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Why the Euler scheme in particle tracking is not enough: the shallow-sea pycnocline test case

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Bibliographic reference Gräwe, Ulf ; Deleersnijder, Eric ; Shah, S.H.A.M. ; Heemink, Arnold. Why the Euler scheme in particle tracking is not enough: the shallow-sea pycnocline test case. In: Ocean Dynamics : theoretical, computational oceanography and monitoring, Vol. 62, p. 501-514
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