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The stability of a quasigeostrophic vortex over a radially symmetric topographic feature (elevation or depression) in a two-layer ocean on the f plane is examined. This article’’s concern is with compensated vortices, that is, those in which the lower layer is at rest (the disturbances, however,...
Two-equation models are being increasingly used to model turbulence in geophysical flows. A salient aspect of these flows is the stable gravitational stratification, which implies that turbulent fluctuations can generate internal waves that drain energy from turbulent eddies. This energy is not...
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