The 1998 WHOI/IOS/ONR internal solitary wave workshop : contributed papers
Duda, Timothy F.
Farmer, David M.
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A workshop entitled "Internal Solitary Waves in the Ocean: Their Physics and Implications for Acoustics, Biology, and Geology" was held during October, 1998 in Sydney, British Columbia, Canada. It was jointly organized by the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (MA, USA), the Institute of Ocean Sciences, (Sydney, BC, Canada), and the U. S. Office of Naval Research. More than 60 scientists from seven countries attended. Participants contributed papers prior to the meeting which were published on the internet at the Woods Hole web site. Those papers are reproduced here.
Suggested CitationTechnical Report: Duda, Timothy F.Farmer, David M., "The 1998 WHOI/IOS/ONR internal solitary wave workshop : contributed papers", 1999-07, DOI:10.1575/1912/83, https://hdl.handle.net/1912/83
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