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Waves and Beaches
Title: Waves and Beaches. Authors: Bascom, W. Affiliation: Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada. Publication: American Journal of Physics, ...
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Waves and Beaches. The dynamics of the ocean surface. Willard ...
Waves and Beaches. The dynamics of the ocean surface. Willard Bascom. Doubleday, Garden City, NY, 1964. xii+ 268 pp. Illus. Paper,$ 1.45. PC Fraley ...
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Waves and Refraction, beach processes
09/11/02Date of Last Update. Hit Counter Hit Counter. These Notes Still Under Construction! 1998 Was The Year of the Oceans! ...
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6, Willard Bascom, Waves and beaches: The dynamics of the ocean surface, 010026, 1964, Book, 0. 7, ca Coulson, Waves: A mathematical account of the common ...
Nauticus - Beaches
NAUTICUS inspires and educates with engaging & interactive experiences that celebrate our connections with today's maritime world
Waves and Beaches: The Dynamics of the Ocean Surface. No review or summary avaiable. (ISBN: 0385148445). Book Availability:. This book is out of print, ...
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"Required" Reading for Surf Operations
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Waves and Beaches: The Dynamics of the Ocean Surface, Anchor Press/Doubleday, Garden City, New York, 1980. Earle, Sylvia A. Sea Change: A Message of the ...
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Waves and beaches; the dynamics of the ocean surface. 1964. 525.6 C246k Carter. Kingdom of the tides. 1966. 551.6 CAVIEDE Caviedes. ...
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Beach. A beach is a geological formation consisting of loose rock particles such as sand, shingle, or cobble along the shoreline of a body of water. ...
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