Geophysical Turbulence Program Records

The Geophysical Turbulence Program (GTP) is a formal NCAR-wide activity with more than forty members. The broad goal of GTP is to promote research, education and awareness of geophysical turbulence at NCAR and in the scientific community. This collection contains abstracts and presentations from three GTP-sponsored workshops as well as seminar flyers and minutes from annual meetings.

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Transformation from isotropic to shear-dominated turbulence in 3-D physical and spectral space
Large-scale atmospheric flows predicted by statistical mechanics
The CIRES tethered lifting system
Petascale computing and the study of turbulent mixing and dispersion
Annual GTP meeting, January 18, 2011
GTP annual meeting 2009
Annual GTP meeting 2008/10/24
Minutes for the GTP annual meeting held on October 22, 2007
Map-based advection, low-dimensional simulation, and superparameterization [abstract]
Particles in turbulence [abstract]
Results from cloud physics experiments
Experimental investigation of the local entrainment velocity in a gravity current [abstract]
The behaviour of small inertial particles in homogeneous and isotropic turbulence [abstract]
An overview of sea spray aerosol production, scaling, and surface-layer interactions [abstract]
Summarization and exploration as paradigms for visualizing large DNS results [abstract]
Overview of HPC computer architecture: A long march toward exa-scale computing and beyond [abstract]
A novel approach for simulating droplet microphysics in entraining clouds
Finding the favorite regions for droplets to collide in a turbulent flow: Lab data and DNS
The inverse droplet coagulation problem [abstract]
The role of water droplets in air-sea interaction: Rain and sea spray