P6310 - Course outline.

P4300/P6310 - Term Paper.

Papers are due in class on Tuesday, April 2. Grad. students (P6310) presentations are also scheduled for April 2. Talks will be 10 min. each (strictly enforced).

Midterm test: is scheduled for Thursday, February 28.

Assignment 1:
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assignment (most problems are from Chapters 1 and 2 of the textbook).

Due in class on Tuesday, January 29.

Assignment 2:
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assignment.

Due in class on Thursday, February 14.

Assignment 3:
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assignment.

Due in class on Tuesday, March 26. Due date extended to March 28

Presentations by graduate students,Tuesday, April 2

1. Alonge, Opeyemi | From Southern Ocean to The North Atlantic in The Ekman Layer? |

2. Angadi, Kanachi | Tsunami-tide interactions- Cook Inlet case study |

3. Arif, Mahommad | Sea ice drift |

4. Chen, Shuyan | Study on a new method of cloaking in stratified seas |

5. Liu, Ying | Sea Surface Current Measurement using X-Band Nautical Radar |

6. Wang, Yanan | Principles of Current Velocity Measurement Using Acoustic Doppler Current Profile |

7. Xie, Yingda | Numerical Modelling---Intro of Finite-Volume Coastal Ocean circulation Model (FVCOM) |

8. Zhang, Yang | The Rossby wave in a rotating-tank experiment |

Papers are marked and can be picked up in my office

List of Sections from the textbook we covered in 2013

Lecture notes (part 1) from previous years

Final exam is scheduled for Thursday, April 18, room C2031/38. Students can bring 2 pages (both sides) of formulas to the exam.