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Planetary Fluid Dynamics Seminar Series, Winter 2022

Eddies, jets, and turbulence of the solar system

Two Thursdays per month at 12:00pm Eastern / 9am Pacific

Talks are 50 min. with 10 min. for questions. Flyer [PDF].

Open to all via Zoom at

Past Events

April 28
Luna Hiron, Florida State University
Long-term coherence of frontal eddies around the Gulf of Mexico's Loop Current.

May 12
Aymeric Spiga, Laboratoire de Météorologie Dynamique
Studying the atmospheric dynamics of giant planets with global climate models

May 26
Dan Chavas, Purdue University, Department of Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences
Tropical cyclones on Earthlike planets

June 9.
Daphné Lemasquerier, Aix-Marseille Université
Modeling the large-scale dynamics of gas giants in laboratory experiments

June 23
Mara Freilich, Scripps Institution of Oceanography
Ecology in ocean turbulence

February 10 [view recording]
Yohai Kaspi, Weizmann Institute of Science
What Juno has taught us about Jupiter’s atmospheric dynamics.

February 24 [view recording]
Dhruv Balwada, Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory
Direct evidence of an oceanic dual kinetic energy cascade and its seasonality from surface drifters.

March 10 [view recording]
Brodie Pearson, Oregon State University
A new method for diagnosing large-scale energy transfers on Earth and other planets. 

March 31 [view recording]
Georgi Sutyrin, University of Rhode Island
How geophysical vortices can be super long-lived.

April 14 [view recording]
Dann Mitchell, University of Bristol
The dynamics of polar vortices, in our solar system and beyond.

Past events are viewable on YouTube at this link.

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