We study forced long-wave oscillations of a liquid in a ring-shaped basin of variable depth within the framework of the linear theory of long waves with regard for the influence of the Coriolis force. The oscillations are induced by disturbances of atmospheric pressure periodic as functions of time. The parameters of the basin (bottom topography and linear sizes) are chosen to approximate the Antarctic region located between 60 and 70°S. The wave velocities and the structure of the modes of elevations of the free surface are determined by using numerical methods. We also establish the dependences of the characteristics of the wave process on the period of surface pressure.
Physical Oceanography – Springer Journals
Published: Oct 20, 2004
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