Library of Oceanography Research and Abstracts
roman glazman roman glazman

Roman Glazman, circa summer 1986

I. Baroclinic Inertia-Gravity Waves
II. Bubbles Oscillations and Adsorbed Film
III. Equatorial and Meridional Components of Rossby Solitons and Waves
IV. Long Internal Gravity Waves Dynamics and Transport
V. Magnetic Field Induced by Ocean Currents
VI. Mathematical Wave Properties of Ocean and Wind Waves
VII. Passive Scalar Transport and Fluctuation
VIII. Sea Level Measurements and Techniques
IX. Sea State Bias in Altimetry
X. Sea Surface Geometry, Fractal Properties
XI. Surface Wind and Wind Speed
XII. Spectral Analysis of Waves, Equilibrium Spectrum
XIII. Wave Turbulence and Turbulent Diffusion
XIV. Wind-Generated Gravity Waves and Surface Gravity Waves
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Equatorial and Off-Equatorial Regime and Rossby Solitons Observed by Topex Altimeter

Author:
Glazman, Roman E.

Conference
2002

Long Internal Gravity Waves as a Factor of Large-Scale Transport

Author:
Glazman, Roman E.

Conference
2002

Analysis of SSH variability in the tropical Pacific based on ocean model and topex altimeter data during the Topex-Poseidon mission

Author:
Glazman, Roman E.
Golubev, Y.N.
Chao, Y.

Conference
2003

Energy dissipation rate inferred from spectra of long internal gravity waves

Author:
Glazman, Roman E.

Conference
2003

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