Recent Papers

(Additional Papers Listed HERE)

 
  1. Statistics of the stochastically-forced Lorenz attractor by the Fokker-Planck and cumulant equations (link)

  2. Generalised quasi-linear approximation of the HMRI (link)

  3. The Generalized Quasilinear Approximation:  Application to Zonal Jets (link)

  4. On the Late-Time Behaviour of a Bounded, Inviscid Two-Dimensional Flow [Journal of Fluid Mechanics 783, 1 -- 22 (2015)] (pdf) (link)  See also the Focus on Fluids article about this work by Paul Newton, JFM 786 1-4 (2016). 

  5. Cumulant Expansions for Atmospheric Flows [New Journal of Physics 18, 025019 (2016)] (link) (pdf)

  6. Feedbacks and landscape-level vegetation dynamics [Trends in Ecology and Evolution 30, 255-260 (2015)] (link)

  7. Direct Statistical Simulation of a Jet (link)

  8. Hyperviscosity and statistical equilibria of Euler turbulence on the torus and the sphere [Journal of Statistical Physics: Theory and Experiment P07020 (2014)] (link) (pdf)

  9. Direct Statistical Simulation of Out-of-Equilibrium Jets [Physical Review Letters 101, 104502 (2013)] (link) (pdf)

  10. Planetary atmospheres as non-equilibrium condensed matter [Annual Reviews of Condensed Matter Physics 3, 285 - 310 (2012)] (link) or for personal use only you may download the published version at URL http://arjournals.annualreviews.org/eprint/jP9dzFmzEHGEHQmk9axR/full/10.1146/annurev-conmatphys-020911-125114

  11. Looking for new problems to solve?  Consider the climate [Physics Trends 4, 20 (2011)] (link) (pdf)

  12. Strong Correlations in Actinide Redox Reactions [The Journal of Chemical Physics 134, 064510 (2011)] (pdf)

  13. Astrophysical Fluid Dynamics via Direct Statistical Simulation [The Astrophysical Journal 727, 127 (2011)] (pdf)

  14. Statistics of the General Circulation from Cumulant Expansions [Chaos 20, 041107 (2010)] (pdf)

  15. Fire in the Earth System [Science 324, 481 (2009) [link]

  16. Statistics of an Unstable Barotropic Jet From Cumulant Expansions [Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences 65, 1955 (2008)] (pdf)

  17. Exact Equal Time Statistics of Orszag-McLaughlin Dynamics Investigated Using the Hopf Characteristic Functional Approach [Journal of Statistical Mechanics: Theory and Experiment P10007 (2005)] (pdf)

(A complete listing of Brad Marston’s papers that are posted on the arXiv can be found here.)