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Wind-Over-Wave Couplings: Perspectives and Prospects

S. G. Sajjadi, N. H. Thomas, J. C. R. Hunt, Institute of Mathematics and Its Applications - Mathematics - 1999 - 356 pages
The way in which wind blows over water and causes waves to be generated is still a very active area of research for applied mathematicians, as well as for oceanographers and ...
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Turbulence and diffusion in stable environments: based on the proceedings of ...

Julian C. R. Hunt, Institute of Mathematics and Its Applications - Science - 1985 - 319 pages
Good,No Highlights,No Markup,all pages are intact, Slight Shelfwear,may have the corners slightly dented, may have slight color changes/slightly damaged spine.
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Computational aeronautical fluid dynamics

L. Fezoui, Jacques Periaux, Julian C. R. Hunt - Religion - 1994 - 381 pages
This volume presents a number of important papers focusing on topics of current interest to applied mathematicians and numerical analysts working on computational fluid ...
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Wavelets, fractals, and Fourier transforms

M. Farge, Julian C. R. Hunt, J. C. Vassilicos - Mathematics - 1993 - 403 pages
Many of the recently developed mathematical techniques used to describe complex algebraic functions and analyze empirical continuous data have been derived from a wide range of ...
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Wind Generated Ocean Waves

I.R. Young - Science - 1999 - 287 pages
The goals of wind wave research are relatively well defined: to be able to predict the wind wave field and its effect on the environment. That environment could be natural ...
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The Near-Surface Layer of the Ocean: Structure, Dynamics and Applications

Alexander Soloviev, Roger Lukas - Science - 2006 - 574 pages
Until the 1980s, a tacit agreement among many physical oceanographers was that nothing deserving attention could be found in the upper few meters of the ocean. The lack of ...
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