About this book series

SpringerBriefs present concise summaries of cutting-edge research and practical applications across a wide spectrum of fields. Featuring compact volumes of 50 to 125 pages, the series covers a range of content from professional to academic. Briefs are characterized by fast, global electronic dissemination, standard publishing contracts, standardized manuscript preparation and formatting guidelines, and expedited production schedules.

Typical topics might include:

 • A timely report of state-of-the art techniques

• A bridge between new research results, as published in journal articles, and a contextual literature review

• A snapshot of a hot or emerging topic

• An in-depth case study

SpringerBriefs in the Mathematics of Planet Earth showcase topics of current relevance to the Mathematics of Planet Earth. Published titles will feature both academic-inspired work and more practitioner-oriented material, with a focus on the application of recent mathematical advances from the fields of Stochastic And Deterministic Evolution Equations, Dynamical Systems, Data Assimilation, Numerical Analysis, Probability and Statistics, Computational Methods to areas such as climate prediction, numerical weather forecasting at global and regional scales, multi-scale modelling of coupled ocean-atmosphere dynamics, adaptation, mitigation and resilience to climate change, etc.  This series is intended for mathematicians and other scientists with interest in the Mathematics of Planet Earth.

Part of this series
Mathematics of Planet Earth
Electronic ISSN
2509-7334
Print ISSN
2509-7326
Editor-in-Chief
  • Dan Crisan,
  • Darryl D. Holm
Series Editor
  • Colin J. Cotter,
  • Jochen Broecker,
  • Ted Shepherd,
  • Sebastian Reich,
  • Valerio Lucarini

Book titles in this series

Abstracted and indexed in

  1. zbMATH