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Atmospheric and climate research is all about math and chaos

I'm almost done stuffing my brain with atmospheric research at NCAR, the National Center for Atmospheric Research in Boulder. We spent vast amounts of time discussing modeling for global climate change, which couples weather data with all kinds of other things: interactive ocean, land surface, and sea ice models; changes in greenhouse gases, solar input, volcanoes, visible air pollution; standard carbon cycles.