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Zonostrophic instability

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An informal out-of-term seminar organized by Prof. McIntyre.

Zonostrophic instability is one of several mechanisms for generating and maintaining multiple jets in geophysical and planetary atmospheres and oceans. Professor Young will give an informal talk on his current exploration of its workings. (Professor Young was recently elected to the US National Academy of Sciences and is well known for his clever theoretical work on many problems in atmosphere-ocean dynamics.)

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

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