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Carl Wunsch Special Issue

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  • 1 Max-Planck-Institut für Meteorologie, Hamburg, Germany
  • | 2 Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, California
  • | 3 Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, and Division of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts
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1. Introduction

This special issue of the Journal of Physical Oceanography (JPO) celebrates the accomplishments of Carl Wunsch, in honor of his 65th birthday on 5 May 2006. Through the power of his vision, the rigor of his approach, and the generosity with which he has shared his ideas and resources, Carl has shaped the landscape of physical oceanography. Most scientists would be proud if they had effected one revolution in their field. Carl created four, not counting the ones before the time we entered the field. On these, suffice it to say that one is

1. Introduction

This special issue of the Journal of Physical Oceanography (JPO) celebrates the accomplishments of Carl Wunsch, in honor of his 65th birthday on 5 May 2006. Through the power of his vision, the rigor of his approach, and the generosity with which he has shared his ideas and resources, Carl has shaped the landscape of physical oceanography. Most scientists would be proud if they had effected one revolution in their field. Carl created four, not counting the ones before the time we entered the field. On these, suffice it to say that one is

This article included in the In Honor of Carl Wunsch special collection.

1. Introduction

This special issue of the Journal of Physical Oceanography (JPO) celebrates the accomplishments of Carl Wunsch, in honor of his 65th birthday on 5 May 2006. Through the power of his vision, the rigor of his approach, and the generosity with which he has shared his ideas and resources, Carl has shaped the landscape of physical oceanography. Most scientists would be proud if they had effected one revolution in their field. Carl created four, not counting the ones before the time we entered the field. On these, suffice it to say that one is

1. Introduction

This special issue of the Journal of Physical Oceanography (JPO) celebrates the accomplishments of Carl Wunsch, in honor of his 65th birthday on 5 May 2006. Through the power of his vision, the rigor of his approach, and the generosity with which he has shared his ideas and resources, Carl has shaped the landscape of physical oceanography. Most scientists would be proud if they had effected one revolution in their field. Carl created four, not counting the ones before the time we entered the field. On these, suffice it to say that one is

This article included in the In Honor of Carl Wunsch special collection.

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