Inertial and gravity wave transmissions near radiative–convective boundaries

@article{Cai2021InertialAG,
  title={Inertial and gravity wave transmissions near radiative–convective boundaries},
  author={Tao Cai and Cong Yu and Xing Wei},
  journal={Journal of Fluid Mechanics},
  year={2021},
  volume={916}
}
Abstract In this paper, we study inertial and gravity wave transmissions near radiative–convective boundaries on the f-plane. Two configurations have been considered: waves propagate from the convective layer to the radiative stratified stable layer, or the other way around. It has been found that waves prefer to survive at low latitudes when the stable layer is strongly stratified ($N^2/(2\varOmega )^2>1$). When the stable layer is weakly stratified ($N^2/(2\varOmega )^2 < 1$), however, waves… 
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