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Introduction

The paper by Mellor (2003, hereafter M03) generally had a useful approach to the derivation of vertically dependent, coupled wave–current equations, including the final form of the continuity equation [(50)], the momentum equation [(51a)], and the wave energy equation [(52a)]. However, the details of the wave radiation stress, although they agree with the vertically integrated classical result, have since been found to be in error; the error is predominantly related to the treatment of wave pressure. A new paper, Mellor (2011), should be instructional—the basis of Stokes drift is examined—and helpful in

Introduction

The paper by Mellor (2003, hereafter M03) generally had a useful approach to the derivation of vertically dependent, coupled wave–current equations, including the final form of the continuity equation [(50)], the momentum equation [(51a)], and the wave energy equation [(52a)]. However, the details of the wave radiation stress, although they agree with the vertically integrated classical result, have since been found to be in error; the error is predominantly related to the treatment of wave pressure. A new paper, Mellor (2011), should be instructional—the basis of Stokes drift is examined—and helpful in

Corresponding author address: George Mellor, Program in Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences, Princeton University, P.O. Box CN710, Sayre Hall, Princeton, NJ 09544-0710. E-mail: glmellor@princeton.edu
Introduction

The paper by Mellor (2003, hereafter M03) generally had a useful approach to the derivation of vertically dependent, coupled wave–current equations, including the final form of the continuity equation [(50)], the momentum equation [(51a)], and the wave energy equation [(52a)]. However, the details of the wave radiation stress, although they agree with the vertically integrated classical result, have since been found to be in error; the error is predominantly related to the treatment of wave pressure. A new paper, Mellor (2011), should be instructional—the basis of Stokes drift is examined—and helpful in

Introduction

The paper by Mellor (2003, hereafter M03) generally had a useful approach to the derivation of vertically dependent, coupled wave–current equations, including the final form of the continuity equation [(50)], the momentum equation [(51a)], and the wave energy equation [(52a)]. However, the details of the wave radiation stress, although they agree with the vertically integrated classical result, have since been found to be in error; the error is predominantly related to the treatment of wave pressure. A new paper, Mellor (2011), should be instructional—the basis of Stokes drift is examined—and helpful in

Corresponding author address: George Mellor, Program in Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences, Princeton University, P.O. Box CN710, Sayre Hall, Princeton, NJ 09544-0710. E-mail: glmellor@princeton.edu
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