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Do multiple peaks in the Radon Transform of westward propagating sea surface height anomalies correspond to higher order Rossby wave Baroclinic modes?

Maharaj, A.M.; Cipollini, P.; Holbrook, N.J.. 2004 Do multiple peaks in the Radon Transform of westward propagating sea surface height anomalies correspond to higher order Rossby wave Baroclinic modes? In: 13th AMS Conference on Satellite Meteorology and Oceanography, Norfolk VA, USA 20-23 Sep 2004, extended abstracts. Boston MA, USA, American Meteorological Society, P6.24(7pp).

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Abstract/Summary

This study examines the presence of multiple peaks from 2 dimensional Fourier and Radon Transform analysis for the entire South Pacific basin from 10 years of sea level anomalies determined from ERS (European Remote Sensing satellite) and T/P altimeter observations and attempts to determine whether their speeds resemble those of higher order baroclinic Rossby wave modes.

Item Type: Publication - Book Section
Additional Keywords: altimetry, planetary wave, rossby wave, topography, Radon Transform
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Date made live: 01 Jul 2005 +0 (UTC)
URI: http://nora.nerc.ac.uk/id/eprint/115874

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