Exceedance frequency of appearance of the extreme internal waves in the World Ocean

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<p><strong>Abstract.</strong> Statistical estimates of internal waves in different regions of the World Ocean are discussed. It is found that the observed exceedance probability of large-amplitude internal waves in most cases can be described by the Poisson law, which is one of the typical laws of extreme statistics. Detailed analysis of the statistical properties of internal waves in several regions of the World Ocean has been performed: tropical part of the Atlantic Ocean, northwestern shelf of Australia, the Mediterranean Sea near the Egyptian coast, and the Yellow Sea.</p>

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Talipova, T., Pelinovsky, E., Kurkina, O., Giniyatullin, A., & Kurkin, A. (2018). Exceedance frequency of appearance of the extreme internal waves in the World Ocean. Nonlinear Processes in Geophysics, 25(3), 511–519. https://doi.org/10.5194/npg-25-511-2018

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