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NOAA - Australia & NZ

The sea between Australia and New Zealand is affectionately known as "the ditch".
It gets the southern winter swells from the Southern Ocean and these wrap nicely onto the east coast of Australia but they blast the west coast of New Zealand.

See the approaching swell for this area, select the Global model at:
polar.ncep.noaa.gov/waves

(1) Select the Global model then the region from the drop down list.

(2) Surfers will want either the significant wave height, or
(3) the Primary Swell Period (how far the wave has travelled and the power of the wave).
Tip: Bookmark the page and try the different combinations at different times.




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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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