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Preface

Shi Jin, Panagiotis E. Souganidis, Eric Vanden-Eijnden, and Xiaoming Wang

Minmax variational principle for steady balanced solutions of the rotating shallow water equations

Visweswaran Nageswaran and Bruce Turkington

pp. 321-339

Study of noise-induced transitions in the Lorenz system using the minimum action method

Weinan E and Xiang Zhou

pp. 341-355

Nonlinear inertia-gravity wave-mode interactions in three dimensional rotating stratified flows

Mark Remmel, Leslie M. Smith, and Jai Sukhatme

pp. 357-376

The multidimensional maximum entropy moment problem: a review of numerical methods

Rafail V. Abramov

pp. 377-392

Application of the stochastic mode-reduction strategy and a priori prediction of symmetry breaking in stochastic systems with underlying symmetry

N. Barlas and I. Timofeyev

pp. 393-408

Hybrid deterministic stochastic systems with microscopic look-ahead dynamics

M. A. Katsoulakis, A. J. Majda, and A. Sopasakis

pp. 409-437

Reduced dynamics of stochastically perturbed gradient flows

Ibrahim Fatkullin, Gregor Kovačič, and Eric Vanden-Eijnden

pp. 439-461

Diffusion limit of the Vlasov-Poisson-Fokker-Planck system

Najoua El Ghani and Nader Masmoudi

pp. 463-479

Two coarse-graining studies of stochastic models in molecular biology

Adnan A. Khan, Peter R. Kramer, and Juan C. Latorre

pp. 481-517

Intraseasonal multi-scale moist dynamics of the tropical atmosphere

Joseph A. Biello and Andrew J. Majda

pp. 519-540

Dynamics of current-based, Poisson driven, integrate-and-fire neuronal networks

David Cai, Gregor Kovačič, Peter R. Kramer, Katherine A. Newhall, Aaditya V. Rangan, and Douglas Zhou

pp. 541-600

The exact evolution of the scalar variance in pipe and channel flow

Roberto Camassa, Zhi Lin, and Richard M. McLaughlin

pp. 601-626

Stochastic homogenization of Hamilon-Jacobi and "viscous"-Hamilton-Jacobi equations with convex nonlinearities -- Revisited

Pierre-Louis Lions and Panagiotis E. Souganidis

pp. 627-637