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Title: UNDERSTANDING THE EVOLUTION AND ENERGETICS OF INTERNAL TIDES WITHIN MONTEREY BAY VIA NUMERICAL SIMULATIONS
Authors: Steven Michael Jachec
Year: 2008
Abstract: Traditionally, it has been viewed that tides dissipate 2.6 TW over the continentalshelves via the shallow bottom boundary layer, and have little impact on deep oceanmixing (Munk & Wunsch, 1998). Through their tidal maps, Egbert & Ray (2001)have confirmed that while most energy is lost in the shallow sea, nearly 1 TW is
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Title: UNDERSTANDING THE EVOLUTION AND ENERGETICS OF INTERNAL TIDES WITHIN MONTEREY BAY VIA NUMERICAL SIMULATIONS
Authors: Steven Michael Jachec
Year: 2008
Abstract: Traditionally, it has been viewed that tides dissipate 2.6 TW over the continentalshelves via the shallow bottom boundary layer, and have little impact on deep oceanmixing (Munk & Wunsch, 1998). Through their tidal maps, Egbert & Ray (2001)have confirmed that while most energy is lost in the shallow sea, nearly 1 TW is
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Title: UNDERSTANDING THE EVOLUTION AND ENERGETICS OF INTERNAL TIDES WITHIN MONTEREY BAY VIA NUMERICAL SIMULATIONS
Authors: Steven Michael Jachec
Year: 2008
Abstract: Traditionally, it has been viewed that tides dissipate 2.6 TW over the continentalshelves via the shallow bottom boundary layer, and have little impact on deep oceanmixing (Munk & Wunsch, 1998). Through their tidal maps, Egbert & Ray (2001)have confirmed that while most energy is lost in the shallow sea, nearly 1 TW is
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