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comparison of wind-generated waves and boat-generated waves on Broadland rivers

C. E. Vincent

comparison of wind-generated waves and boat-generated waves on Broadland rivers

by C. E. Vincent

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Published by Broads Authority in Norwich .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Cover title: Boat wash study addendum to BARS 12 October 1988.

Statementa report produced for the Broads Authority by Christopher E Vincent.
SeriesBARS -- 12B
ContributionsBroads Authority.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19644813M


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Comparison of wind-generated waves and boat-generated waves on Broadland rivers by C. E. Vincent Download PDF EPUB FB2

It is, however, known that wind-generated waves, which are typically smaller and of lesser energy than many boat-generated waves, are important in determining the distribution and abundance of. The experiment used a series of electromagnetic current meters and optical back-scatterance sensors to measure the dynamics of boat generated waves and the sediment suspended from a boat passage.

They found that close to the shore in water depths of approximately m, sediment suspension was well-correlated to the waves from the boat wake. It is, however, known that wind-generated waves, which are typically smaller and of lesser energy than many boat-generated waves, are important in determining the distribution and abundance of.

The experiment used a series of electromagnetic current meters and optical back-scatterance sensors to measure the dynamics of boat generated waves and the sediment suspended from a boat passage.

They found that close to the shore in water depths of approximately m, sediment suspension was well-correlated to the waves from the boat wake.