Recognizing Contributions to Nonlinear Geophysics
The Ed Lorenz Lecture is presented annually and recognizes original contributions to the field of nonlinear geophysics. This lecture honors the life and work of the renowned mathematician and meteorologist, Ed Lorenz, for his pioneering work in nonlinear geophysics.
The Lorenz Lecture is presented at the Nonlinear Geophysics section event during the AGU Fall Meeting.
- Lecture certificate
- Recognition in Eos
- Recognition at AGU's annual meeting during the lecture presentation year
- An invitation to present the Lorenz Lecture at AGU's annual meeting during the lecture presentation year
- Ticket to the Nonlinear Geophysics section ticketed event at AGU's annual meeting during the lecture presentation year
About the Nonlinear Geophysics Section
The Nonlinear Geophysics Section focuses on quantifying nonlinear behavior through analysis of geophysical data and modeling using the mathematical tools and approaches of fractals, chaos, scaling, critical phenomenon, nucleation, cellular automata, and self-organizing and complex systems