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Myths and Methods in Modeling - M. Spiegelman (Columbia Univ.)

Myths and Methods in Modeling - M. Spiegelman (Columbia Univ.)
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This is one of the most popular graduate courses within the CU DEES graduate curriculum. Useful for physical modeling of virtually any sort. Also available in PDF format. The purpose of this course is to develop the numerical and analytical skills required to formulate, execute and understand quantitative models of earth (and other) processes. These skills are becoming more and more necessary in quantitative earth science, however, there is, as yet, no formal mechanism for learning these techniques in a context that emphasizes real earth and environmental science problems. In addition to providing hands-on experience in modeling, this course will also attempt to de-mystify (or de-mythify) the general practice of forward modeling and provide enough insight to critically evaluate results of publiched models. This course is designed to complement G6908x Quantitative methods of data analysis by providing a fundamental set of data analysis by providing a fundamental set of quantitative tools that would benefit all earth scientists independent of discipline.
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