Physical Oceanography

, Volume 7, Issue 5, pp 369–372 | Cite as

Application of the data filtration algorithm in reconstructing the structure of trapped waves over the Crimean shelf

  • S. V. Kochergin
  • A. E. Yankovsky
Analysis of Observations and Methods of Calculating Oceanic Hydrophysical Fields


The data collected in the course of a local dynamic experiment near the Crimean shore during the summer of 1991 are interpreted, using the filtration algorithm based on variation principles. As a result, the ratio between the mode amplitudes of the long-shore velocity structure has been obtained, which is consistent with the physical views about shelf water dynamics.


Phase Velocity Mode Amplitude Lower Mode Bottom Topography Depth Level 
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  • S. V. Kochergin
  • A. E. Yankovsky

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