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1993A Hypothesis on Momentum and Heat Transfer near the Sea-Atmosphere Interface and a Related Simple ModelEIFLER WalterArticles in Journals
1996A lagrangian Model of the Phytoplankton Dynamics in the Mauritanian Upwelling ZoneGABRIC A.; EIFLER WalterArticles in Journals
1999Model Phase Portraits of a Sediment-Stratified Oceanic Bottom Layer.KAGAN Boris; SCHRIMPF Wolfram; EIFLER WalterArticles in Journals
2002Modelling of Convective Turbulence with a 2-Equation K-epsilon Turbulence Closure Scheme.STIPS Adolf; BURCHARD Hans; BOLDING KRISTENSEN Karsten; EIFLER WalterArticles in Journals
2001Modelling the Thermal Surface Signature of Wave Breaking.EIFLER Walter; DONLON CraigArticles in Journals
1990Numerical Verification Exercises with Different Computer Models for Simulating Sea Circulation Pattern. The Vertical Diffusion of Momentum in a Forced Barotropic SeaEIFLER Walter; SCHRIMPF WolframEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
1993Offshore Export of Shelf Production in the Cape Blanc (Mauritania) Giant Filament as Derived from CZCS ImageryEIFLER Walter; SCHRIMPF Wolfram; NYKJAER Leo; VAN CAMP GodelieveArticles in Journals
1995Universal Structure of the Sediment Bottom Logarithmic LayerEIFLER WalterContributions to Conferences
1995Universal Structure of the Sediment-Stratified Bottom Logarithmic LayerKAGAN Boris; EIFLER WalterArticles in Journals
1997The Vertical Structure of a Sediment-Stratified Turbolent Flow of Finite DepthEIFLER WalterArticles in Journals
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