2012 Noble Lectures - " General Circulation of the Atmosphere"
The 2012 Noble Lectures will be given by Dr. Isaac Held, senior research scientist, GFDL and NOAA and Lecturer with rank of Professor at Princeton University.
The lectures will be given the week of May 7th, with a special Physics Colloquium on Monday, May 7th. The focus of the lecture series will be on the dynamics of the atmosphere.
Lectures will take place in the Koffler Institute, room KP 108. Refreshments will be served half an hour prior to the start of each lecture in the lobby, just outside the lecture room. All five lectures will be one hour.
Hurricanes and Climate Change
Time Scales of Global Warming
11 am Tuesday May 8th, KP 108
Problems in the Theory of the General Circulation of the Atmosphere: Part 1
Problems in the Theory of the General Circulation of the Atmosphere: Part 2
Problems in the Theory of the General Circulation of the Atmosphere: Part 3
Previous Noble Lectures
|2011: Prof. Anne M. Thompson||Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics through the Lens of Ozone|
|2010: Prof. Raymond T. Pierrehumbert||New Worlds, New Climates|
|2009: Dr. Kelly Chance||The Physics of Atmospheric Gas Measurements|
|2008: Prof. J. Michael Wallace||The Global Atmosphere in Motion|
|2007: Dr. John P. Burrows||Atmospheric Chemistry and the Remote Sensing of the Global Atmosphere|
|2006: Dr. Syukuro Manabe|
|2005: Prof. Michael McIntyre|
|2004: Dr. Guy Brasseur|
|2003: Prof. Clive Rodgers|
The Noble Lectures are made possible by the generous support of the Reginald and Muriel Noble Fund.