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Title: Influence of drift flow turbulence on surface gravity wave propagation
Authors: Fabrikant, A.L.
Raevsky, M.A.
Issue Date: Apr-1993
Citation: USA
Abstract: The theory of surface gravity waves scattering at vortex flows in the ocean is developed in this paper. A scattering amplitude is found in the Born approximation as a function of Vorticity that appears very convenient for investigation of scattering at simple localized flows.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/35255
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