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Wind caused by cold air flowing down slopes due to gravitational acceleration.
A cay, esp. one of the low, insular banks of sand, coral, and limestone off the southern coast of Florida.
The dynamic viscosity divided by the fluid density.
In a progressive oscillatory wave, a summation of the energy of motion of the particles within the wave.
A submerged elevation of rounded shape rising less than 1000 meters from the ocean floor and of limited extent
across the summit. Compare SEAMOUNT.
The unit of speed used in navigation equal to 1 nautical mile (6,076.115 ft or 1,852 m) per hour.
Appendix A Glossary of Coastal Terminology