On the generalized eigenvalue problem for the Rossby wave vertical velocity in the presence of mean flow and topography

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Tailleux, Remi (2012)

In a series of papers, Killworth and Blundell have proposed to study the effects of a background mean flow\ud and topography on Rossby wave propagation by means of a generalized eigenvalue problem formulated in\ud terms of the vertical velocity, obtained from a lineariza... View more
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