Mathematics of Planet Earth Exhibit Opens at EPSL
Mathematics of Planet Earth Exhibition
Engineering and Physical Sciences Library
Visit a new exhibit at the Engineering and Physical Sciences Library on how mathematicians and glaciologists collaborate to study glaciers and create a model to predict glacier fluctuations.
Mathematics of Planet Earth 2013 is a global program supported by UNESCO to highlight the role of mathematics in the study of Earth. One of the missions of MPE is to present “the essential role of the mathematical sciences in facing the challenges to our planet.”
The Engineering and Physical Science Library, located in the Mathematics Building, contains materials in the engineering, computer, mathematical and physical sciences disciplines. In addition, EPSL's Technical Reports Center contains more than two million reports from NASA, ERDA, Rand Corporation and other agencies and organizations. EPSL is also a U.S. Patent and Trademark Resource Center, and