Related Resources on Mathematics and Climate
- "Mathematics of Climate Change," (28 pages, 3.7 MB pdf) a report by Dana Mackenzie on the
Symposium on Climate Change held at the Mathematical Sciences
Research Institute, April 2007 .
Reports: Climate Change"
and climate change: The melting Arctic," by
Marianne Freiberger, PLUS
Magazine, March 2008
Question of Global Warming," a review by Freeman
Dyson of two books, "A
Question of Balance: Weighing the options on Global
warming Policies" and
"Global Warming: Looking Beyond Kyoto", New York
Review of Books,
June 12, 2008, Vol. 55, No. 10)
Change: A Research Opportunity for Mathematics?" by
Pat Kenschaft, Notices of the AMS, June/July
2008, p. 695
Math in San Diego," by Mary Lou Zeeman, Dynamical Systems
Magazine, April 2008
- "Cloudy Crystal Balls," by Julie Rehmeyer, Science
News, week of August 4, 2007, Vol. 172, No. 5
- "An Analysis
of Radiative Equilibrium, Forcings, and Feedbacks"
(21 pages 700K pdf), by Chris Colose, Environmental Studies, Hudson Valley
WEBSITES OF INTEREST
PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS, AGENCIES, ETC.
MEETINGS AND CONFERENCES
- April 25-26, 2009. The AMS Spring Eastern Section
WPI, Worcester, MA. Includes a two-day special session, The Mathematics
of Climate Change.
- May 4-8, 2009. MSRI
Workshop on Economic Games and Mechanisms
to Address Climate Change, Berkeley, CA.
- May 17-21, 2009. SIAM
Conference on Applications of Dynamical
Systems, Snowbird, UT. Climate modeling is
one of the themes of this conference.
Climate Models Playing Key Role in Polar Bear Decision," University
of Wisconsin, Madison, March 11, 2008
Greenland Ice Sheet Data Will Impact Climate Change
of Buffalo, February 12, 2008
it or not, uncertainty and climate change go hand-in-hand," University
of Washington, October 25, 2007
- "Mathematics Of Ice To Aid Global Warming Forecasts," University
of Utah, September 11, 2007