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Unsteady, Turbulent Convection into a Rotating, Linearly Stratified Fluid: Modeling Deep Ocean Convection
Abstract A laboratory experiment has been constructed to Model the deep convective processes in a stratified ocean driven by the energetic cooling at the ocean surface. For convenience in theExpand
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Experiments on double-diffusive sugar–salt fingers at high stability ratio
In a series of laboratory experiments the growth of double-diffusive salt fingers from an initial configuration of two homogeneous reservoirs with salt in the lower and sugar in the upper layer wasExpand
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Turbulence and mixing in the boundary layer generated by shoaling internal waves
Abstract Over a range of incidence angles the energy of an internal wave propagating onto a sloping boundary is concentrated in a boundary layer on the slope. As a wave propagates upslope the changeExpand
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An upper limit on the stochastic gravitational-wave background of cosmological origin
A stochastic background of gravitational waves is expected to arise from a superposition of a large number of unresolved gravitationalwave sources of astrophysical and cosmological origin. It shouldExpand
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Cirrus cloud-temperature interactions in the tropical tropopause layer: a case study
Abstract. Thin cirrus clouds in the Tropical Tropopause Layer (TTL) have important ramifications for radiative transfer, stratospheric humidity, and vertical transport. A horizontally extensive andExpand
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Convectively driven mixed layer growth in a rotating, stratified fluid
Abstract A laboratory experiment has been conducted to examine deep convective processes in a stratified ocean. For convenience, cooling at the ocean surface is modelled in the laboratory by heatingExpand
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The energetics of breaking events in a resonantly forced internal wave field
A series of vertical density profiles was taken in a stratified tank in which a standing internal wave was forced to amplitudes at which it became unstable and, as a result of the instability,Expand
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Classical Mechanics
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A new rigorous approach to coulomb scattering
SummaryThis paper establishes two properties of nonrelativistic Coulomb scattering. The first is that, when considered as a distribution, the Coulomb partial-wave series is convergent (even thoughExpand
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Classification of Paraparticles
Hartle and Taylor have shown that the cluster law imposes certain restrictions on the allowed symmetries of first-quantized systems of identical particles. We extend their results to show that allExpand
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