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Long time localization of modified surface quasi-geostrophic equations

  • * Corresponding author: Guido Cavallaro

    * Corresponding author: Guido Cavallaro 
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  • We discuss the time evolution of a two-dimensional active scalar flow, which extends some properties valid for a two-dimensional incompressible nonviscous fluid. In particular we study some characteristics of the dynamics when the field is initially concentrated in $ N $ small disjoint regions, and we discuss the conservation in time of this localization property. We discuss also how long this localization persists, showing that in some cases this happens for quite long times.

    Mathematics Subject Classification: Primary: 76B47, 76M23; Secondary: 37C10, 86A99.

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