## Nonlinear waves in waveguides: with stratification |

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2.1.2

processes requires a knowledge of the characteristic space and amplitude scales

. Therefore it is necessary to specify boundary and initial conditions.

2.1.2

**Atmospheric Waves**: Dispersion and Polarization The study of nonlinearprocesses requires a knowledge of the characteristic space and amplitude scales

. Therefore it is necessary to specify boundary and initial conditions.

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We may suppose that the interaction of a Rossby

attempts at theoretical investigation of nonlinear internal

Long ...

We may suppose that the interaction of a Rossby

**wave**and a long internal gravity**wave**is described by the coupled ...**Atmospheric**. Internal.**Waves**. The firstattempts at theoretical investigation of nonlinear internal

**waves**were made byLong ...

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A gaseous atmosphere in a gravitational field is a good example of a medium

with inhomogeneous Knudsen number. ... This increase is rapid: at altitudes

typical for

orders of ...

A gaseous atmosphere in a gravitational field is a good example of a medium

with inhomogeneous Knudsen number. ... This increase is rapid: at altitudes

typical for

**atmospheric waves**, 0- 100km [5.2], the path length varies over 9orders of ...

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### Contents

Introduction | 1 |

The Discrimination and Interaction | 12 |

Interaction of Modes in an Electromagnetic Field Waveguide | 50 |

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