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Multi-scale modeling of Arctic sea ice and floes

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As computational power increases, it is becoming more feasible to model sea ice as a collection of ice floes, as opposed to the more traditional approach of treating sea ice as a material, as a continuum, with various rheological models proposed. In this talk, I will discuss approaches for floe-based (i.e., particle-based) models of sea ice, including some approaches to multi-scale modeling that aim to bridge the gap between floe-based and continuum-based models.

This talk is part of the BAS Atmosphere, Ice and Climate Seminars series.

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