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The Impact of Boundary Conditions on the Upstream Spreading of Bottom-Trapped Plumes Public Deposited

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  • This study shows that simulations of bottom-trapped plumes in periodic or closed domains generate a spurious cyclonic current that arrests the natural tendency of the plume to move upstream. Furthermore, it also shows that attempts to obstruct the upstream spreading lead to a bias of the fundamental characteristics of the plume.
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  • Matano, R. P., & Palma, E. D. (2013). The impact of boundary conditions on the upstream spreading of bottom-trapped plumes. Journal of Physical Oceanography, 43(5), 1060-1069. doi:10.1175/JPO-D-12-0116.1
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  • R. P. Matano acknowledges the financial support of the National Science Foundation through Grant OCE-0928348 and NASA through Grants NNX12AF67G and NNX08AR40G. E. D Palma acknowledges the financial support from CONICET (PIP09-112-200801), Agencia Nacional de Promoci on Cient ıfica y Tecnol ogica (PICT08–1874), Universidad Nacional del Sur (24F044), and MINCyT/ CONAE (001).
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