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  • Highly resolved pressure measurements on the seafloor over New Jersey’s continental shelf reveal the pressure signature of nonlinear internal waves of depression as negative pressure perturbations. The sign of the perturbation is determined by the dominance of the internal hydrostatic pressure (p⁰Wh) due to isopycnal displacement over the contributions of external hydrostatic pressure (ρ₀gηH; ηH is surface displacement) and nonhydrostatic pressure (p₀nh), each of opposite sign to p⁰Wh. This measurement represents experimental confirmation of the wave-induced pressure signal inferred in a previous study by Moum and Smyth.
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