By Joseph Pedlosky
This moment variation of the commonly acclaimed Geophysical Fluid Dynamics via Joseph Pedlosky deals the reader a high-level, unified therapy of the idea of the dynamics of large-scale motions of the oceans and surroundings. Revised and up to date, it comprises multiplied discussions of * the basics of geostrophic turbulence * the idea of wave-mean movement interplay * thermocline idea * finite amplitude barocline instability
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Geophysical fluid dynamics by Joseph Pedlosky