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7 Avalanche An outer reef break that lies about 400 yards beyond the Haleiwa surf zone 8 Kind of out far enough Thinking you're in a good position to negotiate a wave 9 Closeout When a wave breaks in a wall of whitewater and isn't surfable 10 Scratching for the beach Paddling frantically for shore to escape the wave impact 11 Threw my board To dive off the board and under a wave too big to dip your surfboard through; usually a last resort 12 Annihilated His risk taking in #9 didn't work out as well as he anticipated.
It's a surf zone with several public accesses that features one of the deepest troughs of any of the beaches in East Central Florida.
Coastal scientists, engineers, forecast meteorologists, lifeguard chiefs, and other contributors discuss such aspects as predicting rip currents at Ocean City in Maryland, rip currents and waves as surf zone hazards, applying remote sensing to rip current forecasts and identification, the effectiveness of Panama City's beach safety program, rip currents in the Great Lakes, rip current hazards on large-tidal beaches in Britain, and tracing sand movements in strong Japanese rip currents.
The Beach and Surf zones contain the higher HM grades.
Elgar's study environment has been compared with working in a washing machine: He works in the surf zone, investigating how waves and currents change the shape of the seafloor in shallow water.
[FIGURE 1 OMITTED] [FIGURE 2 OMITTED] We are specifically interested in the relative magnitude of the longshore sediment transport in the surf zone caused by wind waves and vessel wakes.
After setting out the context and preparatory measures, he discusses such topics as providing a stable work base within the surf zone, placing outfalls under protected sites or obstructions, creating tunnel outfalls and their risers, selected polyethylene outfalls, and difficult or impossible outfalls.
Cyclone Nargis also scoured several drinking water wells, leaving them in the beach surf zone - and depriving survivors of safe water supplies.