Mathematics and Climate Research Network Minnesota Node 
Introduction to Filippov Systems and Multiflows Cameron Thieme School of Mathematics, University of Minnesota 11:15 Tuesday CDT, December 15, 2020

What we have learned from climate models of different complexities Alice Nadeau Cornell University 11:15 Tuesday CDT, December 22, 2020

Introduction to Permafrost Maria Sanchez Muniz School of Mathematics, University of Minnesota 11:15 Thursday CDT, December 24, 2020

Zoom
We will broadcast the seminar to participants via Zoom. If you would like to receive a weekly invitation to the sessions, please send an email to Maria Sanchez <sanch522@umn.edu>.
Organizers
Richard McGehee,
School of Mathematics,
<mcgehee@umn.edu>
Clarence Lehman,
College of Biological Sciences,
<lehman@umn.edu>
Description
This seminar examines some of the simpler mathematical models of climate in the recent literature. Participants are encouraged to read a paper and report on it to the other participants, but passive participation is also welcomed. Course credit can be arranged either through the School of Mathematics or the Department of Ecology, Evolution and Behavior by arrangement with the organizers.
Acknowledgement
This seminar is associated with the NSF sponsored Mathematics and Climate Research Network.