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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Observational and numerical studies on turbulent entrainment-mixing processes [abstract]
Mixing and entrainment at stratocumulus top [abstract]
Modeling the bubbly ocean [abstract]
Relative velocities of inertial particles in turbulent aerosols
A novel approach for simulating droplet microphysics in turbulent clouds
The behaviour of small inertial particles in homogeneous and isotropic turbulence
Modeling the bubbly ocean
Summarization and exploration as paradigms for visualizing large DNS results
Experimental investigation of the local entrainment velocity in a gravity current
Finding the favorite regions for collisions: DNS and LAB data
Effect of turbulent enhancement of collision-coalescence on warm rain formation in maritime shallow convection
3D turbulence resolving simulation on convective sedimentation of fine sediment in the coastal environment
Clouds and climate
High-resolution simulation results of kinematic and dynamic collision statistics of cloud droplets [abstract]
Mixing and entrainment in clouds
Toward faster and more accurate computation of hydrodynamic droplet-droplet interactions [abstract]
Sea spray and its effects on near-surface turbulence
Rendering salient regions and interaction maps using GPU [abstract]
Analysis of droplet motion [abstract]
The role of water droplets in air-sea interaction: Rain and sea spray [abstract]