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View Resource Surface Driven Convection

This experiment, figure 3.10, showcasing MITgcm's non-hydrostatic capability, was designed to explore the temporal and spatial characteristics of convection plumes as they might exist during a period...

http://mitgcm.org/sealion/online_documents/node119.html
View Resource Held-Suarez Forcing Atmospheric Simulation on a Latitude-longitude Grid 2.8. Resolution and on a Cube-sphere Grid with 32 Square Cube Faces

This example illustrates the use of the MITgcm for large scale atmospheric circulation simulation. Two simulations are described * global atmospheric circulation on a latitude-longitude grid...

http://mitgcm.org/sealion/online_documents/node115.html
View Resource Gravity Plume On a Continental Slope

An important test of any ocean model is the ability to represent the flow of dense fluid down a slope. One example of such a flow is a non-rotating gravity plume on a continental slope, forced by a...

http://mitgcm.org/sealion/online_documents/node126.html
View Resource Cryogenic Roses

Can ice be used to preserve once-living things? Experiment with rose buds to find out.

http://www.education.com/reference/article/Ref_Cryogenic_Ros...
View Resource Cryogenic Science Experiments

If you've watched the Discovery Channel, you've probably seen the show where the frozen Russian wooly mammoth was being thawed by scientists. Not only was it thawed, but a piece was cooked and eaten....

http://www.light-science.com/cryogenicroses.html
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