Geophysical Fluid Dynamics
Edition: 2nd 1987 (Revised)
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Description: This second edition of the widely acclaimed Geophysical Fluid Dynamics by Joseph Pedlosky offers the reader a high-level, unified treatment of the theory of the dynamics of large-scale motions of the oceans and atmosphere. Revised and updated, it includes expanded discussions of * the fundamentals of geostrophic turbulence * the theory of wave-mean flow interaction * thermocline theory * finite amplitude barocline instability.From the reviews:The author has done a masterful job in presenting the theory with the necessary mathematical foundation, while keeping the physical aspects in clear view...it is an outstanding introduction to a complex and important subject. GEOPHYSICS
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List price: $105.00
Copyright year: 1987
Publication date: 4/16/1992
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 1.25" tall
|Inviscid Shallow-Water Theory|
|Friction and Viscous Flow|
|Homogeneous Models of the Wind-Driven Oceanic Circulation|
|Quasigeostrophic Motion of a Stratified Fluid on a Sphere|