j.m. lilly

Talks

  1. Progress in studying ocean turbulence from Lagrangian trajectories. October 25, 2018, Alfred Wegener Institute, Germany. {live}
  2. Progress in studying ocean turbulence from Lagrangian trajectories. April 4, 2018, Courant Institute, New York University. {live}
  3. Continuous wavelet analysis 2.0. March 9, 2018, Lancaster University, Lancaster, UK. {live}
  4. Recovery of vortex properties from Lagrangian trajectories. The 2018 Ocean Sciences Meeting, February 15, 2018, Portland, Oregon. {live}
  5. Insights into the Gulf of Mexico circulation from the historical surface drifter dataset. Reunión Anual del Consorcio de Investigación del Golfo de México, April 4, 2017, Centro de Investigación Científica y de Educación Superior de Ensenada (CICESE), Ensenada, Mexico. {live}
  6. Opportunities and challenges in Lagrangian observations of turbulence. Workshop on Transport in Unsteady Flows, January 16, 2017, Banff International Research Station. {live}
  7. Capturing diffusive and ballistic transport from Lagrangian observations. Workshop on Material Transport in Geophysical Flows, July 27, 2016, Montclair State University. {live}
  8. New directions in oceanographic time series analysis. March 22, 2016, Oregon State University, Corvallis. {live}
  9. Analysis of inertial oscillations in the global surface drifter dataset. The 2016 Ocean Sciences Meeting, February 25, 2016, New Orleans, Louisiana. {live}
  10. Big data in time: Progress and challenges from oceanography. University College London Workshop on the Theory of Big Data, January 8, 2016, London, UK. {live}
  11. New directions in oceanographic time series analysis. Tutorial lecture, the 2014 Ocean Sciences Meeting, February 26, 2014, Honolulu, Hawaii. [53 Mb mp4] [9.6 Mb pdf]

  12. An eddy atlas from Lagrangian floats. The 2014 Ocean Sciences Meeting, February 24, 2014, Honolulu, Hawaii. [6.1 Mb pdf]

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