wave forecasting

wave forecasting

[′wāv ′fȯr‚kast·iŋ]
(oceanography)
The theoretical determination of future wave characteristics based on observed or forecasted meteorological phenomena.
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The data transmitted from the buoy will be used to generate real time, high resolution weather and wave forecasting for the Halifax Port Authority that will help keep mariners safe.
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