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Atmospheric Gravity Wave Production for the Australian Total Solar Eclipse of 23 October 1976

SM Ball

Australian Journal of Physics 32(3) 287 - 288
Published: 1979

Abstract

Calculations are presented which suggest that internal gravity waves generated by the 23 October 1976 total solar eclipse would have come to a focus in a region well north of Australia, and also in Antarctica. No evidence is found for a focus in Western Australia, as suggested by Beer et al. (1976).



Full text doi:10.1071/PH790287

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