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The Evolution of a Nonlinear Critical Level

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The evolution of inviscid forced Rossby waves on a parallel flow in the presence of a critical layer is discussed. It is shown that the transient critical layer becomes nonlinear after sufficient time has elapsed and that the “− π” logarithmic phase shift is modified accordingly. All harmonics are found to be important in the nonlinear range, even outside the critical layer.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: July 1, 1978

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