This book offers an overview of advanced techniques to study atmospheric dynamics by numerical experimentation. It is primarily intended for scientists and graduate students working on interdisciplinary research problems at the intersection of the atmospheric sciences, applied mathematics, statistics and physics. Scientists interested in adopting techniques from the atmospheric sciences to study other complex systems may also find most of the topics covered in the book interesting. The specific techniques covered in the book have either proven or potential value in solving practical problems of atmospheric dynamics.
○ Serves as a “one-stop-shop” for interdisciplinary research groups, such as those in physics, applied mathematics and statistics
○ Brings together materials, which have traditionally been presented separately in books on atmospheric or geophysical fluid dynamics, numerical weather prediction, data assimilation, dynamical systems and chaos, signal processing and information theory