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Statistics of an Unstable Barotropic Jet from a Cumulant Expansion

- J. Marston, E. Conover, T. Schneider
- Physics, Environmental Science
- 30 April 2007

Low-order equal-time statistics of a barotropic flow on a rotating sphere are investigated. The flow is driven by linear relaxation toward an unstable zonal jet. For relatively short relaxation… Expand

Topological origin of equatorial waves

- P. Delplace, J. Marston, A. Venaille
- PhysicsScience
- 24 February 2017

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Direct statistical simulation of out-of-equilibrium jets.

- S. Tobias, J. Marston
- PhysicsPhysical review letters
- 18 September 2012

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ASTROPHYSICAL FLUID DYNAMICS VIA DIRECT STATISTICAL SIMULATION

- S. Tobias, K. Dagon, J. Marston
- Physics, Mathematics
- 14 September 2010

In this paper, we introduce the concept of direct statistical simulation for astrophysical flows. This technique may be appropriate for problems in astrophysical fluids where the instantaneous… Expand

Generalized Quasilinear Approximation: Application to Zonal Jets.

- J. Marston, G. Chini, S. Tobias
- Physics, Environmental SciencePhysical review letters
- 25 January 2016

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Spin quantum Hall effect in unconventional superconductors

- T. Senthil, J. Marston, M. Fisher
- Physics
- 3 February 1999

We study the properties of the ‘‘spin quantum Hall fluid’’—a spin phase with quantized spin Hall conductance that is potentially realizable in superconducting systems with unconventional pairing… Expand

Three-dimensional rotating Couette flow via the generalised quasilinear approximation

- S. Tobias, J. Marston
- PhysicsJournal of Fluid Mechanics
- 24 May 2016

We examine the effectiveness of the generalised quasilinear (GQL) approximation introduced by Marston et al. (Phys. Rev. Lett., vol. 116 (21), 2016, 214501). This approximation splits the variables… Expand

Spin‐Peierls and spin‐liquid phases of Kagomé quantum antiferromagnets

- J. Marston, C. Zeng
- Physics
- 15 April 1991

The ground state of the spin‐1/2 nearest‐neighbor Heisenberg quantum antiferromagnet on the Kagome lattice probably lacks spin order; therefore, conventional spin‐wave analysis breaks down. To… Expand

Transport anomalies in a simplified model for a heavy-electron quantum critical point

- P. Coleman, J. Marston, A. Schofield
- Physics
- 30 June 2005

We discuss the transport anomalies associated with the development of heavy electrons out of a neutral spin fluid using the large-N treatment of the Kondo-Heisenberg lattice model. At the phase… Expand

Planetary Atmospheres as Nonequilibrium Condensed Matter

- J. Marston
- Physics, Environmental Science
- 26 July 2011

Planetary atmospheres, and models of them, are discussed from the viewpoint of condensed matter physics. Atmospheres are a form of condensed matter, and many of the most interesting concepts of… Expand

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