Notes on the 1969 Summer Study Program in Geophysical Fluid Dynamics at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
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The principal theme of this eleventh Summer Program has been Astrophysical Fluid Dynamics. As in the past, we have explored the region of overlap in technique and theory of our summer theme and other aspects of Fluid Dynamics. An interesting example of this overlap is the application of the physics of salt-finger instability, a significant oceanographic process, to instabilities due to differential rotation in the sun, a critical problem in stellar evolution.
Originally issued as Reference No. 69-41, series later renamed WHOI-.
Suggested CitationTechnical Report: Malkus, Willem V. R., Thayer, Mary C., "Notes on the 1969 Summer Study Program in Geophysical Fluid Dynamics at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution", 1969, DOI:10.1575/1912/2934, https://hdl.handle.net/1912/2934
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