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On isolated vorticity regions beneath the water surface

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  • We present a class of vorticity functions that will allow for isolated, circular vorticity regions in the background of still water, preceding the arrival of waves at the shoreline.
    Mathematics Subject Classification: Primary: 37E35; Secondary: 37E45, 76B15, 76B47.


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