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[In barotropic ocean dynamics the secondary effect of ocean loading and selfattraction (LSA) is known to be an essential part. It is often considered in a simplified manner, because the full LSA-term turns the dynamical equations into an integro-differential equation system that makes...
[The barotropic free oscillations of the global ocean are defined through the linearized homogeneous shallow water equations (e.g. ).
[The free oscillations of theWorld Ocean on the rotating Earth consist of gravity and vorticity modes, primarily governed by the gravity of the Earth and by the latitude dependent Coriolis force, respectively. A total of 284 free oscillations is found in the period range of 7.7 h to 165 h. Of...
[The semidiurnal and diurnal tidal oscillation systems of the open ocean are meanwhile well known. This is due to many improvements made during the last decades. On the one hand, missing physical effects were included, e.g. the LSA-effect (e.g. [1, 56]) and the parameterization of the internal...
[The objective of this study was to compute a large spectrum of free oscillations of a linear, barotropic, one degree global ocean model with explicit consideration of dissipative terms and the full LSA-effect. Concerning the LSA-effect in tides qualitative results are available for quite some...
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