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Brink, Kenneth H.; Lentz, Steven J. (American Meteorological Society, 2010-04)The effects of a sloping bottom and stratification on a turbulent bottom boundary layer are investigated for cases where the interior flow oscillates monochromatically with frequency ω. At higher frequencies, or small slope ...
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