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A swell, also sometimes referred to as ground swell, in the context of an ocean, sea or lake, is a series of mechanical waves that propagate along the interface between water and air under the predominating influence of gravity, and thus are often referred to as surface gravity waves. Wikipedia
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Other articles where swell wave is discussed: wave: Wind waves and swell: Wind waves are the wind-generated gravity waves. ...
A swell is a series of mechanical or surface gravity waves generated by distant weather systems that propagate thousands of miles across oceans and seas.
Swell Wave Surface gravity waves on the ocean that are not growing or being sustained any longer by the wind. Generated by the wind some distance away and ...
Wave and swell are the two major sea state observations reported routinely by voluntary observing ships (VOS) at sea. Waves are raised by winds blowing ...
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Swell waves are the regular, longer period waves generated by distant weather systems. They may travel over thousands of kilometres. There may be several sets ...