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A stochastic Arctic sea ice model

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Arctic sea ice is one of the most sensitive components in global climate system. The impact of global warming is expected to be more intensified in Arctic sea ice with the vigorous positive feedback, ice albedo feedback. Thus the prediction of the future status of Arctic sea ice under global warming is requested strongly in our society even with the difficulty given by a myriad of unspecified physical processes in Arctic area. Here, we would like to introduce a way of constructing a stochastic Arctic sea ice model, which is expected to be used practically. Various issues regarding the construction of the stochastic model will be presented shortly.

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

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