NEWS AND NOTES, ON THE WEB, CONFERENCE NOTEBOOK

NEWS AND NOTES, ON THE WEB, CONFERENCE NOTEBOOK NEWS AND NOTES New Resea Rch Li Nks distribution, and tsunami w-arn acoustic gravity waves. “This is one a oucsitc a Nd GRvtiya ings, was published recently in t h oe f the reasons why researchers have w vesa Journal of Fluid Mechanics. mostly overlooked acoustic gravity Scientists have for the first timeT he discovery was surprising w aves,” he notes. established a solid relationsh biep c ause the properties of gravityK adri and Akylas derived a between surface gravity wavw esa ves and acoustic waves diffn er e w wave equation that includes a nd acou st ic g rav it y waveg sr . eatly, in both length and tib mo et h compressibility and gravity. Acoustic waves are extremelsy c ales. Surface gravity waves a Tr he e ir wave equation also contains quick and long sound waves tha rt e stored and stabilized mainly b hy ig her-order nonlinear term -s, be sometimes reach hundreds o- f kigravity, but gravity has a minimc a a lu se while in linear theory surface lometers in leng th and propagaetfef ect on sound waves. Water g ’s r avity waves do not feel each other through the http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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American Meteorological Society
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1520-0477
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10.1175/BAMS_978_1333-1340_Nowcast
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NEWS AND NOTES New Resea Rch Li Nks distribution, and tsunami w-arn acoustic gravity waves. “This is one a oucsitc a Nd GRvtiya ings, was published recently in t h oe f the reasons why researchers have w vesa Journal of Fluid Mechanics. mostly overlooked acoustic gravity Scientists have for the first timeT he discovery was surprising w aves,” he notes. established a solid relationsh biep c ause the properties of gravityK adri and Akylas derived a between surface gravity wavw esa ves and acoustic waves diffn er e w wave equation that includes a nd acou st ic g rav it y waveg sr . eatly, in both length and tib mo et h compressibility and gravity. Acoustic waves are extremelsy c ales. Surface gravity waves a Tr he e ir wave equation also contains quick and long sound waves tha rt e stored and stabilized mainly b hy ig her-order nonlinear term -s, be sometimes reach hundreds o- f kigravity, but gravity has a minimc a a lu se while in linear theory surface lometers in leng th and propagaetfef ect on sound waves. Water g ’s r avity waves do not feel each other through the

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Published: Aug 1, 2016

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