High‐frequency internal waves in large stratified lakes

@article{Boegman2003HighfrequencyIW,
  title={High‐frequency internal waves in large stratified lakes},
  author={L. Boegman and J. Imberger and G. Ivey and J. Antenucci},
  journal={Limnology and Oceanography},
  year={2003},
  volume={48},
  pages={895-919}
}
Observations are presented from Lake Biwa and Lake Kinneret showing the ubiquitous and often periodic nature of high-frequency internal waves in large stratified lakes. In both lakes, high-frequency wave events were observed within two distinct categories: (1) Vertical mode 1 solitary waves near a steepened Kelvin wave front and vertical mode 2 solitary waves at the head of an intrusive thermocline jet were found to have wavelengths ;64‐670 m and ;13‐65 m, respectively, and were observed to… Expand
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