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Utilising probability distributions in Earth observations

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I will review some examples of why different kinds of probability distributions emerge in Earth observations, and moreover how leveraging such distributions can be useful. Examples will include ocean turbulence and biogeochemistry, lake morphometry, and paleoclimate, and span from simple and classical probability distributions such as the log-normal to complex and unfamiliar distributions such as those arising from fractional Brownian motion.

This talk is part of the Fluid Mechanics (DAMTP) series.

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