Brown, David John
It is now generally accepted that solitary waves are a commonly occurring and
important dynamical feature in geophysical fluids. Waves of this type transfer mass,
momentum and energy, and play a significant role in the generation of turbulence
in the atmospheric boundary layer (Christie, 1992; Rottman and Einaudi, 1993). In
addition, since solitary waves often have large amplitudes they can provide an important
mechanism for the generation of deep convection in a conditionally...[Show more]
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