky Model applied in a GCM".
This book gives a coherent and up-to-date overview over highly relevant interdisciplinary research activities between applied mathematics, meteorology, and physical oceanography and was now published by Springer.
The TRR 181 has its own session at EGU 2019 in Vienna, April 7-12 2019! You can now submit an abstract!
Our Postdoc Nikolay Koldunov published a new paper in "Advances in Geosciences" titled: "Programming as a soft skill for project managers: How to have a computer take over some of your work".
Our PI Gualtiero Badin published a new paper in "Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and Theoretical" titled: "Geometric Lagrangian averaged Euler-Boussinesq and Primitive Equations" together with our PI Marcel Oliver and Postdoc Sergiy Vasylkevych.
Our Postdoc Julia Dräger-Dietel published a new paper in "Journal of Physical Oceanography" titled: "Relative Dispersion of Surface Drifters in the Benguela Upwelling Region" together with our PIs Alexa Griesel, Gualtiero Badin and former PI Kerstin Jochumsen.