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Image of the Week - More than a TOY

Image of the week - More than a TOY


Image courtesy CU/NCAR and the TOY Geophysical Turbulence Summer School

Every year, the Institute for Mathematics Applied to Geosciences conducts a 3-week-long Geophysical Turbulence Summer School, in which students learn how to model complex phenomena as part of a course on computational methods, scientific computing and visualization. In 2008, their Theme Of the Year, or TOY, was on gravity waves. And the above is what team of students - Jochem Floor, Neven-Stjepan Fuckar, and Dorota Jarecka - came up with, to illustrate the idea of a gravity wave.

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