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INTIMATE'96. A shallow water tomography experiment devoted to the study of internal tides

@inproceedings{Demoulin1997INTIMATE96AS,
  title={INTIMATE'96. A shallow water tomography experiment devoted to the study of internal tides},
  author={Xavier Demoulin and Yann St{\'e}phan and S{\'e}rgio M. Jesus and Emanuel F. Coelho and Michael B. Porter},
  year={1997}
}

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