Zonal Jets: Phenomenology, Genesis, and Physics
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In recent decades, great progress has been made in our understanding of zonal jets across many subjects - atmospheric science, oceanography, planetary science, geophysical fluid dynamics, plasma physics, magnetohydrodynamics, turbulence theory - but communication between researchers from different fields has been weak or non-existent. Even the terminology in different fields may be so disparate that researchers working on similar problems do not understand each other. This comprehensive, multidisciplinary volume will break cross-disciplinary barriers and aid the advancement of the subject. It presents a state-of-the-art summary of all relevant branches of the physics of zonal jets, from the leading experts. The phenomena and concepts are introduced at a level accessible to beginning graduate students and researchers from different fields. The book also includes a very extensive bibliography.
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Citation / Publisher Attribution
B. Galperin & P. L. Read (Eds.), Zonal Jets: Phenomenology, Genesis, and Physics, Cambridge University Press, 550 p.
Scholar Commons Citation
Galperin, Boris and Read, Peter L., "Zonal Jets: Phenomenology, Genesis, and Physics" (2019). Marine Science Faculty Publications. 1454.