Internal waves, finestructure, mocrostructure, and mixing in the ocean
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Progress in measuring, interpreting, and understanding oceanic internal gravity waves and fine and microstructure is reviewed; we emphasize the quadrennium 1975-1978. The context is how these subjects contribute to oceanic mixing. The overlap between the areas is examined, as is the relevance of the subjects to other aspects of Present trends and suggestions for future work are included, and we offer some speculation on possible progress during the next quadrennium, which may be substantial especially for finestructure understanding.
Also published as: Reviews of geophysics and space physics (1979) 17: 1524-1548
Suggested CitationTechnical Report: Gregg, Michael C., Briscoe, Melbourne G., "Internal waves, finestructure, mocrostructure, and mixing in the ocean", 1980-11, DOI:10.1575/1912/9594, https://hdl.handle.net/1912/9594
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