Surface Manifestations of Internal Waves Induced by a Subsurface Buoyant Jet (Experiment and Theory)
In this contribution we summarized the main results of the work on internal waves generated by vertical turbulent plumes in stratified fluids, including the mechanisms of internal wave generation, the structure of internal waves, and their surface manifestations Particular attention is focused on the major series of experiments performed in the Large Thermally Stratified Tank of the Institute of Applied Physics of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Nizhny Novgorod, Russia. The majority of results are applicable for the monitoring of the coastal zone of the oceans. The other potential implications include buoyant plumes generated by subglacial discharge in Greenland fjords.
This study was supported by the Russian Foundation for Basic Research (projects 18-05-00292, 16-55-52022 MHT-a, 17-05-41117 RGS) and the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation (project RFMEFI57716X0234).
Numerical code development and numerical modeling were supported by the Russian Science Foundation (№ 15-17-20009). The basic salary of the IAP RAS authors was obtained from FASO (project № 0035-2014-0032).
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