Wind Waves: Their Generation and Propagation on the Ocean Surface
Classic study offers extended discussion of the data requirements and details of power spectral analysis required to make the wave revolution intelligible. Enhanced and clarified by 270 figures and illustrations, the text outlines the nature of waves and wave processes and methods of measurement and classification. 40 black-and-white photographs. 213 figures. 17 tables.
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