Accession Number:

ADA149510

Title:

Internal Gravity Waves and Small-Scale Turbulence: Proceedings of 'Aha Huliko'a Hawaiian Winter Workshop (2nd) Held at Manoa on January 17-20, 1984.

Descriptive Note:

Special publication,

Corporate Author:

HAWAII INST OF GEOPHYSICS HONOLULU

Personal Author(s):

Report Date:

1984-01-01

Pagination or Media Count:

310.0

Abstract:

Contents Oceanic Shear Spectra from a Submarine Towed Observations of Internal Waves and Patches of Fine-Scale Turbulence The Transition from Kelvin-Helmholtz Instability to Turbulence Internal Waves and Mixing in the Ocean Observations and Speculations Richardson Number Approach to Internal Wave Instability in the Ocean and Stratosphere Recent Observations of Near-Inertial Frequency Internal Waves The Wavenumber Frequency Spectrum of the Internal Wavefield The Monthly Variability of the Upper-Ocean Internal Wave Energy A Progress Report on the Correspondence with Wind Stress Internal Wave Climatology An Update Estimates of Cross-Isopycnal Diffusivities from Climatological Hydrographic Data Parameterizing the Effects of Internal Waves Simple Ideas and Things We Need to Know How Much Internal Wave Energy is Redistributed or Lost Through Bottom Reflection Interaction of Internal Waves of Near-Inertial Frequencies Transport of Small-Scale Internal Waves Toward Microstructure Probing the Internal Wave Strong Interaction Regime by Numerical Experimentation Small-Scale Vortical Motions Stability of Inviscid Stratified Flows Under Nonlinear Perturbations Closure for Turbulent VelocityPressure-Gradient Correlations in Nonuniform Flows The Atmospheric Noise Spectrum-Waves or Stratified Turbulence New Directions in Internal Wave and Microstructure Research reprinted from EOS.

Subject Categories:

  • Meteorology
  • Physical and Dynamic Oceanography

Distribution Statement:

APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE