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Waves and the Coastline

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Devon Morrison

on 29 January 2013

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Transcript of Waves and the Coastline

Waves and the Coastline Devon, Donovan, toni Breakers The height of waves change as they approach the coastline. As the wave moves into shallow water the wave slows. The top of the wave continues at a constant speed and gets father and father away from the base of the wave making the wave topple over Refraction When a wave reaches shallow water the wave bends this bend is called a refraction. Refraction is the process in which ocean waves bend toward the coastline.
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