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GFD Previous Program Topics

2013 — Buoyancy-Driven Flows
2012 — Spatially Localized Structures:  Theory and Applications
2011 — Shear Turbulence: Onset and Structure
2010 — Swirling and Swimming in Turbulence
2009 — Nonlinear Waves
2008 — Perspectives and Challenges in GFD
2007 — Boundary Layers
2006 — Ice
2005 — Fast Time and Fine Scales
2004 — Tides
2003 — Non-Newtonian Geophysical Fluid Dynamics
2002 — Bounds on Turbulent Transport
2001 — Conceptual Models of the Climate
2000 — The General Circulation of the Atmosphere
1999 — Stirring and Mixing
1998 — Astrophysical and Geophysical Flows as Dynamical Systems 
1997 — Rotating hydraulic control
1995 — Rotating convection
1994 — Bio-physical models of ocean population dynamics
1993 — Geometrical methods in fluid mechanics
1992 — Dynamics of the outer planets
1991 — Patterns in fluid flow
1989 — General circulation of the oceans
1988 — The influence of convection on large-scale circulations 
1987 — Order and disorder in planetary dynamos
1986 — Order and disorder in turbulent shear flow
1985 — Chaos
1984 — Dynamic differentiation
1983 — Baroclinic instability and ocean fronts
1982 — Particle motion in fluids
1981 — Physics of convection
1980 — Coherent features in geophysical flows
1979 — Polar oceanography
1978 — Geodynamic dynamo theory
1977 — Turbulence
1976 — Global climatology
1975 — Mantle convection
1974 — Large-scale ocean circulation
1973 — Nonlinear wave interactions
1972 — Mixing in stratified fluids
1971 — Planetary atmospheric dynamics
1970 — Flows in rotating stratified systems
1969 — Astrophysical fluid dynamics
1968 — General circulation of the oceans
1967 — The interior of the earth
1966 — Rotating stratified flow
1965 — Rotating stratified fluids
1964 — Rotating fluids and general ocean circulation
1963 — Rotating fluids and Introduction to Astrophysics
1962 — An astrophysics summer
1961 — Geophysical fluid dynamics, Energy transformations in the ocean
1960 — Fluid dynamics
1959 — Topics in geophysical fluid dynamics, meteorology, oceanography, and radiation