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Exulton-like solution and two phase of collapse of an intrusive lens

Author Yurova A. A.
Pages 39-43
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Keywords nonlinear Schrodinger equation, exulton, intrathermocline eddies.
Abstract (summary) We show that it is possible to use the exulton-like solutions of the nonlinear Schrődinger equation to simulation of the evolution of frontal vortical zone of an intrathermocline eddies in the process of its collapse.
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