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1 Waves Special Announcement for Interested Students TakeNote ® Supplemental Lecture Notes, a service at Cornell since 1985, IS AVAILABLE FOR THIS COURSE ! Subscribe Today at: The Cornell Store ( Cornell Card It! ) @ the first floor registers CollegeTown Video (103 Dryden Rd.) www.tnote.com ±For more information, call 277-1892 or email [email protected] TakeNote ® : The Supplemental Lecture Notes Service at Cornel University
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2 Outline • Why Study Waves • Some Definitions • Basic Concepts of Shallow-Water and Deep-Water Waves – Wave Propagation of Energy and Mass – Wave Dispersion and Refraction • Longshore Transport • Breaking Waves: Plunging and Spilling • Winter and Summer Beach Profiles • Rip Currents Why Study Waves? Wave Prediction and Shipping
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3 Wave Prediction and Construction of Coastal Structures Wave Prediction and Construction of Off-Shore Structures Wave-Induced Beach Erosion and Sediment Transport
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4 Wave Prediction and Recreation Fundamental Principles Wave Parameters
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This note was uploaded on 09/28/2008 for the course EAS 1540 taught by Professor Monger during the Fall '07 term at Cornell.

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