In the open ocean, what's the difference b/t a packet of deep water waves and a packet of shallow water waves?
Behavioural differences? Characteristic differences? Maybe the freqency and wave number?
- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
Shallow, usually rougher and the frequency is often shorter (more waves in a certain distance than long frequency.
Deep, more calm and longer frequency (fewer waves in a certain distance.
- shumwayLv 44 years ago
pay attention to those adult males and take surf classes. For the checklist, I take my pupils out and we capture unbroken waves. we don't capture the crappy and bumpy whitewater waves. i've got seen maximum of cases people have their friends attempt and coach them and that they've not got any clue what they're doing accessible. They tell their friends to paddle for a wave and that they only provide up on them and capture their own waves. choose a surf instructor that is conscious precisely what they're doing.