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ANDREW BENNETT was awarded a Ph.D. in applied mathematics from Harvard University in 1971. He subsequently continued his research as a National Research Council Fellow at the University of Toronto, and as a Queen's Fellow in Marine Science at Monash University (Melbourne, Australia). Following 8 years as a lecturer and senior lecturer in the Department of Mathematics at Monash University, he became a research scientist at the Institute of Ocean Sciences, Sidney, B.C., Canada. He has been a professor at the College of Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences at Oregon State University since 1987, where his research interests include ocean data assimilation, turbulence theory, and regional modeling. Professor Bennett has won refereeing awards from the Journal of Physical Oceanography (1986) and the Journal of Geophysical Research (1995), and is also the author of Inverse Methods in Physical Oceanography (Cambridge University Press, 1992).


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Oceanography -- Mathematical models.
Meteorology -- Mathematical models.
Inverse problems (Differential equations)