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Unformatted text preview: ide and sandy If you were watching waves from the shore and coun7ng the seconds between one crest to the next, what would you be measuring? a)  b)  c)  d)  e)  Wave height Wavelength Wave period Wave energy Wave speed How would you spot a rip- current from the shore? a)  b)  c)  d)  e)  You could look for an area where waves are moving towards the shore You could look for an area where waves are moving quickly away from shore You could look for an area of intense breaking waves You could look for an area of calm surrounded by breaking waves Rip currents are not visible from the shore Weather, Thunderstorms and Tornadoes EARTHSS17 Catastrophes Lecture 19 Feb 25 2013 Weather Climate = Long- term Mean §༊  CondiAons of atmo...
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