Topographically induced internal solitary waves in a pycnocline: Primary generation and topographic control
Internal solitary waves (hereafter ISWs) are stable nonlinear waves propagating in regions of strong density gradients common in geophysical flows. The purpose of the present work is to describe the generation of internal solitary waves at the interface o
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