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More on MHL graphic

After using the information at least once a day since January 2013 I can tell you how good this graphic is.
Good!

new.mhl.nsw.gov.au/.../wave/syddow_dirspec.png
I can now look at surf and visualise what that surf would look like as a DirSpec (directional spectrum).
More importantly I can do the opposite.
So why not extend its use to forecasting?
Let us know if you find a forecast expressed this way..

1 comment:

  1. The waverider buoy is 10kms due east of Dee Why point in 100 metres of water.

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Surf Forecasts

Global swells explained:
ssurfings.blogspot.com/p/global-swell-animations..
With these graphics you can see where the surf is being generated and how it is moving across the oceans.
Also have a look at
Stormsurf on YouTube

Related sites:

makesurf.net
aka. makesurf.wordpress.com - Artificial surfing reefs, etc..
bruce-white.blogspot.com/ - Bruce's personal blog.

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