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We discuss the influence of stability structure on mountain waves in two parts. First, we consider effects that can be treated with linear theory, particularly tuned and detuned atmospheres. This discussion is kept brief because the development of these ideas predates the domain of this review. Second, the influence of nonlinearity in structured atmospheres is considered. 1. Linear Mountain Wave Theory in Structured Atmospheres There is no difficulty in principle in obtaining linear theory solutions for mountain waves in structured atmospheres.
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