Some publications have been translated into posters, which casual readers might find more enjoyable. See the Presentations section to find out where each poster was presented.


  1. Farrell, J. H., N. Grisouard, T. Scaffidi. Terahertz Radiation from the Dyakonov-Shur Instability of Hydrodynamic Electrons in a Corbino Geometry. Under revisions for Physical Review B (arXiv).

Published or accepted:

  1. Zemskova, V. E., T-L. He, Z. Wan and N. GrisouardA deep-learning estimate of the decadal trends in the Southern Ocean carbon storage. Nature Communications, 13(1):4056, 2022 (EarthArXiv | open-access doi).
  2. Wang, H., N. Grisouard, H. Salehipour, A. Nuz, M. Poon, A.L.S. Ponte. A deep learning approach to extract internal tides scattered by geostrophic turbulence. Geophysical Research Letters, 49:e2022GL099400, 2022 (ESSOAr | doi | shareable).
  3. Zemskova, V. E. and N. GrisouardEnergetics and mixing of stratified, rotating flow over abyssal hills. Journal of Physical Oceanography, 52(6):1155-1177, 2022 (EarthArXiv doi).
  4. Zemskova, V. E. and N. GrisouardNear-inertial dissipation due to stratified flow over abyssal topography. Journal of Physical Oceanography, 51(8):2483–2504, 2021. (EarthArXiv | doi).
  5. Grisouard, N. and V. E. Zemskova. Ekman-Inertial Instability. Physical Review Fluids, 5:1244802, 2020 (EarthArXiv | doi).
  6. Nelson, A. D., B. K. Arbic, D. Menemenlis, W. R. Peltier, M. H. Alford, N. Grisouard and J. M. Klymak. Improved Internal Wave Spectral Continuum in a Regional Ocean Model. Journal of Geophysics Research: Oceans, 125:e2019JC015974, 2020 (pdf | doi).
  7. Grisouard, N. Extraction of Available Potential Energy from Geostrophic Fronts by Inertial-Symmetric Instabilities. Journal of Physical Oceanography, 48(5):1033-1051, 2018. (pdf† | doi poster)
  8. Grisouard, N. and L. N. Thomas. Energy exchanges between density fronts and near-inertial waves reflecting off the ocean surface. Journal of Physical Oceanography, 46(2):501–516, 2016. (pdf† | doi | poster).
  9. Grisouard, N. and L. N. Thomas. Critical and near-critical reflections of near-inertial waves off the sea surface at ocean fronts. Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 765:273-302, 2015. (pdf* | doi | poster)
  10. Nikurashin, M., R. Ferrari, N. Grisouard and K. L. Polzin. The impact of finite amplitude bottom topography on internal wave generation in the Southern Ocean. Journal of Physical Oceanography, 44:2938-2950, 2014. (pdf† | doi)
  11. Grisouard, N., M. Leclair, L. Gostiaux and C. Staquet. Large scale energy transfer from an internal gravity wave reflecting on a simple slope. Procedia IUTAM, 8:119-128, 2013. (pdf | doi)
  12. Bühler, O., N. Grisouard and M. Holmes-Cerfon. Strong particle dispersion induced by weakly dissipative random internal waves. Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 719:R4, 2013. (pdf* | doi)
  13. Grisouard, N. and O. Bühler. Forcing of oceanic mean flows by dissipating internal tides. Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 708:250-278, 2012. (pdf* | doi | poster)
  14. Grisouard, N., C. Staquet and T. Gerkema. Generation of internal solitary waves in a pycnocline by an internal wave beam: a numerical study. Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 676:491-513, 2011. (pdf* | doi | poster)
  15. Hazewinkel, J., N. Grisouard and S.B. Dalziel. Comparison of laboratory and numerically observed scalar fields of an internal wave attractor. European Journal of Mechanics B/Fluids, 30(1):51-56, 2011. (, damn you Elsevier! | doi)
  16. Grisouard, N. and C. Staquet. Numerical simulations of the local generation of internal solitary waves in the Bay of Biscay. Nonlin. Processes Geophys., 17:575-584, 2010. (doi, open access)
  17. Grisouard, N., C. Staquet and I. Pairaud. Numerical simulation of a two-dimensional internal wave attractor. Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 614:1-14, 2008. (pdf* | doi | poster)


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