Wave Statistics from Hurricane Dora (Coastal Engineering Conference in Santa Barbara, California, October 1965)by J. Ian Collins,
Serial Information: Journal of the Waterways and Harbors Division, 1967, Vol. 93, Issue 2, Pg. 59-78
Document Type: Journal Paper
Detailed statistical investigations of observed waves at Panama City, Fla., during Hurricane Dora are presented. Some of the effects of nonlinearities are shown, and correlation of ordinary wave statistics such as heights and periods with wave spectra are attempted. A method of estimating the wave spectrum from significant wave height and mean wave period is proposed and investigated. The derivation of significant wave height and wave period from the spectrum is shown.
Subject Headings: Coastal engineering | Statistics | Hurricanes and typhoons | Wave spectrum | Ocean waves | Wave height | Nonlinear response | Developing countries | Urban areas | Nonlinear waves | North America | California | United States | Panama City
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