Paths of the East Australian Current are calculated, employing the assumption that changes in the total cross-stream vorticity due to path curvature are balanced by changes in the planetary vorticity and vortex stretching. With reasonable assumptions for the velocity structure, the resulting paths follow the continental slope for the whole known length of the current and then gradually move into deeper water....
Godfrey, J. S., and A. R. Robinson. 1971. "The East Australian Current as a free inertial jet." Journal of Marine Research 29, (3). https://elischolar.library.yale.edu/journal_of_marine_research/1218