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ISBN: 9781305254282

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Chapter 10, Problem 2TC
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How do particles move in an ocean wave? How is that movement similar to or different from the movement of particles in a wave in a spring or a rope? How does this relate to a stadium wave—a waveform made by sports fans in a circular arena?

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Chapter 10 Solutions

Oceanography: An Invitation To Marine Science, Loose-leaf Versin
Ch. 10.4 - How are wind waves formed? Whats a fetch?Ch. 10.4 - How does the wavelength of a wind wave affect its...Ch. 10.4 - What is a fully developed sea?Ch. 10.4 - How is group velocity different from the velocity...Ch. 10.5 - Can constructive or destructive interference ever...Ch. 10.5 - Whats a rogue wave? Are rogue waves potentially...Ch. 10.6 - Why is the southern tip of South Africa such a...Ch. 10.6 - What technical innovation made surfing waves of...Ch. 10.6 - When does a wind wave become a shallow-water wave...Ch. 10.6 - What factors influence the breaking of a wind...Ch. 10.6 - What might cause waves approaching a shore at an...Ch. 10.7 - Are the wave speed and period of an internal wave...Ch. 10.7 - Are internal waves dangerous?Ch. 10.8 - Is there really any such thing as a true tidal...Ch. 10.9 - What causes a storm surge? Why is a storm surge so...Ch. 10.9 - Can a storm surge be predicted?Ch. 10.10 - Lake Michigan is long and narrow and trends...Ch. 10.10 - What would a standing wave look like in a...Ch. 10.10 - Is a seiche dangerous?Ch. 10.11 - How long would it take for a tsunami to travel...Ch. 10.11 - What causes tsunami? Do all geological...Ch. 10.11 - How fast does a tsunami move?Ch. 10.11 - Is a tsunami a shallow-water wave or a deep-water...Ch. 10.11 - What is the wave height of a typical tsunami away...Ch. 10.11 - Does a tsunami come ashore as a single wave? A...Ch. 10.11 - What caused the most destructive tsunami in recent...Ch. 10.11 - How might one detect and warn against tsunami?Ch. 10 - Though they move across the deepest ocean basins,...Ch. 10 - How do particles move in an ocean wave? How is...Ch. 10 - What is the general relationship between...Ch. 10 - How can a rogue wave be larger than the...Ch. 10 - How is a progressive wave different from a...Ch. 10 - How can large waves generated by a distant storm...

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