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Tag: physical oceanography

  • Exploring Ocean Turbulence: 2016 Sloan Fellow Ryan Abernathey

    Exploring Ocean Turbulence: 2016 Sloan Fellow Ryan Abernathey

    When you examine the behavior of the global oceans closely—really closely, at scales smaller than 100 kilometers—eddies and jets and fronts start to appear. For Ryan Abernathey, this is where ocean physics gets interesting.

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  • Exploring Ocean Turbulence: 2016 Sloan Fellow Ryan Abernathey

    Exploring Ocean Turbulence: 2016 Sloan Fellow Ryan Abernathey

    When you examine the behavior of the global oceans closely—really closely, at scales smaller than 100 kilometers—eddies and jets and fronts start to appear. For Ryan Abernathey, this is where ocean physics gets interesting.