TeachMeFinance.com - explain Combined Seas
Combined Seas The term 'Combined Seas' as it applies to the area of the weather can be defined as ' Generally referred to as SEAS. Used to describe the combination or interaction of wind waves and swells in which the separate components are not distinguished. This includes the case when swell is negligible or is not considered in describing sea state. Specifically, Seas2 = S2+W2 where S is the height of all swell components and W is the height of the wind wave components. When used, SEAS should be considered as being the same as the significant wave height. '.
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