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Dissecting the ocean's unseen waves to learn where the heat, energy and nutrients go
The first 'cradle-to-grave' model of internal waves, which are subsurface ocean displacements recognized as essential to the distribution of nutrients and heat, has been published by scientists. The researchers modeled the internal waves that move through the Luzon Strait between southern Taiwan and the Philippine island of Luzon. Ads from Inoreader:Remove ads • Advertise with Inoreader