2013-Kose, Emek and Jennifer Kunze - Climate Modeling in the Calculus and Differential Equations Classroom.

By Brian Winkel

SIMIODE, Chardon OH USA

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Abstract

Kose, Emek and Jennifer Kunze. 2013. Climate Modeling in the Calculus and Differential Equations Classroom. THE COLLEGE MATHEMATICS JOURNAL. 44(5): 424-427.

See https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.4169/college.math.j.44.5.424

Introduction:  

We introduce here the basic principles of climate science for a one-dimensional Energy Balance Model (EBM), as first proposed by Peter Imkeller [2]. Calculus and differential equations students can use it as a basis for further research into the climate system, particularly the ice-albedo feedback mechanism.

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  • Brian Winkel (2020), "2013-Kose, Emek and Jennifer Kunze - Climate Modeling in the Calculus and Differential Equations Classroom.," https://simiode.org/resources/7086.

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